What is Krishna Tulsi?
The scientific name of Krishna Tulsi is Ocimum Tenuiflorum. It is known as ‘Shyama Tulsi’, based on the colour of Shyama or Krishna, the adorable God. It is also called as the ‘Purple-leaved Tulsi’ and it is famous for its peppery, crisp taste. It comprises purple colored leaves and dark stems.
Which type of Tulsi is best?
1. Rama tulsi (ocimum sanctum) The plant has pure green leaves and better tolerance to winters, sun light, plant requires more watering and fertilization than the other varieties. The Queen of herbs is one of the most worshiped aromatic herbs that is found at almost every house in India.
What is difference between basil and Tulsi?
But tulsi and basil are two different plants; the botanical name of tulsi is Ocimum tenuiflorum whereas the botanical name of basil is Ocimum basilicum. The edible basil leaves are mainly used for culinary dishes whereas tulsi is mainly used as an indigenous medicinal ingredient.
Which day should Tulsi be planted at home?
This plant is considered auspicious for any thing you do in your life and every home should have her. 15th April to 15th June is considered to be the best season for growing this plant. Before planting or placing a Tulsi plant it is very important to keep in mind the Vastu rules and regulations.
Why does Tulsi plant die?
Tulsi palnt care in winter season is the most important because most of the tulsi plant die off in this season because tulsi plant love the hot climate but the cold climate will make tulsi plant branches & leaf to turn black and die.
What are the side effects of Tulsi?
While small amounts of tulsi may prevent toxin-induced damage to the liver, in greater amounts eugenol may cause liver damage. Overdose is also possible, causing symptoms such as nausea, diarrhea, rapid heartbeat, or convulsions.
Can we drink Tulsi water daily?
There’s another benefit to having tulsi water every day. This simple drink can act as a metabolism-boosting drink for your waistline. Tulsi leaves contain natural chemicals which interact with the digestive enzymes and juices, helping cut out fat from the root.
Can I drink Tulsi tea everyday?
Tulsi leaves also has anti-microbial properties and sipping tulsi tea on the daily will help you combat against harmful bacteria and germs in the mouth. Tulsi tea can also act as a mouth freshener and help you curb bad breath as well.
What happens if we eat Tulsi leaves daily?
Tulsi Contains Mercury and Iron
These minerals are known to damage your teeth and cause discoloration. Moreover, Tulsi leaves are also slightly acidic in nature and since the environment in our mouth is alkaline, it may cause the tooth enamel to wear away if consumed regularly in very large quantities.