Do you know the benefits of chamomile? What about star anise? Have you ever heard about chamomile and star anise tea?
Did you know that this combination is excellent to alleviate and prevent many diseases?
The tea of chamomile and star anise is rich in medicinal properties. Chamomile has healing actions and is antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and antispasmodic.
It is widely used to treat skin irritations, colds, nose inflammations, sinusitis, poor digestion, diarrhea, insomnia, anxiety, nervousness and sleep troubles.
Star anise is frequently seen in some tea recipes to treat different things.
Some of its benefits are:
Star anise has sedative properties that come from its antioxidants and magnesium levels.
Prevents fungal infections
Because it is rich in anethole, star anise has a strong action against many microorganisms, including fungi.
Strengthens the immune system and fights respiratory diseases
Due to its high levels of nutrients and minerals, star anise helps boost immunity.
Because of the big amount of fiber and its strong aroma, star anise stimulates the digestive enzymes and saliva production.
Good for the brain
Star anise has big amounts of complex B vitamins. It helps keep the brain cells active and controls the homocysteine levels.
Star anise also helps diuretic function, prevents bad breath, prevents acne, and is good for women. This combination sounds very interesting, doesn’t it?
Watch the video and learn how to make this amazing tea!
Attention: Even though it a source of important nutrients, star anise must not be consumed in excess. When consumed in excess, star anise may cause nausea, allergic reactions, and even intoxication.
Make sure to consume it moderately, always alternating with other medicinal herbs. Try this tea and share your experiences with us.
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