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Monthly event: Tulsi; Medicinal plant

by Asmita Gaire | 19-05-2019 16:42 recommendations 1 recommendations

Tulsi
 Scientific name: Ocimum tenuiflorum
 
 Tulsi famous as holy basil is famous for its healing and medicinal properties. It’s leaves, pollen, roots and stem has high medicinal value. Its leaves are helpful in sharpening memory and in curing fever and common cold. They also act as an anti stress agent and also help in purifying blood. It promotes Healthy Heart. Holy basil contains vitamin C and antioxidants such as eugenol, which protects the heart from the harmful effects of free radicals.
 * Anti-aging. 
 * Treats Kidney Stones. 
 * Relieves Headaches. 
 * Fights Acne. 
 * Relives Fever. 
 * Eye Health. 
 * Oral Health.
  Tulsi is not hard to grow. It grows very easily. You can eat 2-3 leaves daily by boiling it in water. It’s said that tulsi leaves should be swallowed than chewed. In Hindu mythology, people who are at last phase of their life, they are brought near the tulsi plants and are provided with water mixed with tulsi leaves. It must be because of its holiness behaviour and scientifically it must be because it’s very good source of oxygen and other several reasons. 
 Picture: 
 https://images.app.goo.gl/wT745KowAbNDXS3j6
 
 
 About author:
 Asmita Gaire is an enthusiastically energetic passionate youth attending her undergraduate degree in veterinary science and animal husbandry at Institute of agriculture and animal science Paklihawa, Tribhuvan University. She’s 22nd Regional Ambassador Of Tunza Eco Generation and is the member in quality board as an External Relations in IAASASIAPACIFIC. She believes inauguration of any act takes little more endeavour but it will ultimately bring fruitful result if you consistently go after the tasks. And yes, if united people would definitely let no stones unturned.
 Green cheers!
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7 Comments

Kushal Naharki

  • Kushal Naharki says :
    Hello Asmita

    Glad to see your participation in monthly event and thanks for the beautiful report about Tulsi

    Green Cheers :)
    Posted 17-06-2019 16:40

Asmita Gaire

  • Asmita Gaire says :
    Hello himani sis
    Thank you so much.
    Green cheers
    Posted 30-05-2019 13:57

Asmita Gaire

  • Asmita Gaire says :
    Greetings tunza eco generation
    Pleasure is all mine.
    These monthly events are very much fruitful.
    Thank you so much
    Green cheers
    Posted 30-05-2019 13:57

Himani Chand

  • Himani Chand says :
    Hello Asmita Dijju ,
    Thank you for this information report on Tulsi.
    Posted 24-05-2019 00:31

Eco Generation

  • Eco Generation says :
    Thank you for your participation in the monthly event!
    Posted 21-05-2019 16:43

Asmita Gaire

  • Asmita Gaire says :
    Hello sandhya baini...
    Thank you dear
    Green cheers
    Posted 21-05-2019 00:44

Sandhya Adhikari

  • Sandhya Adhikari says :
    Hlo Asmita dii, so nice to have some more information about the holy basil plant.Thanks for sharing this report with us.keep writing.
    Posted 20-05-2019 00:09

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