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Organic Tulsi Powder

Tulsi also known as Holy Basil — meaning “The Incomparable One” — it is considered a sacred plant in India where it is grown and nurtured with great care as it symbolises Lakshmi (the goddess of wealth, fortune and prosperity). Within Ayurveda, Tulsi is traditionally used to detox, rejuvenate and restore, maintaining wellness, longevity and happiness, with the leaves used in teas, tinctures and topical preparations. Research* suggests that Tulsi contains anti-oxidants and is an adaptogen (helping reduce stress), it also suggests that Tulsi may; help support the immune system, help detox, aid physical and cognitive performance, as well as helping to de-stress and elevate mood.

Our cleansing, calming friend for life!

250g / approx. 250 serves / $0.11 per serve


  • Adaptogen; helping the body adapt to stress, allowing for an increased tolerance to mental exhaustion, enhancing attention and mental endurance.
    Immunomodulator; strengthening, balancing, supporting and regulating the immune system, optimising immune response.

    Tulsi, also known as Holy Basil, is one of the most sacred plants in India and is considered "The Queen of the Herbs" for its restorative and spiritual properties. Tulsi (also spelled Tulasi or Thulasi) has been used within the practice of Ayurveda for 1000's of years, to support a healthy response to stress, natural detoxification, increase stamina, endurance and energy and restore balance and harmony. In Ayurveda the Tulsi last is also used to treat many diseases like cold, cough and other ailments, and is also said to purify the atmosphere and act as a mosquito repellent.

    Modern research has classified Tulsi as an adaptogenic herb and has been used Many adaptogenic herbs have been referred to by herbalists as rejuvenate herbs, qi tonic herbs, rasayanas or restorative herbs. They help the body adapt to environmental, physical and emotional stressors, support normal functions and restore balance.
    Research supports Traditional uses, suggesting that Tulsi is an immunomodulator, providing anti-oxidants that help support wholistic health including; cognitive function, balancing blood sugar, circulation, lung health and even act as a contraception for men.

    More research can be found under the Science tab.

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    Nutritional Panel

    Serving Size: 1-5g per Serve (1/4tsp - 1 tbsp)
    Ingredients: Organic Tulsi Powder (Ocimum sanctum)

    Per Serve (1g) Per 100g
    Energy (kJ) 1.24kJ 123.98kJ 
    Calories (kcal) 0.29kcal 29.17kcal
    Protien 0.03g 3.20g
    Total Carbohydrates 0.03g 2.70g
    - Sugars 0.00g 0.00g
    - Fibre 0.02g 1.60g
    Total Fat 0.00g 0.64g
    - Saturated 0.00g 0.00g
    Sodium <0.04mg <4.00mg

    Active Ingredients

    Essential Oils (Eogenol, methyl-eugenol, carvacrol, limatrol, carophyllene), Sterols (beta-sitosterol, stigmasterol), Flavanoids (antio-oxidants) and Fatty Acids.


    Caution should be taken when also taking medication to manage glutathione. As a male contraceptive caution should be taken by men who are trying to start a family. If you have concerns we recommend consulting your health care practitioner.
  • As with many things internet based, a lot of information is copied and pasted, has a dash of creative license, a sprinkling of Chinese whispers and boom you have a new superfood or a superherb. When we select our products we look for the most effective and the very best quality. So we research and research some more, then provide all of that research for you so that you can make up your own mind.
Tulsi has been shown to potentially improve VO2 Max, as well as aid capacity and reduce the symptoms of asthma. [1]

Tulsi has been researched and found to help improve immune response, suggested to increase our bodies natural killer (NK) cells. Research has also suggested that Tulsi may help protect the body whilst being treated with Chemotherapy. [1, 2, 4, 5, 12]

Studies have suggested that when tulsi is taken for extended periods it has the ability to help reduce stress, elevate mood and cognitive function. Tulsi has also been indicated to improve immune response in relation to viral infections. Research has also been shown to potentially help treat dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease. [1, 2, 3, 4]

