Covid19: Basil is no less than a boon for immunity, increased demand in Coronavirus Pandemic

Covid19: Basil is no less than a boon for immunity, increased demand in Coronavirus Pandemic

Tulsi, known as the queen of medicines to increase the body's resistance, has increased in the global epidemic Coronavirus period. Ayudhacharya Narendra Ayath of Ayush Hospital and Research Center says that Tulsi is the shield of many diseases. It plays an important role in keeping our immune system strong.

Its leaves contain vitamin C, calcium, zinc, and iron as well as citric tartaric and malic acid. They have anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties, which are beneficial for our health. Age-old companies use it to make medicines.

Basil is considered as a disease-destroying herb. It would be no surprise if we call it 'one medicine' for a hundred diseases. The leaves and black pepper decoction prove to be a panacea for relieving cold and cold sore throat. At the same time, preparing and using the decoction of people during the prevention of coronavirus has been very helpful in increasing immunity.
     
Ayudardacharya Narendra Nath said that in the age, it has been called the queen of disease-destroying herbs. 'Tulsi Panchag (juice) is alkaline (alkaline), from a scientific point of view, 90 percent. It creates white blood cells (WBCs) for immunity, which we call immunity or immunity. He told that when the body becomes more saline, then the formation of WBC is reduced which is called the mother of all diseases.
    
He said that it contains essential oil, volatile oil, which has antiviral, antiviral, antifungal, and antiseptic properties, which removes the toxicity of all the metals of the body and increases the metabolism of the body.