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Aniseed Myrtle is found in the sub-tropical rainforests of the Bellinger and Nambucca valleys in northern New South Wales, Australia where it grows up to 45 metres high. There is little known about the traditional aboriginal uses of Aniseed Myrtle, but we do know that during World War 2, it was used to create an energy boosting tonic. Uses include teas, drinks (it can make a great post-meal digestive – as the French do – when combined with a spirit!), syrups, glazes, cakes, biscuits, dressings, sauces and ice creams.
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