Soothe & Energize with Tulsi

Marian Buck-Murray | September 8th, 2011

Tulsi Tea Break. Ahhhh.

Though it’s technically still summer, it sure feels like fall. Labor Day ushered in the winds of change. School has started. Schedules are filling up. Daily routines have tightened to meet the demands.

It’s easy to feel disrupted, ungrounded, and anxious during the first days of a new season. Especially the shift from summer to fall. Fall brings such a sense of duty and responsibility. Worry and anxiety are frequent companions.

Don’t despair.

Tulsi Tea is here to rescue you, strengthen you, and soothe your soul as you brave the season.

Tulsi, or Holy Basil, is considered a sacred herb in India and is dubbed the “Queen of Herbs.” It has been used throughout the ages by healers and spiritual leaders as a medicinal herb, purifying agent, and spiritual tool.

So, Tulsi will indeed enhance your yoga and meditation sessions. It will also help calm seasonal jitters, boost brain power, strengthen immunity, improve metabolism, increase energy and endurance, lower blood sugar and reduce stress.

Sharper Focus. Calmer Nerves. Better Metabolism. More Endurance. More Energy.

The golden keys to success. All this in one delicious tea bag. Organic India produces a high quality tea, in a variety of flavors. I love it. So do my clients. You can find it at most health food stores.

For me, Tulsi tea is the perfect funk-buster for easing back into the hustle & bustle of fall. I’m enjoying a cup as I write this post. Wow, did it help me focus!

Contact me to learn how to integrate funk-busting foods, herbs and techniques into your life. Nourish your body-mind, transform your life.

What’s your favorite funk-buster? Post your questions & comments below. I’d love to hear from you.

Be Well,

Marian

9 Response to “Soothe & Energize with Tulsi ”

Stephanie Dickerson
September 8, 2011
7:22 pm

Comment :

Love Tulsi Tea! Thanks for the great post. Shared on FB!

Marian Buck-Murray
September 9, 2011
6:19 am

Comment :

Hi Stephanie,

So glad you enjoyed the post. Thanks for sharing!

Be Well,
Marian

donna bernstein
September 10, 2011
8:23 pm

Comment :

Looking forward to trying some. I’ll let you know what I think. Thanks marian!

Marian Buck-Murray
September 11, 2011
7:24 am

Comment :

Enjoy it, Donna! Lemon Ginger is my favorite.

Diane Thomson
September 14, 2011
4:40 am

Comment :

I definitely will try this. It is on my grocery list. Is it good for someone with diabetes?
Diane

Marian Buck-Murray
September 14, 2011
5:01 am

Comment :

Yes, Diane, Tulsi is good for someone with diabetes, since it helps to balance blood sugar levels. It’s also helpful for calming sugar cravings.

Nancy
September 21, 2011
7:14 pm

Comment :

Much appreciated for the information and share!
Nancy

Jean
September 27, 2011
6:50 am

Comment :

Heard someone about Tulsi tea last week. Thinking about ordering some. Have you tried the vanilla creme taste already?

Marian Buck-Murray
September 27, 2011
7:06 am

Comment :

Hi Jean. No, I haven’t tried vanilla cream, but some of my clients love it. It’s somewhat sweet and helpful for people who are trying to cut down on sugar. Enjoy!

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