Aniseed Myrtle, the traditional super food.

What Is Aniseed Myrtle?

Aniseed Myrtle is a native plant to the Australian rainforest of southern Queensland and northern New South Wales.

Grown in some rainforests, it also has been grown commercially since the 1990s to meet a growing demand for its leaves.

The leaves are being used as a Bush tucker spice or bush spice.

These bush spices are made from the leafs or fruits of native plants of Australia such as Aniseed offering a rich aniseed flavour.

Outstanding offerings:

Aniseed Myrtle is one the herbs which traditionally has been used to treat anorexia, hiccuping or epigastric pain. It has anti septic feature and cancer – preventative. Scientists have found that consuming aniseed myrtle regularly may help the body fighting with radical active which is the main cause of cancer. It is also carminative, expectorant, fungicide, insecticide and gastro stimulant in nature. Aniseed myrtle can also relax your stomach pains caused by cramp or menstrual period pains.

The extracted oil has antimicrobial property.

Treats Cramps and Menstrual pains

Aromatherapy and Tonic

Fights Fungi