Ocimum sanctum


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Ocimum sanctum,

n See basil, holy.
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Aims and Objectives: In our study, we have attempted to evaluate new compound Ocimum sanctum (OS) in the hope of identifying the anxiolytics with fewer side effects as many plant products have been claimed to be free from side effects and less toxic than synthetic drugs.
Tulsi extract, obtained from the dried leaves of Ocimum sanctum, is commonly known as Indian Holy Basil.
Antimicrobial activity of Ocimum sanctum have been reported to be higher as compared to commonly available other species of Ocimum (O.
Jaggi, Ameliorative Potential of Ocimum sanctum in Chronic Constriction Injury-Induced Neuropathic Pain in Rats, Annals of the Brazilian Academy of Sciences, 87, 417 (2015).
Constituents of Ocimum sanctum with antistress activity.
Immunomodulatory activity of aqueous extract of Ocimum sanctum in rat.
1995), previously Pangasa (2005) experimentally observed that herbal immunomodulator (containing Mangifera indica, Ocimum sanctum, Phyllanthus emblica, Wlthania somnifera and Shilajit) are very much helpful in boosting immune system and fighting against caecal coccidiosis.
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Tulsi is evergreen plant of Ocimum sanctum belonging to family Lamiaceae.
Antioxidant potential of Ocimum sanctum under growth regulators treatments.