//FENNEL// This warm, pungent herb takes action on the STOMACH, URINARY BLADDER and KIDNEY in Chinese Medicine. It works to invigorate the QI and YANG in the body and move stagnate blood.
Often mistaken for licorice or anise due to is striking resemblance in aroma and taste. All parts of fennel can be consumed from the crunchy bulb to the wispy feather like stalks.

//NUTRITION// One cup of fennel bulb contains 20% of our daily Vitamin C intake. It is also a good source of fibre, potassium, manganese, copper phosphorus and folate.

//ENJOY// Braised or sautéed with a variety of dishes or have fresh slices of fennel on your next sandwich instead of lettuce.