Description. All parts of the Fennel plant are safe for use, and Hippocrates recommended fennel in his prescriptions. Fennel seed is known to be an excellent digestive. It is good for colic in babies, and stomach cramps of all ages. It normalizes appetite so therefore can support weight loss. It can treat flatulence, aids recovery from gout and is a cleanser of the liver, helpful for gentle detoxifying. It increases the flow of urine, is a natural diuretic and kidney tonic. For women, Fennel seed is helpful when breastfeeding, as it stimulates milk production. It is also good for promoting menstruation, and relieving discomfort of menopause. It also can cleanse the eyes when used as a douche. It tastes good so therefore can be invaluable when blending herbs for tea. Use. Fennel Tea, or Fennel Water have been used throughout history to break up kidney stones, quiet hiccups, prevent nausea, aid digestion, prevent gout, purify the liver, reverse alcohol damage to the liver, and treat jaundice. The tea can also be gargled as a breath freshener and applied as an eye wash. Fennel is disliked by fleas, and can therefore be used around the house in doorways and near pet bedding to reduce flea populations. Fennel is a cleansing and medicating herb, and can be used for a steam facial for opening pores and rejuvenating facial skin.
Attention! Before using any herbal products, make sure that you have full knowledge of how the herb works and any adverse reaction it may cause.