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Scientific name: Anisi fructus  

Synonyms: small anise, sweet caraway 

Family: Apiaceae  

Where the plant is found: Southern Europe, Western Asia, Turkey, Egypt, India 

Characteristics: The split fruits are gray-green to gray-brown, inverted pear-shaped and finely hairy.

Application & preparation



For digestive complaints, especially with mild cramps in the gastrointestinal tract, catarrh of the airways. 



Antibacterial, diuretic, antispasmodic, expectorant  

Tea preparation

 Pour boiling water (approx. 150 ml) over ½ teaspoonful (approx. 1.5 g) of crushed aniseed shortly before use and strain through a tea strainer after about 10 to 15 minutes if necessary. 



Unless otherwise prescribed, drink a cup of tea twice a day.  


Contraindication: Allergies to aniseed and anethole 

Contained in:

Breastfeeding tea - PZN 10327541

Breastfeeding tea in a pyramid tea bag - PZN 15382697

Cold tea - PZN 03962231

Stomach and intestinal tea - PZN 03962260

Cough and bronchial tea - PZN 03962254

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