2. This Tulsi, grown in Himalayan region, is far better than Tulsi grown in plains region on account of pollution free environment. Also, Himalayan soil is rich in minerals.
3. The air in plains region has a lot of dust which gets deposited on plants and herbs. Despite cleaning, some traces of dust remain on herbs which affect after-taste. The air in Himalayan region is free of dust.
4. These herbs are produced organically without using any chemicals and pesticides. These are in large cuts that provide exquisite taste and aroma.
5. As these are pure herbs without any tea leaves, these are caffeine-free
Put 2g tea leaves (1-2 teaspoon of tea) or a teabag in a 200 ml cup.
Boil water, switch off the burner, open the lid, and allow water to cool down for 2 minutes to 99 degrees C.
Brew for 5 mins and
strain tea leaves
Add sugar/Stevie, honey, as per taste.
Reuses of this Tea
Whole leaf tea leaves are meant to be used 2 times.
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