It is used in traditional medicine mainly as febrifuge and for the treatment of respiratory diseases. The oil yield of the variety is 91.71 Kg/ha
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2. Raju, P. M., et al. "Volatile Constituents of the Leaves of Ocimum sanctum L." Journal of Essential Oil Research 11.2 (1999): 159-161.