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Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Ever cared the aromatic little green organism always seen & watered in traditional home

Just thinking the Medicinal Benefits of Tulsi (Holy Basil) but the whole era of tradition flamed.

Tulsi is an aromatic plant which is common in the tropics. It is cultivated on a large scale, and also grows as a weed. It has strongly scented, small leaves and purple flowers that grow in racemes. Throughout India, it is grown for religious and medicinal purposes (you will find it growing in many Indian homes, where it is worshipped every day).

The medicinal benefits of Tulsi are many, and some may be listed as follows:
Tulsi when boiled and added to tea, along with cardamom brings relief in case of high temperature, especially with children.
Chewing tulsi leaves soothes sore throat. Tulsi is a constituent of most Ayurvedic cough syrups, along with honey. Also, gargling with tulsi leaves provides relief in case of cough and throat infections.

It has been shown that the plant lowers cholesterol level in blood, making it useful in case of heart disease. People who suffer from renal infections also find tulsi useful, as it is a purifier, and it is also recommended in case of stomach disorders.

Being antiseptic in nature, tulsi is traditionally used to provide relief in case of insect bites or stings. Juice of the leaves is used here, and it is to be applied every three or four hours for faster healing.

Those who lead a stressful life can benefit from tulsi, as it is a strong adaptogen. With its strong,  comforting aroma, it can relax sore muscles and also ameliorate headaches. At the end of a long day, bathing the wrists with tulsi leaves steeped in hot water is very comforting.

Face packs and face wash often contain extracts of tulsi, along with neem and turmeric. It is antibacterial and acts on acne and pimples to give you healthy skin, naturally, without any side-effects.

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