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Loose Tea with Fennel

Fennel is known worldwide as a spicy plant for delicious dishes. With its anise-like flavour, the large fennel bulb is a great addition to salads or a variety of Mediterranean dishes. However, the fennel seeds are used for the popular fennel tea. They are an ingredient in many of our most popular certified organic herbal teas, such as the gastrointestinal tea fennel-anise-caraway, a delicious winter tea or a children's tea. Of course, you can also get pure organic fennel tea from us. Look around in our assortment for your favourite composition.

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Fennel Health Benefits

Fennel seeds contain a lot of essential oils and minerals such as potassium, calcium and magnesium. Fennel also contains almost twice as much vitamin C as oranges. Hildegard von Bingen was already convinced that fennel was an excellent remedy for many ailments. Fennel tea can show its full potential especially for colds and digestive complaints.

The essential oils can relieve sore throats by loosening mucus and clearing the airways. Heartburn and flatulence or other digestive problems, for example after an opulent feast that is all heavy in the stomach, can also be relieved by fennel tea - especially in the fennel-anise-caraway combination - thanks to its antispasmodic active ingredients. No household should be without this tea.

By the way, fennel tea is also recommended for small children in moderation. Babies who have digestive problems can be given a few teaspoons of brewed fennel tea in their milk. This has been known as a home remedy for generations. Breastfeeding mothers can also have fennel tea. The active ingredients have no effect on milk production. Cheers.