Introduction to Stevia

Stevia rebaudiana has been used for more than 1500 years by the Guaraní people of Brazil and Paraguay, who called it ka’a he’ê (“sweet herb”), to sweeten the local yerba mate tea, as medicine, and as a “sweet treat”.

Stevia is 150 species of herbs from the sunflower family (Astereacea). It was officially discovered in the 19th century by Dr.Moises Santiago Bertoni. He named it Stevia Rebaudiana Bertoni in honor of Paraguay chemist. It is a plant originating in the tropics and sub-tropics of South America and Central America. Stevia is widely used as a sweetener is the stevia of the Rebaudiana species. It is also known as sweetleaf, sugarleaf or sweet herb.

It is a kind of soft herbs. To plant it, the medium used is of the type of shaft so that no water will stagnate after it is watered. The leaves are oval, the stems are smooth and grubby. In optimum conditions Stevia can reach a height of up to 1 meter or more. It produces small white flowers.

The use of Stevia as a sweetener began to be realized by Europeans in the 16th century. Since then it has been widely used in Europe until being brought to Asia. However, studies on Stevia have only begun in the 19th century when researchers in Brazil heard stories of a Stevia leaf that could sweeten a bitter berry and a cup of dull herbal tea. It began to be studied by a Paraguay botanist named Moses S.Bertoni who subsequently sponsored the early articles about Stevia in the early 19th century. The most unique feature of Stevia is that it is a natural sweetener that contains no calories.

This feature has attracted researchers to conduct research on Stevia. The study of its toxicity found that the main content that                                                                                                         caused it to be sweet was Steviosid not toxic.

Why Stevia


Help those with insomnia problems.


Help stabilize blood sugar


Helps reduce inflammatory problems.


Help increase energy in the body.


Helps control and lose weight.


Helps to remove urine discharge.

The uniqueness of Ansedd Stevia Natural Drops

  • Stevia is in liquid form and easy to measure.
  • Can be used in drinks and cooking.
  • Drops together 1 teaspoon of sugar.
  • Drops can sweeten 200 ml of water.
  • 1 bottle can produce + - 350 drops.

How to Use

Ansedd Stevia Natural Drops

  1. 1 drops together 1 teaspoon of sugar and you can use them in both beverage and cooking.
  2.  Ansedd Stevia Natual Drops can also be used to make swabs on outsiders such as skin itching, burns

    and even wounds.

  3. For those of you who are experiencing health problems we recommend to you by practicing the Ansedd  Stevia Natural Drops droplets into 500ml mineral water of 5 drops and try to practice in 1 day as much as 3 bottles of 500ml mineral water for a period of 3 months and more.