Raw Basil seeds, also known as sabja or Tukmaria seeds, are known for their healing and cleansing properties. They have been used traditionally in Ayurvedic and Chinese medication for its amazing health and beauty benefits.

BASIL SEEDS for glowing skin and healthy hair


Basil seeds are often mistaken for chia seeds as they are similar to size and shape, however, they both have different nutritional facts and benefits. The seeds are rich in plant compounds, basil seeds are high in fiber, a good source of minerals, rich in omega-3 fatty acids, and has beneficial plant compounds.

Eating basil seeds regularly helps your body secrete collagen, which is required to form new skin cells basil seeds are full of iron, vitamin k and protein. Eating basil seeds could help you reach your daily needs of nutrients.

Basil seeds are helpful in maintaining skin health as they are rich in antioxidants. The antibacterial properties fight the harmful bacteria, thus helping to strengthen the skin cells and improve the skin barrier. Basil Seeds are extremely high in iron and protein, both of which are beneficial for a healthy hair growth and to stop hair fall effectively.

Basil Seeds act as a coolant, they have a cooling effect that can reduce the body heat, keep your skin hydrated and glowing.  Basil seeds are known to naturally detox your body  flush out the toxins from your body. READ MORE – TURMERIC SKIN BRIGHTENING NATURAL BODY WASH

BASIL SEEDS for glowing skin and healthy hair

You will need –

  • Basil seeds – 1 tsp
  • Water – 1 cup

Soak basil seeds in water and let it soak for 10 mins before you consume it. The seeds begin to swell in the water forming a translucent white film on the black seed and become twice their original size. You can serve it with ice or refrigerate the water for a chilled summer drink. It is a great drink to sip on to beat the scorching summer heat. They are one of the best body coolants. You can also use this water to mist on your face for a refreshing natural face mist or you can use basil water as a final hair rinse. After hair wash, strain the seeds and gently pour the water on your hair and leave it in.

Basil seeds have a bland flavor, it is quite easy to use them in making smoothies and milkshakes, and juices. This makes a fulfilling healthy breakfast for you. READ MORE – Clear Skin Face and Body Lotion for smooth glowing skin

Caution – Do not exceed the required quantity you can consume per day. If you exceed the recommended dosage, basil seeds may lead to vomiting, nausea, acid reflux, or abdomen discomfort in some people.