Lakshmi Tulasi is a very sacred and holy plant for Hindus as It is considered as an incarnation of Goddess Lakshmi. It also has many medicinal uses and can enhance the flavor of your cooking as an herb. It is also good for people who believe in Vaastu! Buy it here.
Another name for Tulasi is basil, and it is an herb that is used in many cooking efforts as well. It can enhance the flavor of food and make it healthier for consumption.
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Not many people are aware that the Tulasi plant is considered as an incarnation of God KRISHNA. Hence, it is also known as krishna Tulasi and it is the holiest and sacred plant on the planet. As per Skanda Purana, It is mentioned that one can become pure just by touching this plant. People who have committed sins can become pure if they circulate this plant. In addition to having religious importance, this plant also has many medicinal purposes.
Every home should have it as it makes your lives auspicious and produces positive vibrations. It also plays a key role in eliminating the unnecessary happenings from the lives of people who stay in a house with krishna Tulasi planted in it. The best time for planting a Lakshmi Tulasi is from 15th April to 15th June. Another name for Tulasi is basil, and it is an herb that is used in many cooking efforts as well. It can enhance the flavor of food and make it healthier for consumption. Buy this plant if you believe in Vaastu rules or you are a Hindu devotee who worships Goddess Lakshmi.
It tastes like pepper in your mouth.
This type of tulsi helps cure infections such as throat infections, respiratory problems, earaches, and skin diseases.
The oil from Krishna Tulsi is used as ear drops.
It is also used to cure malaria, indigestion, insomnia, and cholera.
1. Place the plant in proper sunlight, in the north or northeast direction of a window or balcony.
2. You can also grow it in the front or backyard of the house.
3. Water the plant carefully because if neglected, it can have a negative impact on the people who live in the house.
4. Tulsi thrives best in loamy or fertile soil.
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