India’s love affair with fennel needs no introduction. The seed spice dominates a variety of our preparations. Did you know that India happens to be the largest exporter of fennel seeds, widely known as saunf. A common practice in most Indian households is to have few fennel seeds or saunf at the end of every meal. This practice you might think is to freshen the mouth, but think again. A concentrated source of minerals like Copper, Potassium, Calcium, Zinc, Manganese, Vitamin C, Iron, Selenium and Magnesium, the age old practice does much more than simply beat bad breath.
Health Benefits of Fennel Seeds:
1. Helps Regulate Blood Pressure
2. Reduce Water Retention
3. Fennel Tea for Constipation and Indigestion
4.Fennel seeds and their phytonutrients help clear sinuses
5. Helps Purify Blood
6.Fennel seeds are eaten on a regular basis, they provide the body with valuable minerals like zinc, calcium and selenium