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Tea made from aniseed is considered beneficial in the treatment of sleeplessness. It is prepare by boiling 375 ml of water and adding a teaspoon of aniseed. The water should be covered with a lid and allowed to simmer for 15 minutes. It should then be strained and taken hot or warm. It should be sipped either after meals or before going to bed.
Precautions: Aniseed should not be boiled too long as it may lose its digestive properties and essential oil during the process.
An infusion prepared by boiling a tablesppon of fennel seeds in 100 Ml of water for half an hour, is highly beneficial in indigestion, biliousness, flatulence, constipation and atonic dyspepsia. Chewing its seeds after meals prevent foul breath,
Indigestion, constipation and vomiting
Fennel is one of the safest herbs for colic, for helping the baby to release gas and relieve tummy. It may be used in combination with herbs like peppermint and crushed caraway seed or alone. A tea spoon of the herb is boiled in the cup of water and allowed to steep in water for about 20 minutes. This is stained and allowed to cool. This tea, given to the baby in his feed bottle, helps cure colic. Not more than a tea spoon or two should be given at a time.
Eating fennel seed with figs is also a a good medicine for cough, bronchitis and lung abscesses.
Herbalists today recommend bathing the weekend, sore or inflated eyes with fennel tea.
Cultivated in Eastern Up.
Initially the native of Egypt but now is extensively cultivated in India
The whole pant is aromatic. Its being used for flavoring since ancient times. It possesses a sweet taste.
The qualities that we currently achive are divided into three grades, On the basis of Small/Thin Size , stem cutting and cleanliness. The Best quality material is smallest and thinnest in size