Tulsi (Holy Basil)

Tulsi also known as Holy Basil, is used a lot in Ayurvedic medicine, as well as herbal and true tea blends. Tulsi is a close relative to culinary basil, but differs in both medicinal and physical properties.

Tulsi has many common uses within Ayurvedic medicine such as treating: 

-Asthma, bronchitis, cold/flu, congestion, coughs, sore throats and similar conditions.

-Gastric disorders, mouth diseases, cramping, ulcers, indigestion, and vomiting.

-Headaches, earaches, joint pain and rheumatoid arthritis.

-Diabetes and blood sugar imbalances, high blood pressure and high cholesterol.

Medical research has confirmed some of tulsi's amazing medical properties:

-Powerful adaptogen (reduces stress and increases energy).

-High in antioxidants (fights free radicals).

-Protective of the liver by protecting from certain chemical toxins as well as radiation. (safe to use when going through chemotherapy treatment)

-Anti-inflammatory properties (helping with joint and arthritic pains).

-Able to reduce the severity and frequency of asthma attacks.

-Been shown to help modulate the immune system's activity to normal levels.

Tulsi tea is one of the easiest ways of consuming tulsi, using 1tsp of fresh leaves or a 1/2tsp of dried leaves per 8oz. of boiling water. To get the most beneficial effects from the tulsi it is recommended to steep the tea for upwards of 20 minutes.

Here is our options for Tulsi or Tulsi teas,

For plain Tulsi   https://spiritoaktea.ca/products/tulsi?_pos=1&_sid=d55e36b77&_ss=r

For our Tulsi tisane   https://spiritoaktea.ca/products/tulsi-twist?_pos=2&_sid=d55e36b77&_ss=r

For our Brain tea  https://spiritoaktea.ca/products/smar-tea-pants?_pos=3&_sid=d55e36b77&_ss=r


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