Queen of Herbs Tea - 100gm
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An ayurvedic blend of tulsi, lemon and ginger to help you unwind and calm your mind, body and soul
- Blend of Tulsi Leaves with Lemon & Ginger
- Handpicked Tea Leaves
- Pure & Long Tea Leaves
- Packed in 100gms of Pouch
- Delicate & Aromatic Flavours
About the Tea
Tulsi is considered “The Queen of Herbs”. Smooth and gentle blend of Holy Tulsi and Green tea balanced with fine nuances of ginger and lemon. This tea encourages tranquillity, clarity, relief from stress, robust immunity, and stamina. With its fresh taste and an astonishing array of benefits, it is quite simply perfect.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How many cups of tea can I make from 100g of tea?
At 2-2.5g of tea per cup, you can make 40-50 cups of tea from 100g.
What is Queens Of Herbs Tea?
Queen of Herbs Tea is made with holy tulsi, green tea, lemon peel, lemon extract, and ginger, this smooth and gentle blend is sure to delight the senses.
How are the teas packaged?
The tea is packed inside a pouch which is heat sealed to preserve the freshness/aroma of the tea.
Is there any artificial colouring or preservatives in my tea?
None at all! All our teas are 100% natural with natural extracts and no artificial colouring or flavouring. These are the finest tea leaves crafted into unique blends, using all natural ingredients.
Is regular tea consumption good for the body?
According to some research, 5 cups of tea a day can sharpen the body's defences against diseases.
Apart from this, tea is also good for weight loss, heart, overall hydration and life longevity.
How should I store my tea?
Store your tea in an airtight container and keep it in a cool, dark place. You should avoid storing tea near any sources of heat, like a stove or a sunny window.