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Vana TulsiTulsi - Holy Basil

"Tulsi" means "the incomparable one" and this holy basil is one of the most revered herbs in India. It is highly aromatic and is used for purifying space, more or less as incense or smudging is done in other cultures.

The leaves of Ocimum sanctum are sometimes added to grains to repel insects. They contain essential oils that recent research suggests may also improve pancreatic function and the ability to secrete insulin. Studies involved a small number of persons with type II diabetes and the dosage was 2.5 grams per day on an empty stomach just before meals. The studies showed a reduction in the levels of blood sugar and cholesterol. Tulsi may also be a COX-2 inhibitor as it contains the same pain relieving eugenol as known analgesics.

Tulsi Ear Oil

Tulsi Ear Oil, 1 oz.

Tulsi Ear Oil was formulated in response to research showing that pillows were found to have aspergillus mold after 18 months or less of use. Many people have itchy ears or other unpleasant sensations. Tulsi is very calming but this oil may stimulate reactions in the sinuses and throughout the head for 20-30 minutes after use. This is why it is suggested that people do not use the oil simultaneously in both ears.

One drop on cotton wool or gauze. Place in one ear before bedtime. Do the same in other ear the following night.

Contents: proprietary blend of Verbascum thapsus flower in organic cold pressed olive oil with essential oil of holy basil.

Sacred Medicine Sanctuary, $

Holy Basil Extract, 2 oz. - Stress Reduction

Holy Basil Extract, 2 oz.

"Tulsi" means "the incomparable one" and holy basil is one of the most revered herbs in India. It is a rasayana herb, often used to calm, but it has the same high eugenol content of famous analgesics. Tulsi may therefore be a COX-2 inhibitor. It has also been found to lower blood sugar and cholesterol.

30 drops 2 to 3 times daily, or as directed by your health care provider. Shake well before using.

Contents: 1:4 extract of organically grown Ocimum sanctum leaf & flower in Distilled Water, Organic Alcohol, and Vegetable Glycerin.

Sacred Medicine Sanctuary, $

Holy Basil Seeds - Rama Tulsi

Holy Basil Seeds, Rama Tulsi, 50 seeds

Tulsi means "the incomparable one" and this holy basil is one of the most revered herbs in India. It is highly aromatic and is used for purifying space, more or less as incense is used or smudging is done in other cultures. The leaves are green and the stems are purple. It is highly aromatic. Please allow at least 16 days for germination.

Please note, there was a name change for these seeds in December 2010. These are what used to be called Krishna Tulsi.

Contents: approximately 50 Rama Tulsi seeds.

Strictly Medicinal Seeds, $

Holy Basil Seeds, Kapoor Tulsi

Holy Basil Seeds, Temperate Tulsi, 50 seeds

Holy basil is adaptogenic, antifungal, antibacterial and immune enhancing. This tulsi have green stems, small leaves, purple flowers and is frost-hardy. For those in temperate climates, these are the easiest to grow of the several tulsi varieties.

Please note, there was a name change for these seeds in December 2010. These are what used to be called Rama Tulsi. Then, it became known as Kapoor Tulsi. This was changed in 2017 to Temperate Tulsi.

Contents: approximately 50 Temperate Tulsi seeds.

Strictly Medicinal Seeds, $

Holy Basil Seeds - Vana Tulsi

Holy Basil Seeds, Vana Tulsi, 30 seeds

This is the original wild tulsi and is higher in eugenol. It is a perennial bush basil but needs to be protected from frost. It is slightly hairy, green-leaved, woody-stemmed, and grows to a height of four feet if protected from frost. In colder climates, it can be grown as an annual or brought indoors for the winter.


Strictly Medicinal Seeds, $

Tulsi-Neem Soap

Tulsi-Neem Soap, Auromere, 2.75 oz.

Combines the excellent toning, soothing and purifying properties of Neem with Tulsi and 16 other complementary herbal extracts and oils used for centuries by Ayurvedic specialists for optimum care, moisturizing nourishment and preservation of the skin. For dry to normal skin and vata-pitta type constitutions.

Contents: Coconut oil, palmyra oil, rice bran oil, alkali, water, neem oil, hydnocarpus (cactus oil), castor oil, tulsi (holy basil), rose petals, zedoary, turmeric, fenugreek, psoralea corylifolia (babchi seed), peepal (bodhi tree), alangium salvifolium, costus, Indian sarsaparilla, Shiva neem (a variety of neem), hibiscus.

Auromere, $

Tulsi Essence

Tulsi Essence, 15 ml.

This is a flower essence of holy basil leaves.

Contents: tulsi leaves, brandy, and water.

The suggested retail for this product is $22.50.

Amma, $

Tulsi Spagyric Extract

Tulsi Spagyric Extract, 5 ml.

This a tulsi extract using the spagyric method. It is considered to be a Mercury-ruled essence according to this alchemical school of thought. It was blessed by Ammachi and provided through her ashram.

Contents: certified organic tulsi, biodynamic grape wine, and purified plant body.

The suggested retail for this product is $25.00.

Golden Works, $

Tulsi Tincture

Tulsi Tincture, 15 ml.

Alcohol extract of holy basil.

Contents: Ocimum sanctum leaf and flower in alcohol.

The suggested retail for this product is $27.95.

Amma, $

Holy Basil Seeds, Amrita Tulsi, 50 seeds

This basil comes from Amritapuri, India, where it is used mainly for tea. It has reddish purple leaves tinged with green leaves, but the very young leaves may be initially green. It has a lovely aroma. Amrita is the nectar of the gods and is believed to promote longevity. Tulsi is adaptogenic, antifungal, and antibacterial. Seeds are normally sown outdoors in spring but tulsi may be grown indoors throughout the year. This tulsi is hardy to zones 10 to 12.


Strictly Medicinal Seeds, $

Tulsi Tea, 5 oz.

Holy basil is one of the premier herbs of the Ayurvedic pharmacopoeia. It is a major rasayana herb and a valuable nervine. Together with gotu kola, this tea is calming and gently detoxifying. It acts specifically on the brain and nervous system, but with the addition of lemongrass and ginger, this tea also aids digestion. The flavor is greatly enhanced by the zesty additions that have carminative properties. When formulating this tea, we knew what we had to do to create something superb! Try it warm a few hours before bedtime or on ice during summer days. Use the leftover as a hair rinse! All the ingredients of this tea are 100% organic.

Contents: organic Rama Tulsi, Ocimum sanctum, aerial parts, organic Gotu Kola, Centella asiatica aerial parts, organic Lemongrass, Cymbopogon citratus aerial parts, and organic Ginger, Zingiber officinalis rhizome.

Sacred Medicine Sanctuary, $

Holy Basil Seeds, Krishna Tulsi, 20 seeds

This is the true tropical tulsi with purple leaves that many use to make tea. Due to many name changes in the last years, people are justified in being a bit confused. Tulsi can be grown indoors or out. It requires light to germinate, and, for the same reason, seeds should be planted in shallow soil. Planting tulsi can be a family ritual in which homage is paid to the Divine Mother with blessings to be shared with all.


Strictly Medicinal Seeds, $


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