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Anti-inflammatory plant makes a great healing tea that helps respiratory system. Leaves relax nerves, sharpen memory, strengthen the stomach and induce perspiration (helps you sweat). Removes phlegm/mucus from bronchial tube, bronchitis and asthma. Seeds help mucus membranes. Just chewing on Tulsi leaves relieves colds and flu. Also mix Tulsi leaves with cloves and sea salt for immediate help with flu. Reduces stress, boosts immunity, relieves inflammation, balances cholesterol, improves stamina, metabolism, eliminates toxins, protects against radiation, helps cleanse body of wastes, sinus infections, supports liver, helps gastric ulcers, calms stomach and digestive upset, helps heart, blood pressure, nervous system, blood sugar levels.
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Acting on it, we reached the spot and rescued Tulasi Babu.
The awards, instituted by South Indian actress Tulasi as a token of regard for her guru and Dada Saheb Phalke award recipient K Viswanath, will be given away in Hyderabad.
The raw water fluoride concentration and fluoride concentration after treatment with Tulasi for 12 hours was shown in Table 1.
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She went around the tulasi plant in our yard humming prayers.
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Tulasi plays earthy music that will make you feel good.
One tells of the plant as the transformed nymph Tulasi, the beloved of the Hindu deity Krishna.
There can be no reconciliation between the king and political parties on that basis,'' Vice Chairman of the Council of Ministers Tulasi Giri said in the government's first and delayed official reaction to the pact.
S Tulasi was sleeping in a room at the restaurant when the huge waves struck on Sunday in the holiday resort of Penang.
Catherine Ludvik's Hanuman in the Ramayana of Valmiki and the Ramacaritamanasa of Tulasi Dasa is a well-researched volume that contains an abundance of information on the popular monkey deity of Hinduism, and an interesting analysis of the development of his character.
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