Known to open airways, Tulsi (or Sacred basil) helps regulate the air in the body
According to the ayurvedic tradition, Tulsi is a valuable shrub (hence its other name, Sacred basil), used to clean up the body and mind. Many Indian families even grow a Tulsi in their house.
Thanks to its strong detoxifying action, Tulsi is known to release respiratory tracts, thus combating aerophagia or bloating. It naturally contains camphor, which supports natural defences and the patency of the airway (particularly the bronchi) , influences the health of our organs (kidneys, heart, liver, gall-bladder, stomach, intestines) and of our nervous system. Moreover, its antioxidant properties might help combating the effects of too much stress on the body. It is commonly thought to have a beneficial effect on fertility.
"Elixir of life" or "Queen herb", Tulsi is honoured by all in India. This little shrub with thin and delicate leaves, is generally displayed in each Indian home; indeed, in the ayurvedic tradition, it is consider to be the reincarnation of Lakshmi, the Goddess of prosperity. This plant, venerated in India, is also called "Sacred basil". However, it has nothing to do with our common basil, which has essentially digestives properties: Tulsi has many medicinal properties.
For 4 capsules: Tulsi* 1100mg, Vegetable-based coating agent (hypromellose) 280 mg
*Products from organic farming, certified by Ecocert FR-BIO-01.
Pill box containing 60 capsules of 345mg - Net weight: 20,70 g
Two capsules during lunch and dinner with a glass of water.
Soothes the three doshas.
Herbs originating from India. Encapsulation, packaging, bacteriological and heavy metals analyses are made in France
Not recommended for pregnant or breast-feeding women.