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Basil Leaf, Cut
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Basil Leaf, Cut (California) 1 oz 528343 $7.35
4 oz 528344 $18.38
8 oz 528345 $27.18

California Basil is also known as Sweet Basil or Great Basil. It is greener and sweeter than most imported basils.
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GMP - Good Manufacturing Practice - ZooScape LLC Basil Leaf, Cut <BR>(Egyptian) Basil Leaf, Cut <BR>(Egyptian) Basil Leaf, Cut <BR>(Egyptian) Basil Leaf, Cut <BR>(Egyptian)

Basil Leaf, Cut
(Egyptian)

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Basil Leaf, Cut (Egyptian) 1 oz 528346 $3.24
4 oz 528347 $7.21
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Our cut Egyptian Basil Leaf (Ocimum basilicum) is slightly more anise-like in flavor and less sweet compared to California Basil. Also known as Great Basil and Sweet Basil, Egyptian Basil is much more affordable than the greener California Basil.
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Basil

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Basil - 450 mg 100 capsules 511888 $17.40
Basil Powder 4 oz 511889 $12.80
1 oz 511890 $8.05
Basil Cream 2 oz 523865 $18.44
Basil Salve 2 oz 523866 $20.23
Basil (Ground) 1 oz 525419 $4.47
8 oz 525421 $10.33
4 oz 525420 $7.35

• Effectively expels flatulence, eases abdominal pain and more.
Medicinal Usage

In his Family Herbal, John Hill states, "Basil is little used for health, but it deserves to be much more. A tea made of the green plant is good against all obstructions. No simple is more effectual for gently promoting the menstruation, and for removing the complaints which naturally attend their stoppage:" In old herbal literature, crushed leaves can be used to help support the stings of bees and scorpions. Basil can be used to help support mild nervous disorders and rheumatic pains. A snuff of the dried leaves can be used to help support nervous tension headaches. In Central America, 0. basilicum is put into the ears to help support deafness. The Chinese use basil to help support stomach spasms and kidney ailments, and to help promote blood circulation before and after childbirth. Mexican s use basil for menstrual and labor pains. For earache, the powdered leaves are steeped in olive oil.

0. basilicum has stomachic, tonic, carminative, galactogenic, emmenogogic, and stomach ache relief qualities.

The essential oil of basil contains delta-linalool and estragole as the main components, with varying amounts of methyl cinnamate, eugenol, borneol, ocimene, geraniol, anethole, safrole, camphor, and other components. Concentrations of these chemicals vary greatly depending upon the species, variety, time of harvest, soil, and weather . Basils having a strong clove scent contain high amounts of eugenol-clove bud oil contains up to 90 percent eugenol. Basil oil reportedly has disinfectant qualities. The oil is used commercially for fragrance in perfumes, soaps, toothpastes, mouthwashes, and in flavoring liqueurs such as chartreuse.

General Herb Information

Basil is probably the most widely cultivated herb in gardens. The genus Ocimum is represented by over 160 species of annuals and short-lived perennials native to warm temperate regions of Asia, Africa, and South and Central America.

Ocimum basilicum and its large-leafed 'Italian' and 'Lettuce Leaf' varieties are extensively cultivated in the United States. Most seeds sold as sweet basil are usually one of these varieties. 0. basilicum is an erect, branched annual and grows three feet high. The leaves are bright green, smooth, oval, and acutely pointed, with entire or slightly toothed margins. Leaves of 0. basilkum are about 1 to 2 inches long, though the leaves of the lettuce leaf variety may reach four inches in length. Flowers are arranged on racemes. They are one-fourth to one-half inch long, in whorls (verticillasters) of six flowers, with two opposite groups of three flowers. The whorls may be compact or spaced some distance apart. Two tiny leaf-like bracts are arranged opposite one another below each whorl. The cup-like calyx has a broad, rounded upper lip, its margin curving upward. The lower lip has four sharp pointed lobes, two on the sides and two at the lower edge. The flowers are white to purple in color, with broad four-lobed upper lips and a narrow four-lobed lower lip. The black seeds are about one-sixteenth of an inch in diameter and produce mucilage when soakd in water.

