Do You Know What Tulsi Tea Is?

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So I’m always on the hunt for new teas.

I know it’s an addiction, and I just can’t seem to help myself, but there could be way worse things, right? So with that being said, let me introduce you to a fabulous new tea offering that’s arrived just in time for the holidays.

This new offering hits the herbal and organic categories and tastes incredible!

Organic Tulsi Cranberry Orange Ginger Tea

If you’ve not heard of Tulsi tea, you’re not alone.

For many people, Tulsi tea — also known as Holy Basil tea — is something new. In reality, Tulsi originated in India thousands of years ago.

Tulsi tea is known for its rich antioxidant and adaptogenic properties. These qualities can promote wellness by strengthening the body’s immune system, reducing stress, and improving mental clarity — three big things we can all use. Tulsi tea’s antioxidants protect cells from the damage caused by free radicals that can cause various diseases. This herbal blend serves up powerful anti-stress agents that protect your body from a wide range of health concerns. It can guard against and deal with physical, chemical, environmental, and emotional factors that produce high levels of stress that compromise physical and mental health.

Organic Tulsi Cranberry Orange Ginger Tea is a caffeine-free, organic herbal blend of Tulsi, orange peel, hibiscus, rose hip, and ginger root that brews to a reddish amber cup. Cranberry, hibiscus, and orange create a fruity taste, with light, sweet ginger notes finishing off the flavor profile. Enjoy this antioxidant powerhouse any time of the day or evening. And did I mention it tastes delicious?

Here are some of the potential health benefits of Tulsi tea:

  • Strengthens the immune system, promotes longevity, and enhances well-being.
  • Great for hot flashes and other menopause symptoms.
  • Promotes heart health by lowering cholesterol and high blood pressure.
  • Reduces the damaging physical and psychological effects of stress.
  • Increases the body’s efficiency in using oxygen, improving stamina, strength, and endurance.
  • Promotes respiratory health.
  • Helps with digestion and gastrointestinal problems.
  • Neutralizes dangerous biochemicals that contribute to cancer, degenerative diseases, and premature aging.
  • Facilitates healthy liver function.
  • Reduces cell and tissue damage from sun rays, radiation therapy, and other radiation sources.
  • Relieves inflammation from arthritis and other diseases.
  • Helps fight infections.

If you’re looking for a new tea to try, I can highly recommend this one. It’s quickly jumped to one of my new go-to teas.

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