Fennel seeds are popular as one of the nine Anglo-Saxon sacred herbs for its nutritious values and health benefits. They are widely grown up all over India, China, Middle- Eastern, Europe and Turkey. These sweet flavored seeds come under the family of spices and usually can be eaten after meal.
Fennel seeds are the storehouse of vitamins of A, E, C and many B-complex vitamins. In addition to this, they are packed with nutrients, essential compounds and anti- oxidants. These herbal seeds are too rich in fiber as 100 grams of fennel seeds provide 39.8 grams of fiber.