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BASIL LEAVES

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Basil leaf contains varieties of essential oils that are rich in polyphenolic and phenolic compounds such as flavonoids and anthocyanins

Basil leaves possess strong antiviral, antimicrobial and antioxidant properties in them due to the presence of compounds such as ethanol, vicenin and orientien continued in them

As a result, Basil leaves is used for treating stomach disorders such as intestinal gas, stomach spasms and loss of appetite

Basil leaves are used in ayurvedic medicine as a remedy for headaches, cough and common colds

Basil leaf is anti-inflammatory in nature due to the presence of eugenol, limonene and citronella

Regular intake of basil leaves made into drinks is helpful in cutting down excess weight

Using basil before and after childbirth by women helps the breast milk to flow as well as promotes blood circulation

Basil is an excellent source of calcium,magnesium, iron, Vitamin A, magnesium,copper, beta-carotene, potassium and manganese

The presence of beta-caryophyllene in basil makes it ideal for treating inflammatory bowel diseases and arthritis

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Botanical Name:

Ocimum Basilicum

 

Basil leaf contains varieties of essential oils that are rich in polyphenolic and phenolic compounds such as flavonoids and anthocyanins

Basil leaves possess strong antiviral, antimicrobial and antioxidant properties in them due to the presence of compounds such as ethanol, vicenin and orientien continued in them

As a result, Basil leaves is used for treating stomach disorders such as intestinal gas, stomach spasms and loss of appetite

Basil leaves are used in ayurvedic medicine as a remedy for headaches, cough and common colds

Basil leaf is anti-inflammatory in nature due to the presence of eugenol, limonene and citronella

Regular intake of basil leaves made into drinks is helpful in cutting down excess weight

Using basil before and after childbirth by women helps the breast milk to flow as well as promotes blood circulation

Basil is an excellent source of calcium,magnesium, iron, Vitamin A, magnesium,copper, beta-carotene, potassium and manganese

The presence of beta-caryophyllene in basil makes it ideal for treating inflammatory bowel diseases and arthritis

Common Use of Basil Leaves: :

Culinary spice; indigestion; gas; nausea; colds; cough; fever; intestinal parasites; headache; acne (facial wash); insect bites and stings (skin wash); fungal skin infections, ringworm, thrush (skin wash)

Suggested use of Basil Leaves

Both Mediterranean and Asian cuisines rely on this special herb to flavor their dishes. Pesto is a savory oil-based sauce used in pasta and pizza recipes that utilizes this herb. Marinara sauces cry out for ample quantities of this flavoring. One of the simplest summertime recipes is to slice fresh tomatoes and mozzarella, sprinkle with the herb, and then add a bit of good-quality olive oil and balsamic vinegar. Asian rice salads and fish recipes often benefit from the addition of this succulent herb. Dried Basil Leaves are sometimes added for a piquant counter taste to ice cream and other desserts

Origin: Grown and extracted in USA.  Packaged with care in Abuja,Nigeria

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Weight 100 kg
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