Tulsi Tea

Tulsi tea, also known as Holy Basil tea, is a herbal infusion made from the Ocimum tenuiflorum plant. Tulsi Tea offers a blend of flavours and health benefits, and has an enjoyable, refreshing aroma and soothing taste. Tulsi tea has been cherished for many centuries in Ayurvedic traditions, promoting balance and rejuvenation for the mind, body, and spirit.

What is Tulsi or Holy Basil Tea?

Known in India as the sacred Queen of Herbs, many Indian families will have a pot of Tulsi or Holy Basil growing in the garden or courtyard. This rejuvenating herb makes a caffeine free tea that contains many health benefits for the mind, body and soul!

What are Tulsi Tea's health benefits?

  • Immune Boosting and expectorant qualities provide natural relief from coughs and colds.
  • Contains antioxidants which provide protection from free radicals.
  • Stress relieving as it modulates Cortisol levels.
  • Regulates blood sugar levels, and assists metabolism
  • Contains antimicrobial properties assisting in eradicating harmful bacteria in the mouth.
  • May assist with arthritis and inflammatory conditions, as it contains an oil called Eugenol, which suppresses inflammation and provides pain relief.
  • Contains Linoleic Acid to enhance healthy skin.

What is the best time to take Tulsi Tea?

With so many health pluses, enjoy a couple of cups a day to reap the benefits of this amazing Ayurvedic herb! In the event of illness, the quantity can be increased to support recovery.

Can I add milk to Tulsi Tea?

It is recommended that milk is not added, as Holy Basil is part of the Mint family and is incompatible with milk, according to Ayurvedic advice.

Get your day off to a great start with a mug of this delicious tea and prepare for a restful night's sleep at the end the day with a soothing cup!

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