Tulsi (Ocimum sanctum) belongs to family Lamiaceae commonly known as Ă˘€śSweet basilĂ˘€ť. It is considered as Ă˘€śQueen of herbsĂ˘€ť, In India it is worshipped in morning and evening, hence also known as Ă˘€śHoly basilĂ˘€ť. It is very good natural source of fighting against various bacterial and viral infections.
In the text of Ayurveda (Ancient traditional system of medicine from India) the leaves of Tulsi are considered as
Anti bronchitis, antiasthmatic and adaptogen
Scientifically the leaves are proven as
Anti viral and anti-infectious agent
Digestive and carminative
Take about 3 - 5 g of Tulsi Powder with water. Do not consume meal within 30 minutes of consuming it. For best results consult your health care provider. Do not consume milk with or immediately after taking tulsi.
Caution: Pregnant and lactating mothers should not consume.