Basil Tea

$7.95

Basil (Ocimum sanctum, Holy Basil) is also known as the Tulsi herb. Known firstly as an anti-depressant, this herb speaks to the adrenal cortex, which in turn prompts the body to regulate the hormones that are responsible for taking care of stress. An interesting herb that has some unique uses, such as overcoming jet lag and improving memory.
Other commonly used applications for Basil tea are skin infections, fevers, intestinal parasites, and diarrhea.
Being an anti-inflammatory, this herb can also be useful against arthritis.

From certified organic Australian suppliers.

Description

Basil (Ocimum sanctum, Holy Basil) is also known as the Tulsi herb. Known firstly as an anti-depressant, this herb speaks to the adrenal cortex, which in turn prompts the body to regulate the hormones that are responsible for taking care of stress. An interesting herb that has some unique uses, such as overcoming jet lag and improving memory.
Other commonly used applications for Basil tea are skin infections, fevers, intestinal parasites, and diarrhea.
Being an anti-inflammatory, this herb can also be useful against arthritis.

From certified organic Australian suppliers.

Health Benefits

Basil is quite an interesting herb, with some unique properties...

  • Anti-depressant and good for stress
  • Improves memory
  • Skin infections and an anti-inflammatory
Brewing
  1. In a small tea pan, bring water and 1 teaspoon basil leaves to boil.
  2. Lower the heat and allow brewing to transpire for 3-4 minutes.
  3. Turn off heat and strain it into cups. Add flavorings as needed.
Cautionary

No known side effects when taken in regular tea doses up to 3 cups a day.