Fennel

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Description

Foeniculum vulgare (Germany/India)

Fennel is used as a widely as a digestive aid, tooth care & cosmetic products internationally ~ one of nature’s sweet versatile medicines.

– Anti-septic
– Anti-Spasmodic
– Appetite Suppressant (?)
– Carminative
– Calms Stomach
– Digestive Aid
– Flavoring Agent
– Natural Insecticide
– Natural Preservative
– Skin Tonic (must dilute)

Dr. Nick’s Notes

Fennel has been an ally on the road, working with the public & through Conscious Bartending. This sweet oil infuses life-force into drinks and plays well with other oils, while providing the drinker a more settled stomach. When my stomach feels uneasy, this tends to me my first choice go-to: both for gas, abdominal pain.

Fennel is used in many of my oral care combinations (ie. Dr. Nick’s Tooth Oil, mouthwash) and adds well to foods (ie. chocolate, non-dairy/dairy ice cream) to promote ease in the digestive system. Haven’t tried yet, but I’m sure it can add value to salads & stir-fries in the appropriate dilutions (1 drop to large salads/stir-fry).

When diluted and swished, fennel seems to provide a “clean” experience in the mouth/teeth which may contribute to it’s wide use in commerically available oral care products. With the right dilutions, the fennel has an uplifting tonic property to topical skin use. An inexpensive ally, sweet fennel oil is a great investment to have in your toolbox.

How to Use

Must DILUTE before topical application. Oral ingestion is not recommended without consulting a trained practitioner or under a physician’s care.

~ Be Blessed ~

Notes: Conventional Seed (Germany) / Organic (Hungary)
Origin: Germany (CO2) or Hungary (Steam Distilled)

Terpenes: anethole, fenchone

References

“Journal of Medicinal Food”; Antimicrobial Activities of Essential Oil and Hexane Extract of Florence Fennel Against Foodborne Microorganisms; B. Cetin, et al.; 2010

“Pakistani Journal of Biological Science”; Antibacterial Effects of Iranian Fennel Essential Oil on Isolates of Acinetobacter Baumannii; N.H. Jazani, et al.; 2009

http://www.ars-grin.gov/cgi-bin/duke/

http://vcampus.uom.ac.mu/upload/public/2003122103128.pdf

http://www.livestrong.com/article/397356-fennel-essential-oil-benefits/#ixzz2LZyYHx7f

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition, consult your physician before using this product. *

Additional information

Extraction Method

CO2 Extract, Steam Distilled

Size

15 mL

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