Ocimum basilicum 'Purpurascens purple basil', has deep purple stems and leaves sometimes mottled with green. The flowers are lilac toward the centers, becoming a paler white-lavender on the flower's edges. The cultivar 'Dark Opal': developed in the 1950s at the University of Connecticut, is consistently purple with no mottling.

Ocimum basilicum 'Citriodora', lemon basil, has a pleasing citrus scent. It grows to be about a foot tall and has small leaves about five-eighths inch wide and 1 inches long. This tender annual hails from Southeast Asia and Australia.

a kilimandscharicum, camphor basil, is a tender perennial native to tropical Africa, growing more than three feet high. The leaves have a strong camphor odor and are about one inch wide and three inches long. This is a good perennial for southern climates but will not survive a freeze. Unlike sweet basil, the leaves of this species have tiny hairs, giving it a grayish cast. It is best propagated from cuttings. The racemes may be up to one foot long.

0. sanctum, holy basil, is a native of Malaysia and India. It grows from one foot to two feet tall and has many branches. In India it is called tulasi and is venerated by the Hindus. Tn/an can be used as an amulet to protect the body in life and death and is a "giver of children". An immortal plant of the gods, it is worshipped in hymns and embodies perfection itself-the mystery of the creator is in the mystery of tulasi. According to Helen H. Darrah, author of The Cultivated Basilc, in the United States most seed sown as a sanchim or "spice basil" is probably a hybrid of 0. canum and O. basilicum var: True O. sanctum is seldom seen in gardens.

O. gratissimum L., East Indian or tree basil may grow six feet tall in regions with no frost, and the hairy leaves may be as long as six inches with a width of 3 inches, though the plant seldom attains such size under cultivation in North America. Smaller forms grow from two to three feet tall. It has a strong clove scent. Basil is started from seed sown indoors in late March or early April, or directk in the garden as soon as the danger dfrost has passed and the soil has warmed up. Seed germinates in five to fourteen days, blooming begins eight to ten weeks after planting, and full bloom takes twelve to fourteen weeks. Seeds may rot in a cold damp soil. Seed may also slip up to the soil's surface after a rain because of the slippery coat produced by the mucilage in the seed. Sow to a depth of one-fourth to one-half inch. The seed will remain viable for over a decade if refrigerated. About six pounds of seed will plant an acre.

O. basilicum and its varieties like a fairly rich, moist garden soil and full sun. If the soil is too rich, the plants will produce lush leaf growth with poor oil content. The soil should be well-aerated-a double-dug bed is perfect for basil culture. The soil pH should fall between 5 and 8. Cultivate the plants when young, being careful not to damage the fast-growing root system. After the first crop is cut, the soil around the roots should not be disturbed. Pull weeds by hand. Give basil seedlings eighteen-to twenty-four-inch spacings. Water basil at the base of the plant as cold water may produce spotting on the leaves-especially if it's watered in the morning and exposed to intense sunlight. The basils are tender annuals, usually succumbing to the first frost. An acre of basil may produce one to two tons of dried leaf. Leaf harvesting may begin just before the plants bloom. At this time, the lower leaves begin to turn yellow. Cut three to six inches above the ground to insure a good second growth. For fresh harvest pinch off the flower buds as they develop, causing the plants to branch. Take leaves as needed. From the field to the drying area, basil must be handled with care. Bruising the leaves releases the essential oil and causes the leaves to turn black. Basil has a fairly succulent stem and takes longer to dry than other herbs. Basil is perhaps the most useful cooking herb with diverse culinary potential. It is excellent with tomato dishes, carrots, green beans, lentils, zucchini, chicken, red meats, and fish. Chop fresh leaves for soups and salads. Use the following recipe for a delicious pesto:
  • 1 cup fresh basil leaves
  • 1 cup fresh parsley
  • leaves
  • 1/2 cup olive oil
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 3 cloves fresh garlic
  • 1 handful of chopped almonds
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Mix ingredients in blender starting out with the olive oil and about one-fourth of the basil and parsley. Slowly add the remaining ingredients. Serve cold on pasta or any of the foods mentioned above.

