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Health Benefits Of Basil Seeds Or Tulsi: How many of these did you know

Basil seeds that are packed with lots of benefits should not be missed by you people. In India Basil or Tulsi has a deep spiritual and religious significance. But it has also lots of benefits that you can reap from this plant. On today’s read we are going to tell you about the Basil seeds:

Know The Health Benefits Of Basil Seeds Or Tulsi

Health Benefits Of Basil Seeds

Read below some health benefits of Basil seeds

  1. Basil seeds can help you if you are very upset with your weight and if you want to lose your weight then start having basil seeds as they are full of the fibre and after having it you will not feel like hungry. This will help you to reduce your eating habits again and again.
  2. If you want to make your hair healthy and shining in natural ways then these basil seeds can help you because these seeds are rich in Vitamin K, protein and iron. These will help you to make your hair healthy.
  3. This is also very helpful to make your skin healthy and to get the benefit you have to mix of Basil seeds and coconut oil. This is effective to ward off many skin related diseases.
  4. Nowadays our eating habits are so weird that this can lead to many problems related to digestion and many times we have to face acidity. Basil seeds are having cooling and soothing effects on the stomach.
  5. These seeds can reduce the blood sugar in your blood and this will help to cure patients who have type 2 diabetes. Take soaked basil seeds (1tsp), toned milk (1 glass) and vanilla for flavour. It helps you to cure diabetes.
  6. Nowadays constipation is a very common problem and you also want to relieve your constipation problem try the soaked basil seeds and this will help to cleanse your stomach.
  7. These seeds are used to lower body heat that’s why as one of the important ingredients in summer for a number of cool drinks such as falooda, rooh afza, nimbu pani and sherbet.
  8. Basil seeds contain many phytochemicals and polyphenolic flavonoids like Orientin, vicenin and other antioxidants. The leaves are rich in essential oils like limonene, citral and terpineol. It contains lutein, zeaxanthin, vitamin A and vitamin K and minerals.

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