Caraway contains vitamin B-Complex, and the minerals calcium, potassium, magnesium, lead, silicon, zinc, iodine, copper, cobalt and iron. Caraway is also very similar to the herb Anise. The essential oils of these two herbs are recommended for the same purposes. When mixed with other herbs, it helps to modify or correct the action of purgative herbs such as Mandrake and Culver's Root. Caraway acts as an anesthetic when applied to the skin. It aids in settling the stomach after taking medicines that cause nausea and also prevents fermentation of foods in the stomach.
Caraway has been used as a powerful antiseptic, which has been known to be extremely useful for toothaches.
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Caraway is an appetite stimulant, useful for colds, colic and uterine cramps. Caraway is also used for acid digestion, female disorders, flatulence, lactation, mucus in the lungs, promotes menstruation, calms muscle spasms, stomach settler and used for toothaches.
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