ocimum tenuiflorum


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tulsi

tulsi

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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Larvicidal and IGR potential of Ocimum tenuiflorum and Datura alba leaf extracts against Malaria vector, European Journal of Experimental Biology, 2012; 2(4):1370-1375.
Quantitative and Qualitative analysis of Phenolic and Flavonoid content in Moringa oleifera Lam and Ocimum tenuiflorum L.
Effects of Azadirachta indica, Allium cepa and Ocimum tenuiflorum extracts on biofilm inhibition and degradation.
For fever treatment, 50g of leaves and stems of Andrographis paniculata was dried and powdered along with 20g leaves of Ocimum tenuiflorum.
Essential oil yield and quality of methyl eugenol rich Ocimum tenuiflorum Lf (syn.
The behavior of peroxidase activity of Ocimum tenuiflorum under NaCl stress during its in vitro growth was evaluated.
Efficacy of an extract of Ocimum tenuiflorum (OciBest) in the management of general stress: A double-blind, placebo-controlled study.
The aim of this study is the enumeration of microbial population in rhizosphere samples from selected medicinal plants such as, Acalyph indica, Leucas aspera, Ocimum tenuiflorum L, Solanum nigrum and to identify their various activities.
OciBest is a standardized phytochemical composition derived from the plant Ocimum tenuiflorum.
Preliminary studies conducted using only one species of holy basil Ocimum tenuiflorum grown on acidic soil at the Winfred Thomas Agricultural Research (WATRS) station showed high accumulation of a wide range of heavy metals in the order leaves> roots, or stems or inflorescence of Ocimum tenuiflorum.
The comparative concentrations of Copper and Lead scavenged by in vitro grown Ocimum tenuiflorum were estimated with respect to its in vivo grown counterparts using Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy.