Tulsi or "Ocimum tenuiflorum" is holy basil that is recognized as a sweet-smelling perennial plant of the family Lamiaceae. It is termed "Tulsi" in Hindi and "Tulasi" in Sanskrit. Holy basil is its English name. It is inherent to the Indian subcontinent and is used as cultivated plants across the Southeast Asian countries. Tulsi has been well known for its antifungal, antibacterial, healing properties since ancient times. Since ancient times, Egyptians and ancient Greeks believed Tulsi is used to put in the mouth of the dying to ensure they reach god. As indicated by Jewish Folklore, it adds strength while fasting. In Portugal, it is impersonated in a pot. Hindus highly revere it. In India, it is praised as it is viewed as a sacred plant among Hindus. It comes at the end of the monsoon season and the start of wedding season in India. When we talk of its colour, the bright-green leaves are called Ram Tulsi, Purplish green leaves are called Krishna Tulsi, and common wild leaves are considered Vana Tulsi. This natural immunity booster contains constituents like Carvacrol, Linalool, Ocimum Sides A, Bucolic acid, Rosmarinic acid and Eugenol. Tulsi offers several benefits like preventing blackheads, relieving skin infections, reducing cold and cough, improving heart health and blood circulation, useful in Kidney stones, promoting hair growth, etc.