British Myrrh, Cerfeuil Anisé, Cerfeuil d'Espagne, Cerfeuil Musqué, Cerfeuil Odorant, Myrrhe Odorante, Myrrhis odorata, Perifollo Oloroso, Roman Plant, Shepherd's Needle, Sweet Bracken, Sweet Chervil, Sweet-Cus, Sweet-Fern, Sweet-Humlock, Sweets, The Roman Plant.
People take sweet cicely as a tea or tonic for asthma and other breathing problems, cough, digestion problems, chest and throat complaints, and urinary tract disorders. It is also used as a "blood purifier."
Sweet cicely is sometimes applied directly to the skin for gout.
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