Fennel is a perennial, pleasant-smelling herb with yellow flowers. It is native to the Mediterranean, but is now found throughout the world. Fennel leaves are widely used in Italian and Greek cooking both as an herb and as a green. Large quantities are added to stews and ragouts, as well as fricassee dishes and fritters. Fennel is generally used to flavour meat, seafood, and vegetable dishes, and is also an ingredient in delicious savory pies.
Wild fennel has been used medically to treat heartburn, gas, asthma, angina, and coughs.
Make sure that these spices are stored in a cool, and dry place. Keep away from sunshine.
Fennel is obtained directly from farmers after wash they are dried, dehydrated and then packed under controlled humidity and temperature.