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The healing power of fennel

  1. Fennel is a delicious vegetable that tastes like anise. Fennel is a white vegetable with green shoots that you can also eat. The bottom of the fennel is called a fennel bulb. Fennel is used as a vegetable and as a spice. In horse stables and dog shelters, fennel powder can be used to combat fleas. Fennel powder is a natural anti-flea agent. These jumping pests don't like the fresh fennel flavor.

Fennel and the marathon

  1. Fennel was in ancient Greece

Fennel against eye diseases

  1. The fennel bulb has been a medicine since ancient times. Both in ancient Indian history and later with the ancient Romans

Anethole in fennel

  1. Fennel contains anethole, which is a phytoestrogen. Because of this bio-identical hormone

Fennel for a fresh mouth

  1. Fennel has a fresh taste. Fennel essential oils are used worldwide to make natural mouth fresheners and to enrich toothpastes. Fennel tea is an ideal mouth-refreshing tea. You can also chew on a fennel seed to get a fresh mouth. In countries such as India it is custom to chew on fennel seed, aniseed or cumin seed after eating

Tips for eating fennel (warm)

  1. Fennel is an easy vegetable to cook. Like any vegetable that you can eat raw, you don't have to cook fennel for long to cook it. 3 to 5 minutes of cooking is enough for a nice side dish: boiled fennel. You can use the cooking water as a basis for a homemade herbal tea. The green shoots can be mixed with mint and honey in yogurt to give it extra flavor. You can also stir-fry fennel in a vegetable mix. It is a versatile vegetable that can add a fresh touch to any dish.

  2. Fennel is an easy vegetable to cook. Like any vegetable you can eat raw, you don't have to cook fennel long to cook it. 3 to 5 minutes of cooking is enough for a nice side dish: boiled fennel. You can use the cooking water as a basis for a homemade herbal tea. The green shoots can be mixed with mint and honey in a yogurt to give it extra flavor. You can also stir-fry fennel in a vegetable mix. It is a versatile vegetable that can add a fresh touch to any dish.



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