St. Francis Herb Farm Holy Basil stress reducing supplement

St. Francis Herb Farm Holy Basil Review

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Samantha Somerson, PharmD.

What is St. Francis Herb Farm Holy Basil?

Reviewed here is a product called St. Francis Herb Farm Holy Basil. The main ingredient in this product is an adaptogenic 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 carries 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 compoonents
  • Therapeutic and specific to conditions
  • Rapidly and thoroughly (98%) metabolized and absorbed medium
  • 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 St. Francis Herb Farm Holy Basil. It is important to help put this product in context of the vast array of herbal supplements available, many of which are sold by companies more interested in profit than their product’s effectiveness. Please read the results below discover if St. Francis Herb Farm Holy Basil is appropriate for you.

Ingredients

St. Francis Herb Farm Holy Basil contains the following ingredients:

  • 250 mg. Holy basil leaf (Latin: Ocimum sanctum) per ml. (1:4 QCE)
  • Alcohol (grain), water (distilled)

It should be noted that this product is not considered a medication, but rather a health supplement. This product is Certified as Organically Grown.

Dosage

Adult consumers are instructed to add 1 1/3 to 2 ml. (about 40 to 60 drops) to water 3 time a day, between meals. 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. For product guarantees, known retail distributors may want to be contacted, though policies will likely vary. 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

In order to help you select a product that is right for you, independent research was conducted on St. Francis Herb Farm Holy Basil. It was found that; it appears to be a fine product, but unfortunately is not backed up with either a guarantee or positive user reviews, and is not priced online.

What is St. Francis Herb Farm Holy Basil? Reviewed here is a product called St. Francis Herb Farm Holy Basil. The main ingredient in this product is an adaptogenic 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…
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Samantha graduated with a Pharm. D. from Frederic University School of Pharmacy and has worked as a licensed pharmacist for over 25 years. She is well known in her community as an accessible, knowledgeable and trustworthy medical resource. She continually raises awareness for issues that are important to her community such as the dangers of drug use during pregnancy. Additionally, she offers free training classes for everything from insulin pumps to defibrillators. Samantha has also been published numerous times in scholarly and professional journals and would like to expand that number now that her children are grown and have left the house. Samantha starts every day with a Buddhist meditation and has plans to attend a retreat in South Africa this coming year.


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