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Tulsi Delight Tea
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Tulsi Delight Tea

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This delightful blend is lightly caffeinated and filled with Ayurvedic inspiration. The Ayurvedic name for Holy Basil is Tulsi, meaning The Incomparable One. It is considered a hot herb with pungent bitter tastes. This infusion blend combines these flavors with cooling mint and hibiscus. The lightly astringent taste from the Dao Ren tea and pungent ginger flavors combine wonderfully to give this tea a flavor that touches all of your senses. It is both uplifting and energetic.
Contains: organic Holy Basil Rama leaf, organic Dao Ren tea, organic Peppermint leaf, organic Lemongrass, organic Hibiscus flowers, and organic Ginger root.

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Tulsi Temperate Seeds
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  • Ocimum sp.
  • 50 seeds
Tulsi Temperate Seeds

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$2.95
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Tulsi is an annual herb that provides a lovely fragrance and makes for an extraordinary cup of tea. Ocimum sp. is native to India and the Southeast Asian tropics. This aromatic herb grows best in growing zones ten and eleven.

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Tulsi (Holy Basil) Hydrosol
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  • Ocimum spp.
  • Origin: USA
Tulsi (Holy Basil) Hydrosol

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Organic tulsi hydrosol is delightfully pleasing to the senses, with a mildly spicy and herbaceous aroma. It will stand alone nicely as a toning mist or makes a grounding base for herbal body care formulations. Suitable for cosmetic use.

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Holy Basil, Rama
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  • Ocimum tenuiflorum
  • Origin: India
Holy Basil, Rama

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Rama tulsi is the most common type of tulsi, or holy basil, which is grown in India. Employed for its beneficial properties, holy basil leaf is a well-used and revered herb in Ayurvedic medicine. Ocimum tenuiflorum is a member of the mint family and cousin to sweet basil and features a purple stem with maturing leaves that remain green. Rama holy basil is known for its mellow flavor. The leaves are usually steeped as holy basil tea or tulsi tea and incorporated into herbal infusion blends.

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Holy Basil, Krishna
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  • Ocimum sanctum
  • Origin: India
Holy Basil, Krishna

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Ocimum sanctum, a tropical species of tulsi or holy basil, is an herbaceous member of the mint family with purple stems and leaves that mature into a magenta color. This cousin of the common sweet basil is named Krishna holy basil after the beloved blue-skinned Hindu god. Historically, Krishna tulsi has been a significant herb in Ayurvedic medicine and is revered as a sacred plant in India. It is commonly cultivated near temples and private homes. It has a peppery, crisp taste and is typically drunk as tulsi tea.

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Holy Basil, Vana
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  • Ocimum sp.
  • Origin: India
Holy Basil, Vana

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Vana holy basil is considered a tree basil, or wild basil, and is a member of the Lamiaceae family native to India and east Africa. It has traditionally played a central role in the folk practices of these countries and was often employed for its healthful properties. Ocimum sp. can grow upwards of five feet tall, and the plant’s stems and leaves remain green throughout its growing cycle. Vana tulsi is known for its fragrance, which is similar to that of clove. It is typically infused as tulsi tea and added to round out holy basil tea blends.

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