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HOLY BASIL: A NATURAL HEALER FOR HUMAN SUFFERING

@inproceedings{Mehrotra2015HOLYBA,
  title={HOLY BASIL: A NATURAL HEALER FOR HUMAN SUFFERING},
  author={Dr. Vishal Mehrotra and Dr.Kriti Garg and Dr. Priyanka Sharma and Dr.Rohini Singh},
  year={2015}
}
Therapies involving plants have existed for thousands of years and some may be as old as human civilization itself. One such medicinal plant is ―Tulsi‖ which is regarded as the ―Queen of Herbs‖ because of its varied medicinal properties and mythological value too. Several pharmacological studies have established a scientific basis for therapeutic uses of this plant.This article helps us in improving our knowledge on the pharmacological profile and therapeutic potential of ̳Tulsi‘ and thus pave… 

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