42+ Basil Seeds Nutrition Chart
Design Ideas. They also go by many other names, including sabja and tukmaria seeds. Basil seeds or the seeds of the ocimum sanctum plant are a popular ingredient in desserts and drinks in some parts of the world and have been used in ayurveda, unani, and traditional long‐chain polyunsaturated fatty acid sources and evaluation of their nutritional and functional properties.
*all the values are displayed for the amount of 100 grams. Basil seeds are similar in taste and texture to chia seeds but with twice the fiber, iron and potassium. Basil seeds are used in many medicines to treat different diseases.
Can be soaked by adding 150ml of water to 1tsp of seed.
Can be soaked by adding 150ml of water to 1tsp of seed. Basil seeds (1 g) contain(s) 0 grams of sugar, 190 milligram(s) of protein, 240 milligram(s) of fat, 0 grams of fiber and 450 milligram(s) of carbohydrate. These seeds offer immense health benefits, and contain almost double the amount of omega 3 fatty acids than compared to others. Important nutritional characteristics for seed.