Since I started fooling around with Tulsi this spring, it’s turned into a full-blown love affair. After a long search for an herbal remedy that actually unkinks the knots in my neck after a just-shoot-me stressful day, I think I have truly found my cure.
(Just-shoot-me + oops I forgot to take my blood pressure medicine = you could pour what’s left of me into a thimble.)

Which got me prowling around for pharmacological info to figure out why this works so well when other herbals don’t … boy, this stuff will cure whatever ails ya because it’s:

An immuno-modulator that balances and improves the immune response of the body in fighting antigens (disease causing agents such as bacteria, viruses, microbes, allergens etc.) and maintaining health

I won’t get radiation poisoning either.

So here’s to good health, a better day tomorrow, and not glowing in the dark.

K S

The clock turned to face the wall is bright enough at night without becoming a human nightlight. Think I’ll go fix a cup of homegrown myself.

ashmanra

I need to try tulsi. I could use some unknotting.

JasonCT

I never knew about Tulsi until I started dating my current girlfriend. She’s Indian and this plant is revered by Hindus. Often given to the dying, it hold both spiritual and medicinal benefits.
Glad to read about your love affair with it!

Tabby

I think I’m gonna grow Tulsi in my balcony garden next year. Hmmm…

Tea Sipper

I need some more tulsi teas! Basil is my favorite..

gmathis

I guess the best way to describe the effect (on me, at least; we’re all wired differently) is that when I have a revved-up stress-induced jet fuel adrenaline surge going on that I can’t pull back on, it takes the heat out of it. Make sense?

Terri HarpLady

I was drinking tulsi for awhile, but then it started becoming the new rooibos (showing up trendily everywhere) , & I went into an irritable avoidance pattern. I suppose I should give it a 2nd chance, maybe it will help with my allergies…

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K S

The clock turned to face the wall is bright enough at night without becoming a human nightlight. Think I’ll go fix a cup of homegrown myself.

ashmanra

I need to try tulsi. I could use some unknotting.

JasonCT

I never knew about Tulsi until I started dating my current girlfriend. She’s Indian and this plant is revered by Hindus. Often given to the dying, it hold both spiritual and medicinal benefits.
Glad to read about your love affair with it!

Tabby

I think I’m gonna grow Tulsi in my balcony garden next year. Hmmm…

Tea Sipper

I need some more tulsi teas! Basil is my favorite..

gmathis

I guess the best way to describe the effect (on me, at least; we’re all wired differently) is that when I have a revved-up stress-induced jet fuel adrenaline surge going on that I can’t pull back on, it takes the heat out of it. Make sense?

Terri HarpLady

I was drinking tulsi for awhile, but then it started becoming the new rooibos (showing up trendily everywhere) , & I went into an irritable avoidance pattern. I suppose I should give it a 2nd chance, maybe it will help with my allergies…

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Somebody asked me once when I became a tea junkie; I think it dates back to college when I needed caffeine for a 7 a.m. class but chose not to do coffee. My favorite teapot is a medium-sized Brown Betty given to me by my Mema; the painted flowers are chipping off, but the size and feel is perfect. I rejoice when I get a morning to brew a pot of loose tea starting with a kettle; not a bag and a hot pot.

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