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Benefits of Basil

Basil is a common herb in most of our kitchens, but did you know that, besides tasting good in our chicken and pasta dishes, it can be of use toward having more healthy bodies?

Grown originally in Asia and the Middle East, basil traveled the world along the spice trail. It has been grown and used for 5000 years and has hundreds of varieties and is now cultivated in many countries.

The volatile oils of dried basil are weak, so fresh basil is usually better in both our cooking and our healing treatments.

Dried herbs add more flavour during cooking.

The main use of basil medicinally is as a natural anti-inflammatory. This makes it useful to help combat bowel inflammation and rheumatoid arthritis.

Many naturopathic doctors prescribe basil in treatment of diabetes, respiratory disorders, allergies, impotence, and infertility.

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Basil is very high in antioxidants, especially when it is used as an extract or oil.

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