Net Contains: 1 Kg
You’re going to discover some amazing sabja seed benefits, also known as sweet basil, Falooda seed or Turkmaria seed. … The herbs of the basil plant are known to very healthy and so are the seeds. These seeds are also called sabja seeds, Arabic falooda seeds, Thai holy basil (which is apparently different from holy basil), Tulsi, selashi and tukmaria. And are best known around the world for being the main ingredient in many sweet Asian drinks
• Helps in Weight Loss
• Reduces Body Heat
• Controls Blood Sugar Levels
• Relieves Constipation and Bloating
• Treats Acidity and Heartburn
• For Healthy Skin and Hair
• Cures Cough and Flu
How to Use:
Sabja seeds are most nutritious when soaked in water and consumed. They begin to swell at the touch of water, with a translucent white film coating each black seed, and they become twice their size. You can soak about two teaspoons of sabja seeds in one cup of warm water for about 15 minutes. Warm water causes the seeds to fully swell up releasing antioxidants and beneficial digestive enzymes.
These fragrant seeds do not really have a distinct taste and can be added to a variety of dishes for a nutrition boost. They are great as a garnish for drinks and desserts. Blended in a lemonade or sprinkled over kulfi, they impart their own fresh and grassy touch. You can munch on these seeds as a low-calorie snacking alternative. Add it to pastas or soups for a crunchy feel.