Holy Basil/Tulsi (Ocimum sanctum)
Holy Basil (Tulsi), regarded as the most sacred herb in the ayurvedic system.It has been used for balancing and toning the energetic 'CHAKRA' system of human body.Mostly grown in the garden of temples or as a household plant in India.
Helps balancing Pitta (for soothing), Vata (for relaxing) and Kapha (for rejuvenating).
- Helps to protect against cough,cold, bacterial and viral infections.
- Promotes centered calmness.
- Assists in enhancing bodily response to physical,and respiratory stress.
- Supports normal cortisol and adrenal levels.
- Helps in reducing the negative effects of daily stress.
- Helps in increasing physical and mental endurance.
Does not contain Artificial ingredients, fillers,
preservatives, stearates or titanium dioxide.
Free of milk, egg, shellfish, wheat,
peanuts, corn, gluten and soy.
60 capsules / bottle
Directions of Use
As a dietary supplement, take 2 capsules orally once a day or as recommended by your health care professional.
After opening, keep the bottle tightly closed in cool and dry place.
Please consult your physician prior to using any herbal product if you are pregnant, nursing or taking medication, or have a medical condition. Discontinue its use two weeks prior to any surgery.
Keep out of the reach of children.
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