Holy basil or Tulsi is a sacred plant of Hindu belief. Tulsi belongs to the family of mints and it is native to India and it is not just considered as a plant, it has a specific significance in the scriptures of the Religion. Traditionally, one will find Tulsi in almost every Indian household, it is said that keeping this plant in your home can invite good luck and prosperity.
Tulsi is also known as Ocimum sanctum or Holy Basil. It is also considered as ‘Queen of Herbs’ and can be consumed as ‘Ayurvedic’ medicine.
Tulsi is highly beneficial for humans, it has dynamic anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. It is used for most common ailments, cough and cold, sore throat, skin disorders and other bacterial and viral infections- chewing a few leaves of Tulsi daily will help to manage of health and resolve any other viral issues.