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Tulsi It is a vital herbaceous plant in India from both cultural and religious importance it holds. It is known as holy basil in English and in Latin it is called Ocimum Sanctum. This tiny leafed plant possesses not only medicinal but condimental and cosmetic properties. It can cure simple diseases like common cold to severe diseases like malaria and insomnia. It is for this reason it is called the herbs queen. Honored reasoning Tulsi is considered as goddess in Hindu myth and worshipped thus. It was close to Lord Krishna according to the scriptures. In northern parts of India marriage of Tulsi is observed as an important festival. Tulsi acts as stress buster when you have tulsi tea or add juice of the leaves in your food. Eye infections and other signs are ageing are fought by the plant. Safe for skin Applying tulsi on infections can cure it. Stings of snakes, bees and certain insects are neutralized by tulsi. It can also prevent acne. Tulsi neutralizes toxic effects of other substances on skin. It can purify blood and thus keep acne away when consumed. In cuscus grass and sandalwood, tulsi remains an important component, it thus protects skin of harm causing ultra-violet rays and environments pollution. It also nourishes the skin at the same time. Advice for hair growth A rosemary and tulsi rinse for your hair can bring dazzling look to it. In a bucket containing cupful of water boiling in it add rosemary and a twig of tulsi. After you wash your hair with shampoo use the boiled mixture to rinse the hair. It would leave a nice smelling shinny hair. Tulsis hair oil helps cure itchy scalp along with promoting growth of hair. A pack of reetha, henna, yoghurt and tulsi when applied on the complete hair helps for hair growth and shine.

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