ORGANIC INDIA Tulsi Orginal Canister 3.5oz
Boosts the immune system
Abundant in antioxidants
50 2 gram servings
Kosher & Halal certified
Tulsi, also known as Holy Basil, is a truly sacred healing herb from a plant that is native to the Indian sub-continent, and has been revered there for thousands of years. In India Tulsi's health enhancing qualities and exalted status as "The Incomparable One" "The Queen of Herbs" and are widely known by just about everyone.
We use only the finest varieties of organically grown Tulsi: Rama, Krishna and Vana Tulsi leaves, to make our Original Tulsi Tea. Tulsi Tea is simple yet full bodied and has a delicious soothing flavor that is uplifting and satisfying. Tulsi brings relief from stress, is deeply nourishing on a cellular lever, is abundant in antioxidants, and is caffeine free!
Organic Krishna, Rama and Vana Tulsi
To Make An Individual Cup of Tea
You will need a "tea basket" that inserts into a cup, a "tea ball" or an individual empty "tea bag." Place a tablespoon of Tulsi tea leaves into the tea basket, ball or tea bag, and place in your favorite mug. Bring clean fresh water to boil, and pour boiling water over Tulsi tea leaves in your cup. Cover and let steep for 5 - 10 minutes. Remove tea basket, ball or bag, and enjoy. Use more tea leaves for a stronger flavor and less for a milder flavor, as per your taste. Please note: The stronger the tea, the more potent the benefits.
To Make A Pot of Tea
Use one full tablespoon of tea per cup. Place the tea leaves in your teapot, and pour fresh boiling water over the tea leaves. Let the tea steep for 5 - 10 minutes, and pour through a small strainer directly into the cup. Use more tea for a stronger flavor and less for a milder flavor, as per your taste. Please note: The stronger the tea, the more potent the benefits.
To Make 1 Quart of Iced Tea
Pour 2 cups of boiling water over 8 teaspoons of tea, cover and add sweetener if desired. Infuse for 20 minutes. Strain and add 2 cups of cold water, and refrigerate. Pour over ice to serve.
We recommend that women who are pregnant, attempting to conceive, or lactating consult their healthcare practitioner before consuming Tulsi (Holy Basil).