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Fennel Herb Seed supplement, 480 mg
100 Fennel seed capsules
Fennel herb is a Dietary Supplement
Fennel herb (Foeniculum vulgare) is of the carrot family. Fennel seeds are aromatic and cultivated for both culinary and herbal uses. Fennel seeds have a licorice-like taste and are offered at the end of a meal in Asia and in South America to freshen the breath and aid digestion. Practically every part of the fennel plant can be eaten.For centuries, fennel fruits have been used as traditional herbal medicine in Europe and China. Fennel tea is the herb of first choice for the treatment of infants suffering from colic. Practically every part of the plant is edible. The seed is widely used in India as an after-dinner breath freshener and also to help in digestion.
Fennel Supplement Facts:
Serving Size: 1 Fennel Capsule
Serving Per Container: 100
Amount Per Serving:
Fennel (seed) - 480 mg*
Recommendation: As an addition to the daily diet, take one or two fennel capsules one to three times daily.
* Fennel seed daily value not established
Other Ingredients: Gelatin (capsule)
Fennel seed and plant information
Many substances have been identified in fennel plant including estragole, hydroxycinnamic acid derivatives, flavonoid glycosides and flavonoid aglycons. Additonal compounds in fennel include quercetin, rosmarinic acid, kaempferol and caffeoylquinic acid.
Q. Can fennel tea be consumed daily? Is fennel herb safe to take regularly for prolonged periods?
A. We are not aware of any long term human studies, but fennel herb and various parts of the plant have historically been consumed regularly for centuries and no serious fennel side effects have been reported in the medical literature.
Q. Is it okay to take a fennel supplement along with MultiVit Rx multivitamin?
A. We don't seen any problems combining a fennel supplement with a multivitamin product.
Buy fennel seed supplement today on sale. If you buy a fennel supplement along with thyme, basil, garlic, or other culinary herbs, you may used them together the same day but first try each one separately.