Holy Basil commonly known as Tulsi, is considered to be one of the most sacred plants in our country considering the exceptional religious, medicinal, and moral properties of Basil. In our ancient text, Basil is designated as most prior or a star plant amongst all the plants. There is no plant that can persist in front of Basil because of its properties in all fronts of life.
According to our mythological texts, when Satyabhama was measuring Lord Krishna with his riches and fineness, the balance between the two didn’t attend until unless Rukmini placed a leaf of Holy Basil with all her devotion and kindness to the side of wealth. This incident explains the moral regards and relevance that Basil holds within. Apart from this, basil is also considered an important part of marriage in Indian culture.
Besides all its foretold relevance, it upholds many untold medicinal properties which make it a STAR plant amongst all other plants.
Basil holds a sweet scent in it which is a characteristic identification to it.
In Ayurveda, Basil is considered as “Rasayanam” that is referred for the herbs that are essential for longevity and to remain healthy, being far away from diseases. Also, it is considered to provide inner strength, cheerfulness, and enlightenment to an individual.
How people commonly use basil leaves in daily life?
There are different ways of how people choose to inculcate Holy Basil in their day to day life. You can also inscribe some of these ways if you haven’t yet –
Inculcating basil to your daily regime can really help you to maintain a balance between your health and disturbed lifestyle that we all practice knowingly or unknowingly.
This herb act as an adaptogen. It enhances the ability of the body to adapt natural resistance to all those physical, emotional, and environmental stresses that a person goes through in general.
Holy Basil is considered or termed as “Elixir of life” because of its uncountable health benefits.
Basil is a plant with exceptionally incredible and uncountable properties it is a plant widely and chiefly used in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TMC) and other holistic medicine systems other than our Ayurveda sciences. The best part about using basil is that it is a very cost-effective drug and can easily be grown in homes. Therefore, it can easily be inculcated in routine in different forms. Also, dried leaves of this herb are easily available at most effective prices.
We (Holy Basil Mediclinic) as clinicians have gained inspiration from Holy Basil. We have always tried to inculcate all the morals of Basil. We have tried to render the best of our services to humanity and mankind being the front Warriors of society. Even in this pandemic, we have tried not to let people suffer from any woes. Basil being an Elixir of life, we have always tried and we’ll continue to work towards improving ourselves and prove as an elixir to mankind.