Iranian fennel seeds

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Guide to planting fennel and cultivating this medicinal plant:

Cultivation of fennel is considered more with medicinal motive. Fennel is a plant that grows in rocky areas. In the following, we will introduce you to the stages of cultivation of this medicinal plant

Planting fennel in small areas is also possible. This plant is herbaceous and is sometimes seen with a width of 10 to 50 cm. Fennel flowers and reaches one and a half to 2.5 meters in height. It has a high growth rate.

There are regular and continuous lines on the stem of this plant. Fennel leaves are thin and resemble dill in their initial form. Its flowers are yellow and small in size. Fennel flowers from August to October.

The schizocarp is an egg of fennel fruit and this fruit has long ridges. The leaves and fruits of the fennel plant are used to prepare spices.

Planting fennel and its breeding tips

The scientific name of fennel is Foeniculum vulgare and it is a plant with a long history on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea and it is related to the Chetrian family in terms of authenticity. This plant grows in rocky and mountainous areas on the slopes facing the sun. The material of these rocks must be limestone. Limestone ensures the permeability of the stone. These rocks do not have much moisture and are permeable.

All these features show that this plant is looking for sub-Mediterranean coastal areas to live and grow. The tropical coastal countries of Europe offer suitable conditions for planting fennel. This plant can be found in regions such as North America, South America, Ethiopia, Central and Western Europe, China, South Africa, Japan and New Zealand. It is usually seen in the form of a car in areas such as around railways, vineyards and roadsides. In Iran, fennel is found in the northern coasts of Iran and in different parts of Alborz with an altitude between 700 and 750.

The steps of planting lime fennel are:

To propagate fennel, you can use different parts such as seeds, bulbs and leaf stems. Onion is used for the fluorescent type of fennel. This type of fennel is used in various types of cooked, grilled and raw. Fennel stalks are also considered for this type of reproduction. These stems are very similar to celery.

The herbaceous type of fennel does not have bulbs, and leaves are used to reproduce this type of fennel. The herbaceous fennel carries the seeds needed for planting. This raw seed reminds you of the taste of licorice. Of course, it is a unique seasoning in its own way.

To plant fennel in two different types, they benefit from similar methods. Proceed to propagate fennel after the last frost and spring cold. Plant the seed of your choice directly in the ground. Fennel needs a well-drained soil.

These seeds should be about 13 cm apart. The depth required for planting fennel is 3 mm. Plant a few seeds in the soil for yield. After the sprouts grow, keep the good ones and remove the rest. This product should be planted at a distance from coriander and dill. Because these types of vegetables create seeds among fennel products, and this leads to a change in the taste of fennel.

If you plan to plant fennel in a pot, do it 4 weeks before the last spring frost. Transfer the fennel to the garden soil after reaching a height of 7-12 cm. When this plant reaches a height of 7-12 cm, it should have a pot equal to 30 cm. Fennel has a strong and visible root. The soil prepared for this plant is a mixture of sand. This issue is done due to providing good drainage for the soil.

If you intend to grow large bulbs, consider only one fennel seed for a pot with a diameter of 30 cm. With this, you will prepare a suitable place for planting fennel. If the growing place is narrow, the onions will appear in small size.

Fennel needs long summers and mild winters. Germination occurs at a temperature of 6 to 8 degrees Celsius, and for excellent germination, a temperature of 16 to 65 degrees Celsius will be suitable.

The acidity of the soil is between 8 and 4.8, and a mixture of humus, nutrients and clay loam is used to grow fennel. Cultivated lands must be supplied with fennel irrigation. Fennel fruit is seen at a temperature of 20 to 22 degrees Celsius. Irrigation time is very important in fennel growth and crop improvement. In fact, this issue affects the quantity and quality of the product. Irrigation of fennel is done in different stages. First, it is done at the beginning of plant growth, then at the stage of stem emergence, and finally at the time of fennel flowering.

In terms of light, this plant should be exposed to direct light, just like planting Barijeh. In fact, the need for light is one of the important requirements for keeping fennel. Hard winters destroy the fennel root and cause freezing. The rows of fennel planting are placed at a distance of 36 to 48 cm from each other. This distance must be observed in the standard form. Otherwise, it will reduce the yield of the product. 60 to 80 seeds are used in each meter of planting row.

Use nitrogen fertilizer to grow fennel. Of course, this fertilizer should be applied to the soil of the plant at the optimal level. Otherwise, it will reduce the yield of the product and make the plant weak against winter cold.

There will be more natural conditions. In addition, it will cause less trouble for the breeder.

