Holy Basil, also known as the “queen of herbs” is the most sacred of all the herbs that are found in India. You can see Holy Basil in almost every Indian household. Tulsi has been utilized in India for around

years. This herb is praised for its healing properties of the mind, body and spirit.

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This plant is known as “Tulsi” or “Tulasi” (Hindi) in India. The basil plant is a leafy herb, and it belongs to the mint family. Ocimum Tenuiflorum is the scientific name of Tulsi. There are three variants of Tulsi: Rama Tulsi, Krishna Tulsi, and Vana Tulsi. People use its leaves, seeds, and dried roots. These plants have their own particular taste.

The Tulsi plants are utilized to cure various diseases, for example, common cold, inflammation, malaria, or heart diseases. It contains a lot of beneficial compounds and also possesses potent antioxidant, antibacterial, antiviral, adaptogenic, and immune enhancing properties. Tulsi helps in the purification of the atmosphere. Tulsi is an adaptogenic, which means it balances the different processes in the body and enables the body to adapt to stress. It has a strong aroma and astringent taste. Because of this and of the numerous benefits it has, it is called an “elixir of life” and is well known to promote longevity.

Tulsi is widely known for its beauty uses, apart from its medicinal properties. Tulsi lightens the skin tone, soothes the acne prone sensitive skin and even aids in eliminating pimples/acne.

These are 5 homemade face packs with Tulsi that will enhance your beauty manifolds.

  1. TULSI FACE PACK FOR SKIN BRIGHTENING

You need to take around 10 tulsi leaves and half a teaspoonful of milk powder. Grind the tulsi leaves with some water.  Next, add the milk powder in order to form a paste of medium consistency. Apply this paste on the face and leave it dry for 20 minutes. After that, wash the face with plain water. This tulsi face pack adds an instant glow to the skin. The skin feels instantly brightened, because this face pack consists of lactic acid and tulsi. Do this procedure 2 times a week. It is good for all skin types including the sensitive skin as well.

Tulsi face pack for acne prone skin

Take 10 -12 Tulsi leaves, 7-8 Neem leaves and half a teaspoonful of sandalwood powder. Grind the Neem and Tulsi leaves and add sandalwood with some rose water. When you get the paste, apply it on the cleansed face. Leave it to stay for 20 minutes, and after that wash it off. Both the ingredients are potent anti-inflammatory and anti- bacterial. Sandal wood further soothes the skin. Use this 2 times a week.

Tulsi face pack for dry skin

If you have dry skin, you can try this Tulsi face pack. Take some tulsi leaves and grind them. After that, you should add some yoghurt and mix it well. Apply it on the face and keep for 15-20 minutes. This will quickly make the skin supple and nourished.

Multani Mitti and Tulsi face pack for oily skin

Keep your skin oil free and clear with this home -made Multani Mitti face pack with Tulsi leaves. Make a mixture of a teaspoonful of Multani Mitti (Fuller’s earth) and some grounded Tulsi leaves. You can dilute the paste with some rose water or just the plain water. It has to be kept for 20 minutes and it can be tried 2 times a week

Tulsi face pack for fading marks and pimples

You will need 10-12 Tulsi leaves and tomato pulp. Combine the tomato pulp with some ground Tulsi leaves. Apply this on your face, leave it to stay for 15 minutes and rinse it off with cold water.

Tulsi is a wonderful product. It gives you clear, bright skin. So, try these face packs and see the amazing results.

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Holy Basil, also known as the “queen of herbs” is the most sacred of all the herbs that are found in India. You can see Holy Basil in almost every Indian household. Tulsi has been utilized in India for around years. This herb is praised for its healing properties...