Unit: 40 gr.
bag of freshly picked leaves of our plants. Cut with small portions to start using them.
In Ayurvedic medicine, holy basil has been used for thousands of years. However, it is only in recent decades (and especially in recent years) that began to gain popularity in the West.
The plant is said to be an adaptogen (a substance that enhances the body's ability to adapt to stress).
Adaptogens essentially cater to serve the body where it needs it most. Usually characterized as adaptogens are stress fighters, and this is where we find most of the research on tulsi.
While all scientific research on the plant that have been made in laboratory animals and have not been reproduced in humans, case after case of anecdotal evidence and thousands of years of use can not be wrong.
The holy basil has many beneficial properties such as:
- Adaptogenic (anti-stress)
These properties themselves may account for many potential benefits, including increased sense of well being, increased immune function, and disease prevention.
The known benefits of holy basil are:
- Memory Booster
- fever reducer
- Soothing Cough
- sore throat relief
- Soothing bites, cuts and scrapes
- headache treatment
- Increases renal function
- Balances the emotional health
- Eliminates acne
- Possible regulation of blood sugar