Basil

Our Blog On Basil

Also Known as Tulsi

Basil has been known to be an ancient native to India and many other Asian and African countries. Basil has long been used as a sacred and noble herb. In fact, the word “basil” comes from the ancient Greek “basilikon” which means “royal”.

Basil Leaves - IndiHerbs
Basil Leaves - IndiHerbs

Today, Ocimum basilicum (the scientific name for basil) grows in many places around the world. Many people even grow basil in their kitchen garden. This fragrant herb is used as a seasoning in a variety of dishes and plays a key role in Italian and Thai cuisine.

Tulsi or Holy basil is a widely known herb in the family Lamiaceae. It is native to India and vastly cultivated throughout Southeast Asia. Tulsi has proved to be highly effective in protecting our body from various infections and diseases of heart, liver, skin, kidney etc. So, Tulsi is rightly called the ‘Queen of Herbs’.Tulsi has a special place in Ayurveda as well as the home of Hindus in India. It is considered sacred by Hindus and worshipped by them.

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Tulsi and basil also belong to the aromatic medicinal group, and they share a similar taste profiles as well as features. … But tulsi and basil are two different plants; the botanical name of tulsi is Ocimum tenuiflorum whereas the botanical name of basil is Ocimum basilicum.
Basil is an herb. The parts of the plant that grow above the ground are used to make medicine. Basil is commonly used for stomach problems such as spasms, loss of appetite, intestinal gas, diarrhea, constipation, and many other conditions, but there is no good scientific evidence to support these uses.

These anti-inflammatory properties can help to lower the risk of inflammatory conditions such as arthritis. heart disease, and bowel issues. Basil has antibacterial properties. The oils in the herb may help to fight bacteria in people with respiratory, urinary, abdominal, and skin infections.

The leaves are most often removed from the stem and either torn, cut into chiffonade, or finely chopped. They can also be used whole and added as a pizza topping or garnish. Thicker stems and stalks should be discarded because they tend to be bitter, but it is okay to include the small stems in dishes.

When it comes to appearance, it may be a bit trickier to tell the two types of basil apart, as holy basil is one of the most similar in terms of appearance to sweet basil compared to other basil varieties. … The holy basil plant has a hairier stem, and the sweet basil’s stem is hairless.

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