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June 20, 2020

During these summer months, everyone can benefit from stress-relieving adaptogenic herbs like Tulsi. Have you tried our Tulsi Teas cooled with coconut water? The natural goodness of perfectly balanced electrolytes in coconut water is delicious, combined with the relaxing and rejuvenating properties of Tulsi.

It is also especially important to keep hydrated with pure filtered drinking water, and a steady supply of bio-available electrolytes that our bodies need to do our best, whether it’s about performing, learning, or simply enjoying living the life we were born to lead.

Benefits of Tulsi Tea                               Benefits of Coconut Water

  • Reduces Stress
  • Boosts stamina
  • Calming and soothing  
  • Strengthens immunity  
  • Improves metabolism

Benefits of Coconut Water

  • High in bio-available electrolytes
  • Magnesium, calcium and potassium
  • Fat-free and low in sugar
  • Effective rehydration
  • Free of chemical additives

This Tulsi Sweet Rose Coconut Refresher recipe is a soothing combination of stress-reducing Tulsi and sensuous sweet rose together with the refreshing nourishment of cool coconut water.

How To Make a Tulsi Sweet Rose Coconut Refresher For Two

  • Place 2-3 infusion bags of Tulsi Sweet Rose in a cup. 
  • Pour in 1 cup of freshly boiled water and steep for 5 – 10 minutes.
  • Once cooled, mix with 1 cup of tender green drinking coconut water.
  • Cool the preparation in the refrigerator for several hours if possible, or add a little ice to serve immediately.

Tip: Tulsi Green Pomegranate and Tulsi Green Jasmine are also especially delicious combined with coconut water.

Try your favourite Tulsi tea as a Tulsi Coconut Refresher and let us know if you discover a new favourite!

DIY TULSI GREEN TEA SPORTS ENERGY DRINK

Here’s how you can make your own sports & energy drink, free of chemical additives, sugars and artificial flavours, empowered by the restorative wonders of Tulsi and Green Tea.

All you need is Tulsi Green Tea infusion bags, a natural sweetener such as organic honey or jaggery, a natural salt such as Himalayan rock or sea salt, and fresh orange, lemon or lime juice, plus the water of tender green coconut.

How to Make:

  • Place 4-6 Tulsi Green Tea infusion bags or 4-6 heaping teaspoons of Tulsi per serving a 1-litre container.
  • Pour 2 cups of freshly boiled water over the leaves or infusion bag.
  • Steep for 5 – 10 minutes or longer: the longer you steep, the stronger the infusion.
  • Dissolve 1 teaspoon or more of natural Himalayan rock salt or sea salt.
  • Strain the tea or remove the infusion bags, and add fresh lemon.
  • Add cooled tea mix to ½ litre of water, or use tender green coconut water.
  • Mix in 1 Tablespoon or more of your favourite natural sweetener, honey, or jaggery powder.
  • Stir in ¼ cup of freshly squeezed lime, lemon and/or orange juice.
  • Stir in ¼ cup of finely chopped mint (optional).
  • Cool the preparation in the refrigerator for several hours if possible, or add a little ice to serve immediately.

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