Tulsi is sacred and a very spiritual herb that when used medicinally or culinary gives the most delicious aromatic smell and leaves your spirit and body feeling purified, sanctified, and grounded. Used medicinally in Ayurvedic medicine as a powerful adaptogen that can help heal the root chakra, strengthen the adrenals, regulate hormones, and balance the endocrine system. It is a wonderful heart chakra ally opening the heart and strengthening the lungs as a respiratory tonic for asthma and chronic bronchitis. Cultivated as a culinary aromatic herb as well used in stir fry’s, curry’s, fruit desserts, and more. Commonly used for sore throat, common cold, fever, headaches, and helps relieve stress and boost immunity as well as protect the body from free radicals.
Tulsi, also known as Holy Basil is a perennial herb with woody stems, oblong blade leaves with green to purple tint. With whorls of flowers that grow up in stalks that produce tiny purple flowers that remain after flowers and fruits have left making it easy to recognize once known. Sacred in India and used in religious ceremonies as an earthly manifestation of the goddess Tulsi in Hindu religion, that is said to bring peace, harmony, and the reminder to come home to yourself and nature. Very conscious shifting and a wonderful herb to uplift, remove stagnant energy from grief or illness, and strengthen the whole being, body, mind, and spirit. Drinking or using Tulsi just feels like heaven and cleanses your whole aura to feel blissful, supported, and loved.
Tulsi Extract: 1 oz
1 dropperful (15-30 drops) in 2 ounces of water or juice twice daily as needed.
Considerations for Use:
Before taking any supplements, you should consult with your naturopathic doctor or physician prior to taking if you are on any prescription drugs, are pregnant, or breastfeeding.