The plant that grew in the Badrinath shrine associated with the trust of millions of people has also surprised the science world. The results that came after the research are extremely shocking. The scientists were just wondering what would be the impact of global warming and the bad effects of climate change on basil? But the results surprised them. It has been found that Badri Tulsi, the addicted to cold conditions in the Himalayas and the cold conditions in the Himalayas, will absorb more carbon. Not only this, the temperature will increase further. Let the visitors of the Chardham take the devotees and devotees, Badri Tulsi as their offerings. Regional people have dedicated it to Lord Badri Vishal. Nobody does harm to its plants. The devotees only break it for offering. Badri basil is available on such a large scale only in Badrinath Dham. Its medicinal properties have been widely appreciated in the Puranas. People drink tea also. But its other qualities have also been exposed in the new environment being created by climate change. Under the data base being prepared for the protection of herbs from the side effects of climate change, the first time the scientists tested on Badri Tulsi. It found amazing ability to combat climate change. The Ecology, Climate Change and Forest Influence Division of Forest Research Institute (FRI) tested it in its Open Top Chamber. It found that the ability to absorb carbon in the normal Tulsi and other plants is 12 percent more. If the temperature increases, its capacity will increase by 22 percent. Its plant becomes 5-6 feet tall. Plants make the umbrella shape, so that it absorbs more carbon.
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Badri Tulsi has amazing ability to counter the adverse effects of climate change. This has proved to be the result of research. It absorbs more carbon and its capacity will increase as temperatures rise.