Tulsi is a stiff, leafy, perennial herb. The plant develops small pink, fragrant blossoms when mature. With thicker stems, ranging in color from green to a dark purple, it has a bushy appearance and can grow quite large. Its narrow, oval leaves range from a light green to deep purple color and are very aromatic.
Overconsumption of Tulsi by pregnant women may have long term effects both on the mother and the baby. It might also trigger reactions in pregnant women.(2)
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