Anise Herbal Tea

Benefits of aniseAnise is known for its amazing savory fragrance which has a vast use both in culinary and medicine. In ancient Indian,  Ayurvedic and traditional Chinese medicine, benefits of anise played an important role,  and for many centuries this plant, which originates from the Mediterranean region and is a relative of parsley, has been widely used around the world. Anise tea is made from anise seeds or the leaves of Anise herb (Pimpinella anisum), the fruits of which have a beautiful star-like look.

One of the most favorite beverages of Ancient Egyptian Pharaohs, anise herbal tea has been used since the times of ancient Egypt as an excellent natural diuretic. Anise tea is reach in such vitamins and microelements as magnesium, manganese, calcium, iron, zinc, potassium, copper, Vitamins A and C,  antioxidants, essential oils, including limenene, penene and others. In addition to its diuretic properties, anise seeds and anise herbal tea also have strong antispasmodic, expectorant and  antiseptic powers, as well as the abilities to relieve various types of pains. The latter property of anise can be used to calm down toothache and other types of pains.

Anise Herbal TeaAnise tea with a little bit of honey can be an effective herbal remedy for those who suffer from coughs, especially nagging and whooping coughs associated with bronchitic, colds and pneumonia. Also this remedy can help to get rid of the symptoms of various problems of digestive system, like indigestion, meteorism, heartburn, bloating and others. It is necessary to remember that using this natural digestion aid is very safe and using it is not linked to any serious unwanted side effects except personal sensitivity to anise seeds.

Anise herbal tea can assist in easing menstruation pains and cramps, as well as improving our memory and mental abilities. It is possible to use anise tea or anise infusion for treating various skin problems, like acne, scabies, rushes, etc. Chewing anise seeds can help to banish bed breath and lower the risks of mouth infections. Benefits of anise also include  natural aphrodisiac  properties of this herbal remedy which can be used for treating infertility and impotence. Finally, anise herbal tea is considered to be among the most effective thirst quenchers.  One can receive a very tasty and therapeutic herbal tea by blending anise leaves with chamomile flowers, a good complementary herb to anise seeds.

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