Fennel

Fennel
Fennel is native to southern Europe and Asia Minor. In ancient times fennel leaves were used to crown victors in games, and fennel was also used in the rites of Adonis. Fennel was introduced to North America by Spanish missionaries as a medicinal herb. It is now known in California as wild anise. English settlers brought their herb with them to the New England. In Puritan folk medicine fennel was taken as a digestive aid. The herb is still found growing on the sites of these early English settlements.

Warnings: The use of this herbal supplement is a traditional nutritional use that is not intended to be prescribed for, or to treat any disease, and does not claim to cure any disease, including diseases involving fevers, colds, flu or invading organisms.

 
Product No.: 228
Count: 100 caps
Price: $8.50
 
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Dr. Clark’s Store was established in 1993 by her family, and was the first manufacturer to explicitly follow her protocols in manufacturing. Today, all the Dr. Clark labeled products are still made that way, For example, they are compounded responsibly and in balance so as not to send confusing signals to the body; are not made into tablets, as that process requires binders, coatings, and other added non-nutritive ingredients; rely on only domestic organic or wild-crafted herbs as ingredients; follow the whole herb protocol as the extraction process of the ‘active ingredient’ runs the risk of adding pollutants and leaving out wholesome nutrition; and are not enhanced in any way for flow, color, stabilization or flavor.

Ground Fennel Seed 450mg (Foeniculum vulgare) in a gelatin capsule.

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