How can Tulsi be used in daily life?by Butterfly Ayurveda Pvt Ltd Butterfly Ayurveda Pvt Ltd
Tulsi or Holy Basil has several medicinal applications in our routine life. The scholars of Ayurveda understood the same and so incorporated this herb for daily use in Indian households, which are practised even today. If you are curious about the various applications of Tulsi in our day-to-day life, here is a post for you. Read on!
A popular tea variant in India, Tulsi loose leaf tea works like a charm in the changing seasons. This herbal tea helps balance Vata & Kapha doshas and acts as an expectorant to prevent cold and flu efficiently. It also ensures overall wellness by improving immunity and metabolism.
Chew it raw
It is a common practice in Indian households for the family members to pluck and chew Tulsi leaves on their way out of the house to school, work, or anywhere else. Eating Tulsi in its raw state ensures the consumption of all the benefits of the herb. If it tastes too minty or bitter, you can always drink it as an ayurvedic tea with a dash of lemon and honey.
Tulsi infused ghee or honey
Did you know that you could infuse Tulsi leaves in honey or ghee? Such a mixture upon consumption eases the herb’s passage to the digestive system. And since the Tulsi leaves are being consumed with ghee or honey, they improve the digestive working by helping balance Vata & Kapha doshas.
Tulsi fresh juice
For this blend, all you have to do is mix fresh tulsi leaves with water and give it a good mix in the smoothie maker. Once blended, use a mesh strainer to collect the juice separately and enjoy at least once a day.
Out of all the ways you have just read about, we believe that sipping on Tulsi herbal tea is a fantastic and easy-to-follow way to keep your immunity and metabolism soaring high. Try Butterfly Ayurveda’s Tulsi Green Tea, as it is highly recommended by the CEO & Founder of the company, Akshi Khandelwal. Visit the company website for more information.
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