Tulsi Leaves Benefits
There is a reason that tulsi has been in use for over 5,000 years! It has some truly incredible benefits. It is full of antioxidants, which are great for managing stress and lowering blood pressure. It is also wonderful for your immune system, with antibacterial properties. It is traditionally used to help people recover from dengue fever and other viral and bacterial infections. It can also lower cholesterol, help with skin itching problems, and is used as a natural detoxifier.
One of the medicinal properties of tulsi is that it is an adaptogen. This means that it is part of a special group of herbs and mushrooms that help the body deal with stress and anxiety. These herbs get the name because they adapt their function to what your body needs at the moment. They fill in all the gaps to help you beat stress. They often perform the same functions as prescription medications, but don’t have side effects or addictive properties.
Another use of tulsi leaves is to regulate cortisol, one of the main stress hormones. When the adrenal glands make too much cortisol, you will feel stressed and on high alert. It raises blood pressure, increasing risk of stroke and heart attacks, and can give you tension headaches. By taking tulsi every day, your cortisol levels will be more regulated and this will not only lessen anxiety, and other health risks associated with high blood pressure, but can also help you sleep better.
The Science Behind Tulsi
Besides the body of evidence that 5,000+ years use in traditional medicine provides, tulsi’s effectiveness has been proven in scientific studies as well. Tulsi comprises several helpful chemicals that can contribute to your overall sense of wellbeing. Flavonoids are water soluble molecules found in plants that are believed to be antioxidants. Triterpenes are also found in tulsi. They are thought to be a compound that helps the supplement to improve your immune system. It also includes tannins, which stabilize blood pressure and have anti-carcinogenic properties.
Studies on rats and mice have proven the anti-stress and anti-anxiety properties of the tulsi plant. Beyond this, more study is required to determine exactly how the component of tulsi interact with the brain to reduce stress and anxiety. However, we can refer to Ayurvedic practitioners and their recommendations and experience with this supplement.
They recommend taking tulsi leaves daily as tea, juice, or tulsi tea leaf powder at specific dosages. However, when you take Be Serene, you do not have to worry about the proper dose. We have formulated our stress-relieving supplement with the perfect amount of tulsi to balance with all the other natural herbs within to lead to a positive outcome.
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