Wondering how to make fennel tea from scratch? Try this simple, yummy recipe to enjoy fennel tea's lovely flavor and fragrance, and its benefits for the digestive and respiratory systems.
Treat your body to fennel tea to aid in relieving digestive issues (such as bloating and acid reflux), boost the secretion of gastric juices, and support your body in absorbing nutrients more efficiently. Fennel tea can provide additional wellness benefits, too, such a helping to relieve sinus problems or respiratory symptoms related to illness, or soothing a cough or sore throat.
Naturally sweet fennel tastes like licorice, yet it contains no sugar. If you like the aroma and taste of licorice candy, you will love fennel tea (it's an ideal base for a tea smoothie, too).
Fennel herbal tea, which is so easy to make from scratch, is very delicious and healthful. Of course, you can make fennel tea using a convenient teabag, but making the tea from fennel seeds is a lovely alternative that takes virtually no extra time and provides a appealing boost in flavor.
When you're ready to enjoy some tasty, delicately fragrant fennel tea, follow this quick, simple recipe.
Remember, this recipe is just a guideline... You may find that you prefer stronger or weaker fennel tea, so feel free to adjust the amount of fennel seeds and steeping time to suit you.
Naturally sweet and satisfying fennel tea makes a great after-dinner tea, too (helping you stay away from tempting high-calorie sweets you may be trying to avoid). Why not keep a package of fennel seeds in your tea cupboard, ready to turn into fennel tea whenever you're in the mood?
Now that you know how to make fennel tea, why not try this recipe again, and chill the tea after steeping? Fennel tea is also lovely served cold over ice.
If you'd rather enjoy your fennel tea iced, you can follow the recipe given above, but use about double the amount of fennel seeds. Then, let your tea cool to room temperature, put it in the fridge, and serve over ice later. Or, if you're craving that cold beverage, you can pour it over ice and serve right away.
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Making your own tea from scratch takes just a few minutes and is such a comforting ritual (another of tea's many benefits...). Savor those few moments while your tea steeps, and let yourself relax and breathe.
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