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Caraway and Eucalyptus

Other Names: Caraway, Caraway Seeds, Caraway Fruit, Wild Cumin, Black Caraway, Persian Cumin, Meridan Fennel, Carum carvi
Traditional Usages: Cooking, Flavouring, Food, Loss of Appetite, Indigestion, Colds, Flatulance, Sweeten the Breath, Laxative, Menstrual Cramps and Menstruation Promotion, Love Potions, Gastric Symptons of Cardiac Origins, As a cordial to ease Dyspepsia and Hysteria, Stomach Disorders,  Bad Breath,
Resources: Europe, Mediterranean Region, North Africa, Asia, Britain
Parts Used: Roots, Leaves, Seeds, Oil
Administration Method: Crushed seeds for infusions.
Herb Action: Antispasmodic, antimicrobial
Health warning: Avoid during Pregnancy and Breastfeeding


Caraway and Eucalyptus - Herbal remedy for Bronchitis: Aromatic herbs such as caraway and eucalyptus help break up congestion, fight infections, and calm coughing spasms. Use these herbs in teas or use their essential oils in vaporizers.

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