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Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare)

Monograph on a herb reputed to be medicinal
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by Gabriella Smyly  GB United Kingdom

May 14, 2020   |    258 reads    |   0 comments

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Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) - Book coverA thoroughly referenced monograph written by a Herbal Medicine BSc (Hons) graduate. Anyone interested in familiarizing themselves with the information on fennel in the literature, including in clinical trial papers, may find this monograph useful. Because key points from clinical trial papers are summarized concisely, this monograph may be of interest to people who do not have time to sift through long study papers.

The monograph has two clinical trial subsections, the titles of which are as follows.

1) Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) symptoms

2) Pain in primary dysmenorrhoea

Other subheadings include Botanical description, Traditional uses, Constituents, Actions, Dosage and Preparation, Medicinal Uses, and Safety, among others.

Author's Note: 

I have a degree in Herbal Medicine BSc (Hons) and I have a keen interest in science. I am interested in reading study papers such as clinical trial papers and putting some key points in my own words.

About The Author

I am a Herbal Medicine BSc (Hons) graduate who writes thoroughly referenced herb monographs.

The monographs contain subsections with specific details from study papers (such as in vitro study papers, animal study papers and/or clinical trial papers). These subsections often contain background information that clarifies and/or brings to light the wider context of the specific details from the respective study papers.

I did my degree in Herbal Medicine BSc (Hons) at the University of Westminster. Modules I did as part of my degree include Human Anatomy and Physiology,... more

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