Celebrating International Tea Day with Organic India.

Embrace the Change, Embrace a Healthier You

In India, tea isn’t just a beverage; it’s an integral part of our daily ritual. From bustling city streets to verdant green village homes, the day often begins and ends with a cup of tea. Its no wonder that Indians don’t need an International Tea Day to remind them of its ubiquitous presence in their lives.

Traditionally, this tea is a boiled concoction of tea leaves, milk, and sugar, known affectionately as 'chai'. While this conventional tea has its charm and devoted followers, it also comes with certain drawbacks, including bloating, acidity and indigestion. Additionally, excessively boiling milk tea can reduce its nutrients further and make it more acidic.

Also, most conventional teas are loaded with pesticides, further lowering their beneficial effects.

Organic India’s Green Teas: A refreshing twist on your traditional chai!

The Power of Tulsi: This adaptogenic herb, revered in India for centuries, is the star of the show. Tulsi boasts numerous health benefits, including boosting immunity, reducing stress, aiding digestion and promoting overall well-being. Tulsi also adds a subtle, earthy note to the tea, creating a unique and delightful flavour profile. In addition to this, we have added three of the most beneficial varieties of Tulsi (Rama, Vana & Krishna Tulsi leaves) in our Tulsi Green Tea Classic to ensure you get a comprehensive spectrum of Tulsi’s health benefits.

Green Tea Goodness: Green tea is a well-known source of antioxidants, which help fight free radicals and protect your cells from damage. Best when brewed rather than boiled, it also offers a natural mental and physical energy boost without the jittery side effects of milk tea or coffee.

Certified Organic Whole Herbs used: Unlike other Tulsi Green Teas sold in the market, the herbs used in ORGANIC INDI Tulsi Green Tea’s are certified organic and tested to make sure that they comply with AHPA safety standards and regulations for contaminants such as fungus, mold, yeast, bacteria, pesticides, and heavy metals. Also, our teas does not contain any fillers, artificial flavours, colours, or preservatives to ensure you get pure, unadulterated herb power in each cup.

Tulsi Green Tea Classic – Finest Green Tea

1. Boosts Immunity and lower inflammation

Green tea is celebrated worldwide for its high antioxidant content, particularly catechins which fight and may even prevent cell damage. Organic India’s TULSI GREEN TEA CLASSIC combines these powerful antioxidants with the holistic benefits of three different types of Tulsi – Rama, Krishna, and Vana, acknowledged for their anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory properties. This unique blend not only supports the immune system but also reduces inflammation and enhances the body's natural healing and detoxification processes.

2. Reduces Stress and Enhances Stamina

Tulsi is known as a potent adaptogen. Adaptogens are herbs that improve your body’s ability to cope with stress. Tulsi not only helps reduce the levels of cortisol, the stress hormone, but also promotes mental clarity and calm. While the l-theanine and moderate caffeine content in Green Tea help promote mental focus and executive function, keeping you alert and active. Drinking TULSI GREEN TEA CLASSIC regularly can help soothe the nerves, lighten the mood, and give a much-needed boost to your stamina throughout the day.

3. Supports Digestive Health

Unlike traditional chai, which can irritate the stomach and lead to acidity, TULSI GREEN TEA CLASSIC promotes a healthy digestive system. Tulsi has carminative action, helping to stimulate digestion, and relieve gas, and bloating. Consumed first thing in the morning, it helps to flush out toxins and rev up your digestion for the day ahead. Additionally, Green Tea also works as a mild diuretic, helping to flush out toxins and ensure smooth digestion.

4. Aids Heart Health and lowers Cholesterol

Tulsi helps to regulate cholesterol levels by reducing inflammation in the arteries and has hypoglycaemic properties that help lower fasting glucose, beneficial in maintaining cardiovascular health. In addition to this, the antioxidants in green tea help lower bad cholesterol and increase good cholesterol, promoting heart health. Together this wonderful duo work synergistically to boost cardiac health and function.

5. Boosts Metabolism

While Tulsi helps to regulate blood sugar and cholesterol levels, Green tea contains compounds known as catechins like epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) which helps to increase the body's metabolic rate. Brought together in this healing blend, they help you maintain or achieve a healthy weight without compromising on your love for tea.

Embrace the Change, Embrace a Healthier You

In case you are not already a green tea drinker , then we invite you to try the switch.

This International Tea day, start by introducing one cup of Tulsi green tea classic a day, perhaps in the morning or at that time of day when you need a refreshing drink the most. Gradually, as you begin to appreciate the subtle flavours and notice the health benefits, increase your intake and replace more of your regular tea cups with other variant of our teas.

The adoption of Organic India’s teas also reflects a broader cultural shift towards health-conscious choices in India. By choosing a beverage that is not only beneficial to personal health but also sustainable and supportive of local farming practices (as all of Organic India’s products are organically grown), you can contribute to a larger movement of environmental consciousness and holistic living.

Organic India’s Tulsi Green Teas more than just a tea; it’s a pathway to a balanced lifestyle, bringing together the wisdom of traditional Indian medicine and modern nutritional science. This delightful brew offers a chance to enjoy a beloved national habit — tea drinking — in a way that enriches one's health and supports sustainable practices.

Make the switch to Tulsi Green Teas, and step into a healthier, more vibrant life.

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