Our goal is to create a community including health professionals and essential oils lovers around aromatherapy and digital. The name of Tulsy comes from Tulsi, also holy basil. This plant whose binomial name is Ocimum tenuiflorum is considered the “queen of herbs” in India.
The idea of the Tulsy project comes from our desire to provide an answer to the following 3 needs:
- Democratizing Aromatherapy: Aromatherapy is an alternative medicine that is not usually refunded by health insurance. This alternative medicine remains reserved for a part of the population that has the financial meansmeans to consult specialized health professionals, and to pay for the treatments that are prescribed for them.
- Prevent the risks associated with self-medication: Although they often have many therapeutic virtues, essential oils should be used with care. But all that is natural is not necessarily safe, and the general public is not always informed of the risks: burns, photosensitization, intoxication etc.
- Become the reference in aromatherapy: Aromatherapy is a victim of its success. Indeed, many websites, press articles and advertisements extol its merits. It therefore seems difficult to separate things for individuals, drowning in this mass of information.