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Cassia seed is the ripe seed of the annual plant Cassia obtusifolia Linn., or Cassia tora Linn., of the Leguminosae/Fabaceae family. The plant is native to the tropics. It grows wild in India. This is an upright plant with compound leaves in groupings of six. Bears 20-cm pods which contain many cylindrical seeds. In addition to being used as medicinal herbs, the seeds are also used as a mordant in dyeing. They can also be roasted and ground, used as a coffee substitute. The seeds of Cassia tora L. have been conventionally used throughout the Asian region for several centuries. Its roasted seeds have a favorable flavor, so it is used popularly as a tea in Korea. Cassia tora L. has been also prescribed in oriental herb medicine to treat night blindness, hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, and constipation The seeds of Cassia Tora are rhombohedral and brown in color, about 30 to 50 in number. The plant bears flowers in the rainy season and fruits in the winter. Application of Cassia Tora Seed Making Cassia tora tea. Cassia Tora is used as a coffee substitute and has a maturing and anodyne action. It is very useful in treating skin diseases like ringworm and itching or body scratch and psoriasis. Decoction of the fruit of Cassia Tora is used in the treatment of fever. It is consumed in worm infestation and cures the infection occurring in the body. Cassia Tora acts as a liver stimulant, mild laxative and heart tonic. The herb helps the body in maintaining the normal level of cholesterol. Its paste is used for treating skin ailments and also for getting rid of chronic diseases. Cassia Tora proves worthwhile in treating piles and hemorrhoids as well as relieving the pain caused on excretion. Its powder proves useful in combating indigestion, toning up heart muscles and purifying blood. The juice extracted from its leaves is used in case of skin ailments, rashes and allergies. It is also used as an antidote in case of various poisonings.
Also known as common basil, this type of basil is used mostly used in cuisines and also in medicines. Italian cuisines make the maximum use of this basil, and it is also used in Thai and Vietnamese cuisines. Their leaves are as tall as 2-3 inches and appear in bright green colour. It smells like a clove. In India, it is known by the name of Tulsi People suffering from arthritis can benefit a lot, when taken with food, as the basil is also equipped with anti-inflammatory properties. A staple in Southern European food, basil has become one of the most widely used spices in the world. It adds a delicately sweet flavor and warm aroma to savory dishes, and naturally combines with garlic, capers and tomatoes. Today, basil's flavor and aroma still rules in the Mediterranean, where its mild flavor often combines with oregano to enhance almost any tomato-based dish. Fields of the large-leaved annual dot the landscape of the region. Basil, an herb is generally known for its medicinal attributes. Leaves, flowers and the Basil Seeds are used in many medicines to treat different diseases. It is also a good source of vitamins and minerals and can be used to prepare foods including soups. Seeds provide concentrated nutrition and fiber. All the ingredients needed for plant germination are present in the seed, including carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals and fat. Many seeds provide nutrition, flavor and texture in a balanced diet, including poppy, sunflower, pumpkin and sesame seeds. Studies show that it provides a wide range of health benefits, from treating nausea to indigestion, diabetes, constipation, respiratory problems and so forth. There are additional health benefits people can get from adding basil seeds into their nutrition. Insufficient Evidence for Diabetes. Some early research suggests that a holy basil leaf extract might decrease blood sugar in people with type 2 diabetes. Common cold Influenza ("the flu") Asthma Bronchitis Earache Headache Stomach upset Heart disease Fever Viral hepatitis Malaria Tuberculosis Mercury poisoning Ringworm An antidote to snake and scorpion bites
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Proanthocyanidins 95% Packing & storage: packed in paper-drums and two plastic-bags inside. Store in a well-closed container and away from moisture. Net weight: 25kgs & .I.D.35cmíßh51cm Gross weight: 28kgs