Use of many traditional herbal and medicinal plants as therapeutic purposes have been observed to fight with the diseases associated with lifestyle such as diabetes. Hyperglycemia is a recognized risk factor for diabetes. Many herbs such as Foeniculum vulgare Mill usually distinguished as fennel seeds due to its antidiabetic activities have therapeutic properties to lower the elevated blood glucose level. Fennel is an aromatic medicinal plant of the Mediterranean zone and a wellknown to the Indian, Greek, Egyptian and Chinese civilization. Numerous researches point approaching its pharmacological activities that comprises of antibacterial activity, hypoglycemic activity, gastroprotective activity, anti-inflammatory activity, cytoprotective activity, anti-anxiety activity, anti-fungal activity, anti-oxidant activity, anti-tumor activity, estrogenic activity, mycobacterium activity, estrogenic activity, chemo-protective activity, anti-cancer activity, cardiovascular and lipid activity, memory-protective activity and hepato-defensive activity. Proximate composition showed that F.