Tulsi black tea, or Tulsi tea, is made by adding the flavour of tulsi, the ayurvedic herb to traditional black tea. Tulsi is known as the “Elixir of life” and the tulsi black tea has a full-bodied spicy taste with a hint of sweetness. The flavour is bold and brings incomparable zest.
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Good for respiration
Tulsi leaves throw out the phlegm in case of cough and can prevent respiratory illnesses like asthma and bronchitis. Tulsi black tea is also good for enhancing immunity.
Tulsi kills harmful bacteria in the mouth, cleans your teeth and freshens the breath. It also has relieving effects on itches and bug bites. Tulsi extracts are known to speed up healing.
Good for stomach
Tulsi black tea improves the stomach’s defence mechanism by reducing stomach acid and increasing the life of mucus cells that line its walls, ensuring smooth functioning. Warm Tulsi tea also has soothing effects on the stomach.
Relieves arthritic pain
Tulsi black tea has anti-inflammatory properties that help reduce joint pain and relieve effects on painful conditions like arthritis.
How to prepare?
Tulsi black tea is simple to make. Heat water in a pan and bring it to a boil. Transfer it to a glass of water and dip the tea packet for an instant, invigorating Tulsi black tea. Add sugar and taste the homemade elixir.