Fennel, Sweet (organic)
Fennel, Sweet (organic)
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- Botanical Name: Foeniculum vulgare dulce
- Cultivation: wild certified organic
- Certification: EcoControl
- Origin: Hungary
- Manufacturing Method: distilled
- Part of Plant: Seeds
- Main Chemotypes: Anethol, Limonene, Fenchone, alpha-Pinene
- INCI: Fennel Seed Oil, sweet
- Article No. 1445-10
Product Description: Sweet Fennel
Fennel, Sweet essential oil, also known as Fennel oil, is a highly sought-after product for its numerous health benefits and a pleasant aroma. Derived from the Foeniculum vulgare dulce plant, this organic Fennel, Sweet oil is cultivated using certified Wildcraft organic methods in Hungary, ensuring that only the highest quality plants are used.
Fennel, Sweet essential oil, has numerous benefits, including digestive support, hormone regulation, and respiratory health. In addition, the oil has a sweet, herbaceous scent that uplifts and calming, making it a popular choice for aromatherapy and massage.
Whether used independently or as part of a blend, organic Fennel, Sweet oil is a versatile product with various applications. So, whether you are looking for a natural way to support your health or want to enjoy the benefits of its pleasant scent, Fennel Sweet essential oil is an excellent choice.
About the Plant
Fennel Sweet essential oil is often extracted from the seeds of the Foeniculum vulgare dulce plant, also known as the Sweet Fennel plant. This aromatic herb grows up to six feet tall and produces small, yellow flower clusters that eventually become seeds. The seeds are used in a variety of culinary and medicinal applications.
In traditional medicine, Fennel seeds have been used for their digestive properties. They were commonly used to treat bloating, gas, and indigestion and stimulate appetite. Fennel seeds were also used as a diuretic to help eliminate excess water from the body.
Besides their medicinal uses, Fennel seeds are commonly used in cooking; the sweet, licorice-like flavor is often used in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine. In addition, the seeds can be added to baked goods, sauces, and marinades and used to flavor teas and liqueurs.
Overall, the Fennel Sweet plant has a rich history of traditional uses, particularly for its digestive properties. In addition, its seeds are a versatile ingredient in medicine and cooking, making it a valuable plant with various applications.
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