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How To Use
Aniseed Myrtle is a delicious native herb. With a flavour reminiscent of anise and licquorice, it's can be used as a key ingredient when baking gingerbread, for a hearty curry, or simply enjoyed in a cup of tea.
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Rich in important nutrients
crucial for general well being.
Contains calcium which is
important for bone health.
High in magnesium
important for energy production.
Aniseed Myrtle is a rare native with an unknown history due to a large loss in Traditional Knowledge. Anecdotally, it was used as an Aboriginal Tonic thought to have vitalizing effects. In recent history, it was harvested during WWII when anise flavouring was difficult to find,
Source: Australian Native Plants - Cultivations and Uses in the Health and Food Industries -
CRC Press, Yasmina Sultanbawa & Fazal Sultanbawa
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