Tulsi
Texts of Ayurveda describe the properties of tulsi as follows. It is light to digest and dries tissue secretions. Tulsi tastes hot and bitter. It can penetrate deep tissues and has anti helmenthic properties. Due to these properties it normalizes kapha and vata. Leaves, flowers, seeds and roots of Tulsi are used in ayurvedic preparations. Leaves...
Texts of Ayurveda describe the properties of tulsi as follows. It is light to digest and dries tissue secretions. Tulsi tastes hot and bitter. It can penetrate deep tissues and has anti helmenthic properties. Due to these properties it normalizes kapha and vata. Leaves, flowers, seeds and roots of Tulsi are used in ayurvedic preparations. Leaves are expectorant. Juice of leaves are used as diaphoretic, antiperiodic and stimulating expectorant and used in catarrhal and bronchitis, dropped into the ear acts as remedy for earache. Infusion of leaves is used as stomachic in gastric disorders of children and in hepatic affections. Dried leaves are powdered and used as snuff in ozaena. Seeds are demulcent and used in disorders of the genitourinary system. Decoction of roots is used as a diaphoretic in malarial fevers.
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