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  • Germination: 70%
    Number Of Seeds: 50
    Type: Hybrid

    uses:lemon basil is used in rice dishes such as Nasi ulam. In Laos, lemon basil is used extensively in Lao curries, stews, and stir-fried dishes as it is the most commonly used type of basil in Laos.

  • Tulsi plant, indian name:  tulsi (also tulasa«),

    botanical name: ocimum tenuiflorum,

    family:  lamiaceae,

    parts use:  leaves, seed, whole body, description, tulsi is native to india, where it often graces shrines and homes as an aromatic perennial shrub.

    Tulsi is grown as an annual herb in temperate climates.

    Naturally Grown Tulsi Seeds, 50 seeds

    Germination – 75 %

  • Non-GMO, Open Pollinated, Non-Treated, Organic Seeds
    Germination: 65%
    Number of Seeds: 50

    There’s never a wrong time to plant Tulsi (also known as Holy Basil), to honor the sacred herb and experience its wide range of beneficial qualities.

    Known as the “Queen of Herbs,” Tulsi has been revered in India for more than 5,000 years. Not only found in temples, you also will find Tulsi cultivated in many Indian homes and gardens. It is said to keep the energy of the house pure, through day and night.

  • Naturally Grown Tulsi Seeds, 100 seeds

    • Ayurvedic benefit of tulsi or tulasi,varieties of tulasi,cultivation of tulsi plant.
    • Used thousand of years in ayurveda
    • Also known as ‘Krishna or Shyama Tulsi’, the Purple leaf tulsi is famous for its peppery, crisp taste
    • It comprises purple colored leaves and dark stems. Although, it is grown in many regions in India,
    • Purple leaf Tulsi is known to be beneficial to treat throat infections, respirtory system, nasal lesions, earache and skin diseases.

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