Eating Fennel Seed benefits heart health in a number of ways, as it's packed with fiber - a nutrient shown to reduce certain heart disease risk factors like high cholesterol.
Place of Origin
The Fennel Seed plant originated in the southern Mediterranean region and through naturalization and cultivation, it grows wild throughout the Northern, Eastern, and Western hemispheres, specifically in Asia, North American.
It is loved as mouth-freshener(aka Mukhwas) and as cold-drinks flavor.
It is used by mouth for various digestive problems including heartburn, intestinal gas, bloating, loss of appetite, and colic in infants among others. It is also used on the skin for excessive body hair growth in women, vaginal symptoms after menopause, and to prevent sunburn.
Taste and Aroma Description
It has a light, sweet, anise-like taste.
Store in cool, humid free and dark place.