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According to Hindu mythology growing Tulsi in the garden is believed to harbour positivity and good luck.  As we all know that the holy Basil or we can say Tulsi is one of the most common plants found in Indian households. It has many medicinal applications and is used since ancient times for healing various health ailments. It is used in the treatment of various diseases such as treating sore throat, bleeding gums, fever and acne. Tulsi is Ayurveda's favourite herb and as per Hindu mythology it wards off evil spirits and negative forces. In this article we will share some other uses of Tulsi that you would like to know about.

Protects heart

Tulsi contains vitamin C and other antioxidants such as eugenol. It helps in protecting the heart by lowering the cholesterol levels and maintaining blood sugar level.

Treat sore throat

Tulsi can be an excellent healer for sore throat. Boil tulsi leaves in water and drink it warm.

Stress Relief

Tulsi is known for its mood elevationg and stress relieving properties. It has several anti-inflammatory properties which can help in managing stress. Chewing tulsi leaves can help in reducing stress.

Cures fever

Tulsi leaves has antibiotic, germicidal and disinfectant properties that helps in treating fever. The decoction of tulsi leaves, neem leaves and ginger has the ability to reduce fever.