Tulsi Hibiscus Ginger

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A harmonious blend of holy basil, hibiscus and ginger, this tea balances the tanginess of hibiscus with the spice of ginger and the pure adaptogenic goodness of holy basil. Cheers to the power of three!

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Description

A harmonious blend of holy basil, hibiscus and ginger, this tea balances the tanginess of hibiscus with the spice of ginger and the pure adaptogenic goodness of holy basil. Cheers to the power of three!

Additional information

Weight 45 g
Dimensions 7.1 × 7.1 × 10.7 cm
Package Size

Jar, Refill

Ingredients:

Holy Basil (Ocimum sanctum), also known as Tulsi in Ayurvedic medicine, has been used as a medicinal herb for thousands of years in India. It is known as a balancing herb, and is popular for its ability to improve energy, mental alertness, relieve stress and elevate the mood.

As an adaptogen with a wide array of applications, there is a growing amount of scientific research to support the herbs traditional uses.

Revered as an adaptogenic herb, with antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, immunomodulatory, anti-depressant, neuroprotective, and cardioprotective properties, one can imagine how its name Tulsi, means “incomparable one”.

Hibiscus (Hibiscus sabdariffa) provides a refreshing, tangy flavor and wonderful bright reddish color to tea. It is high in vitamin C and antioxidants.

Ginger root (Zingiber officinalis) is a well-loved, universally used herb in the kitchen and herbal medicine cabinets alike. It is well-known as a warming, circulatory stimulant with anti-microbial qualities, and is commonly used alone or along with other herbs to support the immune system in acute infections. As a circulatory stimulant it helps deliver the benefits of other herbs around the body.

Suggested Use:

Use 1 tsp. tea per cup of boiling water. Cover and steep for 15 minutes. Drink daily as desired; adults can drink up to 2-3 cups per day.

Precautions:

If you have a medical condition or are taking medications, consult with your doctor or healthcare provider before using this tea.

This blend contains Ginger root, which should be used cautiously in people with a history of acid reflux/heartburn, in people with gallstones and peptic ulceration.

The blend contains holy basil which should be avoided during pregnancy and when trying to conceive.

Consult with your health care practitioner if pregnant or breastfeeding.

Keep out of reach from children.

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