Basil Tincture is an impressive antioxidative agent that is prepared from the homegrown Basil from the Mayernik Kitchen. Early in the morning when basil is juiciest and at the peak of its chemical content, it is harvested and diligently dried to preserve its signature color, taste, and aroma. Basil is extracted with grain alcohol (50%) for the maintenance of phytochemical equilibrium.
Basil tincture has antioxidant and adaptogenic properties which ultimately makes it anti-diabetic, anti-inflammatory, and anti-arthritic. It can also treat coagulation of blood, fever, diarrhea, loss of appetite, stomach spasms, flatulence, respiratory tract infections, viral infections, bacterial infections, fungal infections, and even nervous system disorders.
- MK Homegrown Basil
- Grain Alcohol (50%)
Take full dropper orally in water/tea.
You can also enjoy it as an addition to your favorite cocktail (or mocktail!)
The basil plant is said to have been in cultivation for 5,000 years. The plant is believed to have originated in India, but some reports say that the plant had actually originated from a region farther east from India in a time period as far back as 807 A.D. These reports state that the basil plant was grown in the Hunan region of Ancient China. After some time, the plant migrated to western regions where it was cultivated rapidly and is still being cultivated in modern times.
Through the course of history, the plant was believed to possess powers and was used as believed to give strength to its users. It was consumed during religious fasting and was used an antidote for religious fasting. In ancient Greece, the plant was used in mourning processes as the symbol of mourning. The ancient Egyptians also used the basil plant in embalming processes. Indians used the plant as a means of protection by planting it around their temples and in places of burials to protect the dead into the afterlife.
There were also several misconceptions associated with the plant. In medieval times, it was believed to be essential for cheering the spirit and serving as a tension reliever. In the same period, doctors also considered it poisonous. The plant was introduced to the western world in the 16th century when it was taken to Britain and then to North America in later years. It was naturalized in these regions and is grown widely in the Mediterranean region and in parts of America till today.
Basil Tincture Frequently Asked Questions
What is Basil Tincture?
Basil Tincture is a special herbal medicine preparation that is made from the parts of Mayernik Kitchen Homegrown basil plants. It is prepared by macerating basil plant parts in grain alcohol (50%) for elongated periods that can reach over a month. Time and time again, different studies prove that it can be used to support the treatment of bronchitis, diarrhea, malaria, stomach ulcers, insect bites, eye diseases, depression, anxiety, bacterial infections, viral infections, fungal infections, hypertension, high cholesterol, and stomach spasms.
Is Basil Tincture Safe for Children?
Basil Tincture is safe for children to consume. It can be given 1-3 times daily for a healthy immune and nervous system. It has DNA protective, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties which can help in taking care of your child.
Is Basil Tincture Good for Digestion?
Basil Tincture can help with digestive disorders, such as constipation, diarrhea, flatulence, loss of appetite, and stomach ulcers. It can even cater to bacterial and fungal infections of the gut.
Is Basil Tincture Good for your Respiratory Sysetm?
Basil Tincture can help in the treatment and prevention of viral respiratory tract infection. It can also help with bronchitis and inflammation associated with nasal lining. It scavenges the free radicals which might be the product of smoking, dietary metabolism, and dietary choice, leading to reduced oxidative stress and inflammation.
Is Basil Tincture Safe to Use During Pregnancy?
Basil Tincture is safe for pregnant women if consumed in food amounts. Consult with your doctor/pharmacist before starting a Basil Tincture regime.
Should I use Basil Tincture Everyday?
Basil Tincture can be used daily but its dose and schedule totally depend on the age of the user, ailment that is being addressed, and possible allergies.