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Scientific Classification

Name: Green Anise

Scientific name: Pimpinella anisum

Kingdom: Plantae

Under reign: Tracheobionta

Division: Magnoliophyta

Class: Magnoliopsida

Order: Apiales

Family: Apiaceae

Genus: Pimpinella

HabitatAnise grows in Southern Europe, South America and various other parts of the world and especially in Asia. This plant is actually native to the Asian continent, probably the Near East.

 

 

 

Therapeutic effects

Organs involved: Digestive system

Effects: Galactogogue, carminative, antibacterial, antispasmodic.

Active ingredientsEssential oils (anethol and estragole), flavonoids, coumarin.

Indications :

Internal use: Dyspepsia, bloating or flatulence, colic.

External use: Greasy cough, lice.

Indications after the childbirthGreen anise also promotes, like fennel, the rise of milk after childbirth. It is associated generally with the fennel and are taken in the form of herb tea.

Side effectsAllergies -> do not take if you have allergies. Skin problems, gastrointestinal problems.

 

 

Posted in September 2023

Sources: Creapharma / Wikipedia

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