25$ 2 fl. oz

Holy Basil, aka Tulsi, is a divine adaptogenic herb traditionally coveted in Ayurveda for its ability to build energy, invoke wholeness and uplift the spirit. It is known as the “incomparable one” and considered a goddess with the ability to open the heart and the mind.  Holy basil has been used medicinally for at least 2500 years and recent scientific research has helped reinvigorate interest in this miraculous herb. 

Modern research has shown us that Holy Basil is a powerful adaptogen loaded with anti-oxidants, stress reducing and neuroprotective properties.  Holy Basil has shown to be effective at relieving inflammation, modulating the immune system, combating free radicals and clearing a cloudy mind!  

This plant is not only one of our favorites to grow on the farm, but the bees can't seem to get enough of it.  We hand harvest the fresh flowering tops, which smell like nature's bubblegum, and immediately extract them using pure organic cane alcohol.  The resulting tincture is a potent extraction of organic Holy Basil that smells and tastes as fresh as the day it was picked :)



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Holy Basil (Ocimum tenuiflorum) Flowers and Tops, Spring water, Organic Cane Alcohol (50%)

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Stress buster

I’ve been taking holy basil for a few weeks now (love the tincture). I have a fair amount of stress in my life but this little gem has helped bring more balance, openness and calm. I will be reordering!

The road of life definitely has its ups and downs. We find the this Holy Basil tincture is a key part of our routine that helps us navigate this road. Thanks and we are happy to say that our 2023 crops of holy basil have been stellar too!

kate B
Attitude adjuster

Yes, I call it just that! I have a high stressed job that requires a continued upbeat attitude. I've got it each day when I take my holy basil.

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