Purple Basil Herbal Tea Nutritious Natural Dried 50g Packets
Did you know?
Purple Basil is a cultivar of Ocimum basilicum (sweet basil). The dark purple leaves are used in pesto or as a garnish. This attractive basil variety has won multiple awards for its beauty, flavor and ease of cultivation.
Purple Basil is great for…
Purple Basil leaves have a beautiful, coppery glow and clove-like, slightly spicy flavor. Use them in salads, for pesto or preserved in oils and vinegars.
Pairs well with…
- Olive oil
- Anything tomato
Tear fresh Purple Basil leaves rather than chop them as the metal from the knife can alter the taste. Like other types of basil, pick your Purple Basil leaves just before watering to get the most intense flavor, when the stems are starting to droop. You’ll see that all the flavor is concentrated in the fragrant leaves.
Like other basil, Purple basil is packed with Vitamin K, which helps with blood clotting and aids in bone strength. Used medicinally for its antioxidants and antibacterial properties, basil oil provides an immune system boost and combats aging and skin ailments.
- 50g Bags of Dried Marshmallow Flowers
- 2g x 20 Packets Tea Bags
- Private Label Custom Packaging available
- Minimum Wholesale Export Total Order $1000
- Per Tea kind is $200
What are the Benefits of Purple Basil Tea?
How To Make Purple Basil Tea :
- Add 1 Medium Spoon into A Boiled Cup Of Water
- Wait 2 -3 Minutes And Enjoy
Nutrition Facts For Purple Basil Tea :
A ¼-cup of fresh Purple basil leaves contains:
- Calories : 1.38
- Protein : 0.189 grams
- Fat : 0.038 grams
- Carbohydrates : 0.159 grams
- Fiber : 0.096 grams
- Sugar: 0.018 grams
The aromatic herb is a good source of:
Purple basil is rich in vitamin K, a fat-soluble micronutrient that helps support heart health and bone mineralization. In fact, one-half cup of fresh leaves contains almost your full daily recommended intake of vitamin K. The nutrient is also beneficial for digestive support and brain function.
- Keep In Cool Dry Place