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It is useful for hyper reactions, nervous afflictions and convulsions.
The spasms such as coughs, cramps, diarrhea, aches, convulsions and nervous afflictions could be cured with this essential oil.
It provides anti-spasmodic and relaxant properties that calm down contractions and relive the mentioned ailments.
Gas results in flatulence, indigestion, stomach aches, chest pain, muscular pains, hypertension, rheumatism, reduction of eyesight and hair loss.
Nothing definite is known of John Webster's birth or parentage.
He has been tentatively identified as the son of a merchant-tailor of London, and it is thought he was born about 1580; but no solid evidence on either of these points exists.
The seeds of Star anise fruit are sundried and then steam distilled to extract essential oils.
The oil is pale yellow to clear with a strong scent that resembles liquorice. It possesses anti-rheumatic, anti-epileptic and antiseptic properties which makes it versatile.
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