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The health benefits of anise oil

 Anise oil is one of the essential oils that is extracted from the herbal anise plant, and anise essential oil has a very distinctive smell that resembles the smell of black licorice, and anise oil is known for its health benefits, especially the digestive benefits, and in this article we will explain to you the most important health benefits of anise oil.

Benefits of anise oil:

It is considered a natural pain reliever:

Where anise essential oil is an effective pain reliever and natural anti-inflammatory and helps to calm muscle pain, joint stiffness and inflammation, and it can be used to relieve arthritis or rheumatism, and to relieve joint pain and inflammation, dilute anise oil with a carrier oil such as jojoba oil or coconut oil in a ratio of 1: 1, Massage the affected areas with the mixture to reduce pain and inflammation.

Improving respiratory health:

Where anise oil is a natural expectorant as it helps to break down excess mucus and phlegm in the respiratory tracts, and it also reduces congestion in the lungs, which makes it easier to breathe? Anise oil also contains muscle relaxant and antispasmodic properties, and helps relax the muscles of the windpipe and relieve coughing, cold, flu, asthma and bronchitis attacks.

Natural carminative:

The accumulation of gases in the abdomen leads to indigestion, flatulence, acute chest pain, stomach pain, muscle cramps and pains, and high blood pressure in the long term, and chronic gas accumulation can lead to arthritis, rheumatism, hair loss, and reduce vision, and anise essential oil helps It helps to get rid of gases, and as it helps in good digestion, it prevents gases from forming and accumulating because indigestion is one of the main causes of excess gases and their accumulation.

It is considered a natural sedative:

Where anise oil is characterized by its narcotic properties, so it can be used as a sedative for anxiety, nerve pain, depression, anger and tension and reduces insomnia as it helps to calm and relax nerves, and its sedative effects appear when used in large doses because very small doses make it work as an active, but care must be taken when Use it in large doses.

Stimulant  :

Whereas, anise oil contains natural stimulating properties that help stimulate blood circulation and relieve rheumatism and arthritis, as it stimulates the secretion of enzymes and hormones and thus promotes the complete metabolism, and it can stimulate the nervous system and the brain to make a person more Active and alert, but when used in very small doses.

Strong anti-bacterial and anti-fungal:

Where anise essential oil contains many anti-bacterial and anti-microbial properties, which makes it prevent the infection of various bacterial infections, and therefore anise oil can be used to eliminate the bacteria that are found on the external and internal wounds to prevent infections, and its anti-fungal properties also help to fight fungi against five types of Yeast including Candida albicans bacterial strains.

Natural antiepileptic and hysteria:

The sedative and narcotic properties of anise oil help calm epileptic seizures and hysteria by slowing blood circulation, breathing and nerve response. Anise oil is effective in calming nerve pain, overactive reactions and convulsions.

 Natural antispasmodic:

Where some conditions or diseases can cause convulsions, and these cases include coughing, aches, diarrhea, nerve pain, and convulsions, and convulsions are an excessive contraction of the respiratory system, muscles, nerves, blood vessels and internal organs, which leads to severe coughing, cramps and blockage In the blood circulation and pain in the stomach and chest.