Fennel Seeds

Fennel 4 the soul belongs to the plant family as parsley, cumin, carrot & caraway. It’s an indegenous plant grown in Mediterranean regions and also widely cultivated across the world especially near the coastal regio ns. The Fennel plant is green and white with feathery leaves and yellow flower.

Fennel Seeds

Fennel 4 the soul belongs to the plant family as parsley, cumin, carrot & caraway. It’s an indegenous plant grown in Mediterranean regions and also widely cultivated across the world especially near the coastal regio ns. The Fennel plant is green and white with feathery leaves and yellow flower.
Benefits

Why use Fennel Seeds?​

Fennel seeds are a storehouse of vital nutrients. They are low on calories and abundant in Vitamin C. Fennel seeds support the immune system by regulating metabolism, blood sugar and blood pressure. As per Ayurveda, fennel seeds have a cooling effect on the body.
Recipe

How to use Fennel Seeds?

Fennel seeds have aromatic fruits and are sweet in taste.
Hereby a sample healthy recipe:
  • 1-2 tsp of crushed fennel seeds
  • 2 cup of water
Add these ingredients to a pan and boil for 2-5 minutes. Strain the mixture and serve. Add honey for enhancing the taste and flavour. This is a great homemade herbal tea that will help in easing stress, lifting your mood and soothing your body.
Origins

Where do Fennel Seeds come from?

India is the largest producer and exporter of fennel seeds. In India, Gujarat and Rajasthan are the main producing provinces of fennel seeds.
Harvest

When are Fennel Seeds grown?

Fennel seeds can be grown either in the main field or can be transplanted after growing in nursery.

Sowing time: Mid September to Mid October

Irrigation: Every 15-25 days after sowing

Weeding: 30 days after sowing

Harvesting: 170- 180 days after sowing depending upon variety and agro climatic condition.

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