Generally, the Tulsi plant is found in every house in India. There is a lot of belief in Tulsi worship in Sanatan Dharma. It is said that Tulsi is the favorite of Lord Vishnu! Therefore tulsi is also called Vishnupriya and also known as Harivallabha. It is believed that for those who regularly give water to Tulsi and worship Tulsi, there is always happiness and prosperity in their house. Even in Vastu Shastra, the Tulsi plant is considered very special. According to Vastu Shastra, by planting a Tulsi plant in the house or courtyard, negative energy ends and positive energy enters. It is rich in many nutrients.
Eating basil leaves on an empty stomach in the morning proves to be beneficial. This basil helps in curing minor and some major diseases too. Tulsi has antibacterial properties. Digestive problems, burning in the stomach, acidity, cold, cough, etc. It helps in healing, so it is also used in many ways in Ayurvedic medicine.
Antivirus, antifungal, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, vitamin A, vitamin C, phosphorus, calcium, etc. important elements are found inside basil, which can keep health away from many problems. A good option is to include Tulsi tea in your diet. It is not only useful in reducing weight but can also provide relief from many problems.
Lets know how to make Tulsi Tea.
To make Tulsi tea, first boil water and wash 10 or 15 Tulsi leaves. Put it in water, then boil it for 10 minutes in low flame along with ginger and black pepper powder can also be added. Then take a splash from such a container and you can use honey or lemon while drinking it. Milk and sugar should not be used in Tulsi tea, otherwise the benefits is reduced. Potassium is found inside basil which is useful in reducing blood pressure. Apart from this, anti-hypertensive activities are also present in basil which proves to be very helpful in reducing systolic and diastolic blood pressure.