1 Litre Ourons Aniseed Spice Oil, for fishing, farming, hunting, budgies and shooting sports.
Aniseed Oil for Fishing Baits
This aniseed oil has a strong aniseed aroma. Whilst it also contains other spices, this does not detract from the main aniseed aroma. Include into your mixes at a inclusion rate of no more than 6/8 ml per pound of dry mix.
This has been tried and tested for well over 16 months of constant fishing for various types of fish and carp, bream and roach were the main quarry. This is also suitable to be injected into dead fish, for the elusive pike, as I have done on Loch Ken in Scotland.
Success was obtained for all species of fish, including quite large carp. I have also used this to make small pea sized boilies, sticking them together with super glue then using them on a hair rig. (Try making Paste ) Then make sure you seal it well before placing in the freezer for the next day!
This oil has been a firm favourite for many years because of its unforgettable strong aroma, it smells like the aniseed balls we used to buy when we were small children from the corner sweet shop.
Aniseed Oil For Hunting Sports
The aroma of aniseed has long been used in hunting and shooting sports. Deer, pheasant and pigeons for example are well attracted to the strong aniseed aroma. Depending on your sport and usage it can be helpful to also purchase with a quantity of our pure aniseed powder for extra oopmh in your chosen holding area.
Aniseed Oil for Budgies
Suitable for Budgies
I have been lucky enough to gain a review for this aniseed oil from a breeder of Exhibition Budgies.
It reads :
As a breeder of Exhibition Budgies, i'm keen to provide a diet that is not only quality but varied to keep them in the best condition, for breeding and exhibiting.
i have used this product for a short time now but have already noticed a considerable difference in the way in which the birds them selves are feeding, the noticeable differences are the eagerness and willingness to feed upon new items added to their diets to which previously could have taken a few days.
i believe this is Mainly down to the attractant properties of the use of aniseed its self to birds but i have personally seen the difference
I am currently using the product on 2 variations of food which is provided daily to my birds which are as follow:
- Fresh wet food, Mix of grated vegetables and fruits seasonally selected with the addition of groats and dry egg food, i add 5 ml per kilo of feed to which this is fed on a daily basis.
Secondly i have added this to a dry mix of my own version of tonic seed, which is a mixture of high nutrient and good fatty seeds. i have added the product at a volume of 20 ml per kilo of feed and this is fed within finger draws on a daily basis also.
the product its self not only smells good as you'd expect from the aroma of aniseed but also feels good, the oil carrier isn't sticky but have found it complements the types of feed i am currently offering.
Aniseed oil itself has many benefits to the keeping budgies and other bird alike helping with digestive health; its antimicrobial properties act against bacteria, yeast and fungi infections.
I will be watching closely in the coming months to monitor the improvement in my birds but as a start i can certainly say i am more than pleased with this product and will certainly be making recommendations to other fellow keepers in the immediate future