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Chloe seeds

Chloe is a hybrid strain with a THC level of 21.5 percent. The CBD level of this strain is low. Chloe is abbreviated as Coe with a variety of 60% sativa and 40% sativa. Chloe will grow into a beautiful cannabis plant with a fine return in harvest. It is not hard to grow these Chloe seeds, you keep an eye on this plant will it grows, the flowering period is pretty average.

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Born in the Mediterranean, fennel is probably the most widely used aromatic plant in the world. This fragrant fennel is grown in Istiea, in Northern Evia, which has a long tradition of the cultivation of this crop. Its balanced flavor makes it equally suited for sweet or savory recipes. Use it for your chili/fennel or salt/pepper/fennel rubs for roasted pork and fish. Or combine with almonds for cookies.

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Born in the Mediterranean, fennel is probably the most widely used aromatic plant in the world. There’s a long list of varieties, with climate and geography playing a catalytic role in quality. Evia’s island has a long tradition of cultivating a sweet, beautifully balanced variety that serves to aromatize Greek spirits. Our supplier, a third-generation farmer, makes sure that we receive the most aromatic part of his harvest every year. He’s the cause of our love for good fennel!

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High-quality fennel contains many valuable compounds such as calcium, flavonoids, minerals, amino acids, and fatty acids. Great as a digestive and to treat stomach muscle spasms. In fewer words, it makes a palatable herbal tea with great health benefits.

Our fennel has a licorice-sweet, aromatic taste that surprises with its intensity without being bitter. If a recipe calls for one teaspoon, 1/2 will do the job. Its balanced flavor makes it very combinable and equally successful in sweet or savory recipes. Get equipped with a mortar and pestle – it will turn useful for your chili/fennel, pepper/fennel, and almond/fennel mixes. The first two will take pork and oily fish to another level; the third one is great for cookies. To make fennel tea, infuse a teaspoon of seeds at 95C, cover, and steep for 5′. Strain and serve. You can gently crush the seeds before infusing them to enhance the release of essential oils.