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Tulasi also known as Holy Basil or Ocimum sanctum; is one of the most common Ayurveda herbs found commonly almost every household in India.
Tulasi has anti bacteria activity and with its aroma it cleanses the environment. Tulasi supports the respiratory system. Because of its anti microbial, anti inflammatory and expectorant activities it is very useful in respiratory infections. Tulasi also works well in respiratory stress.
Effect on Doshas: Kapha Vata Shamak and Pittavardhak. So it is very useful in Kapha-Vata disorders.
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- Tulasi work as a cardiac tonic.
- Tulasi has insecticidal, deodorant and stimulant property.
- Tulasi is helpful herb in reducing edema due to its edema relieving actions.
- Tulasi is beneficial in all types of skin disorders.
- Tulasi the paste of the leaves is useful in chronic ulcers, and pain.
- Tulasi Juice is also used as eardrops in earache.
- Tulasi has a main action on respiratory system. When Tulasi leaves are given with honey, they act as an expectorant and alleviate the symptoms like cough induced by Kapha, dyspnoea and fever.
- Tulasi is a very good home remedy for common symptoms like cold and cough.
- Tulasi is useful in fever with chills and intermittent fever. Decoction of Tulasi leaves is also useful in chronic fever
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Parts Used: - Leaves, root and seeds.
Dosage: - Juice 10-20 ml, Powder of leaves – 3-5gm; Seed powder 3-6gm