Anise Hyssop Honey is a sweet-tarty marriage with herbal notes. Pair this energy-boosting infusion with your morning toast and tea to help you keep up with your dynamic routine. Its antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungal are beneficial for internal and external infections. You can apply it to your minor cuts, wounds, acne, and scars to prevent microbial infections and pace the healing process.
*pieces of herb may settle on the top, just stir in
You can drizzle Anise Hyssop Infused Honey on top of your breakfast toasts, cereals, salads, oatmeal, and yogurts or stir it in your teas and coffees to enjoy its taste and benefits.
You can apply it to your minor cuts, wounds, acne, and scars to prevent microbial infections and pace the healing process.
About the Ingredients
Anise Hyssop (Agastache foeniculum), also known as giant hyssop, is an herbaceous perennial commonly recognized for its tall beautiful flowers. It has tinged purple flowers with broad dark green leaves.
Its flowers emit a sweet odor with a vague hint of basil, like that of French tarragon. Its leaves are used as a substitute and infused in syrups or brewed into tea while its alluring flowers highly compliment the desserts, confections, and salads. Medicinally, its leaves serve as a digestive tonic to treat diarrhea, flatulence and bloating. They are also used during seasonal shifts to keep cold/flu and cough at bay. Anise hyssop flower essence is known to heal the trauma at the cellular level, especially the trauma that is believed to have been birthed due to one’s fault.
Raw honey is a famous sweet potion that has everyone wrapped around its comb. It is wildly popular due to its remarkable phytochemicals that takedown oxidative stress, sore throat, digestive issues, and much more.
It also performs a stellar job when applied to the skin due to its luxuriously moisturizing action. It cleanses the pores, treats sunburns, reduces acne flare-ups, slows the process of aging, and adds a natural glow to the skin.