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Home > Diet & Nutrition > Food List > Basil

BASIL

Basil & Chinese NutritionNature: warming

 

Actions: induces sweating, harmonizes stomach, antidote for seafood poisoning.

 

Conditions: wind-cold, vomiting, diarrhea, seafood poisoning.

 

Nutrition:

 

Basil contains flavonoids that provide antioxidant protection. The chemical components of its volatile oils have anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.

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