Tulsi "Holy Basil": How To Use Tulsi Leaves To Fight Diabetes And Many More Disease

Marked by its strong aroma and astringent taste, it is regarded in Ayurveda as an “elixir of life” and is well known to promote longevity.

The tulsi plant also known as “ basil “ is very common plant in Indian Households.It is the most sacred of all the herbs found in India.

It has been used in India from more then 5000 years and is well known for its healing properties on mind,body and soul.

The tulsi plant is also known as Ocimum tenuiflorum.The plant is widely popular in south Asian countries.

There are three variants of Tulsi; Rama Tulsi, Krishna Tulsi and Vana Tulsi. Each of the variants has its own distinctive taste.

The Generally leaves, seeds and dried roots are the parts of the holy basil are used in medicines.

Tulsi contains hundreds of beneficial compounds and possess strong antioxidant, anti-bacterial, anti-viral, adaptogenic and immune enhancing properties.

Tulsi has played a very important role in the history of mankind due to the innumerable benefits that it possesses and uses it offers.

It is because of these numerous benefits that “tulsi herb” is revered in India! The extract obtained from the plants is used to cure various diseases such as common cold, inflammation, malaria, heart diseases, skin care, dental care, relief from respiratory disorders, asthma, fever, lung disorders, heart diseases, stress and many more.

Tulsi also aids in the purification of atmosphere.

Interestingly, Tulsi could be used in managing diabetes and blood sugar too. Diabetes presents a significant public health burden on the basis of its increased morbidity, mortality and economic costs.

According to a study conducted by Nottingham University, the researchers involved 60 people with type-2 who continued their usual medication throughout the trial.

Half lot took 250mg capsules of holy basil per day for up to 90 days. Significantly greater improvements in glucose control occurred in those taking tulsi plus their usual medications.

Spikes in blood glucose levels after eating also improved significantly. Tulsi leaves are said to have hypoglycaemic properties, which lower blood sugar levels and help prevent complications of diabetes.

This is a proof that this herb is to improve pancreatic beta-cell function and insulin secretion, and further increases the uptake of glucose by muscle cells.

To manage diabetes naturally, this is how to use tulsi leaves:

In order to soak all the goodness from them, you can simply chew some tulsi leaves every day make sure to wash them properly before chewing.

Also, you could make some tulsi tea by adding a few leaves in boiling water. Let it boil about two- three minutes, strain the water and drink a cupful every day.

In your dishes add tulsi leaves to extract all the goodness from this herb.

Another way is to steep some tulsi leaves in water and leave it overnight and drink the tulsi water first thing in the morning on an empty stomach.

Important Reminder:

Before switching to this method of managing diabetes, it is worth you consult your doctor because not everyone who is suffering diabetes have same conditions.

Source: NDTV
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