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Indian Traditional Shrub Tulsi (ocimum sanctum) Use in Medicine

@article{Thakur2016IndianTS,
  title={Indian Traditional Shrub Tulsi (ocimum sanctum) Use in Medicine},
  author={R. N. Thakur and Sudhir Singh Gangwar and R. K. Sharma and Amita Tilak},
  journal={Imperial journal of interdisciplinary research},
  year={2016},
  volume={3}
}
Tulsi is a medicinal plant present in India recognized and prized for its medicinal and therapeutic use. It heals many diseases chronically due to its chemical constituent and believes that it has Antiageing, immunomodulatory property along with antimicrobial and anticancer property. Tulsi comes from Sanskrit word which means “matchless one”. Tulsi named as Queen of Herbs of India is one of the holiest and sacred and most appreciated of the lot of healing and healthiness giving herbs. Tulsi is… Expand
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