Fennel is not my favorite simply because it smells like licorice, but the health benefits definitely outweigh the smell.
Fennel is a herb that has been used historically in food and medicine for centuries. Although not listed below, in traditional medicine fennel was used to help aid in lactation. Fennel essential oil’s primary use today is to help support healthy digestive function.
Practical uses for Fennel essential oil:
- Use before flying or taking a road trip to reduce motion sickness.
- Have Fennel on hand when enjoying a big meal to promote digestion.
- Take internally to promote healthy digestion.
- May help to promote healthy metabolism, liver function, and circulation.
- May help to support the health of the lungs and respiratory tract.
- Use with fractionated coconut oil for a soothing abdominal massage.
- Take a drop of Fennel in water or tea to help fight sweet tooth cravings.
- Diffuse in your home or office to encourage a productive day.
- Apply to skin for a calming, soothing effect.
- Provides important antioxidant benefits.
Emotionally, Fennel essential oil is The Oil of Responsibility. Fennel supports the individual who has a weakened sense of Self. The individual may feel defeated by life’s responsibilities, having no desire to improve their situation.
Fennel is found in the Digestive Blend Essential Oil.
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Disclaimer: Essential oils are powerful and should be used with proper care and guidance. Reach out to me for recommended resources on essential oil usage. Always remember I’m not a doctor or medical professional. The content on this site is meant for education and entertainment and should not be taken as medical advice. As always, please take responsibility for you health by doing research and possibly consulting a medical professional.
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