Organic Basil Seed


NaturevibeUK

8K-M4LG-5VR3

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Regular price £10.58
What's Inside? Basil seeds aren't just for growing basil plants you can also eat them. They look similar to sesame seeds but are black. The type that you eat typically comes from sweet basil, Ocimum basilicum, which is the plant commonly used to season foods. They also go by many other names, including sabja and tukmaria seeds. They are...
What's Inside?
  • Basil seeds aren't just for growing basil plants you can also eat them.
  • They look similar to sesame seeds but are black. The type that you eat typically comes from sweet basil, Ocimum basilicum, which is the plant commonly used to season foods.
  • They also go by many other names, including sabja and tukmaria seeds.
  • They are high in fiber and a very good source of Omega-3 fatty acids.
  • They also contain good amounts of minerals like potassium, manganese, copper, calcium.
  • These seeds of the basil plant contain no calories.
  • Basil  seeds contain oil components.

Benefits?

  • The health benefits of basil seeds include their ability to improve digestive health.
  • Basil seeds in particular are rich in antioxidants, protein, carbs, fiber and good fats that help in keeping sugar levels under control and boost immunity.
  • It is rich in antioxidants and have immunity-boosting properties also termed good for respiratory system.
  • Basil seeds are rich in minerals like calcium and magnesium.
  • Basil seeds are rich in antioxidants.

Uses?

  • Soak 1 or 2 teaspoons of the seeds in a cup full of warm water and consume them directly after fifteen minutes.
  • You can also sprinkle these seeds in salads and soups, or mix them with lemonade or green tea.
    What's Inside?
    • Basil seeds aren't just for growing basil plants you can also eat them.
    • They look similar to sesame seeds but are black. The type that you eat typically comes from sweet basil, Ocimum basilicum, which is the plant commonly used to season foods.
    • They also go by many other names, including sabja and tukmaria seeds.
    • They are high in fiber and a very good source of Omega-3 fatty acids.
    • They also contain good amounts of minerals like potassium, manganese, copper, calcium.
    • These seeds of the basil plant contain no calories.
    • Basil  seeds contain oil components.

    Benefits?

    • The health benefits of basil seeds include their ability to improve digestive health.
    • Basil seeds in particular are rich in antioxidants, protein, carbs, fiber and good fats that help in keeping sugar levels under control and boost immunity.
    • It is rich in antioxidants and have immunity-boosting properties also termed good for respiratory system.
    • Basil seeds are rich in minerals like calcium and magnesium.
    • Basil seeds are rich in antioxidants.

    Uses?

    • Soak 1 or 2 teaspoons of the seeds in a cup full of warm water and consume them directly after fifteen minutes.
    • You can also sprinkle these seeds in salads and soups, or mix them with lemonade or green tea.
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