Berries, fruits, roots, and stems.
Chemical and nutrient content
Anethole, calcium, camphene cymene, chlorine, dipentene, fenchone, 7-hydrozycoumarin, volatile oils, oleic acid, petroselinic acid, phellandrene, pinene, limonene, stigmasterol, sulfur, and vitamins F and C.
A sweet herb used as an appetite suppressant and as an eyewash. Promotes function of the spleen, liver, and kidneys, and also clears the lungs.
Used for acid stomach. It relieves gas, gastrointestinal tract spasms, abdominal pain, and colon disorders. Effective in the treatment of gout, and good for the cancer patient after chemotherapy and radiation.