[HERB] Anise Seeds

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Anise Seeds

Scientific name: Pimpinella Anisum

 Anise seeds are known for baking culture of the Mediterranean and Asian. Anise seeds are completely another plant than anise stars with a taste almost identical.

Culinary Uses:

Anise seeds recommended for baking salted vegetables and eighty dishes, rice and more ...

Other uses:

anise seeds many beneficial substances such as volatile oils, antioxidants, organic acids, fatty acids, vitamin C, iron, magnesium, potassium and calcium.
Excellent for breath - contains Hmciihim the bronchial tubes and relieves cough, respiratory tract congestion.
Excellent for Digestive anise relaxing the muscles of the intestinal walls, improves digestion and helps to get rid of exaggerating. It also regulates stomach acid and disinfects bacteria. It is recommended to eat a meal at the end of anise seeds.
Excellent before giving birth - should consume anise to increase milk production and tone the muscles of the uterus regulation.
Age - anise recommended for menopausal women to help address hot flashes.
Treatment of Lice - smell of anise is hated by lice, so it is recommended to boil 100 grams of seeds with 1 liter of water for ten minutes, filter and wash the hair while scrubbing.


How to use: chew the seeds of anise or soaked in hot water and drink a brew.

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