In times past, this plant was called the father of all food - and with good reasons, it is so high in nutritional value! Packed with vitamins B, D, K, A, and E. Then top it off with iron, niacin, biotin, folic acid, calcium, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium, amino acids and protein.
Used as a spice in cooking, anise seed has been proven to be an upset stomach settler. It is used in cooking curry dishes, and blends well with cinnamon and bay leaves. This product is food grade, so it would make a great additive to your kitchen spice rack.
Often the more common herbs that are added to food get overlooked for their healthful benefits. Take basil for instance. This is a very popular herb used to flavor foods, but its also been linked to stimulating hair growth and since its naturally anti-inflammatory, its also great to add basil infused oil into healing salves and boo boo creams.
Chia seed has come back into the limelight as being toted a superfood or super additive for internal use. That is no wonder, since they are approximately 30% protein, and packed full of vitamins and essential fatty acids.