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Organic India

Red Mango Tulsi Tea

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  • Certified Organic Red Mango Tulsi Tea



  • De-stress and energize



  • Caffeine free


A luscious tropical blend of caffeine-free African rooibos tea and Tulsi, a duo of antioxidant power that brings transformative energy. Each cup is delightfully infused with India's favorite fruit, succulent mango.

Throughout India, Tulsi is considered "The Queen of Herbs" and is revered as a sacred plant infused with power. Traditionally grown in an earthen pot in every family home or garden, Tulsi (also known as Holy Basil) makes a delicious and refreshing tea that possesses wonderful health benefits that support the body's natural immune system while relieving the body's negative reaction to stress. Caffeine free. USDA Organic.

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Product Description:

Red Mango Tulsi Tea

  • Certified Organic Red Mango Tulsi Tea



  • De-stress and energize



  • Caffeine free


A luscious tropical blend of caffeine-free African rooibos tea and Tulsi, a duo of antioxidant power that brings transformative energy. Each cup is delightfully infused with India's favorite fruit, succulent mango.

Throughout India, Tulsi is considered "The Queen of Herbs" and is revered as a sacred plant infused with power. Traditionally grown in an earthen pot in every family home or garden, Tulsi (also known as Holy Basil) makes a delicious and refreshing tea that possesses wonderful health benefits that support the body's natural immune system while relieving the body's negative reaction to stress. Caffeine free. USDA Organic.

Product Label:

Red Mango Tulsi Tea

Supplement Facts

Serving Size 1 tea bag (makes 8 fl oz)

  Amount Per Serving %Daily Value
Proprietary Organic Blend 1.9 g  
Organic Tulsi (Holy Basil) Blend    
Rama Tulsi (leaf & flower)  
Krishna Tulsi (leaf & flower)  
Vana Tulsi (leaf & flower)  
Organic Rooibos (leaf)  
Organic Chamomile (flower)  

†Daily Value not established.

Other ingredients: Organic mango flavor.

Directions: Pour 8 oz of freshly boiled water over tea bag in a cup and infuse for 3 or more minutes. Add milk or dairy substitute and a sweetener if desired. Double the strength when serving iced.

Iced Tea: Pour 2 cups boiling water over 8 tea bags, cover and steep for 20 minutes. Remove tea bags and add 2 cups of cold water. Refrigerate to cool, and pour over ice. Makes 1 quart.

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Red Mango Tulsi Tea

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Customer Ratings & Reviews

Red Mango Tulsi Tea 5 5 5 6
Delicious Tea! Tulsi is revered to help keep you calm. I find this tea does exactly that. I love having a cup before I go to bed at night. Delicious flavor too! June 20, 2013
I LOVE this Tea I have had "almost" all of the flavors of Tulsi Tea and they are all good, but, the Red Mango is my favorite. I buy the Pomegranite Green tea when I need a little caffeine. I have been drinking tea since I was a child and this is the first tea EVER that broke me of having sugar in my tea. March 18, 2012
rought start At first, I did not like this tea. But I got used to the taste. I just finished the box and will order more. February 11, 2011
Tasty Tea Great tasting tea. Not flowery or overly strong. No bitter taste whatsoever either, making it a great tea to drink without the need for any sugar/sweetener. February 2, 2011
Perfect! This is the perfect caffeine-free tea. Neither sweet nor bitter; the perfect combination of rooibos with just a hint of mango. Unlike many "herbal teas" this one is free of the perfume-like taste. One of my absolute favorites. December 21, 2010
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