If you adore herbal and detox drinks as much as I do, you’ll love the wonderfully refreshing and revitalizing “TULSI TEA.”
It is made of the miraculous plant, which is the most available item in Indian homes, and is enriched with so many nutrients and amazing health benefits.
- Aids the body’s stress response and increases mental clarity.
- Supports the health of the lungs.
- Encourages proper blood circulation.
- Maintains body temperature in a healthy range.
- Encourages a healthy heart.
- Enhances the appearance of the skin.
- Headaches are relieved.
- Aids in the treatment of acne.
- Fever is relieved.
- Tulsi is an anti-inflammatory herb that aids with eye health.
- Tulsi is an oral disinfectant and a natural mouth freshener.
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- In a pan, add a cup of water.
- To it, add grated ginger.
- And then add black pepper corns.
- At last, add the tulsi leaves.
- Stir and mix it nicely and let it boil.
- Once it is nicely boiled, reduce the heat and let it simmer for 2-3 minutes.
- Once boiled, turn on the flame and cover it with a lid to let it infuse for some time.
- Serve warm and enjoy, especially post meal.
Vitamins A, C, and K, as well as minerals including calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, and potassium, are abundant in Tulsi leaves. It also contains a significant amount of protein and fiber.
Who Should Avoid the Consumption of TULSI?
- When there is a health condition involving elevated pitta, it is not suggested.
- Tulsi is not suggested for pregnant or breastfeeding women, as well as those who are attempting to conceive.
- If you have low blood sugar, you should avoid it.
- We recommend discussing with your medical practitioner or healthcare provider before attempting tulsi if you are on any drugs.
- Holy basil may cause blood to clot more slowly. It should be avoided for two weeks before and after surgery.
Count on this amazing stress reliever, detoxifying, and refreshing “TULSI TEA”.