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Green Anise V.E.O.

«Green anise  (Pimpinella anisum). Properties: anti-spasmodic, stomachic, carminative [facilitates the expulsion of gas], general stimulant (cardiac, respiratory, digestive) and sedative for these organs, galactagogue, aphrodisiac; diuretic.
  - nervous dyspepsia, meteorism, bloating, nervous vomiting
- digestive migraines, vertigo and dizziness
- painful menstruation
- infantile colic
- cardiovascular erethism (false angina, palpitations)
- asthma, bronchospasms, cough
- milk insufficiency
- impotence, frigidity
- oliguria.
Essential oil: 4 to 5 drops, 3 to 4 times a day on a sugar cube [or with honey, hot milk or a little sugar or directly on the affected part (stomach, belly, chest…): put a few drops of essential oil, pure or diluted in vegetable oil, and gently massage to help absorption] » [1].  

«The fruits (seeds) of anise can be considered valid regulators of the digestive processes and effective carminatives. … They help improve digestion by increasing saliva and gastric secretion and together with the an anti-spasmodic action, they provide a general state of well-being (absence of postprandial sleepiness, improved assimilation of nutrients, etc.).
Recommended to fight asthaenia (weakness) accompanied by headache and mental fatigue in case of … dyspepsia, gastrointestinal spasms and meteorism. …
The essential oil, partially excreted by the lungs, promotes bronchial secretion and is expectorant. These properties have been also tested experimentally. Also confirmed its bactericidal properties. Good results have also been reported for pertussis forms and asthma. It has been demonstrated that administration of Anise produces bronchodilator effects.
The EU Commission indicates oral inhalation in cases of inflammation of the respiratory tract.
The seeds of anise stimulate milk production, … giving breast milk a pleasant taste and exerting a sedative-antispasmodic action in infants. EXTERNAL USE: Vegetable oils containing 5-10% of essential oil of anise are used in massages or inhalations in case of congestion of the upper respiratory tract » [2].


[1] Jean Valnet, Cura delle Malattie con le essenze delle piante, Aldo Martello – Giunti Editore.
[2] Enrica Campanini, Dizionario di fitoterapia e piante medicinali, Tecniche Nuove.
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