8 Best Benefits of Anise Tea - Anise Tea Side Effects and Other Facts

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  • Published on Jul 2, 2018
  • 8 Best Benefits of Anise Tea - Anise Tea Side Effects and Other Facts

    Anise tea is an herbal tea prepared with the seeds and leaves of the anise plant, which bears the scientific name Pimpinella anisum. Anise has been cultivated and widely used in the Middle East and the Mediterranean region for thousands of years, both as a culinary ingredient and as an element in natural health practices. As a medicinal tool, anise is most commonly made into a tea, although the essential oil of these seeds is also sought after.

    Anise has a very recognizable flavor, similar to licorice, tarragon, and fennel, and while this makes it unappealing for some people, it remains widely popular.

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