Perfect pasta cannot be without basil. But despite being a fan favorite in Italian cuisine, this herb is much more than just a food spice. Basil, in addition to its characteristic taste and aroma, also has medicinal and aromatic properties.
Native to Asia, basil has anti-inflammatory properties, can aid in relaxation, and is very popular in the mystical world. Yes, variety is the second name of this herb.
The Bbenefits of Basil
Basil contains vitamins A, C, B1, B2 and B3 as well as minerals such as calcium, phosphorus and iron. All of these are necessary to maintain teeth and bones.
Tea made from basil leaves and flowers can help treat vomiting, nausea and stomach pain. In addition, the drink can also be used as a gargle to help eliminate mouth ulcers and bad breath. Other benefits include relieving respiratory and intestinal gas problems, as well as improving fat digestion.