Tulsi, Holy Basil
When we started growing Tulsi many years ago, we had no idea it was a Hindu Goddess in plant form, considered sacred and worshiped for over 5,000 years. Thriving in our tropical conditions, something in it smelled divine. Native to India, it's the primary herb of Ancient Ayurveda known as "The Queen of Herbs." When introduced to Christian's, they named it Holy Basil. In the class of Adaptogens, alternative medicine calls it "a highly intelligent herb." Adaptogens help normalize body functions, boost immunities and deal with stress. It helps relieve anxiety or boosts metabolism and energy levels. However your physiology needs adjusting...it knows. Grown in every Indian home, Tulsi tea brings spiritual enlightenment.