Krishna Tulsi Potted Plants (Ocimum Tenuiflorum) – it is less commonly grown perennial, aromatic and sacred species of holy basil in India, the plant has purple fringed leaves and purple stems. With pungent and strong test of leaves, it has more medicinal properties than the other species. The Queen of herbs is one of the most consumed and worshiped aromatic herbs, its one or other species are found all over the world. Holy basil is categorized under Ocimum genus in plants family Lamiaceae which is native to India and has around 60 species identified with several health benefits associated with them. It is good source of vitamin A, Vitamin C, Calcium, Zinc, Iron, Chlorophyll, it posses anti bacterial, insecticidal properties and leaves have capabilities to purify contaminated water.
Name: Krishna Tulsi (Ocimum Tenuiflorum)
Size : 4 to 10 inch
Medium : Potting mix
Pot : 4 inch plastic pot
Scientific studies present evidences for its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, analgesic (pain-reducer), antipyretic (fever-reducer), hepatoprotective (liver-protector) cancer-fighter, diabetes-preventer, blood vessel-protector, destresser, immune-booster etc properties.
Super herb, holy basil is the most popular houseplant in India, where its deeply integrated with the culture and considered lucky bringer houseplant. It requires at least 2 hrs full sun light, moist potting medium and frequent fertilizing to remain forever evergreen.
As per Hindus cultural traditions Ram Tulsi is used in the worship of Lord Vishnu and Shiv while Shyam tulsi is used in worship of Lord Hanuman.
With every purchase of plant we provide plant care instruction which includes information about light, feed and watering. That makes easy to have a long life natural air purifier plant performing tireless job day and night.
Go ahead and buy the plant online or by visiting our offline store for more exclusive collections, it will tolerate ignoring nature and add exotic beauty to the landscape design, repel mosquitoes, absorb bacterias, improve air quality and help to fight sick building syndrome.