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Natural Fennel Seeds

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Fennel seeds flavor a broth, a fish that we will grill or broil (mostly bass and mullet), but also some breads and pastries. It is also an ally of all the calming concoctions (colic, stomach pain ...)

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Fennel seeds flavor a broth, a fish that we will grill or broil (mostly bass and mullet), but also some breads and pastries. It is also an ally of all the calming concoctions (colic, stomach pain ...)

The anise flavor of fennel goes perfectly your fish preparations. Some seeds in pan juices will give your kitchen a clean edge aniseed-flavored Mediterranean ...

Seeds are used to treat bloating, upset stomach and other digestive disorders such as gallstones, as well as stimulate appetite. They also confer anti-inflammatory and diuretic.

To aid digestion and combat flatulence and intestinal disorders, it is recommended to drink 3 times a day made ​​an infusion of 2 pinches of fennel seeds, a pinch of anise seeds and 2 mint leaves. In the treatment of digestive disorders, it is preferable not to sweeten the brew.

The infusion of leaves can relieve throat irritations, and help evacuate the bronchial secretions. In the treatment of respiratory disorders, it is recommended to sweeten the tea with honey. Fennel also promotes lactation, this probably due to the presence of phyto-oestrogens.

Again the infusion of seeds is recommended. With eye patches, fennel has the property to relieve inflammation of the eyelids, conjunctiva, and styes.

Preparations:

Infusion: steep for 10 minutes covered one teaspoon crushed fennel seeds in a cup of boiling water. Filter and drink warm. (Digestive Disorders)

Energizing infusion: cook a teaspoon of barley in a small saucepan of water until the grains burst. Filter the cooking water. Add to this water two teaspoon fennel seeds, simmer 5 minutes, let stand 20 minutes off the heat, strain, sweeten with honey and drink warm.

Eye patches: Boil a handful of fennel leaves in a cup of water for 15 minutes, pour the concoction on a sterile compress and cool. Apply the compress on eyes for 10 minutes.

Inhalation: toss a handful of leaves / fennel seeds in a pan of hot water, inhale the steam that emerges for a few minutes by covering his head with a towel.

The seeds sold by Oriental Souk come directly from Tunisia where they are prepared the traditional way, by hand.

Our seeds are handpicked - Choose this option before placing in cart.

All our seeds are pure dye free, preservative or adding various ...

Sold in packs of 400 gr

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2016-03-18

Excellent produit
bon rapport qualité prix
achat conseillé sur ce site

    Grade 
    2015-11-13

    Envoi rapide, bien emballé.
    Je suis très satisfait.
    Francis

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      2015-05-01

      Je suis très satisfait de cet achat et de la rapidité de livraison.

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        2013-05-03

        Très bien, bon produit, bien emballé, livré en une dizaine de jours.

          Grade 
          2012-12-18

          Produit excellent à prix très compétitif. Livraison très rapide. Achat conseillé pour ce produit sans hésitation

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            2012-11-25

            Merci ,je suis contente de ma commande ,colis bien emballé.
            Délais de livraison correct.

              Grade 
              2012-11-07

              Excellent rapport qualité-prix !! Les graines sont d\'une fraicheur incomparable. Je prends les graines non triées dont je me sers pour faire des infusions (excellent pour la digestion ou les petits problèmes gastro-intestinaux). Je repasserai commande ultérieurement. Et toujours extrêmement satisfaite du sérieux et de la rapidité de livraison

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                Natural Fennel Seeds

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                Fennel seeds flavor a broth, a fish that we will grill or broil (mostly bass and mullet), but also some breads and pastries. It is also an ally of all the calming concoctions (colic, stomach pain ...)

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