Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) Essential Oil

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Fennel Sweet (Foeniculum vulgare) Essential Oil

Product Description

Fennel Sweet (Foeniculum vulgare) Essential Oil
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Plant description

Latin Name : Foeniculum vulgare
English Name : Fennel
French Name : Fenouil commun
Family : Apiaceae
Origin : France, Hungary

History and Origin

Sweet Fennel shares common characteristics with anise and dill. It grows in the wild in Egypt, Southern Europe and Asia Minor. Fennel has also become common in the Americas, both cultivated and in the wild.

In Greek mythology, giant fennel was food for the Gods and he who consumed it gained access to knowledge. Fennel subsequently became a symbol when the Greeks fought and won over the Persians in a fennel field, in Marathon (490 B.C.).  Pliny, Dioscoride and Hippocrates recommended fennel, among other things, as a galactogen (stimulating milk production) and vision enhancer. Fennel was also commonly used as a digestive.

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Aromatherapy Data Sheet

Distilled Part : Seed
Extraction : Steam distillation
Oil Characteristics : Clear liquid, colorless or pale yellow, licorice-smelling.
Properties : Positivating and then negativating, estrogen-like+++, menses-inducing, delivery support, galactogen (augmentation of milk secretion), neuromuscular antispasmodic, reflex modification in the CNS and spinal cord, explaining a muscular resolution and analgesic effect, mild narcotic, psycho active+++, analgesic, carminative++, stomachic, aperitive tonic (slight increase of digestive secretions), cholagogue, choleretic, tonic and stimulating (low dosages), cardiotonic, respiratory tonic, antiseptic, bactericide, vermifuge, appetite suppressant
Indications : Amenorrhea and oligomenorrhea+++, irregular menses, menstrual pain, pre-menopause, dyspepsia, gastralgia, spasmodic colitis, enteralgy, aerophagia, meteorism, flatulence, indigestion, parasitosis, pseudo-angina, palpitations, cardiovascular erethism, cardialgia, nerve-related dyspnea, asthma, asthmatiform bronchitis, pulmonary congestion++, paralysis, back pain, spasmophilia

Energetic and Emotional Effect

Helps identifying true cause of self-rejection. The vibration of fennel stimulated the thyroid gland. It also enhances the understanding of our relation to food and weight-related problems.

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Uses

Culinary

Used in the kitchen, for example in fish dishes

Hints

For children lacking appetite

In the blender, mix one cucumber, the juice of one lemon, 4-5 mint leaves, 3 ice cubes, 2 bifidus yogurts, salt, pepper and 2 drops of fennel essential oil. Blend until smooth in texture and serve in glasses.

Safety

  • Avoid in toddlers, children, and pregnant women.
  • Also avoid in persons with hormone-related cancer.

Chromatography

Lot : B-FOVUHUN12Q (2016/05)

Hungary

Ether: trans anethole (75,48 %)

Monoterpenes: α-pinene (8,66 %), limonene (8,28 %)

 

Lot B-FOVUHUN11R (2017/04)

Hungary

Phenol methyl ether: trans anethole (76,31 %)

Monoterpenes: α-pinene (7,80 %), limonene (7,82 %)  

 

Lot BFOVUHUN06T (2018/06)

Hungary

Phenol methyl ether: trans anethole (81,24 %)

Monoterpenes: α-pinene (5,61 %), limonene (4,64 %) 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Documentation and References

  • FRANCHOMME, Pierre, Docteur PÉNOËL, Pierre, L’AROMATHÉRAPIE EXACTEMENT, Éditions Roger Jollois, 2001, p. 382.
  • WILSON, Mélinda, Fleurs comestibles, du jardin à la table, les éditions Fides, Canada, 2006, p. 82-85.
  • EIDSON, Deborah, LA GUÉRISON VIBRATOIRE, Guy Trédaniel éditeur, Paris, 2002.
  • FESTY, Danièle, Mes recettes de cuisine aux huiles essentielle, Leduc's Editions, Paris, 2009.
  • BAUDOUX, Dominique, Aromatherapy, Healing with essentials oils, Publisher Amyris, Bruxelles, 2007.
  • DAVIS, Patricia, AROMATHÉRAPIE SPIRITUELLE, Éditions De Mortagne, Canada, 1996.
  • DAVIS, Patricia, L'Aromathérapie de A À Z, les éditions Vigot, Paris, 2006.
  • E. MOERMAN, Daniel, Native American Ethnobotany, Timber Press editions, 2002.
  • FESTY, Danièle, Ma bible des huiles essentielles, Éditions Leduc, Paris, 2007.
  • LAWLESS, Julia, The Complete Illustrated Guide to AROMATHERAPY, Éditions Element, Shaftesbury, 2001.
  • ROULIER, Guy, Les huiles essentielles pour votre santé, Edition Dangles, France, 2006.
  • TURBIDE, Michel, L’AROMATHÉRAPIE, huiles essentielles du Québec et du monde: Applications thérapeutiques, Montréal, 2008.
  • Dr ZHIRI. Abdesselam, BAUDOUX. Dominique, H.E.C.T. Huiles essentielles chémotypées et leurs synergies, Éditions Inspir développement, Luxembourg, 2004.
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