It is the oldest medicinal herb used worldwide. Is known to have digestive and anti-flatulence properties. In the Middle Ages it was anise jam. Liqueurs are made with seeds and chew in India to combat bad breath.

It tastes like sweet licorice with a spark of spicy.

Anise has multiple uses in the kitchen. The leaves can be flavored salads; vegetables: beans, peas, carrots; infusions; meats such as pork, duck; seafood; alcohols.

Indications and medicinal uses of Anise

Ingredients: essential oils, anethole, estragole, fatty oils, hill.

Properties: diuretic, carminative, stomachic, expectorant, cough and bronchitis.

Flatulence-Gas

Please prepare a tea with a spoonful of seeds. Boil for 2 minutes and rest for 5 min .. then taken after meals