|Botanical Name||Illicium Verum|
|Other Names||Anis de Chine, An√≠s Estrellado, Anis √Čtoil√©, Anis √Čtoil√© Chinois, Aniseed Stars, Anisi Stellati Fructus, Ba Jiao Hui, Badiana, Badiane, Badiane de Chine, Bajiao, Chinese Anise, Chinese Star Anise, Eight-Horned Anise, Eight Horns|
|Features||Star anise may be used in formulation of medicine for respiratory tract infections, lung swelling (inflammation), cough, bronchitis, flu (influenza), swine flu, bird flu, upset stomach, gas, loss of appetite and colic in babies|
|Packaging||1000 g, Customized packaging is also available|
|Shipping Charges||Calculated at checkout|
|Product Appearance||The image in the display is for illustration purpose. The packaging, color and appearance of the product may be different batch to batch.|
|Disclaimer||For educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.|
Star anise is a herb. The seed and oil may be used to make medicine¬†for respiratory tract infections,¬†lung¬†swelling (inflammation), cough, bronchitis, flu (influenza),¬†swine flu, bird flu, upset stomach, gas, loss of appetite and colic¬†in babies. Women may use star anise for increasing the flow of breast¬†milk, promoting menstruation, easing childbirth.¬†Star anise may¬†also used for increasing sexual drive (libido) and treating symptoms of male menopause.¬†In foods and beverages, star anise may¬†considered as a culinary spice and¬†used as flavoring agent. It may also be used in manufacturing of soaps,¬†cosmetics,¬†perfumes, toothpaste and to mask undesirable odors in drug products.