What are the most important properties of fennel sweat:

Properties of fennel sweat for men

Consumption of fennel sweat in men can help strengthen male sperm and increase male fertility. Fennel sweat increases testosterone in men and prevents prostate enlargement and impotence in men. Fennel sweat moderates orgasm and men can enjoy their sex more. Among other properties of fennel sweat for men, it can be mentioned that fennel increases the metabolism of men's body and leads to their erection. In addition to these properties of fennel sweat for men, if the consumption of fennel sweat is too much, it will cause harm and damage to men. Fennel sweat contains a lot of female hormones, as a result, its excessive consumption in men reduces their sexual power.

What are the properties of fennel sweat for weight loss:

Fennel is a plant with low calories and a lot of fiber that can be added to the diet. Fiber has no calories, but it makes the stomach fill faster and makes you feel full. Fennel sweat or fennel itself can increase the body's metabolism and thus improve the process and speed of the body's metabolism, which means that fat burning increases. One of the other properties of fennel extract for al-Ghari is that fennel extract reduces appetite and thus consumes less food. Fennel sweat has diuretic properties and prevents the accumulation of fat in the liver, which also helps in weight loss. Fennel contains elements such as potassium, magnesium, calcium, phosphorus and vitamins such as A and C. Despite all the properties of fennel extract, especially the properties of fennel extract for digestion, only one food item cannot cause significant weight loss.

Fennel sweat and blood pressure:

Fennel sweat contains potassium. Potassium helps to reduce the pressure in the blood vessels and in this way it can help to control the blood pressure. Potassium can also protect us from heart attacks, heart diseases and strokes, so it is better to include fennel sweat in your daily diet for your heart health.

Properties of fennel sweat with honey for facial obesity

Thinning of the face is one of the problems that many people are dealing with. Facial thinness in people has different reasons, it may be due to diets or it may be inherent. Meanwhile, the best option for facial obesity is to use herbal teas. Fennel extract can refresh the skin and remove facial wrinkles, but in addition to this, fennel extract with honey can cause facial obesity by consuming half or one cup a day.

How to use fennel

Fennel has many properties and benefits, including strengthening the eyes, affecting obesity and slimming, reducing blood pressure, anti-phlegm and bile, treating menstrual disorders, refreshing the skin, reducing the effects of menopause, etc. Here are some ways to use fennel.

Preparation of fennel oil:

To prepare fennel oil, you should pour 1 tablespoon of fennel seed powder with edible oil (olive, sesame, sunflower) in a sealed jar and leave it at room temperature for ten days. After this period, wipe the oil with a cloth. Make a thin net. Our oil will be green in color, store it in a closed container and in the refrigerator. Among the benefits of fennel oil, it can be used to remove excess hair and relieve joint pain.

Preparation of fennel tea:

To prepare fennel tea, grind a teaspoon of fennel and mix it with a glass of boiling water and let it brew for 10 minutes. Fennel tea is useful for treating ovarian cysts and increasing breast milk secretion.

Preparation of fennel extract:

To prepare fennel extract, we must first boil water and fennel and then cool the resulting steam, i.e. do distillation. The crushed liquid obtained from the distillation is actually the spirit of fennel. Among the properties of fennel extract, we can mention the treatment of menstrual disorders, indigestion and being useful for the digestive system.

Fennel leaf infusion:

Pour 30 grams of fennel leaves into a beer and let it brew for ten minutes. One of the properties of this fennel leaf infusion is to help strengthen the nerves and better digest food.

Topical use of fennel and treatment of facial skin wrinkles:

For topical use, first you need to powder fennel seeds and brew a tablespoon of it with half a glass of boiling water for an hour. Strain this fennel infusion first and then mix it with honey and a tablespoon of sweet yogurt and apply it on your face for 20 minutes. This mixture helps to remove facial skin wrinkles and rejuvenate the skin.

Is fennel tea better or fennel spirit?

There is no definitive answer to the question of whether fennel tea is better or fennel spirit. Fennel tea and fennel spirit both have their own unique benefits and properties and cannot be compared in general. Side effects of fennel extract and fennel extract:

Along with all its unique benefits and properties, it can also have side effects. Here we discuss some of the side effects of fennel sweat.

Reduction of male sexual power:

Fennel sweat contains high amounts of female hormones. Excessive use of fennel in men causes a decrease in men's sexual power.

Drug interactions:

One of the side effects of fennel tea is that if you take fennel tea at the same time with other medicines, we may have drug interactions. People who use drugs related to convulsions and epilepsy 12 should avoid taking fennel because fennel can aggravate the symptoms.

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