Making India Healthier -TEA with natural Tulsi

Modifying common TEA herbal with natural Tulsi

Tea was first introduced into India by the British, in an attempt to break the Chinese monopoly on tea. The British launched a tea industry in Assam. Maniram Dewan (1806-1858) was the first Indian tea planter. Tea was originally only consumed by Anglicized Indians, and it was not until the 1950s that tea grew widely popular in India through a successful advertising campaign by the India Tea Board.

The British East India Company in the early 1820s began large-scale production of tea in Assam, India, of a tea variety traditionally brewed by the Singpho people. Assam by the turn of the century became the leading tea producing region in the world. The tea cultivation begun in India in the nineteenth century by the British, however, has accelerated to the point that today India is listed as the world’s leading producer, its 715,000 tons well ahead of China’s 540,000 tons, and of course, the teas of Assam, Ceylon (from the island nation known as Sri Lanka), and Darjeeling are world famous. However, because Indians average half a cup daily on per capita basis, fully 70 percent of India’s immense crop is consumed locally.”

British brought TEA to India and we have adopted this being habit than to looking in analytically usefulness. The day for us starts with a cup of tea and most of the office cultures end up with another cup of tea. Tones of TEA leaves are grown, processed and utilized for tea business. There had been news on some value in consumption for TEA but never gone out of box to make use of opportunity utilizing individual Food & Beverage consumption as medium of preventive health for masses. The Tea manufacturing companies of India recently came out Tea packaging with TULSI combination. The IDEA constructed by brilliant marketing teams of professional companies has MAGICAL VALUES for common AAM INSANIAN of India living hand to mouth for difficult economics of AJAD– INDEPENDENT NEW INDIA.

The new Prime Minister of India has reflected few natural traits and one of them had been removing glass house security competitiveness for Independence Day 2014. He appears to be in thinking on line with thought process of Late Mr Shastri but yet to prove KEHNI KATHNI cohesiveness being Executive head of the country. He did invite IDEAS from public and may have received a couple of thousands on economy, science ,Administration, Politics, Judiciary etc but few may be also be directly relevant to AAM ADMI Life regulation & solutions.

One of such ideas proposed is that TEA consumption brings more harm than goodness to India. Tea is habit not possible to be changed easily. The tea consumption can be MODI…FIED for a health drink with slightest amendment that it will have 5 to 15 % TULSI contents in them. The benefits for common persons may be one of the following or many out of them. The TULSI–BASIL happened to be an important symbol in the Indian religious tradition and is worshiped in many states. Basil has magical health values preventing ailments and useful for treatments of many health disorders such as;

1. Healing Power: The leaves are a nerve tonic and also sharpen memory. The leaves strengthen the stomach. Has usefulness in the treatment of respiratory system disorders.
2. Fever & Common Cold: During the rainy season, when malaria and dengue fever are widely prevalent, tender leaves, boiled with tea, act as preventive against these diseases.
3. Coughs: Useful for asthma bronchitis, asthma, influenza, cough and cold and chewing tulsi leaves relieves cold and flu.
4. Sore Throat: Water boiled with basil leaves can be taken as drink in case of sore throat. This water can also be used as a gargle.
5. Kidney Stone: Basil has strengthening effect on the kidney
6. Heart Disorder: Basil has a beneficial effect in cardiac disease and the weakness resulting from them. It reduces the level of blood cholesterol.
7. Stress: Basil leaves are regarded as an ‘adaptogen’ or anti-stress agent. It purifies blood and helps prevent several common elements.
8. Mouth Infections: The leaves are quite effective for the ulcer and infections in the mouth.
9. Insect Bites: The herb is a prophylactic or preventive and curative for insect stings or bites.
10. Skin Disorders: Basil juice is beneficial in the treatment of ringworm and other skin diseases.
11. Teeth Disorder: This is very good for maintaining dental health, counteracting bad breath and for massaging the gums
12. Headaches: Basil makes a good medicine for headache.
13. Eye Disorders: Basil juice is an effective remedy for sore eyes and night-blindness.
14. Diabetes: Help to control blood sugar level.
15. Anti-cancer: Tulsi is anti-carcinogenic in nature and helps to treat some forms of cancer including breast cancer.
16. Adds Glow to the Face: Rubbing finely powdered dry tulsi on the face adds glow to the face glow and removes dark spots from the face.
17. Treats Dandruff and Dry Scalp: Tulsi helps to improve the blood circulation and keeps scalp cool reducing itchiness and dandruff and thus promotes hair growth. Tulsi paste keeps the scalp; roots clean and keep the dandruff at bay.
18. Boosts Immunity: Tulsi has a complex constitution that includes immunity booster, adaptogens and anti-oxidants. Hence, tulsi juice when taken every week keeps our scalp healthy and hydrated.
Let us dilute the negative impact of tones of TEA consumption and utilize opportunity of our habit in improving health though new Governance ordinances by ensuring that common Tea leaves has certain qualities of Tulsi in them to protect INDIAN HEALTH.
Article Posted on : 2014-08-21

Updated: September 5, 2014 — 5:54 pm