Sunday, September 19, 2010

I found a new green tea. It has a great taste. and I try to have three cups daily. found it at whole foods. here is what I found on it...


A vitalizing and slimming blend of the finest Tulsi and premium Green Tea
Tulsi Green Tea is a unique combination of Tulsi & Green Tea, which helps in weight reduction. Studies suggest that green tea boost metabolism and helps burn fat. Both Tulsi and Green tea are rich in antioxidants, which eliminates free radicals from the body and have a vast array of remarkable health benefits. Our wonderful combination of both the herbs helps in refreshing and energizing the body and mind. Tulsi Green Tea is good for body, mind and soul. Drink up and enjoy!

Stress Relieving & Slimming
Enjoy the health benefits of Tulsi and Green Tea*
Reduces Stress
Rich in antioxidants and other nutrients
Guards against cough & cold
Enhances stamina
Builds immunity
Eliminates toxins
Stimulates and revitalizes
Enhances respiratory functions
People and children of all ages love our Tulsi!

For maximum health benefits,
drink Tulsi Tea daily, as much as you like!

All Organic Ingredients:
Rama Tulsi (Ocimum sanctum)
Krishna Tulsi (Ocimum sanctum)
Vana Tulsi (Ocimum gratissimum)
Green Tea (Camellia sinensis)


In India, the herb Tulsi also called holy basil (sometimes spelled "Tulasi") has been widely known for its health promoting and medicinal value for thousands of years. Commonly called sacred or holy basil, it is a principal herb of Ayurveda, the ancient traditional holistic health system of India. Holy basil is also known as "The Incomparable One", "The Mother Medicine of Nature", and "The Queen of Herbs".

Benefits Of Tulsi:
The research offers impressive evidence that Tulsi protects against and reduces stress, enhances stamina and endurance, increases the body's efficient use of oxygen, boosts the immune system, slows aging, and provides a rich supply of antioxidants and other nutrients. These general vitality-enhancing properties, which support and enhance the body's natural capacity to maintain a state of well-being, likely account for much of the impressively wide range of Tulsi traditional health promoting uses. Amongst its array of more specific effects, the data indicate that Tulsi reduces inflammation, prevents gastric ulcers, protects against radiation, lowers fevers, cholesterol and high blood pressure, enhances periodontal health, displays significant natural antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal activity, improves digestion and absorption of other nutrients, and even repels mosquitoes and other potentially harmful insects. It would appear that Tulsi offers remarkable preventative and curative potential with respect to many degenerative disorders, such as cancer, heart disease, arthritis, diabetes and neurological dementia.
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    forever on the quest of finding that newer thing that gets you going. i'm a huge Green Tea drinker- i will definetly have to try and find this. i hope i can find it in my area- i am a handson person and will not like to buy it from the internet if i cannot hold it in my hands first. emoticon
    2805 days ago
    Love your Mr. T graphic. Thanks for all the info.
    2806 days ago
    Love Green Tea, always looking out for a new tea.
    2806 days ago
    I have heard of this tea, it was recommended. I have been unable to find it
    in my area. Thanks for providing us with a link to find it on the internet.
    Beautiful pictures. I hope it helps you to slip and to feel better.
    2806 days ago
  • JILL313
    Tulsi green tea sounds so healthy! I'm going to try it! Thanks for the good info. emoticon
    2806 days ago
    I enjoy a good cup of green try. Am going to try to find this one and try it. Thanks for the info.
    2806 days ago
    What a beautiful ad!!!!!
    2806 days ago
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