Vana Tulsi

Vana Tulsi (Organic)

This type of tulsi is usually grown for medicinal purposes and it is imbibed into Indian religious beliefs. It has light green leaves that are accompanied by a lemony aroma and flavor. Tulsi has been used for thousands of years in Ayurveda, a Hindu form of medical science, for its diverse healing properties. It has been the ‘Herb royale’ to the French, a sign of love by Italians, and a sacred herb in India. The plant is grown in homes, temples, and gardens all over India. Tulsi is considered to be an adaptogen, balancing different processes in the body. Marked by its strong aroma and astringent taste, it is regarded in Ayurveda as an “elixir of life” and believed to promote longevity.

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Benefits

  • Increased physical and mental endurance
  • Adds more oxygen and nutrients into the bloodstream
  • Boosts Cardiovascular Health
  • Treats Respiratory Illnesses
  • Lowers Cortisol Levels
  • Soothes Indigestion
  • Controls Blood Glucose Levels
  • Improves Liver Function
  • Helps with Weight Loss
  • Prevents Hair Loss
  • Improves Immunity
  • Used to treat skin problems like acne, blackheads, and premature aging

Applications/Use

  • Loose leaf tea, teabags, RTDs (ready-to-drink beverages)
  • Essential Oils
  • Mouthwash
  • Infused Ghee or Honey
  • Fresh Juice

Research

TULSI: THE ULTIMATE ADAPTOGEN

Tulsi or holy basil has been held in the highest regard in Ayurvedic medicine because of its healing capabilities. Today, it is being recognized for its ability to address chronic stress and its effects, as well as its potential anti-cancer properties. Tulsi (Ocimum sanctum) is an aromatic shrub, a relative of . . .

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TULSI: A REVIEW BASED UPON ITS AYURVEDIC AND MODERN THERAPEUTIC USES

Herbal plants are considered as the most significant source of medicines. These herbal plants are in practice from ancient times. Traditionally, all the parts of the plant are used for curing various diseases. One of the most important herbal plants is the Ocimum sanctum also called tulsi. This plant is considered . . .

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