Basil is an excellent antibiotic, it has bactericidal, antifungal and disinfectant properties, and very effectively protects the body from almost all types of bacterial, viral and fungal infections. High temperatures are most often caused by protozoa (in the case of malaria), bacteria (typhoid fever), viruses (influenza), and even allergic substances and fungi. Actually, the heat itself is not a disease. This is only a symptom that indicates that our body is fighting infection. Thanks to the powerful disinfectant, bactericidal and antifungal properties of basil, all these pathogens are destroyed and the temperature drops. Vitamin C, camphene, eugenol and cineol contained in the essential oils of basil, not only treat infections in the lungs, but also relieve inflammation. Basil contains vitamin C and antioxidants such as Evengol, which protect the heart from the harmful effects of free radicals. In addition, Evengol, a component of the essential oils of basil, helps to reduce blood cholesterol levels. Basil, by its nature a detoxifier and mild diuretic, helps reduce the level of uric acid (the main culprit in kidney stones) in the blood, and also cleans the kidneys due to its diuretic properties. Acetic acid and some components of the essential oils of basil contribute to the dissolution of stones. In addition, basil has analgesic properties and reduces pain with kidney stones. . If basil is used regularly, it can serve as a smallpox vaccine. It has anti-carcinogenic properties and is an effective treatment for tumors and almost all types of cancer. Due to its expectorant properties, it is very effective in treating cough and cold. It helps reduce pains during labor pains, cures gastroenteritis, cholera, whooping cough, measles, epidemic parotitis, rheumatism, nausea, urinary infections, and destroys worms.