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Relieve stomach pain with Anise tea

Cosmetic uses
Anise can cause inflammatory skin conditions, including rosacea and acne.

 Respiratory tract
Anise tea may help in the overall treatment in respiratory ailments: colds, pneumonia, bronchitis and sinusitis. Anise tea is an excellent expectorant and helps in loosing phlegm in the throat and lungs.

Lactating women
 Anise tea may help enhance the supply of mother's milk. Relieves breast hardening in lactation period.

Digestive disorders
 Anise tea helps in the treatment of colic, effective in the treatment of an upset stomach and may reduce flatulence. Easily sooths stomachache and relieve gas. Helps to reduce digestion problems.  Relax many different forms of stomach ailments (nausea, cramping). Regulary drinking can increase a poor appetite and help the digestion system function.

Oral Antiseptic
Anise tea used as oral antiseptic, because there are many antibacterial qualities found in anise tea. The licorice scent and taste leaves your breath feeling fresher.Used as a natural mouthwash; many mouthwashes and toothpastes contain anise.

Medical uses
Anise tea possesses many antibacterial qualities; it can decrease the build-up of bacteria in the throat. Useful and alleviating for people with suffer from bronchitis, the common cold, or even asthma. Given to children to any stomach or abdominal malaise relief.

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