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Fennel Seeds

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EALTH BENEFITS OF FENNEL SEEDS

Digestive system
Fennel seeds are rich in bioactive substances that support the functioning of the intestines and stimulate the secretion of digestive juices. Thanks to this, they provide excellent support for digestive processes and help relieve such ailments as flatulence, stomach aches, slow digestion and a feeling of fullness after a meal.

Respiratory system
Infusions of fennel seeds have an expectorant effect, so they can help with respiratory problems accompanied by coughing.


APPLICATION
Fennel seeds have a sweet-spicy smell and a specific flavor similar to that of anise. They can be ground or used in full. Before applying whole seeds, it is good to crush them in a mortar or a knife to release the essential oils.

Fennel seeds go well with fish and meat dishes, especially fish or seafood broths. They are also used to make bread, cakes and confectionery to emphasize the taste. They are also a component of the Indian blend of curry and Chinese spice of five flavors.

These seeds can be chewed to refresh breath and improve digestion. This practice is popular in India, where in restaurants after a meal, fennel seeds are served in the company of small sugar cubes.

Tea from fennel seeds is very easy to prepare. Just pour the desired amount of seeds with boiling water and leave to stretch under cover for 10-15 minutes. It is good to crush or ground the seeds beforehand.

If you want to make the best use of the health-promoting properties of seeds, it is worth preparing the brew by boiling 1-1.5 liters of water in a pot and adding 1-2 teaspoons of seeds to it. Boil for a while and drink hot. Water can be topped up until the brew loses color, remembering to bring it to a boil every time.

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