History of Fennel Essential Oil
Fennel has origins in the Ebers Papyrus, one of the oldest known medical records from 16th Century B.C that lists 877 early Egyptian prescriptions and recipes. Fennel has been used for hundreds of years to aid in digestion and to regulate menstrual cycles, and during Medieval times, sprigs of fennel were hung over doors to ward off evil spirits, protect against spells cast by witches, and fend off evil phantasms. Fennel was also included in Hildegard’s Medicine, a collection of early German medicines by herbalist Hildegard of Bingen.
Fennel’s Fragrant Properties
Introducing this scent into your home can help support digestion and metabolism.
Fennel Essential Oil Can Also Be Found In These Other Young Living Products:
- CortiStop Women’s
- Dragon Time
- Dragon Time Bath & Shower Gel
- Dragon Time Massage Oil
- Juva Flex
- K & B
- Power Meal
- Prenolone Plus Body Cream
Origin of Fennel Essential Oil
How Fennel Essential Oil is Made
This oil is made by steam distilling the crushed seeds. Check out Young Living’s Seed to Seal® Process for more information.
How to Use Fennel Essential Oil
This oil can be enjoyed by:
- Diluting one part oil with one part V-6 Vegetable Oil Complex or another pure vegetable oil
- Applying two to four drops on the targeted location
- Applying to the chakras and/or Vita Flex points
- Inhaling directly
- Consuming as a dietary supplement
DIY Ideas for Fennel Essential Oil
- Tea – If you enjoy the flavor of black licorice then add a few drops of Fennel Vitality Oil to your tea. It will add a delicious taste while supporting your digestion and metabolism all at the same time.
- Roller Balls – Use a roller ball container and add fractionated Coconut Oil and 8 drops of Fennel. This is great to have on hand during a menstrual cycle.
Contact us today to find out how you can get your hands on Young Living’s Therapeutic Grade Fennel Essential Oil.