Anise Seed

Pimpinella anisum

Actions: Anti-fungal, Antibacterial, Anti-inflammatory

Found In: Lights out

Anise seed is a cousin to the carrots, celery, and parsley plant. It’s infamously known for its acquired taste of licorice taste and thus sometimes used to add flavor to desserts elixirs and drinks. But many of us are ignorant of its potential of being health-promoting ais to a wide variety of ailments1.

  1. Rachael Link, MS, RD. (2018). 7 Health Benefits and Uses of Anise Seed. Healthline.


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