Ocimum sanctum Linn.

Ocimum sanctum Linn

Arabic Name : Raihaan, Baadharooj, Habaq
Bengali Name : Tulasi
English Name : Holy Basil, Sacred Basil, St. Joseph’s Wort, Sweet Basil
French Name : Basilic Saint
German Name : Indisches Basilikum, Tulsi-Basilikum
Gujarati Name : Tulasi, Tulsi
Hindi Name : Tulsi
Kannada Name : Kamakasturi, Ramakasturi, Tulasi
Kashmiri Name : Babri Beol (Seeds)
Latin name : Ocimum sanctum Linn.
Marathi Name : Tulasi
Persian Name : Baadhrooj, Baadhrooz, Nazbo
Punjabi Name : Tulasi
Sanskrit Name : Tulasi, Ajaka, Arjaka, Parnasa, Krishnamul
Urdu Name : Raihan, Tulsi, Franjmushk

Description :Tulsi also known as Ocimum sanctum, or holy basil, has been used medicinally in India for at least a few thousand years. Due to its reputation of improving a wide-spectrum of ailments, conditions and symptoms, tulsi is also nicknamed the “Queen of Herbs” in most regions of India. Tulsi displays many medicinal properties and is commonly used as a natural antioxidant, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory and adaptogen. Adaptogens are substances that have the ability to reduce stress levels by boosting immune response and balancing hormone levels.

Benefits of Raihan (Tulsi) :

  • Supports your healthy vision
  • Helps bolster your immune system
  • May even give your stamina a boost
  • Helps promote your healthy metabolism
  • Provides you with skeletal and joint support
  • Balances the health of your digestive system
  • Helps promote your respiratory system health
  • Aids you in supporting normal cholesterol levels
  • Helps you alleviate minor discomfort and irritation
  • Gives you antioxidant protection against free radicals
  • Helps you maintain blood sugar levels in the normal range
  • Provides you with a calming effect and relief from occasional stress
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