Tulsi’s broad-spectrum antimicrobial activity, which includes activity against a range of human and animal pathogens, suggests it can be used as a hand sanitizer, mouthwash and water purifier as well as in animal rearing, wound healing, the preservation of food stuffs and herbal raw materials and traveler’s health. Cultivation of tulsi plants has both spiritual and practical significance that connects the grower to the creative powers of nature, and organic cultivation offers solutions for food security, rural poverty, hunger, environmental degradation and climate change.
A slightly peppery taste with a fragrance similar to orange and ginger. Use for baking bread, making sauces, stir into drinks, stews and curries. Coined as the most powerful spices of all, turmeric is considered a go-to fix for a variety of health problems.
Vasaka is an important Herb growing on plains of all India and in the lower Himalayans, up to a range of 1000 meters above sea level. This plant is also cultivated in other tropical areas. It grows well in low moisture areas and dry soils. The leaves, roots and flowers of Adhatoda vasica are used extensively in traditional Indian medicine for thousands of years to help to recover from respiratory disorders such as asthma, inflammation in bronchus, cough and other lung & bronchiole disorders. The soothing action of Vasaka helps irritation in the throat and the expectorant action will help loosen phlegm deposits in the airway& expel it out.
VIjaysar is a large deciduous tree that usually grows to a height of 3o metres. Termed biologically as Pterocarpus marsupium, this tree is indigenous to Nepal, Srilanka and India. It is usually found thriving in the western ghat regions, Karnataka-Kerala region, hilly regions of Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, and in the forests of central India.