Rama tulsi is an indian medicinal herb seen as a medicinal icon in Hinduism and Ayurvedic and is commonly used in festive rituals and religious occasions. The Rama Tulsi is commonly used for its cooling and smooth flavor. The Rama Tulsi plant produces green leaves, a green or purplish stem and white to purple flowers. It is said to be a natural immunity booster and reduces stress and high blood pressure. It is also claimed that it promotes better health and digestion. The green leaves of the rama Tulsi are said to have a sweeter flavour than other varieties of tulsi and help with fever, stress and anxiety issues, skin disease, digestion, metabolism, and immunity. It is the most common tulsi or holy basil variety used in India. It is most commonly consumed in tea.
Always consult a qualified herbalist or medical practitioner before using this herb or its essential oil.
Scientific Name: Ocimum tenuiflorum
Plant Life Cycle: Annual
Optimal Germination Temperature: 24C
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Sunlight: Full sun
Soil requirement: Rich and well drained
Sowing and cultivation: Sow in the spring indoors when temperatures have warmed up.