“A woman is like a tea bag, you can’t tell how strong she is until you put her in hot water.” | Eleanor Roosevelt.

Lots of ladies in my life lately are proving this infamous quote true. I was never a big tea fan until my mom took me to the Brown Palace for high tea. There I experienced that high quality, loose leaf tea, cream, and sugar, could actually taste incredible. I still fondly carry on this tradition with my daughter and cherish the memories with friends.

When I went to London, that experience was taken to another level with flavors and I was officially hooked. Now I drink tea on a daily basis and have seen numerous benefits. I recently had the pleasure of writing an article for Organic India and it’s research inspired me to try herbal tea on a regular basis, I’ve had great results.

What Nature Teaches Us

No matter what our age, health, or goals in life, we all want to feel our best. For many years foreign cultures have known the value of herbs as medicine. The best part is taking a more natural approach to health has fewer side effects, is more cost-effective, and in the long run, provides long-term solutions that heal us. As we do our best to navigate through this stressful time, it is important to remember to care for our mental health. It’s helpful to acknowledge that change in itself is stressful, and it can take a toll on us. Being adaptable to changing times is key, and fortunately, some plants can support us to do this better.

Game Changing Herbs

Mental Health Benefits

Positive Physical Effects

The amazing effects of this herb have been reported to help with diabetes, cholesterol, joint pain, digestive issues, healing from surgery, respiratory disorders, colds, coughs, the flu, sore throat, skin issues, heart disease, dental health, and many other health problems. Tulsi is high in antioxidants and helps our bodies detox, especially with so many toxic chemicals around us. Multiple studies have shown that Tulsi also adds nutritional value being high in vitamins A and C, iron, zinc, calcium, and chlorophyll. “Tulsi is an excellent all-rounder when it comes to maintaining overall wellness. It prevents a multitude of ailments and is a great way to stay healthy naturally,” Shruthi Hegde, Ayurveda Expert at The Himalaya Drug Company, said in a statement.

Enlighten Yourself

Regular consumption of adaptogens such as Tulsi can enhance your capacity to maintain the balance of mind, body, and spirit in stressful times. Winding down with tea each evening can have a similar effect compared to yoga. It helps to foster clear thoughts, relaxation, and bring perspective. Tulsi tea is caffeine-free and full of so many great properties. Having Tulsi as a herbal tea infusion is an easy and delicious way to incorporate a little Tulsi magic into your daily life. While the pure herb is from the mint family, its unique flavor is best combined with other flavors to create an indulgent experience. A cup every day is an excellent way to support and enhance our ability to remain calm and resilient so we all come out the other side stronger.

By making Tulsi an integral part of your daily routine, you can help your system relax and your body function more effectively.  Another easy and effective way of consuming this herb is by including a Tulsi supplement in your diet. Make sure you do your research for the highest quality product, select a company focused on sustainability, quality, and superior products. Whether it’s warming up with an herbal tea or adding a special supplement into your routine, the health benefits are worth the small adjustment.

Always make sure to talk to your doctor before starting a new supplement and confirming there are no interactions with current medications or health conditions.

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