Holy Basil, or Tulsi, holds the most supreme place among the various medicinal herbs in India perhaps next to Lotus. . The ancient scriptures describe it as a protector of life accompanying human beings from birth up to death. There are innumerable references to Tulsi in Indian mythology. Its healing properties are so well established that most people in India grow it in courtyards and are traditionally worshipped daily in a ritual for the well-being of the family.
Ayurvedic pharmacopeia of India has a long list of herbal preparations with Holy basil as an important ingredient. For countless generations, Ayurvedic medical knowledge with its many disciplines and medicinal plants has made an invaluable contribution to modern medical science in the understanding of pathology and in the treatment of diseases due to its long history of use and documented evidence of safety and efficacy.
In keeping with the guidelines of Ayurvedic classical formulations, the pharmacological and phytochemists team at the Sewanti Ayurvedic series has combined the healing properties of Holy Basil in synergy with other important key Ayurvedic herbs to enhance the bioavailability of Holy Basil and stimulate its activity in the formulation. These herbs include Ashwagandha, Karanja, Chitraka, Amalaki, and Haridra.
Holy Basil Plus is a synergistic formula with traditional herbs like Ashwagandha and Curcumin in a 22:1 extract. Traditionally used in Ayurvedic medicine as a rejuvenative tonic (Rasayana).