Health Benefits
Health Benefits & Facts Read more about
Oregano
Oysters
Papaya
Parsley
Peanuts
Periwinkle
Persimmon
Pineapple
Pistachios
Pomegranate Juice
Poppy Seeds
Powered Cardamom
Probiotics
Prunes
Psyllium Seed
Quinoa
Radishes and Radish Leaves
Red Peppers
Red Tea
Rosemary
Rose Water
Saffron
Salmon
Savory
Scallop
Shark Cartilage
Shikakai
Shrimps
Soft Drinks
Soy Sauce
Spearmint Tea
Strawberries
Sunflower Seeds
Tamarind
Tangerine
Thyme
Triphala
Tulsi
Turnip
Vanilla Oil
Tulsi

Benefits of Tulsi of good health (sacred herb):
    Tulsi has several healing properties and is helpful in tackling several health problems. It’s healing powers have been known for hundreds of years now:

  • Besides improving memory, tulsi leaves are known to strengthen your stomach.
  • Basil leaves are excellent for curing fever.
  • With malaria and dengue in the air, boiling tulsi leaves with a cup of tea acts as a preventive.
  • Have a bad cough? Chew on some tulsi leaves to get relief.
  • If you suffer from a sore throat, boil some tulsi leaves with water and drink twice a day. You could also use the same to gargle.
  • Tulsi are also helpful in removing kidney stones. The juice of basil leaves, mixed with honey, should be had for about six months to remove the stones from the urinary tract.
  • Basil is also known to have a good effect on people suffering from cardiac disease. When taken regularly, it reduces the level of blood cholesterol.
  • A great stress-buster, studies show that basil leaves reduce stress levels. Chewing about 10-12 basil leaves twice a day will help prevent stress.
  • Infections and ulcers of the mouth can be effectively treated by chewing on basil leaves.
  • Have an insect bite? With its healing qualities, basil leaves are very effective in curing insect bites and stings. You can apply the juice on the wound or even have a teaspoonful of the juice every few hours.