3 Tricks to add Tulsi to your child’s diet


The benefits of Tulsi are no secret to us! We have planted it in our homes since time immemorial and worshiped it. A plant with so many benefits is surely fit to be worshiped!

Tulsi purifies the air and has numerous medicinal benefits. Some of which are these:

  • Has detoxifying properties
  • Acts as immunity booster
  • Has antibiotic, antibacterial properties
  • Helps relieve stress
  • Cures respiratory conditions like cold, cough
  • Is rich in phytonutrients, essential oils, Vitamin A and C

Our children would benefit immensely from consuming Tulsi leaves daily. The only deterrent here, can be its sharp taste and therefore it may get rejected by our children!

Here are some hacks to help you make your child (even as small as 1 yr old!) consume Tulsi.


  • Add Tulsi leaves to their water tumbler


Simply add Tulsi leaves to the sipper/spout/water tumbler that your child drinks water from. Once you put the lid on the child will not be able to see the leaves in it, and will be sipping Tulsi water throughout the day



  • Boil Tulsi Leaves and use this water in several other things


You can boil the leaves and use this water in more than one way. For example

  • Add this water to any fresh fruit juice that you are giving to your child.
  • Use this water to puree your vegetables or fruits
  • Use this water with vegetable stock to make your soup.
  • You an even use this water for making Halwa

There can be several other ways of adding this water in the food being cooked for the baby.


  • Add finely chopped Tulsi leaves to a fruit salad or Kheer

Chop us few fruits, especially bananas and sprinkle very finely chopped Tulsi leaves on it. You can garnish other sweet dishes like Kheer or custard with finely chopped Tulsi leaves as well.

Discover simple ways to keep your child healthy!


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