CONSEQUENCES OF TAKING ANISE
What is anise used for?
What are the side effects of anise?
In most people, the use of anise in the established food amounts causes no adverse effects. In some cases it may occur:
– Contact dermatitis: anethole may cause dermatitis, skin irritation or blisters in susceptible individuals.
– Nausea, vomiting or sensitivity reactions to anethole.
– Headache: the essential oil of anise is included in the group of drugs and narcotics. Its use can cause neuronal problems, such as headache, confusion or dizziness symptoms.
– Heavy menstrual cycles: anise treatments can lead to very strong menstruation.
Interactions with drugs and anticoagulants plants
Anise can enhance the effect of these medications because it contains coumarin, with anticoagulant effects, so it can increase the effects of another anticoagulant medicines or remedies.
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When you should not take anise?
It is not recommended to do treatments with anise in these cases.
The essential oil is NOT suitable for internal use without medical supervision. The intoxicación with essential oil can trigger the following side effects:
– Muscle numbness as a result of cerebral congestion.
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1 April, 2021