Anise has been used in cooking for a very long time, but also as a natural remedy. The aniseed tea is very simple to make, you just have to crush 3 to 4 grams with a pestle and then infuse 5 to 10 minutes in boiling water. The anise has many therapeutic virtues, it is a plant which will help you to relieve the evils of every day.
Infusion time 5-10 min
Time of day Day & Evening
Quantity 13-18g / L
Ingredients from organic farming :
Organic anise tea: a plant with many therapeutic virtues
Appreciated in cooking for its pleasant taste, aniseed is also consumed in the form of herbal tea. In herbalism, green anise is called Pimpinella anisum. This plant is part of the umbelliferous family like cumin, fennel and dill. It is one of the first recognized spices. Already at the time of Romans, the anise was consumed in the form of liqueurs or incorporated in the cakes to support the digestion. Always prefer organic products to enjoy all the benefits of the plant.
Benefits and virtues of aniseed tea
Precious health ally, anise has many benefits, especially at the digestive level. The infusions of aniseed are ideal to relieve bloating. It is the essential oil contained in the plant that acts on digestion, which is why it is recommended to crush the seeds before consuming this product. Anise tea also fights against cold symptoms such as coughing. Note that anise is even used to treat lice in the hair. It can be found everywhere, and not only in herbal teas!
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How to prepare aniseed tea?
To prepare aniseed tea after a meal, follow the information on the package carefully. You will need a pestle to crush the plants and release the essential oils present in the seeds.
How much aniseed tea should I use?
It is recommended to use 13 to 18 grams of herbs per liter of water. If you wish to prepare a single cup, allow for 3 to 4 grams of product. Use a pestle to crush the herbs and release the aniseed oil.
What is the ideal brewing temperature for aniseed tea?
The ideal brewing temperature for aniseed tea is 100°C. Pour boiling water over the dried seeds and let it steep for 5 to 10 minutes. You can place the product in a ball or a tea bag.
When to drink the aniseed tea?
Aniseed tea can be enjoyed during the day or in the evening. In case of digestive concern, you will appreciate to drink it 30 minutes before the meal or after a copious meal. Like fennel tea, it facilitates digestion and reduces bloating. It is recommended to drink aniseed tea 3 times a day.
The benefits of bulk aniseed tea
The bulk anise seeds from organic farming retain all their properties. Carefully packed in 100 grams freshness sachets, they keep longer. Our bags have a practical zipped opening. After each cup, simply close the bag and store it in a cool, dry place, away from light.