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Pimpinella anisum / Aniseed Capsules x100

Milled Aniseed contained in size '0' Vegetable Cellulose Capsules. Sold in Pots of 100 Capsules.
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Milled Aniseed contained in size '0' Vegetable Cellulose Capsules. Sold in Pots of 100 Capsules.

Anise (Pimpinella anisum), also called aniseed, is a flowering plant in the family Apiaceae native to the eastern Mediterranean region and Southwest Asia. Its flavour has similarities with some other spices, such as star anise, fennel, and liquorice.

Aniseed is an herbaceous annual plant growing to 3 ft or more tall. Anise was first cultivated in Egypt and the Middle East, and was brought to Europe for its medicinal value.

Aniseed plants grow best in light, fertile, well-drained soil.

Western cuisines have long used aniseed to flavour dishes, drinks, and sweets. The word is used for both the species of herb and its liquorice-like flavour. The most powerful flavour component of the essential oil of aniseed, anethole, is found in both aniseed and an unrelated spice indigenous to northern China called star anise (Illicium verum) widely used in South Asian, Southeast Asian, and East Asian dishes. Star anise is considerably less expensive to produce, and has gradually displaced P. anisum in Western markets.

 

Medicinal Action and Uses

Antiseptic - Aniseed has been used for its mild antiseptic effects.

Diuretic - The seeds have mild diuretic properties (increase urine output.)

Estrogenic - The seeds also have mild estrogenic effects. This is why the seeds have been used traditionally to promote lactation in nursing mothers, increase libido and to relief symptoms of premenstrual syndrome.

Expectorant - Aniseed has expectorant properties. It helps in the coughing up of mucus in conditions like asthma, bronchitis, the common cold, and the whooping cough. It is therefore being used as an ingredient in cough syrups and lozenges.

Skin Complaints - Ointments and soap containing aniseed oil can help as a natural remedy for oily skin and to treat impurities like mild acne.

Stomachic - When taken internally the seeds have been used to relief indigestion, colic, gas, halitosis, bloating, abdominal cramps and to remove nausea.

 

Packaging

Product is supplied in a white pot with a snap secure lid. 

Additional Information

Additional Information

Common Name Aniseed Capsules x100
Weight 0.108000
Country of Manufacture United Kingdom

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