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There is a lot going on with
Quilter’s Comfort and me.Bulk herbs at 5% bulk
discount every day, MUSTARD CLUB, Dome home building
Tulsi Basil- Holy Basil Rama
I am in the process of
transferring host and if you don’t see the web site at any point, know that it
is being migrated to the new host and, you know that if necessary, you can
contact me.I am consolidating resources
and considering the sale of my top domains.
Grandma’s Traditions was
prepared (finally) to go live and in the middle of a transfer, so I will be
sharing what info about the MUSTARD CLUB, DISCOUNT BULK ORGANICS, and
more.A new herb I am very excited
about, Tulsi Basil, aka Holy Basil information is featured below.Send me an email
if you would like some Holy Basil and I will send you an invoice.
My weird allergies have
sometimes been on a wild rampage.For
years they have played games with my scheduling and some ways of being in the
world.Many times, I am playing catch
up.This time they have bounced me to
where a friend is launching a crown funding campaign to raise funds for a house
that I won’t be allergically responsive to.If you are interested in that, I’ve just set up a Blog – Aircrete Builds.https://aircretebuilds.blogspot.com.
I am looking forward to the
web being simple again.I know its not
happening.Everyone is being forced to
upgrade to https so that their webs won’t be labeled unsafe!To satisfy this external push is costing
small businesses a more money and a lot of time if they handle their own web
services.I have learned that each
hosting service has its own way of doing things.Some, in recent experience, attempt to thwart
your way and others, seemingly recognizing that this is part of the business
and have things set up so that transitioning from them is easy.For that, I even considered staying with
them, but can not build the way I want to.
SALE - Quilter’s
Comfort has certified organic Krishna and Rama Holy Basil Herb!
knows what beautiful, delicious, sustainable stories we are capable of allowing
Comfort introduces EVERYDAY discount certified organics (5% off retail every
day) and Grandma’s Mustard Club members getting 10%-15% (sometimes more!) off
all products available to the club, including Quilter’s Comfort, Grandma, other
Grandmas and a few Grandpa Makers.
youngest had asked for Holy Basil some months ago, and I kept putting it on a
back list.Fortunately for me, it finally
rose to the Order Now list with two varieties among new items for Quilter’s
Comforts Certified Organic Discount Bulk Herbs, Every day discount certified
organics.My first bulk box to arrive
contained Krishna and Rama Holy Basil,
Mugwort and Plantain.Feet from who know
my foot tea in all parts of the earth were softly singing, YEA!!Re-acquainting myself with Tulsi (I loved
that name from the first), I hope to remember its properties with ease.I am impressed with this adaptogen
normalizing abilities, and hope that they may hold some answers to relieving various
stress conditions and relief to my environmental/chemical allergy.I am every hopeful.I did not purchase any Vana, wild bush basil
(Ocimum gratissimum) and will do so in the future; but make note here Do not
use Vana during pregnancy.
all live in a nerve pushing world of over stimulation.Most folks have experienced some life
scenarios that pushed major adrenaline buttons, and from that end, early in my
journey, tulsi was enlisted as an herbal ally.It was the beginning of the 1980’s, I lived on a bank off of a real Plum
Creek, had goats and chickens, and grew an amazing garden that included Holy
Basil, Tulsi!I lost sight of it for
quite a while.Now my attention has
returned thanks to the persistent asking of one of my lovely daughter, and her
knowing use of Tulsi because of gifts from her partner’s mother.
Tulsi Basil - Holy Basil Plant, Wikipedia
BASIL in general often refers to either, Krishna or Rama (Ocimum tenuiflorum
/Ocimum sanctum (tulsi) interchangeably.It is a member of the mint family and well grounded in the ancient
Ayurvedic Medicine system.Krishna has the highest
concentrations of adaptogenic triterpenoic acids which enhance the body's
natural response to physical and emotional stress. Rama has significant amounts as well.Holy Basil is known for its ability to fight
free radicals and promote a general sense of calm and well-being.
Comfort introduces Everyday Discount Certified Organics (5% off retail every
day) and Grandma’s Mustard Club members getting 10% sometimes 15% (sometimes
more!) off all products available to the club, including a number of organic
commercial brands, and Quilter’s Comfort, Grandmas and a few Grandpa Makers
products.Mustard Club Members can have
their products included in this discount offering.
how to understand Quilter’s Comfort and Mustard Club Pricing.Our example is for our new product Holy Basil.
Mustard Club Shoppers - $8.25 for 4 ounces
Mustard Club Members pay $7.42 for 4 ounces.
Join the Grandma’s Mustard Club for $63 each
year and save all year long!And, some
of you will enjoy knowing that you are part of what keeps the grannies and
grandpas off the streets with a roof over their heads.Thank you!
