Tulsi Mint Tea


A refreshing and minty blend of calming and cooling herbs.

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Product Description

Mint is a cooling, digestive herb that is also a great palate cleanser; and Tulsi is a renown adaptogenic herb that calms the digestive and respiratory systems. Our Tulsi Mint tea, which includes peppermint, spearmint, chocolate mint, hyssop, and pineapple sage may be the perfect daily tonic that can be enjoyed anytime of the day. 

General use Applications:
  • General well-being
  • Soothes digestion
  • Promotes healthy circulation
  • Supports the adrenals, kidneys, lungs, heart, liver,
  • Improves brain and nervous system functions
  • Cleanses pituitary, thyroid, pineal glands
  • Boosts immune system
Nutritional Qualities:
  • Alkaline minerals
  • Super Antioxidant-rich
  • Nitric Oxide
  • Androgens
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Anti-viral
  • Anti-fungal
  • Anti-biotic
  • Adaptogenic
  • Vitamins A, C, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, Choline
  • Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium


Additional Information

Weight 2 oz
Dimensions 2.6875 x 2.6875 x 3.75 in

Tulsi, Mint, Tarragon, Pineapple Sage.

Serving Size

One teaspoon per 8oz / 240ml of water

Stimulant Effect

Neutral. Does not have a stimulating or relaxing effect. Use anytime day or night.


0.7 oz, 1.4 oz, 2.8 oz


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Hot Tea

All of our teas are herbal. They do not become bitter with extended brewing times and are therefore very forgiving of the brewing process. The teas can be brewed more than once, up to 3 times. It will become slightly weaker in flavor each time.

  1. Use about a teaspoon of loose tea per 8oz / 240ml of water.
  2. Place loose tea in your teapot, cup, or use the infuser of your choice.
  3. Pour freshly boiled, but not boiling, water over your tea. Water temperature should be about 208º F. / 98º C.
  4. Steep tea for 5-8 minutes. Longer steeping times will result in stronger tea.
  5. Remove your tea infuser. If not using an infuser, strain your tea and enjoy.
  6. Once you’ve finished your tea, steep the leaves again until the flavor is exhausted.
  7. Leftover hot tea can be strained into a glass container, sealed and kept in the refrigerator to enjoy as cold tea later. 

Iced TEA
To make about a quart or liter of iced tea:

  1. Add 6 teaspoons of loose tea to a teapot.
  2. Pour about 2 cups / half liter of freshly boiled, but not boiling, water over your tea. Water temperature should be about 208º F. / 98º C.
    Steep tea for 5-8 minutes.
  3. While tea is steeping, add 2 cups / half liter of cold filtered water to a pitcher.
  4. Pour the tea into the pitcher with the cold water straining out the tea.
  5. Fill the pitcher with ice.

Our herbal drink powders are a very finely ground tea. Some of the smaller particles will pass through your infuser and settle in the bottom of your cup. You may choose to either drink these for a little extra dosage, or discard. To minimize small tea particles in your cup, steep your tea in bags.