Tulsi Ginger Herbal Tea
Taste & Aroma
Tulsi has a flavor and scent of a Sweet Rose. it is also comes with a Cinnamon Sweet Rose variation. Ginger is brown, fleshy, and has a pungent smell and a scorching taste. Don't forget, you can get 2-3 additional cups of tea from each serving.
Health & Wellness Benefits
- Tulsi is a powerful adaptogen. In other words it helps the body to resist stress. Those suffering with stress related conditions may consider drinking three to four cups a day.
- Tulsi is a natural sleep aid – it is important, however, to avoid those blends that include other forms of tea containing caffeine.
- Tulsi boosts the immune system. Regular drinkers report a far lower incidence of succumbing to common illnesses such as colds.
- This herb is absolutely packed with free radical fighting anti-oxidants and beneficial phytochemical compounds.
- It can help to maintain healthy eye-sight.
- Assists in maintaining a healthy metabolism.
- Offers improved joint support.
- It possesses anti-inflammatory properties and is therefore beneficial to those suffering from IBS, Chrohn’s disease and digestive disorders.
- It improves levels of stamina.
Regular drinkers have a lower than average incidence of gum disease. It also helps to combat bad breath. A 1996 study published in The Journal Of Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics discovered that diabetic patients drinking the tea experienced an 18% decrease in blood sugar levels compared to a non-tea drinking control group. The study cautiously concluded that Tulsi could have a role to play in treating mild to moderate cases of non-insulin dependent diabetes. A 2003 study found the herb to be effective in preventing convulsions, whilst the Maryland Medical Center has suggested the tea may be helpful in combating the damaging effects of radiation therapy.
With all of the great benefits it offers, you can never go wrong with drinking a cup of ginger tea. Here are several of the known benefits of ginger tea.
Impedes Motion Sickness
Ginger tea can soothe nerves and prevent vomiting, as well as eradicate headaches and migraines. It also keeps you from being nauseous during a trip, so drink a cup of ginger tea before setting off on your travels.
Combats Stomach Discomfort
Ginger tea is ideal in assisting digestion, thereby improving food absorption and avoiding possible tummy aches from too much food intake. Unnecessary belching can also be thwarted by ginger tea. What’s more, ginger tea enhances your appetite when you’re feeling bloated, by helping to release gastric acids that aid in digestion.
Ginger tea can ease inflammation of the joints, which is commonly referred to as rheumatoid arthritis. It is also effective in alleviating tired, sore muscles and joints. A warm ginger tea soak can lessen swelling and puffiness. If you have athlete’s foot, ginger tea is recommended as a foot soak to lessen the painful burning sensation that comes with itching.
Fights Common Respiratory Problems
Drinking ginger tea is recommended if you’re suffering from common respiratory diseases such as cold and cough. Ginger aids in loosening up phlegm and expanding your lungs, so you can recover quickly from difficulty in breathing. It also helps appease allergies and constant sneezing due to hay fever.
Encourages Normal Blood Circulation
Consuming a cup of ginger tea can help improve blood flow, as well as help prevent chills, fever and excessive sweating. The active components of ginger, such as minerals and amino acids, help make the blood flow smoothly, preventing the onset of cardiovascular disease.
Remedies Menstrual Discomfort
If you are a woman suffering from menstrual cramps, try placing a hot towel drenched in ginger tea on your uterine area to overcome the pain and relax the muscles. Drinking a cup of ginger tea can also provide a soothing effect.
Ginger tea has antioxidants that help improve the immune system. Drinking a cup of ginger tea every day can also help foil potential risks of a stroke by inhibiting fatty deposits from clogging the arteries. Ginger has also been proven successful in lowering cholesterol levels and preventing cancer.
Taking a whiff of ginger tea can help improve your mood and give you a sunny disposition. It leaves you feeling refreshed and calm, and if you’re having a bad day, all those negative vibes will dissipate. Ginger tea is a remarkable stress reliever because of its comforting and relaxing scent.