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Sweet Basil Genovese Organic Seeds Review

Ever thought about producing home grown organic basil leaves. Go Green Sweet Genovese Basil Organic Seeds (Pack of 100 seeds) can help you to grow organic basil leaves in your home. The name Basil comes from Latin for royal. Basil leaves were used to make royal perfumes.

Germination Time: 5 days
Scientific Name: Ocimum basilicum

Basil Leaves Uses

Sweet Basil Genovese Organic Seeds Review

  1. To thick the soup - Common in Taiwan
  2. To create flavor in Icecreams
  3. Main ingredients in pesto, a green Italian oil-and-herb sauce
  4. Believed to bring good luck
  5. Improve blood circulation
  6. To treat kidney problems
  7. To cure stomach cramps
  8. Used in the treatment of nervous irritability, depression, anxiety, sleep difficulties, colds and flu.
  9. Traditionally used to increase production of breast milk in lactating mothers.

Directions and How to Use Basil Leaves

1. In a small vessel, add 1 cup of water. Add the tea powder and sugar and bring to a boil. Add Sweet basil leaves, return to a boil, then reduce the heat to maintain a simmer and drink. This will reduce cough, whooping cough and sore throat.

2. Chew fresh basil leaves to reduce bad breath early in the morning. This sweet basil leaves has antibacterial property and it will kill all the bacteria inside the mouth.

3. Take Fresh Basil leaves 10, Ginger 3mg, Cloves 3 and Black Peppercorn 5. Crush all of these to a fine powder. You can use a mixer grinder to grind them. Take one cup of water and add the powder and make it as mixture. Boil the mixture for 5 minutes in a moderate flame. Add the mixture in half a cup of hot milk and ad sugar for taste. Drink it warm. Relax for 1-2 hours and this will improve your respiratory system and reduce cold and uneasy breathing.

4. Take 3-4 sweet basil leaves in a pot of boiling water. You can add honey drink the tea.

Many believe that Tulsi and sweet basil are the same. They are not. Tulsi is called Holy basil and has a different scientific name - Ocimum tenuiflorum. Many of the online reviews talks about Tulsi instead of Sweet Basil.