|(Ocimum sanctum) Native to India, Tulsi is revered in Ayuvedic medicine as a powerful healing plant. Called "Queen of Herbs" and "The Elixir of Life", Tulsi has been used for thousands of years for its healing properties. Our Tulsi comes from northern India in the area known as Oudh (Awadh).|
Some healthy properties of Tulsi include:
It's easy to see why Tulsi has always been considered vital to so many people!
There is conflicting information regarding the safety of Tulsi while pregnant as well as the safety of Tulsi for infants and toddlers. If you have health issues or concerns, please consult with your physician prior to drinking this (or any) herbal tea.
Tulsi brews to a golden cup color and has a light lemon, mint taste that is slightly earthy. Delicious brewed hot or cold!
Brewing: Use 1 heaping tsp. per 8oz of boiling water. Steep for at least 5 minutes. Steeping longer (up to 10 minutes) will release more of the herbs healthful properties but may be too strong for some people. A touch of sweetener may be added.
Please Note: The information given here has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
|Interesting herbal tea. It was reminiscent of basil but had a great lemon flavor to it. It is a nice change of pace, especially this time of year when one is looking for all the immune support you can get!|
|- Stacy, PA|
||Smooth flavor, relaxing results
|Excellent way to end the day. I tried Tulsi from our local health food store, it didnt compare to S&Vs for rich flavor or strength when brewed. The Tulsi blends are also very nice.|
|- Tracy, OR|