Tulsi, also called Holy Basil in India, is a sacred plant and contains restorative and spiritual properties. It is used for detoxification, stress management, energy, and to restore balance. and this recipe is a tasty option to incorporate Tulsi into your routine.
1 heaping tbs. of Tulsi (pure herb)
2 tsp. of Cardamom powder ( 1 tbs. of pods crushed)
Maple syrup (add as much as you’d like to taste)
1 cup of almond milk
2 cups of water
In a medium saucepan, add the water and herbs.
Bring to a medium simmer for about 10 minutes.
Add the almond milk and maple syrup. Low simmer for another 5 minutes.
Let it sit as you turn off the heat.
Serve and enjoy!
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