Medicinal use:

Traditionally, basil has been used as a medicinal plant in the treatment of headaches, coughs, diarrhea, constipation, warts, worms, and kidney malfunction.

basil seeds
Here are some key points about basil:

  • The herb may have anti-inflammatory qualities.
  • Basil is a potent antibacterial.
  • Containing just 22 calories per 100 grams, basil is nutrient-heavy and calorie-light.
  • Basil may contain compounds that fight the effects of aging.
About the plant:

Basil (Ocimum basilicum) is aromatic herbs that are used extensively to add a distinctive aroma and flavor to food.
The leaves of the plant are sweet, aromatic, warming and pungent. They are used as a flavoring agent and in the preparation of salads. It is a very good companion plant to grow in the house, its aromatic foliage helping to reduce problems caused by insect pests.

Vernacular names:

Common name: Sweet Basil And Harry Bail, English: Basil, Sweet basil
Hindi: Tulsi,
Gujarati: Sabje,
Marathi: Sabza
Tamil: Tirunittru,
Bengali: Khubkalam ,
Malayalam: Kattu tulasi

How to use:

You can use the soaked basil seeds right away if you’re in a hurry, but it’s recommended to soak basil seeds for at least a couple hours before using them. This will ensure their digestive enzymes are fully released.

You can use the soaked seeds with their jelly-like coat, or rinse and strain the seeds if you want to get rid of the coating. These are a few different ways you can start eating basil seeds:

    • Add them to drinks, such as fruit juices, coconut milk or teas.
    • Blend them into smoothies.
    • Sprinkle on top of salads.
    • Mix into vegan cheeses or cream sauces.
    • Use them in desserts where you would use tapioca or other thickeners.
    • Combine with yogurt and fruit.


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Reference:

http://www.science20.com/humboldt_fellow_and_science/blog/basil_ocimum_basilicum_l_aromatic_herbs_used_traditional_medicines

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/266425.php