Pragati S. Ghode, Dipak A. Joshi, Shyamlila B. Bavage, Nandkishor B. Bavage
Tulsi, Holy basil, Oscium sanctum.
Oscium sanctum as sacred and medicinal plant in ancient literature, commonly known as Tulsi is derived from 'Sanskrit' which means “the incomparable one". This plant belongs to the family Lamiacea which is native throughout the old world topics and cultivated for religious and medicinal purposes. Several medicinal properties have been attributed to the plant in Ayurveda, siddhaa, Greek,Roman and unani. Ayurveda is a science of life from the ancient time and Ayurvedic formulations are safe and effective but adulteration of lower cost material in it reduces the quality of the drug, hence the standardization of herbal drugs is necessary. Tulsi tablets are an Ayurvedic formulation used for cold and cough. In the Ayurveda system tulsi is often referred to as an "Elixir of Life" for its healing power and has been known to treat many different common health the Indian materia Medica tulsi leaf extracts are described for treatment of bronchitis, rheumatism and pyrexia.other reported therapeutic uses include treatment of epilepsy, asthma or dyspena ,cough,skin and hematological disease, parasitic infection,neurolgia, headache, inflammation and oral condition.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 3

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