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Tulasyasava Uses, Ingredients, Dosage | Benefits of Tulsi

 All About Tulasyasava 

 Tulasyasava is the best proprietary Ayurvedic Medicine. This is manufactured by Swadeshi Oushadha Bhandara. When we were kids, our grandparents were giving us this kind of medicine. Even your grandmother might have given you. Personally, I have used this ayurvedic medicine. I had cold and cough in the last month, so I bought this and used it. It is awesome medicine to cure cold and cough. 

We used their other medicines too. Dhanwantari pills, Tulasi Kalpa, dashamularishta, etc. are used. They are available at affordable prices.

 What is the Therapeutic Uses Of  Tulasyasava?

It is Effective in indigestion, vomiting, cold, cough, low appetite, bloating, and other respiratory disorders. You can use this medicine for these diseases. 

 What are the Ingredients included:

  • Tulasi
  • Shunti
  • Ajamoda
  • Dhataki
  • Yastimadhu
  • Madhu (Honey)

How and Who can use this?

Adults can take 15 to 25 ml with an equal quantity of water twice or thrice a day. Children can take 5 to 10 ml with an equal quantity of water twice or thrice a day. 

What is the Price Of Tulasyasava?

You can buy this for Rs. 90 – 180 Rs. If you buy a 200 ML bottle it costs Rs.90 and for 450 ML it costs Rs. 180. 

Can we take this medicine along with other medicines?

 Seek your physician’s advice if you want to take this medicine along with other medicines. Because some ayurvedic medicines react with English medicines. Hence it is better to consult your doctor before using tulasyasava medicine.

 Can you use this medicine along with homeopathic medicine?

 Of course, you can use this along with homeopathic medicine.

Are there any side effects?

 As I know there are no recorded side effects with Tulasyasava medicine. Anyhow please consult the doctor before using this medicine.

 Manufacturer Name:

 Swadeshi Oushadha Bhandara

 Tulsi Benefits For Health:

 Hey, let us know about tulsi’s benefits for health now.

 Tulsi plant or holy basil is a popular plant in every house in India. We are all familiar with its medicinal properties, right? This aromatic medicinal plant is used in Ayurveda. It has plenty of health benefits which can cure a lot of diseases. We can see 2 types of tulsi plants. They are Ram Tulsi and Krishna (Shyama) Tulsi. Ram Tulsi’s leaves are dark green coloured and Krishna Tulsi’s leaves are Dark Purple or reddish coloured.

 Do you know why Tulsi has a spiritual background, ayurvedic background, even the most important of all fields? Friends, you and we all know that man takes oxygen inside and spills out carbon dioxide. The plant trees carry the carbon dioxide inside and leave the oxygen outside. A man’s life needs oxygen to be comfortable.

 Tulsi releases a large amount of Oxygen when compared to other plants. Some studies have found that oxygen produced by tulsi plants has antibacterial properties which have more power to kill insects, pests that come from the air. Because of this property we grow this plant in our backyards. By doing so it filters and cleanses the impure air which comes from outside.

 It has the ability to warm our bodies. Let us see who can use it. Those who have a cold, cough, cold, headache, running nose can use tulsi. Take one fist of tulsi leaves, crush it and filter it. Take 10 ml of this juice daily morning and evening or night for a few days. By doing so your diseases will decrease. This is why tulsi can be used in plenty for all ailments from sputum.

 What is the Nutritional Value of Tulsi?

 Tulsi leaves are bountiful of vitamins like C, K, and A. It also has a plentiful amount of fiber, protein, calcium, and iron content.

 You can use tulsi to boost your immune system and keep infections away.  Our grandmother used to tell us about tulsi benefits when we were kids. If you didn’t listen to your grandmother back then, It’s a good time to know about tulsi’s benefits.

 Let’s have a look at how this aromatic medicinal plant offers eminent benefits.

1. Immunity Booster:

Tulsi has antioxidant and antibacterial properties. Thus these properties of tulsi can protect your body from various infections. It promotes immunity power in your body.

2. Tulsi helps in relieving stress:

 This herb has normalizing effects on the body. That is why it can relieve stress and anxiety. According to some studies, tulsi helps to maintain the level of stress hormone. 

3. It controls diabetes:

 Diabetes is a universal disease of our lifestyle. Eating 4 tulsi leaves daily helps you to control your sugar level. You can chew these leaves or you can prepare tulsi tea, kashayam, or tulsi water too. You can add these leaves to your recipes to extract the goodness of these leaves. 

4. Fight against bad breath: 

The antibacterial properties in the tulsi leave help to ward off bad breath. Chewing some tulsi leaves early in the morning will give you the perfect goodness and freshness of this flavor. 

5. Anti-cancer properties: 

The carcinogenic component is high in the tulsi plant. Which helps us to stop the development of cancer cells. Those cells may lead to cancer (i.e oral cancer or breast cancer). 

6. It enhances your skin:

 If you consume tulsi leaves on an empty stomach it helps to wipe the toxins out of your body. Hence it helps to reduce acne problems by giving you perfect skin. The antioxidant properties in this herb keep your skin young-looking too. 

7. Can use in weight loss:

Since tulsi aids in our digestion system and wipes out toxin content from our body, it plays an important role in weight loss. As it controls metabolism in our body helping weight loss. 


 Finally,  consume tulsi leaves on an empty stomach to get benefits. So what you have to do is consume this herb on an empty stomach to get its goodness. Or else you can add this to your tea or recipes. If you are not a tea lover then you can make tulsi water instead of tulsi tea. For this take 1 glass of water and dip 5 to 6 tulsi leaves into the water. Close the lid. Let it sit overnight. The very next morning, have it on an empty stomach for your healthy life.



NCERT-NOTES Class 6 to 12.

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