September 12, 2023

Can You Smoke Tulsi?

As a sacred plant, it is worshipped across cultures as a symbol of purity, bringing a range of spiritual and physical benefits. Its ayurvedic properties have long been used for immune and respiratory support, digestive health, oral health and much more. Tulsi’s broad-spectrum antimicrobial activity makes it an effective hand sanitizer, mouthwash and water purifier. Its cultivation using ethical, fair trade and organic methods of cultivation offers solutions for global problems like environmental degradation, rural poverty, hunger, climate change and food security.

While tulsi is often used as an invigorating tea, it also has the potential to be smoked for its stress relief and libido-stimulating effects. When smoked, the herb imparts a smooth and relaxing experience without a “high” sensation. This could be because it has adaptogenic properties, which can help to reduce the body’s response to stress and promote a sense of balance.

Tulsi leaves are also an excellent source of antioxidants that can protect the body from free radical damage. These free radicals can cause a host of health issues including high blood pressure, high cholesterol and fatty liver disease. Tulsi can help to prevent and treat these issues by lowering the blood cholesterol, reducing oxidative stress and improving blood sugar regulation. It can also help to prevent and manage metabolic syndrome, a cluster of conditions including central obesity, high blood pressure, high triglyceride levels and low HDL cholesterol. It can do this by promoting normal glucose metabolism, suppressing appetite and enhancing fat loss.


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