Small black seeds which when soaked in water turn gelatinous and are then used in many tasty drink delights of Faluda and other kinds of Sherbet. Basil Seeds also go by the name Sabja Seeds and Tukmaria Seeds. Add this tasty treat to your kitchen and make different sorbets and sherbets with it. Indulge in the soft chewy delight that they give and make any drink stand apart. Best served when cold, these seeds will transform any simple drink into a cocktail!
1. Helps in Weight Loss
2. Reduces Body Heat
3. Controls Blood Sugar Levels
4. Relieves Constipation and Bloating
5. Treats Acidity and Heartburn
6. For Healthy Skin and Hair
7. Cures Cough and Flu
How to Eat Sabja Seeds
Sabja seeds are most nutritious when soaked in water and consumed. They begin to swell at the touch of water, with a translucent white film coating each black seed, and they become twice their size. You can soak about two teaspoons of sabja seeds in one cup of warm water for about 15 minutes. Warm water causes the seeds to fully swell up releasing antioxidants and beneficial digestive enzymes.