Krishna Tulsi Seed cures colds and coughs, aids weight loss, regulates blood sugar levels, relieves constipation and bloating, and treats acidity.
Basil seeds are derived from sweet basil (Ocimum bascilicum), a type of basil indigenous to tropical regions of Africa and Asia.
Sweet basil seeds are also called tukmaria seeds, sabja seeds, and sabja seeds.
Various cuisines use basil as a versatile herb.
Basil is also a fantastic food source, as well as having a distinctive flavour. It is also possible to consume the seeds of basil plants.
In India and Southeast Asia, basil seeds are often combined in drinks and desserts, and they are now becoming increasingly popular elsewhere. A nutritional powerhouse with a wealth of immune-boosting qualities, sabja seeds, also called falooda seeds, basil seeds, or tukmaria seeds, are often called falooda seeds, basil seeds, or tukmaria seeds.
There is a common misconception that these seeds are chia seeds.
Benefits of using Krishna Tulsi Seeds
Provides relief from colds and coughs
Promotes weight loss
Reduces blood pressure and sugar levels
Circulates blood more efficiently
Relaxes the mind
Enhances women’s fertility
Acne and pimples are fought with this product
How to use
The seeds of tulsi can be soaked in water for about 30 minutes and blended into smoothies, milkshakes, soups, bread, oatmeal, and pudding.
Tulasi seeds can also be consumed as a beverage. For about 30 minutes, soak tulsi seeds in water. To prepare the drink, mix tulsi seeds, lemon juice, and honey with lukewarm water.
Names in different languages
It is known as Holy Basil in English and Tulasi in Sanskrit. Other names for Tulsi are Manjari, Krishna Tulsi, Trittavu, Tulshi, and Tulsi. Tulsi is one of roughly 60 species of the genus Ocimum, the basil genus.
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