Immunity provides powerful immune support in the face of free radical damage, environmental toxins and stress. Immunity helps boost the immune system function, combining the benefits of deep rejuvenation with natural detoxification. Abundant in antioxidants, Immunity helps relieve stress, supports the liver, and strengthens the immune response.
Immunity boosts and improves immune system response and increases adaptogenic resilience to free radical damage, environmental toxins and stress. Much of its profound activity is mediated through antioxidants.
Many immunity supportive substances are simply anti-pathogen and are germ theory based. This formula is terrain theory based and actually reorganizes the terrain to be strong and resilient while also having several other mechanisms to support immunity.
Note that Katuki is a cold and intense herb which is balanced by Tulsi’s warmth and soothing factors.
|Traditional Uses||Optimizing & Complementary Products||Notes|
|Supports both types of immunity, including terrain-based.|
|Adaptogen/Anti-stress||An especially good adaptogen for anyone requiring extra liver/kidney support.|
|Antioxidant||Fantastic source of antioxidants, especially those that support liver function.|
|Digestive||Tulsi improves digestion in the stomach, while Katuki is one of the best herbs to optimize digestion in the liver.|
|Liver||You will be hard-pressed to find a better hepatoprotective herb than Katuki, which traditionally is used to resolve the most challenging of awry liver states.|
Katuki, most commonly called Kutki, is a rare high Himalayan herb endangered in the wild. ORGANIC INDIA is making a significant effort to sustainably wild-cultivate it at altitudes of 10,000 feet or more. All ORGANIC INDIA herbs are thoroughly tested for heavy metals. For more information, please read this.
Katuki/Kutki rhizome (Picrorrhiza kurroa) with kutkiol, kutkisterol, kutkoside, picrorhizin, picrosides
Krishna Tulsi / Holy Basil leaf and flower (Ocimum sanctum) with eugenol, caryophyllene and ursolic acid
Vana Tulsi / African Basil leaf and flower (Ocimum gratissimum) with eugenol, caryophyllene and ursolic acid
We recommend that women who are pregnant, attempting to conceive, or lactating consult their healthcare practitioner before consuming Tulsi (Holy Basil).