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Tulsi Plant


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Tulsi Plant

There has been an ever-growing debate on whether we can chew tulsi leaves. … According to popular belief, Tulsi is the wife of Lord Vishnu, thus chewing tulsi leaves is considered as a disrespectful act. However, that’s a religious take on the subject.

Holy basil is a plant. It is originally from India and is used in Ayurvedic medicine as an “adaptogen” to counter life’s stresses. It is considered a sacred plant by the Hindus and is often planted around Hindu shrines. The Hindu name for holy basil,Tulsi, means “the incomparable one.

10 Benefits of Tulsi
  • Fights Acne. Tulsi kills bacteria and infections, therefore it’s a great natural home remedy for acne and other skin irritations. …
  • Protects Against Diabetes. …
  • Helps Fight Cancer. …
  • Balances Hormones. …
  • Relieves Fever. …
  • Helps Improve Respiratory Disorders. …
  • Good Source of Vitamin K. …
  • Dental Care.
  • Relieves Headaches …

    How do you make Tulsi Tea?

    1. Combine the tulsi and 1½ cups of water in a deep non-stick pan, mix well and cook on a medium flame for 10 minutes, while stirring occasionally.
    2. Strain the water using a strainer in a deep bowl.
    3. Add the lemon juice and mix well.
    4. Serve warm.                                                                                                                                           Tulasipuja is a simple but ecstatic form of transcendental devotional service. Tulasi-devi is a pure devotee of Visnu or Krsna in the form of a plant. She can give pure devotion to the aspiring devotees


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