• A simple yet divine infusion of tulsi varieties sourced directly from our hillside fields, this blend reminds us that sometimes less is more.  This infusion features a marriage of Kapoor Tulsi, sometimes called "Temperate Tulsi", and Amrita Tulsi.  The result is a wildly delicious tea that offers sweet and spicy notes that leave the mind and spirit in tulsi bliss. An excellent daily infusion to support energy levels, cognition, and improve resilience to stress.*  Comes in a reusable food grade kraft bag. 


    Ingredients: Kapoor Tulsi*, Amrita Tulsi* (*Organic)


    Suggested Use: Pour 8-10 oz boiled water over 1-1.5 tablespoons of tea. Steep covered for 15-20 minutes for full flavor. Strain and sip! Naturally caffeine free. 


    *Disclaimer: This product has not been evaluated by the FDA. It is not meant to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease. 

    Tulsi Tea - 2 oz

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    • Tulsi (Ocimum tenuiflorum var. kapoor): Also referred to as "Holy Basil", Tulsi is named for a Hindu goddess and roughly translates to "that which is incomparable".  It is a magically sweet and sacred adaptogen in Ayurveda that assists in modulating the effects of stress while lowering inflammatory load. As a member of the basil family, tulsi is rich in terpenes, such as eugenol, and antioxidant-rich polyphenols. The Kapoor variety is particularly saturated with rosmarinic acid, a strong antioxidant, antibacterial, and inflammation-reducing constituent. Its flavor profile is slightly sweeter and more floral than other varieties. 


      Tulsi (Ocimum tenuiflorum var. Amrita): Similar to the Kapoor variety, Amrita tulsi is an excellent tea herb and adaptogen. While not as hardy as the temperate Kapoor tulsi, Amrita boasts a vigorous growth habit with leaves and stems that turn a regal greenish- purple throughout the growing season. This variety has a wonderful aroma with high amounts of eugenol and rosmarinic acid.  “Amrita” is sanskrit for “immortality” and sometimes is translated as “nectar.”  A true tropical tulsi.