Make basil vinegar for salads by placing one plant's leaves in a pint of your favorite wine, rice, or cider vinegar.

Basil is high in vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium, and iron, and contains about 14 percent protein and over 60 percent carbohydrates.

Basil is also known by the names Sweet Basil, Garden Basil, Common Basil, Lui Le, Tulsi, and St. Josephwort. The name originates from the Greek "basilikon phuton," meaning "kingly or royal herb." Basil is an annual plant found wild in the tropical and subtropical regions of the world. The bushy stems grows to 1 to 2 feet high. Basil has an upright stalk, branching on all sides with two leaves at every joint....a little snipped about the edges. It is also grown in gardens mid to late summer.

Basil has a rich and fanciful history. In the first century A.D., Roman naturalist Pliny reported that Basil regulates flatulence, which had been subsequently proven true. In the Far East, the herb had been used as a cough suppresants, and in Africa, it can be used as a disinfectant. Colonists considered Basil the essential ingredient in a snuff used to ease headaches. In India, Basil was held in such high esteem that it was used in courts to swear upon, and next to the Lotus it was considered one of the most sacred plants. This plant can be used as an embalming herb in Ancient Egypt. In some parts of Mexico, Basil is carried in one's pocket to attract money and to keep a lover faithful.

The above ground portion of this plant is used for health benefits. Primary chemical constituents of Basil include essential oil (estragol, eugenol, lineol, linalol), caffeic acid, tannins, beta carotene, and vitamin C. Basil is aromatic, and carminative. It will help to expel flatulence, and ease griping pains in the abdomen. The essential oil obtained from this plant contains camphor. This herb is best known for it's many culinary uses. Health-wise,Basil can also be tried to help support various topical applications - as a poultice or salve for insect bites, and acne; as a gargle or mouthwash for thrush; as a bath herb for support for healthy levels of energy; and as an eyewash for tired eyes. The essential oil of Basil is added to massage oils for sore muscles. And the dried herb was burned as an antiseptic incense. Having a pot of Basil on the table also helps to repel flies and mosquitoes. The juice can be applied to infections. Basil is antispasmodic, carminative, galactagogue, and stomachic. It had been sometimes used for whooping cough as an antispasmodic.

SWEET BASIL (Ocimum basilicum), a member of the mint family, native to tropical Asia, Africa and the Pacific Islands, was the most sacred plant in the Hindu gardens of India, worshipped by all members of the family. Its name is derived from the Greek basilicos - royal. Sweet basil has been used since pre-Christian times as a cooking herb.

Medicinal Usage

Basil leaves were used in wine as a tonic for digestion complaints and, although a stimulant, to help soothe nerves. When crushed, they could be used to help support headaches and nasal colds.

Culinary Usage

Basil, preferably fresh, seasoned medieval sauces, soups and thinks. Although versatile, it is one of the few herbs that increases its flavour when cooked, and should be used sparingly.

Miscellaneous

Thought to be a native of south-east Asia, basil has been cultivated in Europe from at least Roman times. As it likes a warm Mediterranean climate, it is difficult to grow in Britain. Because it releases its scent when walked upon, basil was a useful herb for strewing on floors to cover offensive smells. It also, reputedly, repelled flies. The oil is not only used in health, but also for making perfumes and incense.

Our Ground Basil Leaves are an all natural herbal spice, with no additives, or fillers. Basil has a warm and sweet, delicate minty flavor. It is terrific when added to sauces, meats, salads, soups, dressings, and much more!
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Karen04-01-2008

basil powder

This basil powder is just like the powder in McCormick's Herb and Garlic packet which isn't sold anymore. I like to put butter or olive oil on pasta and then sprinkle the basil powder on to taste and then sprinkle a lot of shredded parmesan on top. Pesto Pasta.

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