Anise Star
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Product description

Anise essential oil is derived from the perennial herbal plant anise or aniseed (Pimpinella anisum). One of its primary uses is to promote digestive health. From loosening mucus to fighting various bacterial and fungal strains, anise oil offers many benefits to your health.


Anise Star 5 mL | SKU: ANIS-01-85

Anise Star 15 mL | SKU: ANIS-01-255

Anise Star Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 1 drop

Servings Per Container: 15mL = 255 / 5mL = 85


Dosing of Anise Star

Diffuse - Anise Star essential oil can be used in a diffuser or it can be dabbed under the nosed in order to inhale the scent to help ease symptoms of bronchitis, colds and the flu.

Physiology of Anise Star

Anise Star is well known for its positive effects on the digestive system including the ability to relieve flatulence and calm intestinal spasms. They can also be used for treating colic and dyspepsia (i.e. indigestion).

Anise oil also has antibacterial, antifungal, antioxidant, stimulant and expectorant properties. This is why anise oil is often used or added to medicine, such as cough syrups and lozenges. Anise essential oil also displays potent antioxidant action.

Uses of Anise Star:

  • Narcotic and sedative — can help ease epileptic and hysteric episodes.
  • Pain reliever — Provides relief for arthritic pain.
  • Antiseptic — used to clean wounds and help protect against infections.
  • Decongestant/expectorant — helps eliminate congestion in the respiratory tract.
  • Flavoring agent — used as a flavoring agent for food and beverages and an ingredient for salads and soups.
  • Food processing — Anise and anise oils are used in processed meats like pepperoni, pizza toppings, Italian sausage, and similar food products.
  • Breast milk production — has phytoestrogen properties
  • Libido enhancer — used in ancient times as a sex driver enhancer and as an aphrodisiac
  • Natural head lice remover — like coconut oil, anise oil is a safer alternative to chemical lice treatments
  • Insecticide — the oil is toxic to insects
  • For oral health — Added to toothpaste, mouthwashes, and syrups
  • Fragrance — Added to soaps, detergents, lotions, and skin creams

When applied to wounds and bruises, anise oil can also help speed up healing and provide a protective layer to prevent infections.



Side Effects Anise Star

Anise Star oil can cause allergic reactions in some people. Individuals with any type of skin condition should avoid using this oil. Avoid this oil if you have allergies to pollen, celery, or carrots. It can take 1 to 5 milliliters of anise star oil to cause nausea, vomiting, seizures and pulmonary edema.

Immediately call your doctor if you experience any of these side effects upon the use of oil of anise:

Any allergic reaction

Mouth or lip inflammation

Nausea, vomiting, or seizures

Skin irritation


Nutritional supplements are classified as a food by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Supplements do not require the same rigorous testing, review and approval that drugs are required to go through. Therefore, the statements contained in this document regarding Anise Star have not been reviewed and approved by the FDA. However, significant research has been done on this product by many universities, public and private business. We at 5-Point Wellness, LLC desire to share information about Anise Star, in order to educate our clientele to make well informed decisions for themselves.

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