Botanical name of Bitter Gourd, Haldi (Turmeric), and Tulsi (Holy Basil)

The botanical name of Bitter gourd Haldi and Tulsi

Friends, in response to the question you asked – the botanical name of Bitter gourd, Haldi (turmeric), and Tulsi (holy basil), we are giving the botanical name of these three vegetable crops in the form of a table. And these three are known and popular due to their medicinal properties. But Tulsi is very popular in India due to its medicinal properties as well as a special, religiosity.

S.N.PlantBotanical NameFamily
1Bitter gourdMomordica charantiaCucurbitaceae
2Haldi (Turmeric)Curcuma longaZingiberaceae
3Tulsi (Holy Basil)Ocimum tenuiflorumLamiaceae

Bitter gourd (Karela)

Bitter Gourd (Momordica charantia) is a widely consumed vegetable of the Cucurbitaceae family.

It is widely grown and incorporated in its diet in South America, East Africa, and Asia continent India, etc. and it plays an important role in vegetables as well as Ayurveda. Its vegetable is as bitter in food as it is popular because it is also rich in medicinal properties.

Haldi (Turmeric)

Turmeric (Curcuma longa) is a flower and medicinal plant also with spices that plant. It belongs to the Ginger family.

Turmeric” is currently grown and used in other parts of the continent of Asia. It is mostly used in vegetables as spices and Ayurvedic medicine.

Tulsi (Holy Basil)

Tulsi (Ocimum tenuiflorum) is a medicinal plant. Which is used as an herb in the Ayurveda as well as in India it is known as the holy basil.

This plant of the Mint family (Lamiaceae) and is grown for its fragrant leaves. Holy Basil is a native plant of the Indian subcontinent and is grown easily in entire Southeast Asia.

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