Fennel seed are herbaceous plants (from 0.6 to 2m in height) and have long lives. The core effect of these seed is treating outside conditions such as stomach upset, bloating, runny nose, etc. Besides, they are diuretic to increase urine flow and additional substances for appetite stimulation.
Fennel seed are also called anises and belong to the Hoa canopy family.
These herbaceous plants live from 2 years or many years with solid roots, smooth stems, greenish colors, and slightly notches. The leaves have developed sheaths and the blade may cut feathers four times into strands.
Double canopy inflorescence glows in axils and branches. The canopy carries many small green flowers. The fruits, on the other hand, are small and oblong. They turn from blue to brown. Mostly the trees are grown in Italy and France, especially in the Mediterranean as wild plants.
Fruits contain a crucial amount of essential oils and these oils contain 60% of Anethol, Estragol, and Carbur Terpenes. Terpenic Keaton is also Fanchon. The fruit also has vitamins (A, B8, B9, and C) and minerals (Ca, P, K, S, and Fe). In the root, it has 0.3% of fat.
Fennel seed have a spicy taste and warm character. Moreover, they affect the taste of diffusing and dissolving. People use these seed as a general tonic to stimulate digestion, diuretics, milk gums, and menstruation. They also loosen sputum, antispasmodic, and laxatives (except worms). Leaves can heal wounds while roots can become good seasoning, diuretic treatment, and menstrual regulation.