The Global Market Demand for Tulsi has been increasing over the years. This may be because of the various uses and benefits of this plant in different fields. The Tulsi exporter in India exports Tulsi to various regions in the world. The Tulsi import from India has been on a rise due to the good reputation and quality of Indian Tulsi across the world.
|Binomial name||Ocimum tenuiflorum|
|Nutrients||Calories – 22 kcal
Total Carbohydrate 2.7 g
Dietary Fiber 1.6 g
USES & BENEFITS
- Tulsi has various culinary uses. It is used in juices and syrups for its health benefits and its beautiful flavour.
- Tulsi leaves are said to be great to resolve fevers. They have antibacterial and antibiotic properties.
- Tulsi leaves are also said to be rich in antioxidants and essential oils. These substances are said to help the pancreatic beta cells to function properly.
- According to some research, Tulsi also helps to maintain the stress hormone, Cortisol within normal limits.