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Benefits Of Tulsi: Add This Herb To Your Diet To Boost Immunity, Control Blood Sugar And More

Holy basil, also known as Tulsi, is a natural insect repellent that effectively deters insects and mosquitoes, making it crucial to keep it indoors during rainy seasons.

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The Tulsi plant at home provides oxygen, removes hazardous pollutants like carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, and sulphur dioxide, and promotes oxygen flow into sleep spaces.

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Holy basil's fragrant scent refreshes the air and infuses your home with a pleasant aroma, while also possessing mood-enhancing properties.

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Tulsi is a potent remedy for colds, coughs, fevers, and blood purification, making it a great choice for combining with tea for a heart-healthy beverage.

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Consuming Tulsi leaves and a spoonful of honey daily can help eliminate kidney stones at home.

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Tulsi, known as the "Mother Medicine of Nature," promotes skin health, scar removal, and firmness with its leaves' Urosolic acid content.

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Tulsi leaf infusion is a popular cold remedy in India, used in various medicinal compositions, and helps reduce gastric and hepatic irritation.

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