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Top 15 Benefits of Sabja Seeds!
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Sabja seeds are popular these days, as studies have found that it helps in various things. It helps in weight loss, body heat, sugar levels, and much more.

Sabja seeds or popularly known as basil seeds have gained a lot of popularity these days, as studies have found that it helps in weight loss. 

It is such a rare combination of high protein, rich in fibers, and low in carbohydrates vegetarian options, which can be consumed with ease to reduce weight. One tablespoon (13 grams or 0.5 ounces)=7 grams of fibers.

Sabja seeds are not only used to reduce weight but carry many other health benefits. 

This article will help you to know those top 15 benefits of using SABJA SEEDS.

 

Top 15 benefits of using SABJA SEEDS!

Let us have a look at those health benefits in detail :

 

1. Sabja Seeds Helps in weight loss 

We all know Basil seeds work like magic in reducing weight, but how? What are the facts behind it? And how to consume for better results?

Sabja seeds should be soaked in water before consuming as they are hard to consume raw. 

When soaked in water, these seeds become gelatinous and can be consumed easily. 

They are best if taken empty stomach for weight loss though you can consume them with dal, salad, and curd. 

As they are gelatinous, they make your stomach feel full for a longer time, and you don’t crave unnecessary for food, which is the main reason for gaining weight. 

It reduces your appetite, which eventually makes you lose weight.

 

2. Sabja Seeds Reduces body heat 

Basil seeds are natural coolant. It soothes the stomach in the scorching summers. 

Also, it keeps the body hydrated hence help the body to fight with the heat outside. 

It pacifies the doshas like pitta and Vata. It is used in ice creams and sherbet for the cooling effect in summers.

 

3. Control blood sugar levels 

Yes, Sabja seeds can help patients with type 2 diabetes to control sugar levels. 

Patients who consumed Sabja seeds before their meals got better results in managing their sugar levels than those who didn’t.

 

4. Relieves constipation and bloatedness 

Sabja seeds are full of soluble fibers that help maintain efficient bowel movements. It contains pectin, which has prebiotic benefits which is good for gut health and relives in constipation and bloating. 

Also, it helps in cleansing the internal system.

 

5. Treats Acidity 

Sabja seeds have volatile oil, which helps in the cleansing of the stomach. The presence of pectin enzyme and cooling properties these seeds helps in releasing gas and treats Acidity and heartburn.

 

6. Promotes healthy skin 

Sabja seeds have flavonoids rich in antioxidants, which support the formation of new cells that help your skin maintain its radiance and get rid of skin problems.

Massage Sabja seeds powder mixed with coconut oil to your scalp will stimulate hair growth and will cure dandruff (1) too. 

So it is good to maintain healthy skin in every way, whether consumed or applied to affected areas with age spots and wrinkles.

It can also treat eczema and psoriasis if applied with coconut oil on the affected area.

 

7. Cures cough and Flu 

Sabja seeds have Antipasmodic property, which is capable of controlling whooping cough. 

The seeds relieve cough and Flu as they are a great immunity booster as well. There are many benefits of basil mentioned in Ayurveda to cure a cold and cough and Flu. 

In primitive times, All the flu symptoms were cured with the help if Ayurveda remedies.

 

8. Sabja Seeds helps maintain cholesterol level 

Basil seeds are a rich source of ALA ( Alpha-Linolenic Acid), which comes from omega-three fatty acids present in the seeds. 

That’s why these seeds can maintain cholesterol levels, as omega three is good for heart health. 

 

9. Rich source of minerals 

These seeds are the powerhouse of minerals and fibers, which essential for your body to stay healthy. 

Calcium and magnesium are needed to make muscles and bone health while Iron transports oxygen in the blood and maintain hemoglobin levels. 

They are not rich in minerals and fibers, but they are a good source of Iron as well.

 

10.Immunity booster 

Basil seeds boost immunity as basil have immunity-boosting properties. 

The seeds are low in calories and contain 42% of carbohydrates, 20% of proteins, and 25% of good fats, rich in minerals, fibers, and Iron. 

It contains omega3 fatty acids. So they are very rich in nutritional value hence boosts immunity.

 

11. Sabja Seeds Prevent the Risk of heart disease 

These seeds are rich in omega-three and Alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), which keeps the heart healthy and maintains cholesterol levels, which prevent the risk of heart strokes.

 

12. Oral Health benefits 

The seeds have Antibiotic, anti-fungal properties. It can cure mouth ulcers and dental issues like bad breath, plaque, and cavities. Also, it works as a mouth freshener and is capable of maintaining oral health.

 

13. Anti-inflammatory properties of Sabja Seeds

Basil seeds are Rich in Flavanoids, polyphenols that reduce the risk of cancer and help in the formation of new cells.

 

14. Sabja Seeds Reduces stress and anxiety 

Basil seeds have flavanoids, tannins terpenoids, which are the enzymes that reduce stress and anxiety, lifts your mood, and keeps a person happy. It also has memory-enhancing effects. 

 

15. Sabja Seeds Delay premature aging 

Basil seeds are rich in vitamin E and vitamin K. It provides necessary hydration to the skin, keeping it elastic hence reduces signs of aging. 

They reduce dark spots, age spots, and wrinkles. Also, it keeps the skin tight and fights with free radicals, which reduces wrinkles and delays premature aging by keeping the skin healthy.

So these were the TOP 15 BENEFITS OF SABJA SEEDS. 

 

The Final Word

People often get confused with chia seeds and Sabja seeds as they almost look the same. Let me tell you they both are different and not the same. 

Chia seeds also known as Tukmalanga are harder than Basil seeds they are soaked overnight before consuming while Sabja seeds are sweet basil seeds ( basil is known as Tulsi in Hindi) they swell up in seconds. 

Both are different seeds derived from two different plants, but both carry health benefits. This is the only similarity.

Basil seeds are good for overall health and are used not only for weight loss properties. 

I am sure after reading all these health benefits of Basil seeds. You will try to include them in your diet.

The health benefits of Basil seeds are mentioned in Ayurveda and are proven by medical science as well.  

 

 

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Alongside her graduation, she is pursuing her passion for content writing. She is young, raw, and continuously thriving for the best. Her hobbies include debates and travelling. Despite these nerdy things, she also likes to netflix and chill.

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Devanshi Singh
Devanshi Singh
Alongside her graduation, she is pursuing her passion for content writing. She is young, raw, and continuously thriving for the best. Her hobbies include debates and travelling. Despite these nerdy things, she also likes to netflix and chill.

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