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Fennel Seeds


Natural organic

500 ~ 500 / Kilogram ( Negotiable ) Get Latest Price

Pakistan .

500 per Kilogram

500 Kilogram

5kg/10kg/15kg or as per customers requirement .

By air cargo . delivery time 10 to 15 working days

5000 Kilogram per Week

Money Gram, Western Union, D/P, D/A, L/C, T/T


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Product Specification

Color : Green Packaging : Bulks Certification : Global Gap Grade : A Brand Name : Tayyaba Foods Type : -
Quality : Premium

Product Description

Fennel Seeds
Fennel plants are green and white, with feathery leaves and yellow flowers.
Both the crunchy bulb and the seeds of the fennel plant have a mild, licorice-like flavor. Yet, the flavor of the seeds is more potent due to their powerful essential oils.
Aside from its many culinary uses, fennel and its seeds offer a wide array of health benefits and may provide antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial effects.
1. Highly nutritious
Both fennel and its seeds are packed with nutrients. Heres the nutrition for 1 cup (*7 grams) of raw fennel bulb and 1 tablespoon (6 grams) of dried fennel seeds
           Fresh fennel bulb                                                             Dried fennel seeds
Calories                      *7                                                                                       *0
Fiber                         3 grams                                                                             2 grams
Vitamin C            *2% of the RDI 1% of the RDI
Calcium               3% of the RDI 5% of the RDI
Iron                      4% of the RDI                                                                      6% of the RDI
Magnesium         4% of the RDI 5% of the RDI
Potassium            8% of the RDI 2% of the RDI
Manganese   7% of the RDI *7% of the RDI
Fresh fennel bulb is a good source of vitamin C, a water-soluble vitamin critical for immune health, tissue repair, and collagen synthesis.
Vitamin C also acts as a potent antioxidant in your body, protecting against cellular damage caused by unstable molecules called free radicals.
Both the bulb and seeds contain the mineral manganese, which is important for enzyme activation, metabolism, cellular protection, bone development, blood sugar regulation, and wound healing.
Aside from manganese, fennel and its seeds contain other minerals vital to bone health, including potassium, magnesium, and calcium.
2. Contain powerful plant compounds
Perhaps the most impressive benefits of fennel and fennel seeds come from the antioxidants and potent plant compounds they contain.
Essential oil of the plant has been shown to contain more than *7 volatile compounds, including the polyphenol antioxidants rosmarinic acid, chlorogenic acid, quercetin, and apigenin.
Polyphenol antioxidants are potent anti-inflammatory agents that have powerful effects on your health.
Studies suggest that people who follow diets rich in these antioxidants have a lower risk of chronic conditions like heart disease, obesity, cancer, neurological diseases, and type 2 diabetes.
Over *8 compounds have been identified in fennel seeds, including anethole, fenchone, methyl chavicol, and limonene.
3. Fennel seeds may suppress appetite
Fennel seeds may not only add depth and flavor to your recipes but also help curb appetite.
In 9 healthy women demonstrated that those who drank 8.5 ounces (**0 ml) of tea made with 2 grams of fennel seeds before eating lunch felt significantly less hungry and consumed fewer calories during the meal than those who drank a placebo tea.
Anethole, a major component of fennel essential oil, may be behind the appetite-suppressing qualities of the plant
4. Can benefit heart health
Eating fennel and its seeds may benefit heart health in a number of ways, as theyre packed with fiber,  a nutrient shown to reduce certain heart disease risk factors like high cholesterol.
A *-cup (**-grams) serving of raw fennel bulb packs 3 grams of fiber , *1% of the Daily Reference Value (DRV).
Diets high in fiber have been linked to a reduced risk of heart disease.
Fennel and its seeds also contain nutrients like magnesium, potassium, and calcium, which play important roles in keeping your heart healthy.
5. May have cancer-fighting properties
The wide array of powerful plant compounds in fennel may help protect against chronic diseases, including certain cancer
Anethole one of the main active compounds in fennel seeds has been found to exhibit cancer-fighting properties.
One test-tube study showed that anethole suppressed cell growth and induced apoptosis, or programmed cell death, in human breast cancer cells.
Another test-tube study observed that fennel extract stopped the spread of human breast cancer cells and induced cancer cell death.
Animal studies also suggest that extract from the seeds may protect against breast and liver cancer.
Although these results are promising, human studies are needed before fennel or its extract can be recommended as an alternative treatment for cancer.
6. May benefit breastfeeding women
Fennel has been shown to have galactogenic properties, meaning it helps increase milk secretion. Research suggests that specific substances found in anethole, such as dianethole and photoanethole, are responsible for the galactogenic effects of the plant.
Fennel may increase milk secretion and blood levels of prolactin a hormone that signals the body to produce breast milk.
However, other studies found no effect on milk secretion or infant weight gain. Negative side effects, such as poor weight gain and difficulty feeding, have also been reported in infants whose mothers drank lactation teas containing fennel.
For these reasons, breastfeeding women should consult their healthcare provider before using fennel to stimulate milk production
7. Other potential benefits
Aside from the benefits mentioned above, fennel and its seeds may improve your health in the following ways:
May have antibacterial properties. Studies show that fennel extract inhibits the growth of potentially harmful bacteria and yeasts, such as Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus, and Candida albicans.
May reduce inflammation. The powerful antioxidants in fennel, such as vitamin C and quercetin, can help reduce inflammation and levels of inflammatory markers.
May benefit mental health. Animal studies have found that fennel extract may reduce aging-related memory deficits.
May relieve menopausal symptoms.
Its important to note that many of these studies used concentrated doses of the plant, and its unlikely that eating small amounts of fennel or its seeds would offer the same benefits.
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