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Basil Tulsi Plant

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Original price was: ₹50.00.Current price is: ₹25.00.

Basil Tulsi, known scientifically as Ocimum basilicum, is a fragrant herb that holds a special place in various cultures worldwide. Within the vast array of basil varieties, one particularly revered in Hindu tradition is Tulsi, also known as Holy Basil. Tulsi, or Ocimum tenuiflorum, is not just a plant; it’s a symbol of devotion, health, and spirituality in India.

Basil Tulsi Description:

  1. Maximum Growth Size – Upto 3.3 ft in ideal conditions
  2. Plant Type – Outdoor
  3. Watering Periods – once every two days during summer and once a week during winter
  4. Optimal Temperature – 65°F to 85°F (18°C to 29°C)
  5. Fertilization – Organic fertilizers are safer for Holy Basil, promoting soil health. Balanced N-P-K nutrients essential for growth and blooms; avoid over-fertilization. Adjust fertilization for plant stage and container growth; prevent nutrient burn.

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Basil, known scientifically as Ocimum basilicum, is a fragrant herb that holds a special place in various cultures worldwide. Within the vast array of basil varieties, one particularly revered in Hindu tradition is Tulsi, also known as Holy Basil. Tulsi, or Ocimum tenuiflorum, is not just a plant; it’s a symbol of devotion, health, and spirituality in India.

Tulsi is an aromatic perennial plant with small green leaves and purple flowers, native to the Indian subcontinent. It’s often grown in Hindu households and temples, where it’s treated with reverence. The plant is believed to be an incarnation of the goddess Tulsi, who is deeply revered in Hinduism. Its name, Tulsi, translates to “the incomparable one” in Sanskrit.

Beyond its religious significance, Tulsi is celebrated for its numerous medicinal properties. In Ayurveda, the ancient Indian system of medicine, Tulsi is considered a sacred herb with potent healing abilities. It’s valued for its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and adaptogenic properties. Tulsi is often used to alleviate respiratory ailments, digestive issues, and stress-related disorders. Its leaves are brewed into tea, which is consumed for its therapeutic benefits.

Cultivating Tulsi is not just a matter of gardening; it’s a spiritual practice for many. Hindus believe that growing Tulsi plants in their homes brings prosperity, happiness, and spiritual growth. The plant is often planted in a dedicated Tulsi Vrindavan, a small structure or platform where it’s nurtured with care and devotion.

Tulsi has also garnered attention beyond its cultural and medicinal significance. Scientific research has increasingly explored its pharmacological properties, confirming many of its traditional uses. Extracts from Tulsi leaves have shown promise in treating conditions such as diabetes, cancer, and cardiovascular diseases.

In essence, Tulsi embodies the intersection of spirituality, tradition, and wellness. Its fragrant leaves not only flavor culinary dishes but also serve as a reminder of the interconnectedness of humanity with nature and the divine. Whether brewed into tea, used in traditional medicine, or cultivated for spiritual devotion, Tulsi continues to inspire reverence and awe across generations.

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Basil TulsiBasil Tulsi Plant
Original price was: ₹50.00.Current price is: ₹25.00.

Availability: 9 in stock