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IMPORTANT NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS IN ARIZONA, HAWAII AND OVERSEAS: Please contact us before placing an order. Arizona has changed its import rules and requires a $60 phytosanitary statement and shipment to an approved nursery for yet another inspection. Some customers, including those in Canada and the EU, must pay for a $60.00 phytosanitary inspection before trees or living plants can be shipped. Canadian buyers also must purchase an import permit from their government.


Received this plant fairly quickly despite COVID. It arrived healthy in great condition. It is already putting on new leaves after potting three days ago. The mature leaves are already deepening to purple. Looking forward to see how it grows.


Ocimum tenuiflorum, commonly known as holy basil, tulsi or tulasi,[2] and tamole, damole, or domole in Fiji, is an aromatic perennial plant in the family Lamiaceae. It is native to the Indian subcontinent and widespread as a cultivated plant throughout the Southeast Asian tropics.[3][4]


Tulsi is cultivated for religious and traditional medicine purposes, and also for its essential oil. It is widely used as a herbal tea, commonly used in Ayurveda, and has a place within the Vaishnava tradition of Hinduism, in which devotees perform worship involving holy basil plants or leaves.


The three main morphotypes cultivated in India and Nepal are Ram tulsi (the most common type, with broad bright green leaves that are slightly sweet), the less common purplish green-leaved (Krishna or Shyam tulsi) and the common wild vana tulsi (e.g., Ocimum gratissimum).[6]


DNA barcodes of various biogeographical isolates of tulsi from the Indian subcontinent are now available. In a large-scale phylogeographical study of this species conducted using chloroplast genome sequences, a group of researchers from Central University of Punjab, Bathinda, have found that this plant originates from North-Central India.[7]


The genome of the tulsi plant has been sequenced and reported as a draft, estimated to be 612 mega bases, with results showing genes for biosynthesis of anthocyanins in Shyama Tulsi, ursolic acid and eugenol in Rama Tulsi.[12][13] The predicted proteins and other annotations are available[13] from caps.ncbs.res.in/Ote.


Tulsi is a sacred plant for Hindus, particularly the Vaishnavite sect. It is worshipped as the avatar of Lakshmi,[citation needed] and is often planted in courtyards of Hindu houses or temples to Hanuman.[23] The ritual lighting of lamps each evening during Karthik includes the worship of the tulsi plant.[24][25] Vaishnavites are also known as "those who bear the tulsi around the neck".[23]


Every evening, Bengali Hindus place earthen lamps in front of tulsi plants. During the Kati Bihu festival celebrated in Assam, people light earthen lamps (diya) at the foot of the household tulsi plants and pray.[28]


Buy Mint Tulsi Plant (Vicks Tulsi Plant) in India online from Santhi online plant nursery website. If you are looking for a low-cost Mint Tulsi Plant price in India, check our website.


First of all, the Mint Tulsi Plant is a perennial plant. Secondly, it is native to the Indian subcontinent. Tulsi is grown for religious and traditional medicine purposes. And it is also grown for its essential oil. In Ayurveda, people use it as a herbal tea. And, it has a place within the Vaishnava tradition of Hinduism. After that, devotees perform worship involving Mint Tulsi plants or leaves. We offer plants from our state-of-the-art online nursery for plants. Hence, we recommend you to buy the tulsi plant online from us.


The medicinal plants are widely used by the traditional medical practitioners for curing various diseases in their day to day practice. In traditional systems of medicine, different parts (leaves, stem, flower, root, seeds and even whole plant) of Ocimum sanctum Linn (known as Tulsi in Hindi), a small herb seen throughout India, have been recommended for the treatment of bronchitis, bronchial asthma, malaria, diarrhea, dysentery, skin diseases, arthritis, painful eye diseases, chronic fever, insect bite etc. The Ocimum sanctum L. has also been suggested to possess antifertility, anticancer, antidiabetic, antifungal, antimicrobial, hepatoprotective, cardioprotective, antiemetic, antispasmodic, analgesic, adaptogenic and diaphoretic actions. Eugenol (1-hydroxy-2-methoxy-4-allylbenzene), the active constituent present in Ocimum sanctum L., has been found to be largely responsible for the therapeutic potentials of Tulsi. Although because of its great therapeutic potentials and wide occurrence in India the practitioners of traditional systems of medicine have been using Ocimum sanctum L. for curing various ailments, a rational approach to this traditional medical practice with modern system of medicine is, however, not much available. In order to establish the therapeutic uses of Ocimum sanctum L. in modern medicine, in last few decades several Indian scientists and researchers have studied the pharmacological effects of steam distilled, petroleum ether and benzene extracts of various parts of Tulsi plant and eugenol on immune system, reproductive system, central nervous system, cardiovascular system, gastric system, urinary system and blood biochemistry and have described the therapeutic significance of Tulsi in management of various ailments. These pharmacological studies have established a scientific basis for therapeutic uses of this plant.


If you do not have a Tulsi plant in your house and you want to plant it in your house, then the best time to plant a Tulsi plant in the house is the month of Kartik. Tulsi is considered a form of Goddess Lakshmi and it is said that if you bring a Tulsi plant into the house and plant it in the month of Kartik, then Goddess Lakshmi also comes to the house.


Other than the aforementioned varieties, Vana Tulsi, also known as Wild Tulsi, and Kapoor Tulsi are two more Indian varieties that can be grown at home. While the Tulsi plant captures Vastu principles and is encouraged to be made a part of every household, the placement of Tulsi is equally important to ensure their maximum benefits.


The Ugaoo - Tulsi plant kit contains 1 coir planter with organic manure and soil, 1 Tulsi seeds pouch with a detailed instruction manual. Tulsi or the holy basil is commonly grown in all home of Hindu families - due to its religious significance as well as medicinal properties. The Tulsi plant is easy to grow and needs a well-draining but moist growing medium with plenty of sun. Regularly pruning the flowers keeps the plant healthy and bushy.


After receiving this plant (???????? ?????????),the plant was mature,tall as promised with a healthy growth...it was well hydrated and full of node..The packaging was great... Thank you @ugaoo for this delightful Monstera.. I'll be happy to buy it again


Ugaoo is a brand that's synonymous with trust.. you know your plants will have a long life once you buy from them, not only because their plants and seeds quality is good, but they handhold you through every small part of the lifecycle.. they are my plant buddies for life... Whether i buy online, from The Jungle, whether i buy jade or mooli seeds... Whether i chat on insta or attend their online classes, or request for a return... each and every member of the ugaoo family speaks the same language... That of love- for the customer and for plants.. i am so glad ugaoo is in my life


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A herb that is sacred within the Hindu religion. It is believed that the petals mixed with water and given to the dying raises their departing souls to heaven. Holy Basil or Tulsi as it is commonly known are often found planted in courtyards of Hindu houses and used to cleanse the body and has been used throughout history as a medicinal herb.


This plant, known as Tulasi is refered to as the 'elixir of life' in Ayurveda and is used for balancing body processes and helping people to cope with stress and therefore promote longevity along with many other medicinal uses.


Please note that whilst we believe we have quoted correct information on this page we do not follow the Hindu religion.DisclaimerAs with all alternative medicines and plants with purported medicinal benefits it is important to inform your health care providers that you are using them; this helps to ensure safe and coordinated care. We can accept no liability for any side effect or contingency from any allergy or any other cause or harm that may arise. If in doubt please do consult a medical practitioner before using.


Planting a basil plant at home is considered very auspicious. Tulsi plant also has special importance in astrology and Vastu Shastra, but some important things should also be kept in mind before planting this plant, otherwise negative results can be suffered. 041b061a72


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