Price And Quantity Minimum Order Quantity : 5 Kilograms Price Range : 50.00 - 100.00 INR/Kilograms Product Specifications Style : Instant Processing Form : Raw Shelf Life : 7-10 Days Product Description With the support of our team, we have been able to provide our valued clients with the best Basil. They ensure to process this herb incorporating advanced technology in line with the established parameters of the industry. Keeping in mind divergent demands of the clients, we offer these herbs in different quantity packagings. Notable features: Various health benefits Longer shelf life Unadulterated Rich aroma Imparts rich taste to the cuisines No added fillers Other information: Ready to use Hygienically dried Organically cultivated herb Basil is available in fresh leaves and in dried leaves Fresh leaf has a sweet, clove like spiciness taste Basil is primarily used in sauces, pizzas, salads and pasta dishes Trade Information Payment Terms : Cash in Advance (CID), Cash Advance (CA) Supply Ability : 10000 Kilograms Per Week Delivery Time : 2-7 Days Main Export Market(s) :" Africa, Middle East, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, South America, North America, Central America, Australia, Asia Main Domestic Market : All India
Botanical Name: Ocimum basilicum L. * The dried leaves and tender four sided stems are used as spice for flavouring and for extraction of essential oil. Apart from flavouring numerous foods, it is used for seasoning in tomato paste products. The sweet basil oil is widely used in perfumery compounds. It has application in areas of medicine and also used as an insecticide and bactericide. DESCRIPTION * Basil also known as French Basil or Sweet Basil or Tulsi is an erect glabrous herb, 30-90 cm high is indigenous to India. The leaves of basil have numerous oil glands with aromatic volatile oil. The herb bears cluster of small white lipped flowers in racemes. The freshly picked bright green leaves turns brownish green when dried and become brittle and curled. The major types are American Basil, French Basil, Egyptian Basil and Indian Basil. ORIGIN AND DISTRIBUTION * It is indigenous to the lower hills of Punjab and Himachal Pradesh and is cultivated throughout India. It is also cultivated in Southern France, Egypt, Belgium, Hungary, and other Mediterranean countries and also in USA.
Overview Adding essential oils to food and drinks creates entirely new and enhanced flavour profiles. Basil oil is an essential oil with very diverse possibilities. It can be added to both savoury and sweet dishes as well as drinks. Its bright green colour also visually enhances dishes. Common Uses Bright green basil oil is most commonly used in Italian cooking such as Caprese salads. It is also used to brighten up egg dishes such as scrambled eggs, fried eggs and omelettes. Baked potatoes are spruced up by adding basil oil to the dish just before serving. It is also a perfect addition to salad dressings, marinades, bread rubs, and one of the essential oils that replaces the real, fresh basil best. Recommended Storage The ideal storage of essential oils is to keep it refrigerated, as the fridge keeps the components that make up the oils at their optimal levels. If you don't have space in the fridge, you can keep it in a cool, dark place. Essential oils have a shelf life of one to five years. You should however replace essential oils after three years to gain the most benefits out of the essential oils.
We are Silver Roots Agro, Mumbai, INDIA We are suppliers and Exporters of Tulsi Leaves from India We have 3 Varieties of Tulsi Leaves Type 1: Tulsi Leaves (90% Leaves and 10% Stem) Type 2: TBC or T Cut Tulsi Leaves (98% Leaves and 2% Stem) Type 3: Tulsi Leaves (75% Leaves and 25% Stem) We also provide Tulsi Powder
Basil Greenish grey color. Basil leaves or crushed. Same smell of the fresh basil. Free of alive or dead insects. Free of mouldy or bad smell. Moisture max 12%. Vaporous oil min. 0.3%. Admixture max 1%. Stem and seeds max. 3%. Dried yellow or brown leaves max. 5%. Packing in new P.P bags each about 25 or 50 kgs net.
Collected from farms. Sun-dried at 8% humidity. Machine separation stems from leaves. Cleaning and impurities. Packing for export in paper, bags, and polypropylene bags 99% purity 1 %Admixing 5% moisture
Basil is producing from our farms in a High Quality , Our products are cultivated and dried according to ISO standard. and using in many fields such as : Aromatic Industries , Food , Pharmaceutical and Oils , Spices and Feed. Packaging Terms : 10 KG, 15 KG, 20 KG :- Paper and Bags. Lowest Quantity : 1x20' FCL. Shipping Terms : FOB. Port : World Wide.
Specifications Greenish grey color. Basil leaves or crushed. Same smell of the fresh basil. Free of alive or dead insects. Free of mouldy or bad smell. Moisture max 12%. Vaporous oil min. 0.3%. Admixture max 1%. Stem and seeds max. 3%. Dried yellow or brown leaves max. 5%. Packing in new P.P bags each about 25 or 50 kgs net.
Basil is a bright green, leafy plant, Ocimum basilicum, which is in the mint family. ... Basil is widely used in Italian cuisine and is often paired with tomatoes. It is also used in Thai cooking.
The basil seeds that are used for eating are the seeds from the sweet basil plant, Ocimum basilicum. The leaves and oil of holy basil are used in Ayurvedic medicine for many purposes, but typically not the seeds. Sweet basil seeds are a similar size as chia seeds.
Green type ( Ram Tulsi) and Purple type (Krishna Tulsi) Bot .Name: Ocimum sanctum Thulsi ia an aromatic medicinal plant is often taken in combination with other herbs. The fragrant leaves and flowers, in the form of tincture, tea or decoction are considered to be stomachic and expectorant, used in treating coughs, bronchitis, skin diseases, and diarrhea. These preparations are considered to be prophylactic against epidemics including cholera, influenza and malaria. The tulsi seeds, taken mixed in water, juice or cowÃ¢??s milk, are antioxidant, nourishing, mucilaginous and demulcent. They are used in treating low energy, ulcers, vomiting and diarrhea or as an overall tonic. The powder of the dried root, taken in milk, ghee or as a decoction, is recommended to treat malarial fever as an analgesic application to the bites and string of insects and also to increase sexual stamina and prevent premature ejaculation. The herb improves resistance to stress and has a normalizing influence on blood pressure and blood sugar imbalances. Tulsi is likely to prove prophylactic against the negative effects of environmental toxins, including cancer. The plant is also richly endowed with bioavailabel antioxidants, vitamins A and C and calcium. It has marked insecticidal activity against mosquitoes.