Because of affection in their flavor and names, people often get confused star anise to anise, though the two spices are not related at all.
Star anise is known not only for its unique flavor and culinary purposes but also for its medicinal qualities.
Information on its vitamin and mineral content is not much available, but believing the small quantity of spice you may use at any one time, its nutritional value may be less significant.
However, it’s a spectacular source of several powerful bioactive compounds — all of which are significant contributors to good health.
The key constituent of star anise may lie within its dense supply of flavonoids and polyphenols. These may essentially be responsible for the spice’s wide uses and medicinal benefits.
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