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They are a warm-sweet seasoning that imparts a licorice-like flavor to desserts, liquors and meats. eSutras Anise Star pods are 100% organic, all natural,  non GMO and shade dried.  Select Grade (minimum 75% whole stars).

Anise Star Pods, are the seed pods of an evergreen tree (Illicium Verum) grown in southwestern China and Japan. They are a warm-sweet seasoning that imparts a licorice-like flavor to desserts, liquors and meats.


Uses of Star Anise Pods
Star Anise pods are used in Chinese “red” cooking, where foods are cooked for a long time in soy sauce. The herb is used to flavor “marbled eggs” and many Asian soups, in Thai iced tea, and in Peking duck. Anise star pods are also chewed after meals in order to freshen breath.

Why buy eSutras 100%organic anise star pods? Anise Star, Star Anise Pods, OrganicIllicium verum

Our Star Anise pods are 100% organic, all natural, non GMO and shade dried. 
The exotic anise pods carry some of the important plants derived chemical compounds that are known to have been anti-oxidant, disease preventing, and health promoting properties. Star  anise is also endowed with anti fungal and anti bacterial qualities.


 Do you need to regain your balance?
Try star anise tea and drink your way to health and longevity one cup of tea at a time.
To make this tea you can use either leaves or the seeds of the Chinese star anise plant, though it is more common to use the seeds.

Begin by boiling water for your tea. Once it is boiling, pour the water into your teapot. Place 1-2 whole seed pods per cup of water inside the teapot and let it steep for 10 to 15 minutes.Strain and sweeten with honey, adding to the healing powers of this tea if you are treating a cold or wicked cough.

Now, just sit back and enjoy this spicy tea and feel its soothing action.  Drink up to 3 times a day, preferably after each meal to help soothe your digestion. 

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