Health benefits of Tulsi
Tulsi is the magical herbs. Tulsi is also known as the queen of herbs. The Tulsi is also known as Holy Basil, is a key icon in the Hindu religious tradition and is worshiped in the morning and evening by Hindus at huge. Due to its holistic possessions Tulsi is widely used in many Ayurvedic and naturopathic medicines. Not only its leaves but also its flowers have the properties to fight a number of diseases. The followings are health benefits of Tulsi given as below.
Health benefits of Tulsi:
The juice of Tulsi leaves is very helpful as it helps to bring down the fever.
Squash up Tulsi leaves on an empty stomach will aid you get free of cold and flu.
Boil few Tulsi leaves in your drinking water and use it for gargling in case of a aching throat. It is also very helpful for the patients who are suffering from asthma and bronchitis.
Headache due to heat is very common. So, just make a paste of the basil leaves and sandalwood and apply it to the forehead. Its cooling effects will absolutely make you feel relaxed and calm.
Black basil juice plays a very important role for eyes infection. A few drops of black basil juice in the eyes can cure sore eyes.
Mix the dehydrated leaves of basil powder with mustard oil to make a paste, massage your gums with that paste and you can also use this paste for brushing your teeth as it will help to stop bad breath and disease like pyorrhea.
The juice of basil can also use to treat some skin problems such as –Leucoderma.
Insect bites are also very general especially during the monsoon season, hence the paste of basil aplication on that area where insect bites with its stings.
A combination of honey and juice of basil leaves will result in expelling renal stones through the urinary tract.
Now a day’s stress is also very common in our day to day life. If you don’t want to have a stressful (hectic) life then also try to eat 12 leaves of basil on a regular basis. These also leaves work as an adaptogen or anti-stress agent.