Tulsi has been suggested to be able to reduce overall blood glucose levels, and fasted glucose levels in the blood stream of people with type 2 Diabetes. It has also been shown to help reduce high blood pressure in those with hypertension. Studies have found that Tulsi may help balance blood sugar by impacting the enzymes responsible for carbohydrate metabolism. [1, 2, 4, 14, 15, 16]

Tulsi has been found by some research to help reduce the oxidation of fats in the liver and heart. [2, 17]

It has been suggested by some research that Tulsi has the ability to aid wound healing and strength. [2]

Polysaccharides found in Tulsi may help reduce the oxidation to fats and DNA founds in certain cells, and the flavonoids may help protect against radiation. [2, 18, 19]

    ANTI-OXIDANT (Oral health)
Tulsi has been suggested to help reduce plaque when incorporated in a mouthwash, while also reducing inflammation. [11]

Tulsi contains linoleic acid, which has been shown to potentially act a an anti-bacterial against; Staphylococcus aureus, Bacillus pumius and Pseudomonas aeruginosa. [2, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10]
    Research has also suggested that when applied topically it may help control skin infections. [7]

It has been suggested that Tulsi has the ability to act as a contraceptive in males, by impacting hormones and reducing sperm count, which was also shown to be reversible. [2]


    The Tulsi is organically and sustainably grown in India using 100% renewable energy. The leaves are harvested and dehydrated in the direct sunlight, then moved to the shade before being inspected, sorted and sent for processing.


    When the leaves arrive for processing, the leaves are then passed through machines to have any impurities removed before being steam sterilised. The leaves are then moved to be micronised and ground into powder (the entire process is completed below 40°C). Once ground to powder it is bulk packaged for transport.


    The product is then put on a ship and sails to Australia and arrives at The Grove HQ approximately 4 weeks later.


    Once it arrives at The Grove HQ we carry out quality control checks and repackage it ready for you.


    The Life of Tulsi

Growing Tulsi is similar to growing sweet basil. Tulsi grows well in loamy and fertile soil with good drainage and a pH of around 6 to 7.5. It thrives in full sun but also grows in partial shade where it gets at least four hours of sunlight a day. When the top inch of soil is dry, then the Tulsi plant needs some water, but don't water when it's been raining and reduce watering by and during the winter to avoid diseases, when possible it's also a good idea to move the plant inside where the temperature outside gets below 10°C, placing it near a sunny window where the temperature is constant, you can then move it back outside when there is no chance of a frost.
    Fertalise every couple of weeks.
    To encourage a bushy a plant, as the leaves form four or six pairs of leaves, pinch the tops off, and if it begins to flower (seeding), pinch those off too to enable the plant to become bigger and fuller.
    Tusli needs to be pruned year round to manage its size and enable it to have a more compact full growth, you can do this by removing any leaves that become faded, wilted or discoloured to encourage new leave, this also keeps the plant healthy. If having a big pruning session then don't remove any more than half of the growth of stem.

    You can harvest your Tulsi plant throughout the growing season, either taking single leaves of whole branches if your plant is big enough. Use leaves the same day unless drying them, as they fade quickly.
  • traditional uses

    Alleviates Fevers
    Alleviates Coughing
    Benefits Breathing
    Aids Digestion
    Aids the Heart


    For more than 5,000 years, Tulsi (also known as Holy Basil) has been revered as one of the most sacred herbs in India, it is a plant that you will find in almost all every Hindu households growing in an earthenware pot, coveted and in a central location to be admired, loved and worshipped, using the leaves in teas.
    It is believed that Tulsi is a manifestation of Lakshmi (the Hindu Goddess of wealth, fortune and prosperity), who left her human form to return to the celestial abode of Vishnu (a principle God in Hinduism) as his wife, leaving great spiritual powers within the plant. And so in the mornings, water is offered with incense and flowers and in the evening oil lamps are lit in front of the plant.
    Because Tulsi (Lakshmi) is so close to Vishnu when worshiping Vishnu, there must always be Tulsi leaves.
  • Getting in the Kitchen

    You can mix this Tulsi powder with juice, smoothies or milk to make a beverage or into raw cakes or with honey as a decongestant. It can also be added to other poultices for fungal infections, or face masks to enhance the complexion. If you are looking for a specific combination of herbs we recommend consulting your healthcare practitioner, combinations may include those to; enhance clarity, the mind, sooth an infection or aid digestion.

