Drink tulsi tea daily for amazing health benefits

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In the midst of Omicron spread, a cup of hot tulsi tea will not only offer you a nice start to your day, but it can also help you build your immunity and reduce your chance of contracting Covid-19. There are numerous Indian households where tulsi (holy basil), popularly known as the "queen of herbs," is cultivated and revered.

Tulsi leaves have high concentrations of vitamins A, C, and K, as well as minerals such as calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, and potassium. It also contains a significant amount of protein and fibre.

Ayurveda expert Dr. Dixa Bhavsar lists some of its benefits.

A natural immunity booster

Being one of the best antiviral and anti-cholesterol herbs, tulsi acts as the best friend for your immune system and heart.

A stressbuster

As an excellent adaptogen and stressbuster, Tulsi calms the mind which makes it an inevitable ingredient in every religious ritual.

"And now in the modern era, it is a delegate in researches for its ability to curb radiotherapy carryovers," says Dr. Bhavsar.

An insect repellent

"Anointing the body with Tulsi juice or its essential oil is apprised to be a perfect insect repellent and its effect lasts for more than two hours. Enriched with all the properties as astringent, holy basil acts as an effective skin tonic," says Dr. Bhavsar.

Other benefits

Tulsi is often used as an effective home treatment for fever and cold. It is also excellent for diabetes.

Digestive stimulant, antiemetic (effective against vomiting and nausea), antitoxic, dysuria (painful or difficult urination) reliever, expectorant, adaptogen, anti-cancer, antioxidant, calculi dissolver, and many more, the advantages of tulsi are countless.


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