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Holy Basil / Tulsi Organic Loose Leaf

$9.99

Historically, Krishna tulsi has been a significant herb in Ayurvedic medicine and is revered as a sacred plant in India. It is commonly cultivated near temples and private homes. It has a peppery, crisp taste and is typically drunk as tulsi tea. The leaves smell of peppermint, cloves, licorice and/or lemon. Ayurvedic texts describe holy basil as a pillar of holistic herbal medicine. 

 

Health uses: Holy basil supports immune health to help you stay feeling your best. Holy basil has been revered throughout India for thousands of years. Elevates mood and spirit: relieves mild forms of depression, especially when induced from stress, nourishes the vital spirit (heart), promotes cheerfulness, helps with processing grief and fear.

  

Spiritual uses: As mentioned above, holy basil has ties to Ayurvedic medicine, which classifies every person’s energy into three components: kapha (earth), vata (air), and pitta (fire). Ideally, these three elements will work in balance, but they sometimes fall off-kilter. For those who have excess kapha, holy basil can help to reduce that earthy energy and bring the elements back into harmony.

Chinese medicine also recognizes holy basil as spiritually significant. In this tradition, practitioners use holy basil to craft a “shen tonic”, which is said to nurture the spirit.

In addition, some use holy basil as a simple balancing supplement or tincture; since it reduces stress, it’s great for balancing the chakras and finding your center.

 

Disclaimer: Any medicinal benefits given here are a product of my own research and as such should not be taken over the advice of trained medical professionals. If you are ill, please go and see a doctor. Always make sure that anything you consume is 100% safe. 

 

Latin Name: 

Ocimum tenuiflorum

Origin: United States

Form: Cut & Sifted
Plant Part:  Aerial Parts

Size: 4oz

ALL HERBS ARE. ORGANIC OR ETHICALLY WILDCRAFTED.

As mentioned above, holy basil has ties to Ayurvedic medicine, which classifies every person’s energy into three components: kapha (earth), vata (air), and pitta (fire). Ideally, these three elements will work in balance, but they sometimes fall off-kilter. For those who have excess kapha, holy basil can help to reduce that earthy energy and bring the elements back into harmony.

Chinese medicine also recognizes holy basil as spiritually significant. In this tradition, practitioners use holy basil to craft a “shen tonic”, which is said to nurture the spirit.

In addition, some use holy basil as a simple balancing supplement or tincture; since it reduces stress, it’s great for balancing the chakras and finding your center.

Holy Basil / Tulsi Organic Loose Leaf

$9.99
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