Tulsi is an adaptogen herb that provides relief of anxiety, diabetes and overall hormone/thryoid relief.*
Take full dropper orally in tea/water.
About Holy Basil
Holy basil has been in existence for millions of years. It is believed that the plant evolved in India but it now grows in Austria, West Africa and some Middle Eastern countries. Holy basil is an annual seed propagated plant which belongs to the mint family, Lamiaceae and its botanical name "Ocimum tenuiflorum" is derived from the Greek word "okimon" which means aromatic herb. Its two common species are the sacred holy basil 'Ocimum sanctum' and the slender holy basil 'Ocimum tenuiflorum'.
Holy basil is considered a sacred plant by the Hindus and often planted around Hindu shrines. The plant has a Hindu name "Tulsi" which means "the incomparable one". It is also called the "Queen of plants". Holy basil has been used as a culinary and medicinal herb for centuries. Its species can grow in a variety of soil conditions, propagated by its small and numerous seeds and it grows rapidly.
In Hinduism, the holy basil is referred to as a manifestation of the goddess Lakshmi. The plant is very sacred to Vaishnavites (devotees of vishnu). It is believed that Vishnu wears a garland of holy basil leaves and flowers around his neck. This plant is found in many Hindu homes and the presence of a holy basil plant is believed to increase piety, foster meditation, purify and protect. The beginning of the Hindu wedding season is marked by a festival called "Tulsivivah" whereby homes and temples wed holy basil to Vishnu. It is believed that water infused with holy basil leaves when given to the dying, helps to elevate their souls. The plant is known for its great medicinal purposes.