Dried Basil Leaves
Basil leaves dried to keep the flavors and depth of the aroma of fresh basil for longer periods of time.
What makes it unique? Basil is the herb of choice for many chefs thanks to the strong aromas it adds to various dishes from several cuisines. It has also been used in traditional medicine to cure many health conditions including indigestion.
Find out more information about Humble Market’s Dried Basil Leaves below.
- Additional information
- Personal Wellness Benefits
- Environmental Wellness Benefits
- Serving Suggestions
- Storage Instructions
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25g, 50g, 15g
Personal Wellness Benefits
Good for digestion
Basil fortifies the digestive and nervous system and can also be a good remedy for headaches and insomnia. Basil also helps restore the body’s natural pH levels and feeds healthy bacteria within the gut microflora. A healthy gut flora increases immunity and promotes healthy digestion.
Has anti-inflammatory properties
Basil and its strong anti-inflammatory properties can prove to be a cure to a variety of diseases and disorders. The anti-inflammatory properties of basil may help lower the risk of heart disease, rheumatoid arthritis, and inflammatory bowel conditions.
Supports liver function
Basil’s strong detox properties may do wonders for your liver health. The liver is a very essential organ for the body as it plays a crucial role in metabolism. Basil may help prevent fat build-up in the liver and keep your liver healthy.
Environmental Wellness Benefits
Just like most, if not all, of our products, this is also refillable in-store!
We carefully look for delivery options that adhere to our zero-waste advocacy.
100% pure dried Basil leaves
Add to any dish you are cooking for more aroma and flavor. You may also add dried Basil leaves to cold beverages or be consumed as tea.
Basil Pesto Hummus
Thai Basil Chicken
Orange and Basil Juice
Store in a cool, dry place.
Are there other uses from basil leaves other than cooking?
Yes! You can also make tea from dried basil leaves. Simply put dried basil leaves on a cup of hot water. Add honey or coconut sugar if preferred.