Due to cross pollination, it is no longer safe for pregnant or nursing mothers.
Latin Name: Pimpinella Anisum
Synonyms: Non known
Origins: Egypt, Greece, Crete, and Asia Minor
Parts Used: Seeds
Appearance: Growing about 18 inches in height this annual sports a cluster of small white flowers. It’s leaves are feather-like which gives the herb its name.
History: In England, Anise has been used…