Divulge In The Wondrous Taste Of Organic Tulsi Tea

Posted June 7, 2022 by Ministryofteauk

Enjoy the strong, rich taste of tulsi tea and its health benefits
The cool organic tulsi blends of ashwagandha and black pepper with its leaves of holy basil create a strong aroma and sharp, bitter flavour. Related to the culinary basil family it may have a slight floral or peppery touch.
Variations or additions to tulsi tea may create a clove-like aroma with a spiced flavour or fresh ginger and lemon to enhance a lemony aroma and flavour. A warm cup of tulsi tea every morning can help with good digestion and regular consumption may prevent acidity and can treat a common cold. Filled with medicinal properties it will help with dry coughs and improve respiratory problems.
Popular in India for its healing remedies, tulsi leaves can help fight anti-microbial harmful bacteria and germs in the mouth. Holy basil tea leaves are known to combat colds, a sore throat, and coughs and help mild indigestion. Tulsi tea is good to relieve bronchitis, asthma, and eosinophilic lung disease.
“All herbal teas have various health benefits, which is one of the reasons they have become so popular. Tulsi tea is no exception with its assistance to help increase a faster metabolism of carbohydrates and fats, assist in good blood sugar levels used as the body’s energy source,” said a company spokesperson of the Ministry of Tea.
Steeped in boiling water between 3-5 minutes or longer for a stronger taste, organic tulsi tea is a blend of a combination of the ‘Tulsi Trio’ – Rama, Krishna and Vana – with Ashwagandha and organic black pepper; together they form a wonderful energy booster and stress reliever.
Tulsi is known as holy basil due to its history of religious and spiritual effects and its origin from the same perennial herb and shrub family as the basil spice used for cooking. The plant’s flowering herbs: mint, sage, oregano, rosemary and lavender enhance its flavour.
The three varieties of the tulsi plant, Krishna, Rama and Vana each carry their own characteristics. Krishna is the purple leaf tulsi, marks the plant with its purple leaves, and provides the spicy aroma of cloves. Rama boasts green leaves and white or purple flowers and emits a clover-like aroma. Vana is a wild leaf indigenous to Asia and various parts of Africa and cultivated in the Himalayas and the plains of India. The leaves give off a refreshing citrus aroma and fruity flavour.
There are many legends surrounding the tulsi plant and in one such legend, it is believed the plant is a threshold between heaven and earth the creator-god Brahma resides in its branches.
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Last Updated June 7, 2022