Organic Tulsi Tea

Humans have been using tulsi for over 5,000 years. Whether as a tea, tincture, or oil, tulsi has been a part of daily life in India for thousands of years.

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Certified Organic Ingredients

Know what you’re putting into your body. Our tulsi tea is USDA Organic, caffeine-free, non-GMO, and gluten-free.

Whole-body healing

Indians have worshipped tulsi for its curative properties. Boost your heart, skin, lungs, and mind with this holy tea.

Adapt and perform

Handle what life throws at you with tulsi’s rich antioxidants. Recover after an intense workout or a long day at the office.

The word tulsi means “The Incomparable One,” which speaks volumes to the healing powers of tulsi tea.

Tulsi is a plant that’s native to the Indian subcontinent. Also known as holy basil, tulsi has great significance in Indian culture as a healing agent.

Humans have been using tulsi for over 5,000 years. Whether as a tea, tincture, or oil, tulsi has been a part of daily life in India for thousands of years.

According to Indian legend, the tulsi plant is the worldly embodiment of the goddess Lakshmi. Other legends say the plant came from the god Vishnu’s tears that fell to earth.

However it came into being, tulsi is a powerful plant.

This heavenly tea has been a staple in traditional Indian medicine for millennia. Its whole-body benefits include:

  • Stress reduction. Tulsi is an adaptogenic herb that de-stresses the body and decreases inflammation.
  • Respiratory health. Tulsi is a natural cough suppressant and expectorant.
  • Fever reduction. Tulsi is naturally antimicrobial, which means it can fight fever from infectious disease.
  • Heart health. Maintain healthy cholesterol and blood pressure with a daily cup of tulsi tea.
  • Glowing skin. Tulsi’s antioxidants fight signs of aging.

Tulsi has other helpful properties, too. It’s said that the plant itself can repel mosquitoes. It’s also a flavorful addition to stir fry.

Tulsi tea is a rich red color and has a strong aroma. Its flavor is slightly bitter, with notes of pepper, clove, and lemon.

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