"Oh Narada, wherever Tulsi grows there is no misery. She is the holiest of the holy. Wherever the breeze blows her fragrance there is purity. Vishnu showers blessing on those who worship and grow Tulsi. Tulsi is sacred because Brahma resides in the roots, Vishnu resides in the stems and leaves and Rudra resides in the flowering tops."
Holy Basil - organic Holy basil can bring health and life back into a tired body. This delightful Tea is anti-aging, skin conditioning, stomach healing, increases mental clarity support, immune support, fights colds and flues, headaches, nausea, malaise and much...much, much more! Tulsi is both a 'first-reach' herb in most cases of cough, colds, flu and fever, as well as a 'last-resort' when nothing else seems to work.
Tulsi is a over all tonic tea that can be enjoyed by most people throughout the year for improving and balancing a vast array of physical, mental, emotional and spiritual ailments.
Lemongrass - The health benefits of drinking lemongrass tea after a meal really are staggering. Not only does it aid digestion, it also works as a carminative and eases anxiety, headaches, stress, insomnia and cramps. A natural antibacterial, anti-fungal, and antiseptic, lemongrass also serves to protect your body from foreign contaminants by detoxifying the digestive tract, liver, pancreas, kidneys, and bladder. In Chinese medicine, lemongrass tea is used to reduce pain, nausea, and muscle spasms and to treat circulatory disorders.
Hibiscus - I have long admired hibiscus flowers (Hibiscus sabdariffa) for their exotic beauty. A tart and tasty brew comes from the seedpods of the tropical variety known as ‘roselle’. After the petals have fallen, the seedpod develops within a fleshy red calyx from the flower’s base. These red pods are rich in vitamin C, calcium, niacin, riboflavin and iron, and also in certain anthocyanins whose antioxidant strength rivals that of quercetin and vitamin E. Hibiscus extracts have long been used to lower blood pressure in individuals with mild hypertension. Hibiscus relaxes the walls of blood vessels and acts as a diuretic, but unlike most diuretic drugs, it does not deplete the body of potassium.