If you’ve never tried the fennel tea before then we wouldn’t be exaggerating by saying it’s a whole different thing! It can be used for a natural pain reliever of menstrual pain, indispensable for mothers and their babies, best friend of the digestive system and much more. It’s a lot more than a cup of tea.
So What is Fennel Tea?
Fennel is a plant with a slightly pungent odor, similar to dill, which is a plant of parsley. It’s leaves and dried seeds can be consumable and the latter is usually used as a spice. Especially in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisine. And from that spice, we get a cup full of health!
And How to Make a Fennel Tea?
What you need is 1 teaspoon of the most natural fennel spice. Add 1.5 cups of water into a small saucepan. Pour 1 teaspoon of fennel and then let it boil over low heat. The fennel should release all of its aromas after 5 minutes of boiling. Then take it from the stove and let it rest for a few minutes. Filter the fennel with the help of a strainer and transfer the remaining water to a glass and that’s it. It’s that easy to prepare a fennel tea! You can put a few slices of lemon in it after pouring into a glass or you can add a small piece of ginger in the boiling stage to increase its healing effects.
Benefits of Fennel Tea
- A single cup can help with stomach burns and heartburn. It can decrease the complaints of stomach-borne diseases.
- It can help with the healthy secretion of estrogen hormone in women. Prevents uterine contractions, therefore decreases menstrual pain and causes less painful periods of menstruation.
- Helps the intestines to work more regularly. Especially helps to minimize the complaints of intestinal diseases such as irritable bowel syndrome. By consuming both seed and tea, the effects of this disease can be reduced and problems such as gas and bloating can be eliminated.
- The fennel tea supports fast fat burning when it is regularly consumed and supplemented with healthy nutrition.
- It lets you relax and fall asleep more comfortably.