Anise seeds are used in pastries for their special flavor. They are also famous for relieving colic babies, but the anise has many more therapeutic properties.
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The benefits of anise on the digestive system are numerous. And in the oral cavity, chewing few seeds is avoided halitosis. In the stomach, inflammatory and carminative properties relieve gastritis and aerophagias, being the usual anise plant remedies for dyspepsia. It stimulates the production of juices involved in digestion, starting with their own saliva, and thus the properties of anise will be added to stimulate the appetite. The medicinal properties of anise to the intestine are felt by the mucosal protective action, its mild astringent effect and its ability to reduce the accumulated gases, together with its antispasmodic effect. Therefore relieves intestinal cramping in both adults and infants, since their toxicity is low (not zero). But the benefits of anise are not limited to the digestive tract. The seeds of this plant have expectorant properties that relieve colds and bronchial problems, along with a calming soothing action. It is therefore recommended its use to smokers. The anise has mild diuretic properties, with problems controlling edema. It is effective in treating urinary tract infections when combined with other herbs. Finally, anise seeds are an excellent galactógeno and are indicated in nursing mothers with milk shortages. Importantly, caution should be exercised with the doses used, especially in lactating women and infants. Has practically the same contradictions that star anise.
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