Basil: Facts About the King of Herbs
History, science, and facts about the many different varieties of herbs that are part of the Basil family.
Basil: The King of Herbs
Basil's History and Health Benefits, why is basil the King of Herbs?
00:00 Basil introduction
00:50 Lamiaceae family
01:42 Growing basil
02:01 History of Basil
02:35 Cultivation of basil
03:23 Health benefits
04:14 Drink Recipe
Title: Medicinal plants of the family Lamiaceae as functional foods – a review (PDF)
Czech Journal of Food and Sciences
USDA National Nutrient Database
Disclaimer: This video is for educational and informational purposes and not intended as medical advice. Always seek the advice of your physician or a medical professional before taking or starting any supplements, herbs or diets.
Basil The King of The Herbs
Basil has long been considered the King of the Herbs not only because of its popularity, but also because the name basileus literally means king in Greek. Basil is one of the easiest and most satisfying herbs to grow, for both beginning and experienced gardeners...
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Basil the king of herbs
Planting basil - Basil, also called great basil or Saint-Joseph's-wort, is a culinary herb of the family Lamiaceae. It is also called the king of herbs and the royal herb.
Nutritional Benefits of the Herb Basil
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Vitamin K: Helps with clotting, bruises
Manganese: Trace Mineral good for ligaments and tendons
Beta carotene: Pre vitamin A and helps with anti-inflammatory, i.e., the lining of skin in your arteries.
Flavonoids: helps protect cell damage from radiation, chemical, and stress
Decrease pathogenic bacterium. If you are resistant to antibiotics, basil will help you, and lastly, it's great anti-inflammatory good for rheumatoid arthritis and IBS
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How to Grow Sweet Basil - the King of Herbs
Want to grow your own basil? It's cheaper than anything you buy at the store, and it is a good start to horticulture. If you want to eat food that doesn't have toxic chemicals soaked into its soil, and if you want to do it cheaply, then just grow it yourself. I've found ways to do it without a lot of effort...and it's inside a balcony too. Neat!
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