Tibetan fennel seed oil Latin name: Carumcarvi family name: Umbelliferae Umbelliferae is a kind of plant herbs which is a powerful essential oil that may stimulate sensitive skin this plant can grow to 60 cm high fruit and The fruits of fennel and fennel are very similar. The leaves of Tibetan fennel are soft and shaped like fern plants. The small brown fruits are somewhat curled and the clusters of flowers are either pink or white.
Sweet but irritating a bit like peppery.
Artificially planted in northern Europe Africa and Russia but the origin of Tibetan fennel is actually a country in Asia Minor - Caria Caria. The plant can grow to a height of 60 cm. The fruit is very similar to the fruit of fennel and cumin. The leaves of the fennel are soft and shaped like fern plants. The small brown fruits are curled and the clusters of flowers are pink. Or white.
Chemical structure editing
Aldehydes - acetaldehyde fennel aldehyde aldehyde
Ketones - Anisidone
Smoke - Limonene
Antibacterial anti-mite appetizing astringent heart-friendly flatulence clearing blood digestive disinfection diuretic pass through phlegm prolactin parasites stimulation and worm drive.
Injecting a warm flow of emotions regulating the nerves relieving psychological stress and fatigue can also supplement the lost energy.
There are soothing effects on stomach problems especially abdominal pain stomach cramps and flatulence. It can stabilize digestion stimulate appetite reduce diarrhea and general bowel diseases. It is said that it can make the tone fragrant and in fact it does because it can neutralize the fermentation of the stomach.
It seems to be beneficial for urinary problems because it can increase urine output and remove toxins. It can also raise liver and improve hepatitis.
Its embarrassing characteristics help bronchitis and asthma patients. In addition there are also improvements in other throat and lung problems such as laryngitis and intubation.
Promoting lactating mothers' milk yield can be regarded as a supplement to the gland as a whole. There is also appeasement to menstrual pain.
It is effective in treating ear pain improving vertigo problems and also stimulating the circulatory system. As a whole it can restore health to the body.
Effectively promotes tissue regeneration especially for oily skin. It is known to disperse congestion treat filth and purify infected wounds. Other benefits include relief of itchy skin acne scalp problems and convulsions. Tibetan fennel seed oil was once used to improve pale skin.
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Tibetan fennel seeds are sometimes called “grass fennel”. It is a very old spice that has been used by people since the Stone Age. Egyptians like to taste Tibetan fennel for food and trace fennel can also be found in their tombs. The Romans used it to make bread and it was placed in the last meal probably because of its flatulence.
Tibetan fennel seeds are also well-known in the Arab world. Its English common name Caraway evolved from Arabic language Karawya. It has a reputation for enhancing vision but it also makes it breath-taking and can be used to retain your lover. Indians use it to make soap. Throughout the Middle Ages it was famous for its popularity and was particularly appreciated by German and Austrian cuisine. It can also be used to make the Chinmer wine which is a famous name on the eastern coast of the Baltic Sea. The introduction of it into England was the work of Queen Victoria Prince Albert.
1 asthma effect
Tibetan fennel seed essential oil
Wolfberry seed oil or caraway seed oil contains d-contanone which has antiasthmatic effect (guinea pig histamine method); has antitussive effect on mice (ammonia solution) but it can stimulate cough caused by cats' superior laryngeal nerve Invalid it has no effect on the cough center.
2 Antibacterial effect
There is no antibacterial effect of caraway seed oil in vitro but it has also been reported that carnothine has antibacterial effect against Staphylococcus aureus and Escherichia coli in vitro; and there is some antifungal effect high concentration (more than 1:1000) Kill bovine liver worms.
3 on the role of the gastrointestinal tract
G. jasminoides oil has a stomachic and dispelling effect. Oral georgette has an excitatory effect on the small intestine of rabbits.