Bluebonnet Holy Basil Review

Darryl Powers
Reviewed here is a product called Bluebonnet Holy Basil. The main ingredient in this product is an herb called Holy Basil, which has long been used in India—where it is called “Tulsi” (aka “The Incomparable One”)—as medicine, food, and for religious ceremonies, mostly in the Ayurvedic tradition. In Ayurveda, yogis and…
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Reviewed here is a product called Bluebonnet Holy Basil. The main ingredient in this product is an herb called Holy Basil, which has long been used in India—where it is called “Tulsi” (aka “The Incomparable One”)—as medicine, food, and for religious ceremonies, mostly in the Ayurvedic tradition. In Ayurveda, yogis and sages prepare for meditation with a tonic of Holy basil, which brings calm and blissfulness. It is also used traditionally as a heart tonic.

Holy basil is an adaptogenic herb with numerous health benefits:

  • Increased energy
  • Improved stress response via better Cortisol regulation
  • Increased vitality and immune function

Holy basil also has the following qualities:

  • Made from wildcrafted Organic components
  • Therapeutic and specific to conditions
  • Rapidly and thoroughly (98%) metabolized and absorbed
  • A 100 ml bottle – excellent value!

With the goal of learning more about the product and informing your product selection process, independent research was conducted on Bluebonnet Holy Basil. It is important to help put this product in context of the vast array of herbal supplements on the market, many of which are sold by companies more interested in profit than their product’s effectiveness. Please read the results below discover if Bluebonnet Holy Basil is appropriate for you.

Ingredients

Bluebonnet Holy Basil contains the following ingredients:

  • 400 mg. (per milliliter of 1:4 leaf extract) holy basil leaves (Latin: Ocimum sanctum) (Organic).
  • Each vegetable capsule contains cellulose and magnesium stearate.

It should be noted that this product is not considered a medication, but rather a health supplement. This product is Kosher and free of the following products: eggs, milk, fish/shellfish, tree nuts, wheat and gluten, soy, yeast, rice or barley, sugar, and sodium.

Dosage

The product website does not provide specific instructions for dosage or use. The manufacturer has not listed any side effects, but instructs users to contact their doctor if they experience any reactions—allergic or otherwise—to the product.

Price

No price is listed for this product on the Internet. For pricing information, the consumer may want to check with known retailers.

Guarantee

At the time of writing this review, no assurance of quality or satisfaction was provided by the manufacturer. This is unfortunate and disappointing, since many similar products carry such guarantees in an effort to provide consumers confidence when trying an unfamiliar product.

Conclusion

There is no guarantee provided for this product and we need not say more after that because the lack of one in any product is an indication of zero confidence in it from it’s manufacturers.


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