Tulsi, the alternative name for holy basil is a common herb in the ancient Indian history. It was first mentioned around 1500 B.C in the Rig Veda, and it was celebrated for its countless benefits in the Ayurvedic medicine.
It is believed that Tulsi originates from tropical Asia, but nowadays it grows in tropical climates throughout the world. It is one of the most highly utilized and important plant in many countries. Its leaves are considered as adaptogen herbs that provide many different benefits for the entire body.
According to Dr. Axe adaptogens are a unique class of healing plants, which protect, balance and restore the body. Edward Wallace, a naturopath, explains that adaptogen does not have a specific action, but it helps the body respond to any stressor thus normalizing its physiological functions….Readmore