Tulsi is the most useful herb discovered till date. The aromatic plant is also called Holy Basil. Tulsi is a source of Vitamin C. It is widely used for medicinal and religious purposes. Tulsi is used as well as consumed in many ways such as in the form of tea, juice, fresh leaves, and dried powdered form. It carries antimicrobial properties and in massively used in ayurvedic medicines. The plant can be used to cure most of the common diseases. It is rich in anti-oxidants and also offers anti-aging benefits and is even useful for people with diabetes and people with heart disorders. It is a medicine for relieving stress. Also helpful for treating asthma, cold, sore throat, fever, skin problems, kidneys problems, oral, dental problems, etc.
- Reduces blood glucose levels
- Helps in building up stamina
- Reduces cholesterol levels and blood pressure
- Useful in treatment of respiratory system disorders
- Acts as a mouth refresher
- Acts as an anti-stress agent
- It’s an excellent anti biotic, germicidal, fungicidal and disinfectant and very efficiently protects our body from nearly all sorts of bacterial, viral and fungal infections.
- It acts as a vaccine against pox if used regularly.
- Beats cancer
- Helps to quit smoking
- Keeps skin and hair healthy
- Cures headache
- Natural remedy for anxiety
- Home remedy for acne
- Balances hormones
How to Use Tulsi?
There are many ways to consume Tulsi. It is a popular ingredient in India that’s consumed as a tulsi tea. It boosts metabolism and helps with weight management. Tulsi tea is relaxing, and it balances our system and improves the immunity. It increases the resistance to stress and chronic fatigue syndrome. Tulsi oil is used in lotions, soap, perfume, shampoo, and conditioner. The oil can also be diffused in the house, and the smell which carries immune-boosting properties can be inhaled as well.