The Fennel Essential Oil has the following properties that make it beneficial for the health: vermifuge, tonic, splenic, stomachic, stimulant, laxative, galactogogue, expectorant, emenagogue, diuretic, depurative, carminative, aperitif, antispasmodic, and antiseptic.
The Fennel Essential Oil is extracted via steam distillation of fennel seeds that are crushed. The fennel herb goes by the scientific name of Foeniculum Vulgare.
The chief components of the Fennel Essential Oil include the following: Trans Anethole, Methyl Chavicol, Myrcnee, Limonene, Fenchone, Cineole, Anisic Aldehyde, and Alpha Pinene.
The Fennel Essential Oil is a natural antiseptic, which means that it can heal the wounds quickly and it can prevent incisions from getting infected with tetanus. It is also specifically used for a lot of serious wounds such as wounds obtained from surgeries or caesarian deliveries.
The oil is naturally a diuretic, which means it can increase the quantity and frequency of urination of the person using it. This is good because it can decrease the amount of toxins inside the body, can lower the blood pressure, cleanse the kidneys, and can help in weight loss.
The oil is a laxative, so it can help in treating acute constipation. It can be used regularly, so it is a good alternative to artificial laxatives which have a lot of side effects.
The oil can reduce obesity, wrinkles on the face and skin, can be used in treating insect bites, anorexia, dyspepsia, and many more.
You should take this oil with a lot of water because it causes urination. Excess urination can also cause dehydration if not taken with a lot of water.
The oil is harmful for pregnant women, women with breast cancer, uterine cancer, or tumor.