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Basil Leaves

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(Per 50Gm)

Basil Leaf, or Tulsi, belongs to the mint family of herbs. It enriches the aroma of cuisines, and its nutrients can also provide medicinal benefits. There are about 60 different types of basil leaves, each with a unique aroma and taste.

Basil Leaf, or Tulsi, belongs to the mint family of herbs. It enriches the aroma of cuisines, and its nutrients can also provide medicinal benefits. There are about 60 different types of basil leaves, each with a unique aroma and taste.

Tulsi is regarded as holy and sacred in Ayurveda. Numerous of its health benefits are supported by science. Moreover, Basil is rightfully named Royal Herb and King of Herbs since its name originated from the Greek word “basilikohn,” which means “royal.”

Tulsi leaves are rich in vitamins A, C and K and minerals like calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron and potassium. It also has a good amount of protein and fibre.

It is mainly cultivated for religious and traditional medicine purposes, and also for its essential oil. It is mostly used as a herbal tea, used in Ayurveda, and has a place within the Vaishnava traditions of Hinduism, in which devotees perform worship involving holy basil leaves and plant.

Weight .050 kg
Ingredients

Tulsi Leaves

Directions of Use

1.Use fresh or dried basil to season your soup.
2.Much like coriander, basil can be used to garnish stir-fried veggies.
3.Use the aromatic basil to enrich your salads.
4.Both fresh and dried basil leaves can be used to brew tea.

Health Benefits

(Based on several studies)
1.Strengthens the body’s immune system.
2. Works as a detoxifier that supports kidney and liver cleansing. 3. Promotes oral health.
4. Maintains skin health.
5. Assists with fungal 6. Assists with cold and cough
infections.

Storage

Store in a cool and dry place. Keep away from moisture and direct sunlight.

Allergens / Caution

Packed in a facility that processes cereals, nuts and spices. May contain trace elements.

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