Holy Basil

by tracey

Holy BasilHoly Basil (also called Tulsi) is a pure essential oil that dates back to ancient times for religious and medicinal purposes.

Holy Basil (Tulsi) is a most worshipped plant in Hindu culture. It has a mythological background where Tulsi is considered Lord Krishna’s wife.

Literal meaning of Tulsi (Holy Basil) is most holy and unique that no other herb can compare to it. It is also a strong belief that those who plant Tulsi (Holy Basil) in their house never gets ill, as Lord Krishna has blessed this herb with these properties.

Holy Basil (Tulsi) has a chemical composition and particular odor that repels mosquitoes and flies so they do not come near the Holy Basil plant. Therefore by planting Holy Basil (Tulsi) in your garden prevents these insects in your home therefore rendering your home “safe” from any diseases carried by these insects.

Not only is Holy Basil (Tulsi) truly holy, the delicious flavour in cooking is well known.

In Thai cooking, Holy Basil is called Hot/Sacred Basil (or Bai Gkaprow). Holy Sacred Basil is best used in simple stir-fries, and together with garlic, fresh chillies and fish sauce. The wonderful flavor is perfect for any meat or seafood quickly prepared in your wok.

Basil 100% Pure essential oil is great for headaches and migraine. The Basil 100% pure LordKrishnaessential oil also eases digestive disorders, is effective for respiratory complaints such as sinus, asthma, bronchitis, emphysema and flu.

Basil 100% Pure essential oil imitates the oestrogen hormone and is therfore very beneficial  with menstrual problems.

As you enjoy this Holy Sacred Basil herb – treat your senses to this Hindu sacred Tulsi chanting.

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