We cultivate Teatulia teas without the use of pesticides, unnatural irrigation or machinery. These practices allow us to produce some of the freshest, cleanest tea available, so consumers can reap all the benefits of our teas and herbal infusions.
Denver, Colo. (PRWEB) December 11, 2012
Tulsi is the sacred Indian herb known for its ritualistic and medicinal characteristics, including the belief that it alleviates cold and flu symptoms and balances the digestive system. Also known as “Holy Basil,” Tulsi has been consumed in various ways over time, including as an additive in water, an herb in food or simply by itself.
Now, the stress relieving, stamina enhancing benefits of Tulsi can be experienced by tea drinkers with Organic Tulsi Infusion Tea from Teatulia. Like all of the company’s artisanal 100% organic teas, Tulsi Infusion comes directly from Teatulia’s single, sustainable garden in Northern Bangladesh.
“Like any agricultural product, the growing region affects flavor. Everything from soil conditions, altitude, rainfall, naturally occurring elements and hours of sunlight has an impact,” said Teatulia CEO Linda Appel Lipsius. “In addition to the benefits of a pristine growing region, we cultivate Teatulia teas without the use of pesticides, unnatural irrigation or machinery. These practices allow us to produce some of the freshest, cleanest tea available, so consumers can reap all the benefits of our teas and herbal infusions.”
Working as a natural adaptogen, Tulsi is believed to increase the body’s resistance to a variety of outside stress triggers. In addition to relieving symptoms of the cold and flu, those who strongly believe in the sacredness of this Indian herb say it can also help to alleviate arthritis and inflammation, lower cholesterol, protect against radiation exposure, support the heart, liver and lungs and help regulate blood pressure and blood sugar levels.
Teatulia’s organic teas can be found in specialty and other retail stores across the United States. To learn more about the different varieties of tea and the benefits of drinking Teatulia Tea, please visit http://www.teatulia.com.