Anise differs pleasant sweetish taste, it is used as a spice. It is a favorite seasoning for winemakers, confectioners, pharmacists.
The most famous product with anise is alcoholic beverages - it is used in the production of aniseed vodka, absinthe, sambuca, etc. 2-3 grains of anise spice can be added to coffee or tea, for flavor and health. Anise is also widely used in the manufacture of jelly, compotes, lemonades, punch. Spice anise is good in sweet dairy and fruit soups, is added to all sorts of desserts, puddings, cakes, muffins, gingerbreads, cookies, pies, sweets, candies, sweet fillings and pastes and jams. Mostly in Eurasia, anise is added to the dough, from which bread, cakes, biscuits are baked. To fish, poultry and meat anise gives a sweetish taste and fresh aroma. It is used in sauces and marinades, for example with herring, cheese sourdough.
Anise has long been used for medical purposes. In general, anise has anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, anesthetic, carminative properties, For the treatment of cough, inflammation of the respiratory tract, mucous, vision. In the Middle Ages the plant was widely used as a unique medicinal product for various diseases. Doctors recommend the regular use of spice, to maintain health and longevity. Anise improves digestion, increases the secretion of the gastrointestinal tract and mammary glands (recommended for lactating mothers, but contraindicated to pregnant women). It helps to restore strength, relax, calm down.
Anise is best stored in a sealed glass container in a dark place.
Weight: 100 - 1900 gr
Country of origin: Israel