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When to Drink Fennel Tea?

Nadia Galinova
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Nadia Galinova
When to drink fennel tea?

Foeniculum vulgare is the Latin name of a very well-known spice - fennel. It is used both to give a specific aroma and taste to various dishes and as an additive in the preservation of food products and meats.

In addition to these culinary merits, fennel also has medicinal properties, which give it a place among useful herbs. All parts of Foeniculum vulgare are used in pharmacology, but the useful biologically active substances are mostly in the fennel seeds.

In only 100 g of fennel seeds can be found about 30 percent of our daily vitamins of group B - B1, B2, B3, B6. Doses of vitamin C are also not to be underestimated. Microelements are also well represented in fennel and in 100 g of it we will find absolutely all the necessary amount of some of the most important microelements. Potassium, iron, manganese, magnesium, phosphorus, zinc and calcium, which we need for one day, are contained in 100 g of fennel seeds.

In addition, there are also beneficial substances in it, such as some glycosides, which easily pass into the cup of fennel tea when heated.

Due to its rich chemical composition fennel is useful and it has a beneficial effect on a number of biochemical processes in the body. It works well for dysmenorrhea (painful menstruation), normalizes intestinal peristalsis and cleanses the abdominal organs of gases. It has an antispasmodic effect and works well for colic in babies and abdominal pain in adults.

Fennel tea for stomach pain

Fennel seeds are used most often from all parts of the plant for medicinal purposes. For respiratory diseases, drink fennel tea. It warms and helps with expectoration. It also has the ability to regulate blood sugar, which is why it is recommended for diabetics. Lactating women can use it with success, because it increases lactation.

Fennel tea stimulates the appetite, accelerates the metabolic processes and relieves stress.

In general, fennel seed tea has no contraindications for use. It can also be given to infants in the form of drops to relieve colic. Only pregnant women and women with hormonal problems are not among the appropriate groups who can drink fennel tea, because it contains ingredients that mimic the action of estrogens and can enhance it.

To add more fennel into your menu, try some delicious yoghurt salad and see more benefits of fennel seeds.

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