With inebriating variety of flavours that range from mint and clove, to anise, pepper, eucalyptus and fresh herb, basil can be used both for infusions, cooking or terapeutical purposes.
Infusions. Poultry, meat and fish dishes, stuffings, pizzas, pasta, soups, salads and sauces, such as pesto sauce. Combines in perfect fashion with dishes that contain tomato, olive oil and cheese.
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Its use is recommended in case of: skin infections, such as mouth ulcers and frostbites; respiratory tract problems such as cough, throat aches and dysphonia; digestive issues such as colics and flatulency.
Basil has sedative properties, which mean that it is also used in cases of insomnia and fatigue. When applied to the skin, it is also effective as a mosquito repellent.
Doctor use recommendations should be asked for pregnant women, breastfeeding child and children.
Name : Basil (Ocimum basilicum L.)
Part of the plant used: Leafs
Flavour: inebriating variety of flavours that range from mint and clove, to anise, pepper, eucalyptus and fresh herb.
Appearance: light green leafs
METHOD OR PREPARATION:
Water temperature – 90 ° C
Quantity – 3g / L
Infusion time: 8 min
|Dimensions||6.3 × 4.3 × 8 cm|