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Aniseed, Anise Seeds

Aniseed, Anise seed - Herbal Research
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Medicinal uses Uses supported by clinical data
Uses described in pharmacopoeias and well established documents
Treatment  of  dyspepsia  and  mild  inflammation  of  the  respiratory  tract  
(14, 15).
Uses described in traditional medicine
As an aphrodisiac, carminative, emmenagogue, galactagogue and insecti-
cide. Treatment of chronic bronchitis (8, 10)


8.    de  Guzman  CC,  Siemonsma  JS,  eds.  
Plant  resources  of  South-East  Asia,  No. 13. Spices. Bogor, PROSEA, 1999. 
10.  Farnsworth  NR,  ed. NAPRALERT  database. Chicago,  IL,  University  of  Illinois at Chicago, 10 January 2001 production (an online database available directly through the University of Illinois at Chicago or through the Scien-
tific and Technical Network (STN) of Chemical Abstracts Services).
14.  British herbal pharmacopoeia. Exeter, British Herbal Medicine Association, 1996. 
15.  Blumenthal M et al., eds. The complete German Commission E monographs. Austin, TX, American Botanical Council, 1998.

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