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The ORGANIC INDIA Tulsi tea range has been an integral part of my practice for several years and I routinely recommend various blends to my clients based on their unique needs. Tulsi is a time honoured adaptogen par excellence and the fragrant blends of all three varieties (Rama Tulsi, Krishna Tulsi and Vana Tulsi) with herbs like ginger, moringa, mulethi, cinnamon, makes for a winning herbal tea combination with great benefits for health and well-being. I wholeheartedly endorse these sustainably and organically grown herbal teas.
Mathew Joseph - Naturopathy and Integrative bodywork
As a uni student, ORGANIC INDIA Tulsi tea is my best friend! With numerous health and wellness benefits, it's like a balm for stress and a freshly brewed cup is never far from my side. It keeps me energised and focused when studying and working while supporting a peaceful night's sleep at the end of a busy day. Thank you ORGANIC INDIA for sharing the love!
Sam Alexander - Naturopath student
"As a Vehicle of Consciousness, ORGANIC INDIA appears to be traveling in the darkness through a world in crisis, where unsustainable agricultural practices are damaging the earth, farmers and consumers and corporations are driven to maximise profits rather than create real value. ORGANIC INDIA shines a light over this terrain to illuminate a path towards a future where all will be well. ORGANIC INDIA is itself a manifestation of true wellness and a blessing to everyone who comes in contact with its people and its products."
Professor Marc Cohen - MBBS (Hons), PhD (TCM), PhD (Elec Eng).
Dr. Cohen is a Professor at the School of Health Sciences at RMIT in Melbourne and a
Program Leader for RMIT's Master of Wellness and Master of Nutrition Medicine Programs.
I did the Tulsi 21 Day Challenge and felt a distinct difference in my body and mind as a result. I felt very grounded and calm and it really helped me stay hydrated as I find getting in the right amount of water difficult. I love that you can have it as a cold infusion or iced tea in summer - the different blends are delicious. The history and sacred nature of the Tulsi plant are also very special and I feel at ease in the knowledge that ORGANIC INDIA practices integrity and compassion towards their workers and towards our planet.