₹40.00 – ₹100.00
Sabja Seeds are also known as sweet basil, Falooda seed or Turkmaria seed. The black and tear-shaped seeds are rich in proteins, carbs, and essential fats and are packed with a good deal of fiber.
Sabja Seeds have other names too, sweet basil, Falooda seed or Turkmaria seed. They are rich in proteins, carbs, and essential fats and fiber. Interestingly, these seeds of the basil plant contain no calories. This seed is rich in antioxidants which helps in controlling diabetes and is good for your skin.
Sabja Seeds Health Benefits
It is rich in alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), which comes from high levels of Omega-3 fatty acids present in the seeds. These acids help in boosting the fat burning metabolism in the body. These are full of fibre and keeps your stomach satisfied for longer and prevents unwanted cravings. It is lowers your body heat which is why people often add them to refreshing drinks like lemonades, sherbets or milkshakes.
Sabja seeds are good for type 2 diabetics as it keeps a check on blood sugar levels. They slow down the metabolism of your body and controls the conversion of carbohydrates into glucose. Sabja seeds naturally detox your body and regulate smooth bowel movements. They contain volatile oils that help in relieving gas from the gastrointestinal tract and aids in digestion. It helps in treating several skin infections like eczema and psoriasis.
Sabja Seeds How To’s
Basil seeds are hard to chew, so do not take them raw. Soak them in water makes them more gelatinous and edible. Consuming at least two teaspoons every day helps you to these gain health benefits. Following list below tells you how you can consume these nutritious seeds:
- You can add it to a bowl of yoghurt or sprinkle some in a fruit salad as a pre-meal snack to control appetite.
- Mix these seeds with water, sugar, honey and sometimes coconut milk.
- You could simply mix soaked basil seeds in a glass of milk and have it for breakfast.
- crush and mix Sabja seeds with coconut oil and apply on skin to cure skin problems.
Sabja Seeds should be avoided by children and pregnant women. Otherwise this is one of the best seeds you can have along with a host of others seeds like Chia Seeds, Cucumber seeds and Sunflower Seeds.
50gm, 100gm, 250gm