The basil plant is native to India and other tropical countries of Asia. The basil plant is also called as sweet basil and is different from the Holy basil plant which is the plant Ocimum tenuiflorum also called Tulsi in India.
Sweet basil grows best in a hot and dry climate and is very cold sensitive. Though it prefers full sunlight it can be grown indoors in pots. The leaves may wilt in full sunlight but they soon recover on watering.
These black and tear shaped seeds(not to be confused with chia seeds whose colour varies from black to grey and white) are also called as sabja seeds, tukamaria seeds, falooda seeds or sweet basil seeds.
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