PAMOSA TULSI DROPS (20ml)
Tulsi, The Queen of Herbs, Anti-oxidant, Angi-Aging, Anti bacterial, Anti Viral, Anti Septic, Anti-Cough, Demulcent, Stimulant, Carminative, Diuretic.
In Ayurveda, Tulsi (Holy Basil) is considered as a tonic to retain youth & avoid aging. Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Phytonutrients & the essential oils in Tulsi, are excellent anti-oxidant, protects the body from nearly all the damages caused by the free radicals.
Also known as “tulasi,” “Holy Basil,” “The Incomparable One” and “Elixir of Life,” tulsi is an herb used in Ayurveda.
Types of Tulsi
The tulsi plant (Ocimum sanctum L. or Ocimum tenuiflorum L.) is a close relative of culinary basil (Ocimum basilicum), but it is differentiated by its medicinal properties and some physical characteristics. There are three main types of tulsi plants:
- Rama Tulsi (also known as Green Leaf Tulsi) – A green tulsi with light purple flowers and an aromatic, clove-like scent (thanks to its chemical component of eugenol, which is the main aroma in cloves) and mellower flavor.
- Krishna Tulsi (also known as Shyama Tulsi or Purple Leaf Tulsi) – A purple plant with a clove-like aroma and peppery flavor.
- Vana Tulsi (or Wild Leaf Tulsi) – A bright, light green tulsi plant that grows wild and is indigenous to many areas of Asian and North/East Africa; it has a more lemony aroma and flavor.
- Kapoor Tulsi is popularly known as the Holy Basil to us. The sacred Tulsi plant that we adore, worship and respect at home is considered to be one of the plants with immense medicinal properties. In fact, scientists all over the world have been doing extensive research to discover its vast potential that could serve as a natural remedy for various life-threatening diseases.
Kapoor Tulsi is specially kept at homes because of the sweet fragrance – a scent that can drive away insects; Particularly it keeps away disease-causing mosquitoes thus acting as natural mosquito repellants.
Of the three types of tulsi, Krishna Tulsi is often considered to be the most beneficial to health, followed closely by Rama Tulsi. Vana Tulsi has less potency, but it is sometimes blended with other types of tulsi for a more pleasing flavor. In Ayurvedic practice, common uses of tulsi include treatments for:
- Asthma, bronchitis, colds, congestion, coughs, flu, sinusitis, sore throat and similar ailments
- High blood pressure and high cholesterol
- Headaches, earaches, and eye disorders
- Skin diseases and insect bites
- Cramping, gastric disorders, indigestion, intestinal parasites, mouth diseases, ulcers, and vomiting
- Diabetes and blood sugar imbalances
- Joint pain and rheumatoid arthritis
- Kidney stones