This is AnnahMarie and Becca.
Today, Organic Gurlz Gardens of Fort Wayne, Indiana will be sharing information on the Benefits of Fennel Seeds.
Quite a few of us recognize fennel (by some, known as Anise), but what about fennel seeds? No, we aren’t talking about the little seed packets you can purchase in the garden center; we mean the seeds you may find hidden in the accumulation of the spice rack.
Read on to learn more about this mysterious seed!
About Fennel (Anise):
We at Organic Gurlz Gardens call the fennel plant a vegetable-grown herb. The reasoning behind the extravagant name is this:
Fennel can be used in dishes as an herb or spice. While some may argue that different segments of the perennial are veggies, we use the plants culinary powers as an herb or spice. (After all, it holds a similar flavor to Dill!)
About Fennel Seeds:
So now that we have explained a bit about the fennel seeds “roots”, we will be sharing about how fennel seed became popular (at least in our household).
Fennel seeds are actually the dried “fruit” of the fennel plant!
In addition to its “fruity” ways, fennel was used by the Ancient Greeks as it was said to improve eyesight.
One of the most essential vitamins, Vitamin C is ready to kick out the cold and flu and strengthen your immune system.
As long as you preserve an established, healthy diet with an adequate quantity of fennel seeds incorporated, the infection is almost sure to vanish.
You will be able to thoroughly feel and “C” the amazing transformation in your body!
Along with Garlic, Citronella, and Lavender; Fennel seeds put up a fight for combatting fleas. Just place a few seed on your nightstand in the bedroom or wherever you are experiencing fleas.
For carpeted areas, we at Organic Gurlz Gardens take a tissue and place a few fennel seeds inside. Then, we close the top with a twisty tie.
Finally, we just place on top of a more secluded region of the carpet and voila!
Any type of pressure isn’t good for you – but when it is on the inside of your body, it is important to keep it in check.
While helping maintain a steady blood pressure level, it is said the fennel seeds can assist in lowering your blood pressure.
These “seeds” are definitely a fruit to put on your kitchen table!
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