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    We have packaged your product in cost effective black bags, which protect the products from damaging UV rays which degrade your product. We have also inserted a silica-based desiccant pack to absorb any unwanted moisture and keep your products safer and help them last longer.


    Caution should be taken when also taking medication to manage glutathione. As a male contraceptive caution should be taken by men who are trying to start a family. If you have concerns we recommend consulting your health care practitioner.



The Grove's products and philosophies are very much aligned with the practices of Ayurveda, who's principles have roots embedded in 1000's of years of tradition. Ayurveda looks to treat the person, ensuring that all aspects of the physical, spiritual and environmental are considered when seeking Optimum Health for an individual. These Ancient methods integrate Ayurveda (nutrition), Yoga (physical) and Tantra (spiritual) to create a balanced peaceful life.


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    Taylor H.
    Uplifted and clear!

    So uplifting. I feel clear and calm and focused after having some tulsi. Its nice just with milk and ghee as a warm drink. But sometimes I also like to add it to my porridge on cld mornings. Im actually thinking I might add it into the mint slice recipe in their blog. So good.

    Angela B.
    Great product

    So tulsi. It’s great. I recommend it. Everything they say it does, it does. Get on it. They’re great.

    Nicole R.
    More companies should be like the grove

    Great quality. Great product. Great service. Great price. And sustainable with compostable packs. Such a great company, its a shame not more businesses are this committed.

    Ned J.
    Great for circulation

    I researched tulsi for its ability to help circulation. Ive been taking it for around a month now and feel so much better. Its hard to describe, I just feel clearer and have more energy with less fatigue. And the service was extraordinary. Such great staff.

    Tierney M.
    Just another great product

    Cannot get enough of the Grove Products. I am an avid purchaser of the mushrooms and take them every day. But this tulsi is great too, I cannot fault the products or service. And the recipes help me out no end. Thanks.

    Stephen L.
    Helped my digestion

    Tulsi was recommended to me for digestion. I ended up buying it with triphala. I definitely feel clearer and as though I have more energy now ive ben taking them for around a month. The taste is great and the products are great quality.

    Delia S.
    Tulsi is part of the mint family!!

    I didn't even realise that Tulsi was part of the mint family!! The smell is so delicious, I feel calm before I have even added it to anything. I do love a mint hot choc, I add it to the flow with some mint essential oil now I know its all uplifting. So yummy. I feel great. Truely a great product.

    Jacque B.
    Calmer and focused.

    I have been taking Tulsi for around a week now and I can say that I feel calmer and more focused. And the order came all wrapped up like a little gift with a note. Such great service.

    Josie M.
    Extremely impressed with the grove

    My Ayurveda practitioner gave me a discount code to use with the grove on a couple of products she advised I take. I was extremely impressed with the service and the care in the shipment. The Tulsi is also great quality, I feel fitter and clearer. Great product.

    Vandana P.
    Yummy and calming and healthy

    I love that i've found such a healthy product that's yummy and calming. I fill my big mug with warm milk (almond is my fave), throw in some tulsi, chaga, astragalus, tremella, a dash of maple and some peppermint essential oil. So creamy creamy. Get your glow on and be clear headed with The Grove. Thoroughly recommend.

    Micheal D.
    Great quality product for digestion and clarity

    I haven’t found a better quality tulsi anywhere. This one is organic and who cares if its Aussie organic or EU organic, organic is organic. They did a great job sourcing this product. Well done. It definitely does what it says on the tin.

    Dominique M.
    The incomparable one

    Thats what they say about it on the website… well it is. I love it. I feel calmer, more nurturing, I feel clearer. Its great. And their recipe for mint energy balls is the best. Such great products.