What makes our Tulsi different? We sell 100% Krishna Tulsi herbal extract — no blends or fillers.
Tulsi has been used as an herbal therapeutic for more than 3,000 years. Of all the adaptogenic herbs used within Ayurveda, Krishna Tulsi, also called Holy Basil and Ocimum sanctum, is arguably preeminent. A main use is in helping to reduce stress, anxiety, and depression.
Hundreds of scientific studies have established a basis for therapeutic uses of this plant, including this one, this one, and this one. There is good reason to believe that a lifestyle-related approach to optimal health will benefit from support with Tulsi as a health supplement.
You may have noticed that Tulsi seems to be everywhere — eBay, Amazon, grocery store shelves, and local markets. A common misperception is that all Tulsi is alike. The truth, however, is that quality and quantity of Tulsi can differ substantially depending on what you buy. Let me explain.
Why Choose 100% Krishna Tulsi?
The Ayurvedic texts mention four types of Tulsi: Rama (green leaf), Vana (wild leaf), Kapoor (heavy flowering), and Krishna (purple leaf). While all have their uses, Krishna is generally the most highly valued.
Many Tulsi herbals on the market are blends that include only a small percentage of Tulsi. The Tulsi is also often not of the Krishna type.
At Linden Botanicals, we source our Tulsi from a region of northern India, where we are able to obtain the Krishna Tulsi variety. Our Tulsi herbal extract is also 100% Krishna Tulsi – no blends or fillers.
To make a cup of Krishna Tulsi herbal tea, add 1/4 teaspoon of the herbal extract to 8oz of near-boiling water, a cup of juice, or a stress relief smoothie. Mix until dissolved. Drink 1-5 servings a day.
Learn More About Tulsi Extract
We sell Krishna Tulsi in a 50-serving size as AHHH! Stress Relief Support. We also sell Tulsi in larger sizes. To learn more, a good place to start is with the Tulsi FAQ. The FAQ provides a more comprehensive list of benefits. It contains lots of science-based information about this amazing herb and the equally amazing tea you can make from it.