Aniseed Myrtle essential oils or Backhousia anisata
100% pure essential oil , Rare Australian Native Essential Oil.
CONSERVATION STATUS: 2Rca: 2- The species have a natural range of less than 100 km R – it is rare c – it is conserved in a reserve a – it is considered ‘adequately conserved’- i.e. there are 1000 plants or more within the reserve.
The plant thrives under these OPTIMUM CONDITIONS, which is why we anticipate that future research will determine Bellinger Valley Aniseed Myrtle oil to be not only sweeter and more robust, but also to contain a NATURAL SYNERGISTIC COMPLEX of organic compounds that cannot be replicated outside of the Valley.
Aniseed Myrtle potential applications: The plant, rich in anethole, is considered to be:
• sedative and a
• stimulant in cough medicines.
• gastro stimulant
Here is some feedback from Austraroma customer*: I had the flu with an exhaustive, sleepless and painful dry cough… A few drops of Aniseed Myrtle on my pillow made a huge difference – the coughing stopped within a minute, and I slept well till the morning. I repeated this procedure next day, inhaling Aniseed Myrtle and rubbing my chest with undiluted Blue Cypress – the flu symptoms and bronchitis disappeared within a few days and there was no need for antibiotics. Actually I found this oil much more effective than, say, Aniseed or Star Anise.
* Please note: Aniseed Myrtle essential oil has not been evaluated by the Therapeutic Goods Administration. Anecdotal evidence reports cannot be considered as therapeutic advice to treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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PRODUCT NAME: ANISEED MYRTLE OIL
Common name: Aniseed Myrtle
Botanical name: Backhousia Anisata
100% pure essential oil
Country of origin: Australia
Method – Area Normalisation based on ISO 4730
Chemical data (typical analysis)
Trans-E-anethole 73 – 88%
aromatic ether Methyl chavicol 7 – 22%
aromatic ether Aromatic ethers are known to have bactericidal properties that stimulate the nervous and immune systems. They may cause skin irritation in some individuals. Minor components: 1,8 Cineole 1%
oxide Phellandrene 1%
terpene Other minor components occur in amounts of 0.1% or less, and are mainly terpenes: thujee, myrcene, limonene, terpinolene, cymene, pinene and terpinene.