Essential Oil of New Zealand



Data provided here is for educational use only and is not to be used for medical diagnoses of an illness or treatment. When researching herbs and essential oils always use the botanical name to correctly identify the plant used.

  • Seek professional guidance prior to using on babies or young children

  • Seek professional guidance prior to using if pregnant

  • Can be narcotic when used to excess

  • Can cause skin irritation



Healing, revitalising



Oil of Aniseed

Used for:
Ache, athlete's foot, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, bed sores, blisters, boils, burns, cleaning, cold sores, cracked skin, dandruff, eczema, insect bites, headlice, muscle pain, ringworm, skin care, sunburn


You should personally visit a qualified health professional prior to using any essential oil as many have significant side effects which could be life threatening or fatal.




10ml bottle




Botanical Name:
Leptospermum scoparium

Plant Part:

Leaves and stems

Extraction Method:
Steam distillation