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Basil

Spice that comes from the plant Ocinum Basilicum. Small herb, one-year, which is mostly found in India and in Iran and widely cultivated in France, Hungary in North America and the Mediterranean. There are several varieties of the plant that are differentiated from each other by the color and size of the leaves and the flowers. Blooms from July to September. The plant contains essential oil which was taken after distillation and is used in seasoning and the aromatopoiia.Ta dried leaves have an aroma resembling aniseed sweetness and intense flavor perhaps slightly peppery flavor. Basil is used in cooking to flavor sauces, meat and fish as well as in soups and sauces. Combined nicely with garlic, rosemary, sage and raw oil. Used the decoction, with the many healing properties as well as in kneading breads, something found only in Greek paradosi.To rich flavor due to the volatile oil it contains and also contains camphor, which gives it a very warm and dry character. Mainly acts as an antidepressant, antiseptic, stimulates the adrenal cortex, antiemetic, tonic, antipyretic, expectorant and soothe the itching. Sacred plant in some religions but also connected with the Greek religious tradition. Believed that basil grew Christ's tomb and the fragrance became the occasion to discover the grave. Besides, as used today on the feast of the Exaltation of the Cross and the Mystery of Sanctification, and formerly housed the festival next year.