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Fennel has been a long culinary companion for most of us, but did you know it also has several medicinal properties? Its cultivation is not reduced to a particular area, and can be found in many regions including Europe, Asia, North American and Australia.
Fennel contains anethole, which could explain its medicinal effects:
- Fennel tea, made by pouring boiling water on bruised fennel seeds, has been used throughout history to help indigestion, reduce infant bloating and to improve the lymphatic system.
- The tea can also be used as a breath freshener and applied as an eye wash.
- Ancients also used syrup made from fennel juice to alleviate chronic cough and fed fennel tea to nursing mothers to increase the flow of milk.
- There are studies that show fennel can be a very effective diuretic and a potential drug for treatment of hypertension.
Fennel Essential Oil can also assist on physical matters, keeping the mind stable and functional, yet uplifted. Try it for yourself.
Tea tree is a pale yellow colored oil with a fresh camphoraceous odor native to the Northeast coast of Australia.
Crushed tea tree leaves were inhaled by aborigines to relieve colds and headaches. Most recently, tea tree oil has been used as a topical application that is effective against bacteria, viruses, fungal infections, even scabies and head lice. Tree oil is also used in the treatment of moderate common acne.
Experience the medicinal and cosmetic properties of this aromatic oil for yourself!
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