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Anice, Anis, Anise, Saunf, Sompf, Souf, Sweet Cumin
Called “Tut-te See-Hau” by American Indians, meaning “it expels the wind”, anise’s carminative properties have been known since antiquity. It helps with digestion and sweetens the breath, so it is chewed after meals in parts of Europe, the Middle East and India. It is a mild expectorant, anise often being used in cough mixtures and lozenges. It is also antiseptic, antispasmodic, soporific and a few seeds taken with water will often cure hiccups.
|WSE001||Aniseeds Pimpinella anisum|
|ESS059||Aniseed essential oil Pimpinella anisum|
|TIN006||Aniseed tincture Pimpinella anisum|
|1:5 45%||Western Tinctures|
|GSP002||Aniseed - ground Pimpinella anisum|