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drank Me Time by Woash Wellness
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I got this tisane from a Women’s Day countdown box that I participated in, and decided to crack it open today. Although I generally have tisanes in the evening, I’m having this in the afternoon for a nice relaxation break. With snacks!

I should really try more tulsi blends, as I tend to really like them. This has a lovely anise-like note to it from the tulsi, which I really enjoy, and it blends quite well with the more herbaceous lemongrass, verbena, and chamomile. I do detect a little bit of lavender, but it doesn’t become soapy and blends rather well with the tulsi. I have a history of not loving lavender, but I’m trying to give it more of a chance lately since it seems very well-liked.

Anyway, this is a delightful combination of that anise-mint-pepper tulsi spiciness with an assortment of other citrusy, herbal-y, mellow notes. There’s also that nice honey flavor from the chamomile. I could definitely imagine sipping on this before bed, though it’s tasty enough for any time of day.

Would love to hear your favorite tulsi blends, if you have any!

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Flavors: Anise, Chamomile, Citrus, Floral, Herbaceous, Honey, Lavender, Lemon, Mint, Pepper, Smooth, Sweet, Tulsi

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 0 sec 3 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML
gmathis

I like to steep straight tulsi leaves (bulk from our local indie grocer) with a little apple mint (dried from my back porch). Inexpensive and effective for stress-day knots in my neck.

Mastress Alita

I love tulsi! My two favorites are Davidson Tea’s Tulsi Ginger Lemon (which can be found wholesaled in smaller sizes from other suppliers — I tend to get it from Encore Teas), and Tea Chai Te’s Honey Tulsi Chai, a blend of tulsi, honeybush, and spices.

derk

A coworker just today gifted me with a locally made peach-mango flavored tulsi-rooibos blend. It’s a big bag, I’d be happy to send you some to try.

Martin Bednář

I don’t have much experience with Tulsi but Organic India brand. I can’t tell that I love it, but I think I can drink it without problems. Morringa is a bit a different story :)

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