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Monday, July 13, 2009

Benefits Of Tulsi Tea

This tea is made from the tulsi herb - also known as holy basil. Tulsi has been revered in India for over five thousand years, as a healing balm for body, mind and spirit, and is known to bestow an amazing number of health benefits.The tea itself tastes good and can be enjoyed either hot or cold. It's a good thing to include this tea in your wellness regime and make it part of your day, every day. This herbal tea does not have any caffeine.Prepare it like 'normal black' tea. Infuse the tulsi in gently boiled water and let it steep for a couple of minutes. It is particularly refreshing in the summer enjoyed cold with ice and a squirt of lemon.
Tulsi Tea's antioxidants protect cells from the damage caused by free radicals that facilitate the cause and progression of various types of diseases.
This herbal brew’s adaptogens serve as powerful anti-stress agents that protect your body from a wide range of health concerns.
The adaptogens guard against and deal with physical, chemical, environmental, and emotional factors that produce high levels of stress that compromise physical and mental health.
The relaxant properties that are found in hot basil tea, extend to both respiratory and digestive tracts and so relieves symptoms of colic, constipation, nausea, asthma and coughs. Other benefits of Tulsi Tea: it can reduce fevers and moves phlegm build up during times of suffering colds and flu.

* Assists in Sharpening Memory and Concentration
* Tonic for Nerves and Treats Irritability
* Reduces Stress
* Promotes Calmness and Clarity
* Clears Phlegm from Chest and Nose
* Eases Symptoms of Colds, Flu, Coughs and Sore Throats
* Strengthens the Stomach
* Treats Vomiting and Nausea
* Improves Metabolism
* Aids in Treating Constipation
* Strengthens the Kidneys
* Known as a Anti-Stress Agent or 'Adaptogen'
* May Reduce Blood Cholesterol
* Assists in Treating Insomnia

Tulsi tea can be enjoyed throughout the day, from morning to night. However, even one cup of Tulsi tea a day is beneficial.

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