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Tulsi Medicinal Plant Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Tulsi Medicinal Plant.

Alternative Cold Remedies That Really Work

Let’s face it: No one has time for a cold. In addition to making us feel miserable, colds destroy our schedules. Work, family, errands—they all have to wait while we get better. Or even worse, we have to carry on despite our achy muscles,...  Read more

Guide to Herbal Supplements

An estimated 18 million adults use herbs in some form, and the sale of these products continues to increase.   Herbal supplements, which come from plants that have medicinal properties, claim to cure, treat, or prevent disease.&n...  Read more

How to Grow Your Own Herbs for Cooking

The next time a recipe calls for fresh basil, skip the poor substitute of dried basil, forgo the last-minute dash to the supermarket for some overpriced wilted basil, and just pluck a few tender leaves off of the basil plant you have growing in your...  Read more

Supplements for a Healthy Heart

So you just found out that you have high cholesterol, or perhaps you have a strong family history of heart disease and want to do your best to prevent it. So you head to the pharmacy or health food store for help, only to be bombarded by countless su...  Read more

How to Safely Disinfect Your Home

Worried about catching the cold or flu this year—or helping to keep the germs of one sick family member from infecting others in your house? Beyond hand washing and self-imposed quarantine, some time spent cleaning, disinfecting and saniti...  Read more

Plant Nanny App
Updated 6/2/2014 8:20:32 AM

Anyone have this app, ever heard of it? I downloaded at 4 a.m. this morning, when I couldn't sleep due to a belly ache, and I like it! It challenges you to get in your water (which I suck at) by virtually watering a plant with the water you drink. I...  Read more

Ionic purifier - good/bad for house plant?
Updated 1/17/2014 1:25:19 PM

I just brought my plants back to an old job and they are not doing good. While I was gone my office co-worker bought an Ionic purifier. We turned it off a few days ago & the plants are looking better. Does anybody have any thoughts or comments on thi...  Read more

Do you drink plant protein powder?
Updated 1/17/2014 4:57:49 AM

I have been drinking plant protein powder mixed with water in the morning. I have more energy and don't get hungary until lunch....  Read more

Plant-based diet vs High Protein/Fat diet
Updated 11/30/2013 12:49:59 PM

Hi! I've been doing a lot of research into the best ways of eating, more for general health (especially heart health) than weight loss (since I believe the only way to really lose weight is to cut calories, no matter what kind of 'diet' you eat)...  Read more

Transitioning to a plant-based diet
Updated 12/22/2013 8:00:44 AM

I am in the process of transitioning from a Paleo-type diet to a more plant-based diet and sometimes it is HELL! Some people have a sweet tooth...but me...I have a meat tooth! 4 What do I do about my craving for meat? Besides nuts (wh...  Read more

Rooibos Tea

I drink rooibos tea with white stevia throughout the day. It keeps me hydrated with 0 calories, tons of flavor, and has anti-inflammatory and anti-carcinogenic properties....  Read more

Healthy Eating Example:

Eat more foods that grow on trees and plants and eat less food that is manufactured in plants....  Read more

Eat To Live

A group for those following Dr. Fuhrman's guidelines for a plant based, nutrient-dense, healthy lifestyle. NEVER feel deprived. Gain health, lose weight, live well. EAT TO LIVE!...  Read more

What Are GE Foods, and What Do They Offer?

Genes are the blueprints of every part of an organism. Foods that have had foreign genes inserted into their genetic codes are called genetically engineered or bio engineered foods. Genetic Engineering can be done to plants, animals or microorganisms...  Read more

Which Sunny Condiment Can Save You Hundreds of Calories a Month?

It's mustard, of course, and it happens to be one of the lightest condiments out there. It truly is a healthy eater's great friend. A tablespoon of the yellow stuff has just 10 calories and no fat. A tablespoon of mayo has 90 calories and 10 g fat....  Read more