Basil growing is becoming one of the hottest trends in the culinary world.
This year, the plant is expanding in popularity with a new breed of basil called the green basil.
It has also made a comeback in traditional medicine, thanks to the use of basil oil.
But the new trend may be oversold.
While it’s easy to get a whiff of the green, basil grows better on the black.
That’s because basil is one of only a handful of plants in the world that has black skin.
The other plants are the green and purple varieties.
But, as a growing number of researchers are discovering, basil has some unusual qualities when it comes to nutrition.
These include high amounts of iron and magnesium, which help support the immune system.
And, according to the National Institutes of Health, the green variety of basil has more antioxidant power than the purple variety.
Researchers have found that green basil also has a higher content of vitamin C and vitamin E, which can help fight the buildup of red blood cells in the body.
These vitamins are also important in maintaining a healthy skin tone.
In fact, the researchers at the University of Kentucky say that it takes just a few minutes to prepare a meal with basil that tastes like a salad, and they recommend that people eat a serving a day.
According to a recent study published in the journal Nutrients, basil is also known for a number of health benefits.
It’s high in fiber and magnesium.
It also has an excellent antioxidant.
The researchers also found that the herb is an excellent source of folate, a mineral that’s important in the health of the brain and immune system, and is needed for the production of beta-carotene.
It is also important for the growth of healthy skin and nails.
And it has also been linked to a lower risk of heart disease.
The authors note that these effects could be a result of the antioxidant properties of the herb.
If you’re interested in learning more about basil, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recommends you consume it in moderation.
And if you’re concerned about it, it’s best to eat the herb as a snack or when it’s freshly picked.
The news of basil growing comes after a new study was published in PLOS One.
It found that growing basil leaves was linked to the survival of a whole host of bacteria in the human gut.
The bacteria that live in the intestines are often responsible for many diseases including asthma, cancer and rheumatoid arthritis.
The study also found the presence of the bacteria in a plant called a phytoplankton that was also found in the soil.
The phytoplankton is a microscopic layer of dead bacteria that are capable of absorbing nutrients from the soil and then moving into the soil for decomposition.
According the researchers, phyplankts are found in all types of soil, including compost and decaying vegetation.
The authors conclude that growing these plants in your garden can have positive health benefits and could help combat some of the health issues associated with a high prevalence of the common cold.