Starwest Botanicals, Organic, Fennel Seed , 1 lb (453.6 g)
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'filler' seeds, not just fennel
5 people found the following review helpful
Posted by 4842858112994748305 on Jan 14, 2014
This is my first and only review and I feel compelled to save others the trouble of buying a product that is clearly more than just fennel seeds. There seem to be some other dried flowers/herbs/potpourri thing going on. It's fine if you are soaking in hot water to make a fennel tea but these are not the tasty after dinner minty seeds which can be eaten raw. Not what one thinks of when they think of fennel seeds. The first and only out of a hundred iherb products which I am disappointed by and thus my effort to write the review.
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4 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1085743 on Jul 06, 2011
Fennel is very powerful in a parasite cleanse. Drinking it as a tea will make the parasites drunk and cause them to let go of the intestinal wall. Then follow with about a 1-2 Table Spoons of diatomaceous earth in a 16 oz. glass of water at bed time. This will clean them out. Starwest Botanicals is a good company and this Fennel Seed in whole form keeps it fresh. Just grind it in a coffee mill and brew as a tea. Best thing it's organic to. I give it a five star.
Great For Digestion
Posted by Reviewer1005691 on May 03, 2011
I'm Italian. After big meals we always ate a Fennel Bulb to help with digestion. Italians even make cookies with this seed in it. In India, every restaurant serves either this plain fennel seed (about 1 teaspoon) to chew on, or a sugar coated variety. I love the flavor - and it freshens the breath also. But most of all, it helps eradicate indigestion. No meds, just a food item, a seed, for a natural remedy.
very good quality
3 people found the following review helpful
Posted by 5696753077411371470 on Oct 14, 2014
for tea it's great but if you want to combine it in food (like cookies) you'll have to sift it carefully from little plant parts.
I love fennel!
1 person found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1171705 on May 02, 2010
Starwest Botanicals has first rate fennel seeds.