Sweet Annie Essential Oil

Sweet Annie Essential Oil


Sweet annie is native to northern Eurasia and is related to the famous absinthe wormwood. Traditional herbalists used sweet annie as a women's medicine to treat painful menstruation and ease childbirth. It was also employed in Chinese medicine to treat skin conditions, jaundice, and dysentery. Sweet annie stems and leaves are still used in China to make a spicy, slightly bitter salad that is considered a delicacy.

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Sweet Annie Essential Oil Profile

Botanical: Artemisia annua | Origin: Bulgaria | Method: Steam Distilled


Sweet annie essential oil is a yellow to brownish green liquid of medium consistency with a sweet, spicy anise-like aroma. It blends well with jasmine, lavender, oakmoss, and sweet orange oils.

Principal Constituents:

These are naturally occurring in the essential oil.

  • artemisinin

  • beta-caryophyllene

  • beta-selinene

  • camphor

  • germacrene

  • sesquiterpenes


Sweet annie may cause sensitization or contact dermatitis in sensitive people. Because sweet annie oil can suppress immune function, people on immunosuppressive drugs or with compromised immune systems should not use sweet annie oil. Women who are pregnant or nursing should not use sweet annie oil. 

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