Tulsi is known as the Queen of Herbs given that it has medicinal and healing properties
Tulsi is known as the Queen of Herbs given that it has medicinal and healing properties.
It has been scientifically proved that Tulsi has antioxidant, antibacterial, antiviral, anticancer, immune-stimulating, and adaptogenic (stress removal) properties.
It supports the body’s natural defenses against germs, viral infections, stress, and disorders of various kinds & possesses the ability to strengthen body immunity.
It is said that diseases cannot enter the house where there is Tulsi at the doorstep.
This plant can be kept indoors in the living room or on the terrace.
Comes in a 100% plant-based coconut fiber pot.
Brahmi Plant can be replanted very easily into the soil as it is in Coconut-coir Pot. They are biodegradable pots that help maintain favorable conditions for the growth of the plant. It also improves moisture retention as the coir has a good water holding capacity
Don’t overwater: Too much water can cause rotting. Only add as much as will be absorbed by mud.
Should be kept in sunlight for 4-6 hours.
Keep the soil moist but not too much
Avoid keeping in suffocated areas or in a darkroom.