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Basil seeds also known as Sabja Seeds make dieting and weight control easy. Thai basil seeds benefit those aiming to control their weight by providing satiety, the sensation of contentment and being full.
Basil seeds or Sabja seeds as they are called in India have been a part of Ayurvedic medicine for centuries, called ''Tulsi'' in Hindu they are commonly used for treating:
- Common colds
- Stomach upsets
- Cardiovascular disease
When basil (Ocimum sanctum L.) is used in ancient ayurvedic medicine and traditional Chinese medicine not only the seeds are used, medicines are also made from the stems and leaves of the plant.
Basil Seeds For Weight Loss:
In recent years in Thailand and South East Asia Thai holy basil seeds have been widely used by those wanting to lose weight. Very much like chia seeds, thai holy basil seeds swell up when soaked in water; however, sabja seeds swell up 10 times more than chia seeds, providing those who eat them with the sensation of being full, known as satiety.
It should be noted that basil seeds don''t contain the same levels of nutrition as Chia Seeds, they are primarily used for their satiety benefits, for those wanting to skip meals. This being the case be aware that they should only be used as part of a balanced diet.
Basil As Part of Traditional Medicine:
In traditional medicine, both Ayurvedic and Chinese, basil is widely used to treat a variety of illnesses and diseases. Traditional medicine uses all parts of the basil plant, leaves, stems and seeds. By using all of the plants, the medicines contain vitamins and nutrients that are available from he leaves and stems.
When consuming only the seeds these vitamins and nutrients are not available.
In Ayurvedic medicine, holy basil or Sabja is used to treat heart and cardiovascular disease, this is because it has blood thinning properties that prevents blood clots and lowers the risk of seizures. However, users should be aware of this, if pregnant or nursing or you have issues controlling blood viscosity don''t use basil seeds without consulting your doctor or care provider.
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