Aniseed Myrtle Tea

$11.95

Backhousia anisata, otherwise known as Lemon Myrtle - is a powerful anti-oxidant that can also be used as an antiseptic, helping to ward off illness. One of the nicer tasting and popular herbal teas that not only tastes great, but has huge health benefits as well!
Grown within QLD Australia, and high in minerals like calcium, zinc and magnesium. This herb also contains vitamins A and E.

This variation has a definite aniseed smell and taste, combined with the zest of lemon.

From certified organic Australian suppliers.

Health Benefits

A potent, Australian grown tea with numerous benefits such as...

  • Powerful anti-oxidant
  • Wards off illness
  • Promotes overall wellbeing and health

Description

Backhousia anisata, otherwise known as Lemon Myrtle - is a powerful anti-oxidant that can also be used as an antiseptic, helping to ward off illness. One of the nicer tasting and popular herbal teas that not only tastes great, but has huge health benefits as well!
Grown within QLD Australia, and high in minerals like calcium, zinc and magnesium. This herb also contains vitamins A and E.

This variation has a definite aniseed smell and taste, combined with the zest of lemon.

From certified organic Australian suppliers.

Health Benefits

A potent, Australian grown tea with numerous benefits such as...

  • Powerful anti-oxidant
  • Wards off illness
  • Promotes overall wellbeing and health
Brewing
  1. Infuse ½ teaspoon of aniseed myrtle in 250 mls of boiled filtered water for 2-3 minutes.
  2. Let it steep and strain afterwards. Add extra cold water or ice if you want it to be an ice tea or to produce a stronger brew, infuse 1 teaspoon of aniseed myrtle in 250 mls of boiled filtered water for 3-4 minutes.
Cautionary

High doses of aniseed can cause side effects like nausea and vomiting for some cases due to hypersensitivity.Other than that, Aniseed myrtle is safe without any serious side effects.