Herbal Products

Discussion in 'Ayurveda Forum' started by garry420, Mar 12, 2015.

  1. garry420

    garry420 Well-Known Member

    1- Wellness Tea's :-

    a) Green Tea Leaves / Teabags
    b) Lemon Grass Tea Leaves / Teabags
    c) Tulsi Tea Leaves / Teabags
    d) Moringa Tea Leaves / Teabags
    e) White Tea Leaves
    f) Chamomile Tea Leaves / Teabags
    g) Orthodox Black Tea Leaves / Teabags
    h) CTC Black Tea
    i) Garcinia Tea

    2) Authentic Nutrition:-

    a) Wheat Grass Powder / Tabs
    b) Barley Grass Powder / Tabs
    c) Alfalfa Powder / Tabs
    d) Moringa Grass Powder
    e) Spirulina Powder / Tabs
    f) Stevia Leaves / Powder

    3) Ayurvedic

    a) Triphala Powder
    b) Amla Candy
    c) Tulsi Powder / Tablets
    d) Amla Tablets Powder / Tablets
    e) Calcium Tablets
    f) Ashwagandha Powder
    g) Shatavari Powder
    h) Anti Diabetic Tumbler (Natural Wooden Glass)
    i) Hand & Body Ubtan
    j) Detox Foot Patches

    4) Health Juices

    a) Aloevera Juice (500ml / 1 Ltr)
    b) Noni Juice/Enzyme (400ml / 12ml)

    5) Diagnostic & Treatment Machines - (Coming Soon)

    a) Blood Pressure Monitor
    b) Blood Sugar Monitoring Machine
    c) Pulse Massager Machine
    d) Blood Circulatory Massager
    e) Detox Foot Spa Machine
    f) Brain Relax Therapy Machine
    g) Ions Ozone Water Purifier
     
  2. garry420

    garry420 Well-Known Member

    15 Health Benefits of Tulsi Tea:-

    The “Queen of Herbs,” also known as Holy Basil (Tulsi) is the most sacred herb of India. It is cultivated in Southern Asia, in places like Thailand, India and other Hindu influenced countries. The tulsi plant was discovered over 5000 years ago. Tulsi is considered as an important icon in Hindu culture, and worshipped in mornings and evenings by the people. Because of the significant benefits of tulsi, it is now widely known not only in India but also in the Western World. Several studies and various amounts of research have been done to find out the therapeutic effects of this super herb.

    What is Tulsi?

    The scientific name of tulsi is Ocimum Tenuiflorum.

    The word tulsi means ‘the incomparable plant’. The plant can grow up to a height of 60 centimeters. It is an entirely different plant from the pesto variety of Basil, Ocimum Basillicum. There are two main varieties of tulsi- the one with the green leaves known as Rama tulsi, and the one with the reddish leaves known as Krishna or Shyama tulsi. The holy basil plant, in all of its forms- dried, fresh, and powdered- have several healing properties that can be used to treat a variety of conditions. It is an adaptogenic herb which means its non-toxic and has a normalizing effect on the body. Typically this refers to its ability to help the body adapt to stress.

    Health Benefits of Tulsi Tea:

    The health benefits of tulsi are due to the active ingredient, Eugenol present in the leaves. It also contains ursolic acid and carvacrol, both of which have anti-microbial properties. Tulsi tea is rich in anti-oxidants, which help the body fight free radicals that are responsible for causing various chronic degenerative diseases.

    1) Respiratory benefits
    2) Cardiovascular benefits
    3) Reduce Fevers
    4) Beat stress
    5) Dental and oral health
    6) Skin and hair benefits
    7) Get Rid of Headaches
    8) Lose Weight
    9) Digestive system benefits
    10) Dissolve kidney stones
    11) Diabetes
    12) Cancer
    13) Quit Smoking
    14) Nervous system
    15) Arthritis

    In a nutshell, tulsi tea provides you potential health benefits that are helpful in promoting physical as well as mental well-being. It helps the mind and body adapt, and effectively cope with infectious diseases, emotional stresses and mental problems.

    Tulsi tea is made from the leaves and blossoms of the revered tulsi or holy basil plant. It is brewed in the same way you would prepare a cup of black, white, green or oolong tea.
     

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