Significance and Benefits of Tulsi or Basil
Tulsi is a plant having heavy branches and hair on the full plant. It grows up to the height of around 80 – 90 cm. the leaves of the plant are round oval shaped of approximately 5 cm long. The leaves grow in length of 2- 4 cm. The Tulsi seeds are flat. The flowers are of purple or creamy in color. The Shri Tulsi gets the green leaves and the Krishna Tulsi gets the reddish leaves. The Tulsi seeds are of yellow to reddish color. The Leaves of Tulsi plant have a lot of essential oils and benefits, and it offers simple remedies, Medicinal Benefits, and other Health Benefits.
Tulsi – Medicinal Benefits
As per Hindi or Indian Mythology, Tulsi is a sacred and pure plant, Tulsi or Pious/Holy Basil is an unbelievable herbal remedy and offers many medicinal and divine physiognomies and features. The Tulsi leaves are used for the purpose of worshipping as well. In Hinduism, the lighting of the lamp near Tulsi in morning and evening is considered auspicious.
Tulsi is also called the medicinal plant, Tulsi provides many magical herbal remedies is instinctive to India, it's spiced and stimulating fragrance and minute vibrant florets makes it a very useful houseplant. The Tulsi is a beautiful and charming or amulets. The growth of Tulsi is persistent in areas where there are mild winter and cold or pleasant climates.
The Tulsi is a holy and pious plant as per Hinduism– the pristine and sanctimonious is also know with the following other names — Ajaaka, Albahaca Santa, Bai, Baranda, Basilic Basilic Sacré, Basilic Sacré Pourpre, Basilic Saint, Brinda, Green Holy Basil, Hot Basil, Indian Basil, Kala Tulsi, Kemangen, Krishna Tulasi, Tulsa, Manjari, Ocimum sanctum, Ocimum tenuiflorum, Parnasa, Patrapuspha, Red Holy Basil, Sacred Basil, Sacred Purple Basil, Shyama Tulsi, Sri Tulasi, Suvasa Tulasi and Tulsi Patra.