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Anisseed Whole Dried | 100 g | Herbal Collection

R 6900
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Helps relieving

coughs | upset stomachs | flatulence | insomnia 

Carminative | Herbal therapy 



    Anise also called aniseed is a flowering plant native to the eastern Mediterranean region and Southwest Asia.

    Flavor and aroma:  sweet and aromatic characteristic flavor, close to star anise, fennel, or liquorice. 

    Widely used to: 


    • prepare of herbal teas and tisanes (seeds whole or ground).
    • In Asia, the whole seeds are taken as a digestive after meals (munched)



    Soothes coughs

    Eases upset stomachs and flatulence

    Relieves insomnia       


    Aniseed has stimulant and carminative properties that are said to be helpful in relieving flatulence and colic. It also loosens phlegm, fights cough, and relieves insomnia. Particularly helpful when there is persistent irritable coughing and for whooping cough.


    Herbal leaves and Flowers

    Place 1 teaspoon in 1 cup of boiling water. Allow to infuse for 8 to 10 mn. Strain


    Herbal powders

    Place 1 teaspoon in a cup whilst adding adding warm water and stirring slowly


    Seeds, Bark, Roots, Stems and Berries

    Add 20 grams to 500 ml of water. Bring to the boil and allow to simmer for 20 mn. Strain and drink warm or cold


    •  food (meats, bakery, biscotti...), used in brines, added to cheese spreads, dips or salads to impart a mild licorice flavor to soups and stews.
    • candy (black jellybeans, twists), 
    • and used to flavor digestive liquor, that start clear but turn cloudy and “milky” when water is added, like Ouzo, Sambuca, Anisette and Pastis (Mediterranean basin countries); Raki and Arak (middle eastern countries). Anise is used with other herbs and spices in some root beers


    • for its carminative effect (reducing flatulence)
    • for sleeplessness, 
    • chewed to freshen the breath,
    • mixed with wine or vinegar, as a remedy for asp bites.
    •  as an appetite stimulant and a diuretic.


    Please note: Information is for educational and informational purposes only and may not be construed as medical advice. The information is not intended to replace medical advice or treatment offered by healthcare professionals.


    Always consult an herbalist or practitioner if you have no experience or specific medical conditions


    Store in a cool, dry, dark place. Keep out of reach of Children


    This product was not evaluated by the Medical Control Council (MCC) and is not intended to prevent or cure any form of illness or disease. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking any medication or have a medical condition, consult your healthcare practitioner before taking this product. 


    Nature's Products may vary in colour and size due to different seasons and the region it's grown.