Rama Tulsi is the most aromatic and therapeutic of the Tulsi family, growing as sprawling to big bushes with purple stems and blossoms that quickly flower and go to seed, necessitating stem pruning.
Medicinal use of Tulsi
Tulsi aids in the treatment of fever.
Tulsi leaves are used for curing acne, blackheads, and premature aging of the skin.
Tulsi is a herb that is used to treat bug bites.
Tulsi is also used to treat heart disease and fever
Tulsi is also be used to help with respiratory issues.
Tulsi is used to treat fever, colds, sore throats, headaches, and kidney stones; it also aids in the treatment of asthma.
- If you want your Tulsi to grow into a bushy plant rather than a single stem, pinch off the growing tip.
- Keep the dirt loose in the container to keep it aerated; don't let it become compact and hard.
- It may be attacked by common pests like mealy bugs, aphids, spider mites, and whiteflies if cultivated in bad conditions. Use a Neem-based organic pesticide or insecticidal soap to get rid of pests.
- Store in a pot
Botanical Name: Ocimum sanctum
Plant Type: Shrubs
- Indoor Plant
- Attractive foliage (leaves)
- Religious Plant