iHerb Customer Reviews
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It's ok but not Ginger-y enough for my taste
Posted by 5323731202153309528 on Mar 03, 2015
I enjoy the plain Tulsi tea. This one had a tinge of lemon and ginger but I wish it was more than a tinge. After a while, it tasted like the plain Tulsi tea.
Posted by Reviewer1328494 on Jan 08, 2013
and I hope it will work on my immune strength.
I love this tea, BUT ...
Posted by Reviewer2220144 on Jul 07, 2010
It does lower cortisol. Which for many/most people is a good thing. When my cortisol level drops, I develop tachycardia (rapid heart beat/pulse). At first, the Tulsi tea was just generally relaxing @1 cup/1 tea bag, around 3 p.m. But then I started noticing late afternoon onset tachycardia, which would last through the evening. Combining the Tulsi tea with my vitamin C (which also lowers cortisol) worsened the tachycardia (> 130 bpm). Just a heads-up to others who may have some degree of latter-stage adrenal fatigue. For those with early-stage AF, generally high cortisol levels, this tea would be absolutely great. The flavor of Lemon Ginger Tulsi tea is wonderful & warming & I do crave this it just for that flavor alone.
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