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Distilled from the seeds of organic sweet fennel, this oil is fresh, clean, and slightly spicy with notes of earth and anise.

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About Sweet Fennel Essential Oil

Slightly spicy and bearing characteristic fragrance notes of earth and anise, sweet fennel oil has earned a place in the cabinets of aromatherapists for thousands of years. Widely used since antiquity as a versatile and effective aromatic herb for easing digestive and respiratory congestion and discomfort, fennel oil can likewise be used for many similar purposes.

Sweet and herbaceous, sweet fennel oil has an affinity for soothing the body as well as the mind. The essential oil may be applied topically in dilution for these same purposes, or a few drops may be added to to warm bathwater. Fennel is an excellent addition to massage oils for rubbing into joints and areas that have been stress or overworked.

Fennel has a lovely aroma and has a place in your skin care routines. As it is both astringent and cleansing, it is helpful in addressing mature skin and in balancing dry or oily skin types. Fennel can be used on most skin types, as well as throughout the year on skin that has needs changing with the seasons. Fennel is also considered a beneficial oil for maintaining or promoting youthful skin and is also helpful when skin is troubled, for example in the case of reddened teenage skin.

Sweet fennel essential oil helps nourish and restore an optimal mind and outlook. It is believed to bring strength and courage in the face of adversity. With its versatile aroma, fennel can be added to many different diffuser formulas to boost their aromatic and aromatherapeutic benefits.

How to Use Sweet Fennel Essential Oil

Sweet fennel can be applied (diluted) topically or used in a compress, in the bath, through direct inhalation or used with a diffuser.

  • Add to massage oil and apply as needed to support feelings of well-being and comfort throughout the entire body including the joints.
  • Add several drops to bath water to boost strength to the body's vitality in times of sickness or upset.
  • Blend with unscented facial cream to enliven a dull complexion and to balance oily skin.
  • Diffuse sweet fennel to enhance your home, as well as to boost strength and courage. Fennel is a very mild yet effective essential oil. It shines in the diffuser as it has an incredibly delicious, cozy, fabulously heart-warming aromatic effect. The aroma enlivens the appetite, both for dinner as well as for life. This is a wonderful oil to diffuse while entertaining, particularly when blended with rose and orange, as it will bring cheer to your home and to your guests.

Sweet Fennel Essential Oil Recipes

Sweet Fennel Essential Oil Profile

Floracopeia's sweet fennel oil is steam-distilled from the seeds of organic Hungarian fennel.

Product Details

  • Botanical Name:Foeniculum vulgare
  • Family: Apiaceae/Umbelliferae
  • Composition: 100% Pure Sweet Fennel Essential Oil
  • Origin: Hungary
  • Method of Extraction: Steam Distillation
  • Cultivation/Harvesting: Certified Organic
  • Plant Part: Seeds
  • Color: Clear to pale yellow
  • Consistency:Thin
  • Yield: 2% - 4%
  • Bottle Size: ½ fl oz (15 mL)

Aromatic Profile and Blending of Sweet Fennel Essential Oil

Safety Considerations for Sweet Fennel Essential Oil

Sweet fennel oil is non-toxic and non-sensitizing. May cause mild skin irritation. Sweet fennel is often contraindicated during pregnancy, for breast-feeding mothers, and in cases of epilepsy and estrogen-linked cancers. Do not take sweet fennel essential oil internally.

Interesting Sweet Fennel Essential Oil Information

The name "fennel" comes from the Latin "foenum" or "hay." A popular herb with the ancient Chinese, Egyptians and Romans, many believed it conveyed longevity, courage, strength and that it could ward off spirits. It was a remedy for improving eyesight, for helping combat gas and bloating and for supporting healthy respiratory functions.

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