Basil Seed Powder

Wholesale Bulk Basil Seed Powder Suppliers in USA

Common Name:

Basil Seed Powder

Botanical Name:

Ocimum tenuiflorum



Plant Parts Used:




Color & Appearance:

Black Colored Powder

* (due to the nature of natural ingredients, color may slightly vary)

Mesh Size:

60 ~ 80 mesh


USDA, EU, Kosher

Country of Origin:


Product Applications:

Nutraceuticals, Cosmetics, Herbal Teas, Capsules, Tablets, Functional foods & beverages

Product Offerings:

Basil Seed Powder

Medikonda Nutrients is the Largest Manufacturer, Wholesale Supplier, Bulk Distributor, Exporter of USDA Organic Basil Seed Powder. Majority of the ingredients are available in stock at our warehouse in USA.


Basil Seed Powder: Overview

Basil seed powder is a finely ground form of basil seeds, derived from the seeds of the Ocimum basilicum plant. These tiny black seeds have been used for centuries in various cultures for their potential health benefits. Basil seed powder is rich in essential nutrients such as fiber, vitamins (like A, K, and C), and minerals (including iron, magnesium, and calcium). It is often incorporated into diets for its potential digestive and gut health benefits due to its high fiber content. When mixed with liquids, the seeds develop a gel-like outer layer, similar to chia seeds, making it a popular addition to beverages, desserts, and even as a vegan egg substitute in some recipes. Additionally, the powder may offer mild cooling effects and could be used to alleviate heat-related discomfort. However, as with any supplement, it's advisable to consult a healthcare professional before incorporating basil seed powder into your diet, especially if you have underlying health conditions or are on medications.

Product Certifications


Private Labeling Options

Powders: Packed in eco-friendly Pouches or Canisters in customized sizes

Capsules & Tablets: Packed in bottles of 60ct, 90ct or 180ct

Oils: Packed in glass bottles with dropper in 100ml, 4oz or customized sizes

private labeling options

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