Anise Seeds Uses And Benefits| Herbal Anise Tea

Egyptian Anise Seeds Wholesale Supplier

High Quality Egyptian Anise Seeds For Export (Common And Organic)


Botanical Name ( Pim Pinella Anisum )
Available Form:
  • Anis seeds Grade A Quality
  • Anis seeds Grade B Quality
Season: Available all the Year
Packing: In polypropylene bag 25 KGS Net Weight

Annual production capacity : 550 Ton
Storage conditions: Store in a cool dry place at temperature above 20 ° C and relative humidity 75%.

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Anise Seeds Benefits

Anise is a very widely used herb. It is especially known for its digestive properties. Anise seeds are consumed after meals to help in the process of digestion. If crushed and added to tea, not only does it enhance the flavor, but also works as a digestive and helps relieve the problem of flatulence. Anise, due to its antimicrobial properties, is found in a lot of over the counter remedies. The oil extracted from anise seeds is used as an expectorant. It relieves congestion by working on the secretary cells in the respiratory tract. Though anise can be used to treat a wide range of medical conditions, a word of caution is in order. It is recommended that people with high blood pressure should not consume anise as it might exacerbate the condition, though there is no concrete scientific evidence for this. Anise is also a popular culinary herb that is used extensively in cooking and liqueurs. Also, due to its fresh scent, it is often used as an herbal fragrance in aroma therapy. Moreover, anise is added to oral hygiene products like toothpaste and mouthwash in order to enhance their flavor and effectiveness. Back in the ancient times, the Romans used anise to make scented oils and soaps. Perhaps the tradition of wedding cakes can be traced back to the Roman period when anise tea and cake were served after a wedding feast.

Physical characteristic

 Color Yellow
 Aroma  Grassy and herbaceous
 Flavor  Characteristic flavor
 Aspect Anise seeds
 Particle size Seeds

Microbiological analysis

 Salmonella Not detected in 25g
 Escherichia coli  Absent
Yeast/mould (cfu into 1g no more than) 0,10 x 103

Chemical analysis

 Moisture % 10.00
 Extraneous matter %  Absent
 Living & dead insects %  Absent
 Mineral dirtiness contents %  Absent
 Organic dirtiness contents %  Absent
 Allergens material It doesn’t contain
Metal particles % Absent
Pesticides residues Meet eu regulations
Heavy metals (sr, sс) Absent
Ash % 9.00
Acid insoluble ash % 2.50
Volatile oil ml/100 g 1.00