Send me an
email if you would like some Holy
Basil and I will send you an invoice.
is a powerful corticosteroid modulator, reducing stress from (adrenal) hormones
moving about the body and assists in the normalization of cortisol making it an
ideal aid in our hyper-stimulated digital culture.It lowers stress in loud environments, and
has been found to be useful in cases of social anxiety; an aid to those with
sleep problems, forgetfulness and exhaustion.According to the Journal of Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine, holy
basil has antidepressant and anti-anxiety properties.
is considered to be a prophylactic and known as a life-extending
substance.Research is also showing it
to be a modifier in glucose regulation; it is anti-histamine, anti-inflammatory,
antioxidant, and an immune system modulator.This diuretic is considered quite safe to use.It has had a long history of successfully
Basil contains ursolic acid, a carboxylic acid present in a wide variety of
plants in the form of a free acid or an aglycone of triterpene saponines.
Ursolic acid blocks the inflammatory enzymes cyclooxygenase and lipoxygenase,
inhibits tumors (through the inhibition of MMP-2 and 9). It has been used to
treat photoaged skin because it inhibits the appearance of wrinkles and age
spots by restoring the skin’s collagen bundle structures and elasticity.C. Cardenas, A. R. Quesada, and M. A. Medina,
“Effects of ursolic acid on different steps of the angiogenic process,” Consume
a cup of tulsi tea daily gives you the benefits of the phytonutrients in Holy
basil.These help make it is an
excellent antibiotic, germicidal, fungicidal, and disinfectant agent and
effective protector of our body from all sorts of bacterial, viral, and fungal
infections curing internal and external disorders of the skin without any side
basil promotes eye health, is anti catarrh, it has been found to aid in
normalizing blood pressure, it nourishes the cardiovascular system and inhibits
platelet aggregation/ profound antiatherogenic!Research by N. Singh, P. Verma, B. R. Pandey, M. Bhalla on Therapeutic
Potential of Ocimum sanctum in Prevention and Treatment of Cancer and Exposure
to Radiation shows it be an Anticancer and antioxidant offering important
protection against radiation and chemotherapy poisoning and can heal damages
from treatment induced damage.It is
also been used in recent study successfully to treat anxiety disorders.
Send me an
email if you would like some Holy
Basil and I will send you an invoice.
Basilicum, Tulsi can be used fresh as you do other culinary basils.Our Southeast Asian native has respectable
amounts of vitamin A and C, calcium, zinc, iron and chlorophyll. It enhances
metabolism.When used as a mouth rinse
it is beneficial for dental health, helps treat bad breath and because of its
powerful anti-inflammatory and anti-infectious properties make it a strong
treatment for all gum disease according to J. Kukreja and V. Dodwad in Herbal
Mouthwashes—A Gift of Nature.I read
that every Indiana home had this plant because
of its usefulness.I can understand why!
Rama and Krishna are pleasant to sip with
woodsy, earthy notes; Rama being of a little mellower and cooler flavor.Quilter’s Comfort’s Holy Basils are certified
organic unless wild-crafted or stated locally sourced.
we are each unique chemical bodies with different chemical response mechanisms,
we always recommended that with any new herb, begin with small doses until you
are sure that your body and mind are having a positive experience. If you have questions, contact an Herbalist,
Naturopath, or other wellness provider for advice and of course, it is very
important for you to do your own research.Remember, Holy Basil may modify glucose regulation.I advocate using your local library and book
store collections andreputable resources to
know more.You can find a lot of useful
information about health and wellness on the National Institutes of Health’s
Website.Check this out - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4296439/
Vibrational Medicine Holy Basil is a powerful bio-energetic field harmonizer
restoring and balancing the subtle electromagnetic fields generated by the mind
and body.Tulsi is considered to be one
of a handful of unique herbs that can balance the chakras (the vibrational energy centers of the body).
It is beneficial during times of grief.This plant is directly associated with Lakshmi, Hindu goddess of wealth,
love, and prosperity.Don’t be
surprised if you experience some mental and emotional catharsis after sipping
your cup of Tulsi. It is an intense healing plant.
It seeks to facilitate clearing out old, stuck energy and emotions that are
hindering your health and well-being and restoring systemic (mind, body, spirit)
ResourcesIf you are a gardener, you might consider growing your own Holy Basil.It is cultivated as you would any other type
of basil and does well in containers.Wherever
you plant your tulsi, it needs at least six hours of sunlight daily.When you are planting in the ground, puts at least 15 inches between plants. Water as needed, but don’t over water.Pinching growing points back will allow your
plant to bush out.As leaves mature,
pick to encourage more leaf growth. The herbal qualities and nutritional benefits are best when gathered for drying before flowering.
"Tulsi is said to penetrate the deep tissues, dry tissue secretions
and normalize kapha and vata. Daily consumption of tulsi is said to prevent
disease, promote general health, wellbeing and longevity and assist in dealing
with the stresses of daily life. Tulsi is also credited with giving luster to
the complexion, sweetness to the voice and fostering beauty, intelligence,
stamina and a calm emotional disposition.”https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4296439/