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Balance Ayurveda

Tulsi Capsules

60 Ayurvedic capsules to boost well-being | Crafted from premium Tulsi (Holy Basil) Leaves | Pure and potent for your health | Harness the power of Ayurveda for a balanced life | Single Herb Antioxidant Powerhouse

Tulsi, scientifically known as Ocimum sanctum, is a cherished herb in Ayurvedic tradition. Modern research substantiates its potential in promoting health.

Quantity: 60 Capsules

Quantity: 60 Capsules

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Stress Relief

Tulsi is celebrated for its stress-reducing properties, aiding in mental relaxation and well-being.

Immune Support

Research suggests that Tulsi may enhance the immune system, helping your body stay resilient.

Antioxidant Power

Tulsi is rich in antioxidants, which combat oxidative stress and support overall well-being.

Respiratory Health

Some studies indicate that Tulsi may contribute to respiratory wellness.

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  • No Added Chemicals
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  • No Side Effects
  • 100% Ayurvedic

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Saxena, R. C., et al. "Efficacy of an extract of ocimum sanctum in the management of general stress: a double-blind, placebo-controlled study." Evidence-based complementary and alternative medicine 3.4 (2006): 503-506. ↩

Jagetia, Ganesh Chandra, and Bharat B. Baliga. "Evaluation of the radioprotective effect of the leaf extract of ocimum sanctum in mice exposed to a lethal dose of gamma-radiation." Nternational journal of radiation biology 76.9 (2000): 1255-1260. ↩

Mondal, Shankar, et al. "Comparison of the antimicrobial activities of seed extracts obtained from different species of ocimum." Phytotherapy Research 18.12 (2004): 1067-1069. ↩

Suanarunsawat, Theera, et al. "Ocimum sanctum Linn. (Holy Basil) ethanolic leaf extract protects against 7,12-dimethylbenz[a]anthracene-induced genotoxicity, oxidative stress, and imbalance in xenobiotic-metabolizing enzymes." Journal of Medicinal Food 12.6 (2009): 1385-1393. ↩