In herbology, foeniculum vulgare or common fennel is a plant renowned for its many virtues. Its seeds and leaves are used in many herbal infusions. The benefits of fennel are best expressed in a herbal infusion with an aniseed flavor. A cup of organic fennel infusion combats digestive disorders and bloating. Fennel's properties also have an effect on female hormonal balance, particularly during breast-feeding. A natural diuretic, fennel has a dual slimming and draining action, eliminating toxins.
Infusion time 10-12 min
Time of day Day & Evening
Quantity 12-15g / L
Ingredients from organic farming :
Fennel seeds (100%).
Fennel Tea, the Essential End to Any Meal
Fennel seed, rich in anethole, is a powerful ally against digestive issues. Discover this tea recipe for optimal digestion after your meals: steep a teaspoon of fennel seeds in boiling water for 10 minutes. To combat colic, fennel tea is ideal for your baby. Thanks to its antispasmodic properties, it soothes the abdominal pains of newborns and young children. For optimal effectiveness, choose loose fennel in bags from organic farming, ensuring better quality without pesticides.
If aerophagia and bloating bother you, a fennel fruit infusion is the solution. Against flatulence, a fennel grain infusion will provide relief. Herb infusions based on fennel are also effective against constipation and diarrhea.
The Extraordinary Benefits of Fennel Infusion
Whether in the garden or in the kitchen, the yellow flowers of fennel are known for their aroma reminiscent of anise. Anise is known for its therapeutic benefits in addressing respiratory problems such as asthma and cough. According to medical experts, fennel, thanks to its phytoestrogens, plays a role in the regulation of female hormones. During the breastfeeding period, a bio fennel infusion can stimulate the production of breast milk. To alleviate menstrual pain, consider a decoction based on fennel seeds. Facing menopause symptoms, notably hot flashes, fennel has soothing properties.
In case of hypertension, take advantage of the relaxing benefits of verbena and fennel teas. For those looking for a natural solution for weight loss, fennel tea acts as a diuretic and promotes lymphatic drainage.
How to Prepare Fennel Tea?
To benefit from the many properties of the tea of fennel, it is recommended to follow the information on the packaging during its preparation. Product quantity, infusion temperature, and ideal tasting time, here is all you need to know.
What Quantity of Fennel Tea?
Plan for a quantity of 12 to 15 grams of product per liter of water. Are you preparing a single cup? Adjust the quantity based on its size. For a cup of about 250 ml, simply divide the proportions by 4, which is about 3 grams of plant.
What is the Ideal Infusion Temperature for Fennel Tea?
The ideal infusion temperature for fennel tea is 100 °C. You can check the water temperature using a kitchen thermometer. You will find this information on the product packaging.
When to Drink Fennel Tea?
Fennel tea can be drunk at any time of the day or evening. If you suffer from bloating, consume it at the end of a meal to reduce the discomfort associated with digestive issues. You will never tire of its characteristic aniseed taste.
The Advantages of Loose Fennel Tea
Loose fennel tea allows to preserve all the properties of the plants. Packaged in a hermetic bag, the bio fennel seeds maintain their shape and freshness. Our 100-gram bags are closed with a zip for easy opening and closing. It is recommended to store the product in a cool, dry place.