Known as the Queen of Herbs, this natural superfood is not a drug and has been used for centuries in India for a plethora of wellness boosts. It flushes toxins from the body and has been touted to protect against radiation, supporting the liver and digestion and with components of camphene, eugenol, cineole assists the upper respiratory tract.
In many countries Tulsi as a strong tea with honey excites parasites drawing them out of their hiding places enabling the body to expel them.
Dr. Ralph Miller, former director research for the Canadian Dept. of Health and Welfare in American Journal of Ethnomedicine Page 089-095 summarizes the results; Modern scientific research offers impressive evidence that Tulsi enhances stamina, relieves inflammation, lowers cholesterol, eliminates toxins, protects against radiation, prevents gastric ulcers, lowers fevers, improves digestion and provides a rich supply of antioxidants and other nutrients.
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