Tulsi is known as the holy basil in India. Easy to grow and widely found in the Indian subcontinent. Tulsi is considered a holy plant in Hinduism as it is referenced as a goddess or an avatar of Lakshmi. Also, for thousands of years, Tulsi has been used for Ayurveda for its numerous healing properties such as strengthening immunity, fighting bacterial & viral infections. PTI Tulsi powder is a powder form of the dried leaves of the tulsi plant.
PTI Tulsi Powder is beneficial for your entire body and overall wellbeing. It is antiseptic, antiviral, and antibacterial, it is a potent remedy for cold attacks during winters. Tulsi powder is also useful to treat various hair and skin disorders. Regular consumption of tulsi may lower blood pressure and cholesterol.
Brew tulsi powder in a cup of water and simmer with ginger and black pepper. Stir in honey and enjoy a warm cup of tea that is aromatic and flavorful, besides being healing for the sinus. You can even try having tulsi powder regularly by mixing it with water to boost your immune system easily. Drinking tulsi tea can help maintain stable blood sugar levels. Tulsi may kill damaging bacteria in the mouth, resulting in cleaner teeth and fresher breath.
Tulsi Tea Preparation
To make tulsi tea, boil 1 cup of water and pour it over 1/3 teaspoon of tulsi powder. Cover the water in a pot or mug and let it steep for 20 minutes or longer. Then strain the leaves, add honey and enjoy.
Face Pack Using Tulsi Powder
To make the mask take a spoonful of the tulsi powder and an equal amount of curd to make a thick paste. Mix this paste well and apply it to your face. After 15 minutes wash your face well.
For skin issues, basil is an effective remedy. Use it as a face pack and enjoy flawless skin.