Tulsi or Holy basil is a widely known herb in the family Lamiaceae. It is native to India and vastly cultivated throughout Southeast Asia.
Tulsi has proved to be highly effective in protecting our body from various infections and diseases of heart, liver, skin, kidney etc. So, Tulsi is rightly called the ‘Queen of Herbs’.
Tulsi is rich in Vitamin C and zinc. It thus acts as a natural immunity booster and keeps infections at bay. It has immense anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-fungal properties which protect us from a variety of infections. Tulsi leaves extract increases the T helper cells and natural killer cells activity, boosting the immune system.
Tulsi has anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties which help to fight infections, thus reducing fever.
Camphene, cineole, and eugenol present in Tulsi helps to reduce cold and congestion in the chest.
Tulsi contains compounds Ocimumosides A and B. These compounds reduce stress and balance the neurotransmitters serotonin and dopamine in the brain.
Anti-inflammatory properties of Tulsi reduce inflammation and blood pressure.
Phytochemicals present in Tulsi have strong antioxidant property. Thus, they help in protecting us from skin, liver, oral and lung cancers.
Tulsi has a profound effect on treatment and prevention of cardiovascular diseases by means of lowering blood lipid content, suppressing ischemia and stroke, reducing hypertension, and also due to its higher antioxidant properties.
Tulsi helps clear out the skin of blemishes and acne. It is rich in antioxidants, and that helps it to prevent premature ageing. Tulsi also strengthens our hair roots, thus preventing hair loss.
Antifungal properties of Tulsi prevent the development of fungus and dandruff.
Rich in eugenol and beta- caryophyllene, Tulsi is a powerful antioxidant, adaptogenic immunity-modulator and antimicrobial agent. It is excellent in the management of respiratory disorders and an effective stress buster.
Active Constituents: Eugenol and Carvacrol
Dosage: One capsule twice a day after food or as directed by physician.