Fennel Seeds

Fennel Seeds

Botanical Name : Foeniculum Vulgare
English Name : Foeniculum Vulgare
Hindi Name : Saunff
Family Name : Apiaceae (Umbelliferae)


Northern Europe, United States, Southern Canada, Asia and Australia


It is a native of Europe and Asia Minor.

Also, it is cultivated extensively in Northern India as a cold weather crop.

It comes up well in fairly mild climate.

The dry and cold weather favours high seed production.

Prolonged cloudy weather at the time of flowering is conducive to diseases and pests.


Common Fennel, Florence Fennel, Large Fennel, Sweet Fennel, Wild Fennel, FAQ/EU Grade.

Nutrition Value

Protein Vit. B1 Vit. B2 Vit. B3 B5 Vitamin B6 Vit. B9 Vitamin C Calcium Iron Magnesium Phosphorus Potassium Zinc.

Fennel seeds contain anethole, fenchone and estragole that act as antispasmodic and anti-inflammatory.

They work wonderfully for constipation, indigestion and bloating.

For better results, consume fennel tea to keep your digestive tract healthy and happy.

This herb is commonly known as saunf in Hindi.

The fennel seeds are roughly 4 to 8 mm in length and each one looks like a grooved or ridged grain of rice.

Saunf comes in colors ranging from bright green to pale green and tan.

Fennel is a source of vitamin B-6, which plays a vital role in energy metabolism by breaking down carbohydrates and proteins into glucose and amino acids.

The body can easily use these smaller compounds for energy.


10 kgs, 15 kgs, 25 kgs, 50 kgs

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