WHAT IS TULSI?
– Protects from radiation
– contains powerful antioxidants
– anti-stress activity
What is Tulsi? Tulsi, also known as “Holy Basil” or Ociumum sanctum is commonly used in traditional Ayurvedic medicine and across Southeast Asia. It is also sometimes known as the “elixir of life.” Tulsi is widely known for its ability to inhibit cortisol release, aiding in stress management. Tulsi’s powerful antioxidant content gives it many protective properties. Holy basil can selectively protect normal tissue from radiation-induced DNA damage, which has been studied in cancer treatment. Research indicates holy basil may also prevent chemical-induced skin, liver, oral, and lung cancers. Medical studies also indicate neuroprotective properties of tulsi as well as stimulation of acetylcholine production, a neurotransmitter responsible for memory. Tulsi is also used for its anti-inflammatory potential and its antimicrobial abilities which help combat infection.
Serving Size: 1 capsule up to 2x daily (500mg).
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