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Fennel seed is a hot topic, and it’s not for nothing. In addition to bringing flavor to our dishes in the kitchen, this plant has many beneficial properties for health.
Thanks to its high content of dietary fibers and its diuretic side, fennel is a great ally to put an end to digestive disorders. Used in the form of herbal tea, it helps fight gas, nausea, stomach aches, bloating, dyspepsia, etc. In a child with a seriously lack of appetite, fennel seed can be an effective solution.
Apart from these benefits, fennel seed is also indicated to regulate blood pressure as well as cholesterol levels in the body.
In addition, it improves the production of red blood cells in the blood and corrects the lack of calcium. Used well, this herb also helps prevent acne and neurological diseases. Rich in minerals, it tones the skin and makes it more radiant. It should be noted that this seed guarantees good results when it comes to hair care.
How to consume fennel?
As you can see, the fennel seed offers many benefits. As you wish, you can use it as a spice to accompany your fish. Note, however, that the best way to fully benefit from the benefits of this herb is to consume it as a herbal tea.
In general, fennel seed is recommended for new mothers. It allows to increase the production of milk while relieving digestive disorders in the baby.
However, it is not recommended to exceed 7 g of fennel seeds per day.
In addition, the consumption of this herb is not recommended for pregnant women.