Basil seeds come from a variant of basil known as sweet, which is native to the tropical regions of Africa and Asia. These seeds are known by several names such as sweet basil seeds, sabja seeds, and tukmaria seeds. They are also called as wonder seeds due to their so many healing properties. Sabja seeds can be consumed only after soaking.
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Basil seeds are high in dietary fiber. One of fiber’s many health benefits is that it helps relieve or prevent constipation, which is the most common stomach issue. Basil seeds contain compounds such as phenolic contents and flavonoids, which appear to have antioxidant properties. Health benefits from basil seeds may come from the fatty acids they contain.
Basil seeds have a mild flavor and a gelatinous texture when soaked, making them easy to add to drinks and desserts. To add basil seeds into a dish, people can start by soaking them in water. Once strained after 2 hours, people can mix the seeds into, or add them as a topping to their recipes. Sabja seeds swell up and release digestive enzymes when soaked in water. Upon consumption, these digestive enzymes suppress your appetite and help reduce unwanted cravings. Basil seeds are loaded with fiber, which keeps you feeling full for a long time and thus prevents you from unnecessary overeating by reducing your appetite.
People can also grind basil seeds up and add them to baking recipes.