Given that the plants have antibacterial and antiviral capabilities and purify the air, Krishna Tulsi is a staple of daily worship and has a scientific history. A member of the Lamiaceae family is Krishna Tulsi. Both traditional and medical uses exist for Krishna Tulsi.
Krishna Tulsi has a pleasant flavor and stimulates the body, mind, and soul gently. Krishna Tulsi, also known as Purple Leaf Tulsi, is well-known for its spicy, astringent, and crisp flavor.
It has purple-colored dark leaves and stems. Tulsi blossoms are tiny, reddish to purple in hue, and grow in close-knit clusters on cylindrical spikes. Away from AC vents, easily grows in air-conditioned spaces. Avoid over watering the plant, particularly if the pot lacks drainage holes.