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Basil Leaves Powder / Tulasi Ilai Powder / Gaggera Chettu / Daeva Thulasi / Nala TIrtava / Shyama Tulsi / Apetarakshasi

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Basil Leaves Powder / Tulasi Ilai Powder / Gaggera Chettu

Basil Leaves Powder / Tulasi Ilai Powder / Gaggera Chettu / Daeva Thulasi / Nala Tirtava / Shyama Tulsi / Apetarakshasi


Known As

Hindi Name - Shyama Tulsi  Tamil  -  Tulasi Ilai Powder Telugu - Gaggera Chettu Kannada - Daeva Thulasi  Malayalam - Nala Tirtava  Sanskrit -Apetarakshasi Common English Names  -  Basil Leaf Powder  Botanical Name  -   Ocimum Tenuiflorum


Basil Leaves Powder - Tulasi Ilai Powder


This package has 100% pure and organic Basil Leaves (Tulasi Ilai) Powder with out any chemicals or preservatives.





About Basil Leaf (Tulasi Ilai):

Basil Leaves (Tulasi Ilai) (Ocimum basilicum), also called great basil, is a culinary herb of the family Lamiaceae (mints).Basil is native to tropical regions from central Africa to Southeast Asia. It is a tender plant, and is used in cuisines worldwide. Depending on the species and cultivar, the leaves may taste somewhat like anise, with a strong, pungent, often sweet smell. There are many varieties of basil, as well as several related species or hybrids also called basil. While most common varieties of basil are treated as annuals, some are perennial in warm, tropical climates, including holy basil and a cultivar known as "African blue basil". The various basils have such different scents because the herb has a number of different essential oils in different proportions for various cultivars. everal other basils, including some other Ocimum species, are grown in many regions of Asia. Most of the Asian basils have a clove-like flavor that is, in general, stronger than the Mediterranean basils, such as tulsi. Lemon basil has a strong lemony smell and flavor very different from those of other varieties because it contains a chemical called citral. It is widely used in Indonesia, where it is called kemangi, served raw together with raw cabbage, green beans, and cucumber as an accompaniment to fried fish or duck. Its flowers, when broken up, are a zesty salad condiment.

Basil Leaves (Tulasi Ilai) suffers from several plant pathogens that can ruin the crop and reduce yield. Fusarium wilt is a soil-borne fungal disease that will quickly kill younger basil plants. Seedlings may be killed by Pythium damping off. A common foliar disease of basil is gray mold caused by Botrytis cinerea; it can cause infections post-harvest and is capable of killing the entire plant. Black spot can be seen on basil foliage and is caused by the fungi genus Colletotrichum. Basil Leaf (Tulasi Ilai) is most commonly used fresh in recipes. In general, it is added at the last moment, as cooking quickly destroys the flavor. The fresh herb can be kept for a short time in plastic bags in the refrigerator, or for a longer period in the freezer, after being blanched quickly in boiling water. The dried herb also loses most of its flavor, and what little flavor remains tastes very different, with a weak coumarin flavor, like hay.

Amazing Health Benefits of Basil Leaves (Tulasi Ilai) Powder :


  • Good For Digestion:

Basil Leaves (Tulasi Ilai) Powder can facilitate optimal digestion. "Basil fortifies the digestive and nervous system and can be a good remedy for headaches and insomnia,". Basil helps balance acid within the body and restores the body's proper pH level.


  • Cure Fever:

Basil Leaves (Tulasi Ilai) Powder and its strong anti-inflammatory properties can prove to be a cure to a variety of diseases and disorders.Consumption of basil could also soothe fever, headache, sore throat, cold, cough, flu.The anti-inflammatory properties of basil may help lower risk of heart disease, rheumatoid arthritis and inflammatory bowel conditions. 


  • Fights free radical activity:

The herb contains a range of natural antioxidants, which can help protect body tissues against free radical damage. These chains of free radicals cause oxidative stress to the body and cause more damage to the cells. To reduce the oxidative stress in the body, one must up the intake of antioxidants. Basil Leaves (Tulasi Ilai) Powder contains two important water-soluble flavonoid antioxidants, known as orientin and viceninare.


  • Prevents Respiratory Disorders:

Basil Leaves (Tulasi Ilai) Powder helps prevent certain respiratory illnesses ranging from cold and cough to bronchitis and asthma. It has immunomodulatory (helps to enhance immunity), antitussive (helps relieving cough) and expectorant (helps in expelling out the phlegm) properties that provide relief in the respiratory system.


  • Reduce Stress:

Basil Leaves (Tulasi Ilai) Powder helps in maintaining normal levels of cortisol hormone in the body that is known as the stress hormone. It lowers the levels of cortisol, leaving you stress-free. In fact, it is known to subside various symptoms of depression, which may include anxiety. Basil's essential oil may help manage depression and anxiety too. The herb is believed to stimulate neurotransmitters that regulate the hormones responsible for inducing happiness and energy. Basil is considered as a powerful adaptogen or an anti-stress agent. Its anti-inflammatory and immune-boosting properties help manage stress too.


  • Supports Liver Function:

Basil's strong detox properties may do wonders for your liver health. Liver is a very essential organ for the body as it plays a crucial role in metabolism. Basil Leaves (Tulasi Ilai) Powder may help prevent fat build-up in the liver and keep your liver healthy.


  • Maintains Dental and Oral health:

The presence of anti-microbial properties in Basil Leaves (Tulasi Ilai) Powder help combat against harmful bacteria and germs in the mouth. Acting as a mouth freshener, it may curb bad breath too.


How to use Basil Leaves (Tulasi Ilai) Powder:


For glowing face

Make a Basil Leaves (Tulasi Ilai) Powder of the leaves and rub the same over the face. Let it be dry and wash off thoroughly with cold water. This is as effective as the paste of turmeric and lemon, when applied over the face.


For Fever

  5 Grams of Basil Leaves (Tulasi Ilai) Powder is mixed with warm water, once or twice daily.


For General use

Mix 5 Grams of Basil Leaves (Tulasi Ilai) Powder   can be mixed with hot water and drink it twice a day. 



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