As winter approaches what a better time to pour yourself a cup of hot tea. Tulsi Tea not only tastes good but it is loaded with antioxidants and is made from an exotic blend of Tulsi, Black tea. and classic chai spices.
Throughout India, Tulsi is considered “The Queen of Herbs”and is revered as a sacred plant infused with healing power. Traditionally grown in an earthen pot in every family home or garden. Tulsi (also known as Holy Basil) makes a delicious and refreshing tea that possesses wonderful health benefits that support the bodies natural immune system while relieving the body’s negative reaction to stress. Tuli’s remarkable life-enhancing qualities have been noted in ancient Indian scriptures dating back over 5,000 years.
Tulsi Tea make the perfect exotic drink that stimulates your senses and soothes your soul. You can add milk or non-dairy milk for a delicious authentic India experience. Stress relieving and energizing why not try a cup of delicious Tulsi Tea today. —source Organic India
Many times you can’t remember what you you would like to quench your thirst. Another cup of coffee, some hot chocolate, how about hot cider? But when it comes to tradition the English can barely make it through the afternoon without a spot of tea, Maybe we should take a lesson from the English, The Orient, and tea lovers around the world. This Tulsi Tea from India that I recently discovered in a health food store really makes sense and tastes good as well. So by the time the logs are on the fire you can surprise your significant other by serving a cup of Tulsi Tea and it could soon become a part of your daily regimen.
QUOTE: Typical Tea conversation at my house – “Would you like some tea?” “Ok.”
“Alright, I’ve got chamomile, I’ve got chamomile mango, I’ve got chamomile mint, I’ve got peppermint, I’ve got spearmint, I’ve got evening mint, I’ve got plantation mint, I’ve got. . . don’t look at me like that, it’s my sister’s fault, SHE did this to me. . . where was I, . . . I’ve got Evening Jewel, I’ve got tangerine, I’ve got. . .” submitted by Brett Gv. —stashtea.com
THINGS YOU MAY NOT KNOW: ORGANIC INDIA has pioneered the introduction of Tulsi Tea to the international market. Tulsi is recognized as ‘The Mother Medicine of Nature’ and is known both as “The Queen of Herbs” and “The Incomparable One”. Thousands of Ayurvedic texts quote the vast array of healing properties and benefits of Tulsi, which is grown through out India as a sacred herb. Each blend of ORGANIC INDIA’s Tulsi Tea Collection has its own distinct, characteristic taste that contributes to the delicious flavor and aroma in every cup of tea.
THINGS YOU MAY WANT TO SAVE: By drinking several cups of Tulsi Tea per day—you could be instrumental in saving your life or at least extending it—now that’s something to Crow about!
ZENTRAVELER SAYS: Drink Tulsi Tea to relieve stress and energize yourself!
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