Essential Oil of Fennel Seed, Organically Grown (Turkey)|
Foeniculum vulgare Miller
Aromatherapy Functions in Chinese Medicine
Tonifies Qi: athletic training.
Promotes Longevity and Courage; Normalizes the Yi/Intention; Rectifies the Intellect; Stimulates Communication: excess thinking and analyzing (used in the Middle Ages to block spells thought to be cast by witches), suppressed emotions, addictions.
Rectifies the Skin: skin deformities or blemishes.
Reduces Contusions: bruises and sprains.
Rectifies the Eyes and Ears: spots in vision, floaters, eye inflammation, poor eyesight.
Tonifies Qi of the Stomach and Spleen; Dries Damp in Kidney and Spleen: constant cold; abdominal pain relieved with food, nausea, vomiting clear and sour fluid, indigestion, loss of appetite, gurgling abdomen, colic, indigestion, abdominal bloating, belching, flatulence, constipation.
Normalizes the Lung Qi; Transforms Damp; and Opens the Chest: colds and flu, productive full cough with thin white phlegm, wheezing, bronchial asthma, hoarseness, loss of voice.
Disinhibits Damp; Disperses Phlegm and Dissolves Stones: water retention, obesity, cellulite; frequent and scanty urination, bedwetting, urinary incontinence, urinary sand or stone, anuria.
Rectifies and Normalizes the Menses; Stops Lactation: irregular or delayed scanty menses with clots, menstrual cramps, amenorrhea, PMS (estrogen deficiency); scanty or curdled breast milk, engorged breasts, breast lumps.
Antidotes Poisons: mushroom, herb, alcohol, or drug poisoning.
Rids Parasites: intestinal parasites.