Why Tulsi and Hibiscus Teas?

Hibiscus FAQs


What is hibiscus?

One of nature’s most beautiful flowering plants, the hibiscus was native to South Asia and North Africa, but now thrives in moderate tropical climates around the world.

Many traditional systems of medicine throughout history have steeped dried hibiscus flowers, seeds, and husks to brew a tangy tea.

Hibiscus is rich in antioxidants and vitamin c, making it a powerful force for your body’s good.

What does hibiscus taste like?

Hibiscus has a bold sweet-tart flavor palate, similar to cranberry.

How is hibiscus tea healthy for me?

For many of us, the past year has been a wake-up call to better take care of our health, both mental and physical.

Joyroot hibiscus teas have antioxidants, are low calorie, low sugar, caffeine-free and stunningly delicious. If you’re thirsty for inner peace, reach for a Joyroot hibiscus tea!

Does hibiscus tea have caffeine?

Hibiscus teas are naturally caffeine-free!


Tulsi FAQs


What is tulsi?

Tulsi translates to “the incomparable one” in Hindi, and is also called ‘the queen of herbs.’ For generations, this ‘queen of herbs’ has been used in Ayurvedic medicine to relieve stress and aid in balancing the mind and body. Tulsi is called Holy Basil in English.

Recent scientific studies have classified tulsi as an adaptogen or nootropic, meaning a natural substance that helps the body and mind adapt to external and internal stress.

What does tulsi taste like?

Tulsi has high notes of pepper and cloves, with a smooth undercurrent of licorice.

What are the health benefits of holy basil, aka tulsi?

As our modern world continues to speed up, we find it harder to keep our minds and bodies in sync or at peace. That’s why Joyroot chose tulsi tea. With its incomparable soothing effects and its distinctive flavors, there’s no better way to take a moment to bring joy in and let stress out.

Does tulsi tea have caffeine?

Tulsi teas are naturally caffeine-free, and we wouldn’t have it any other way!

Should I enjoy Tulsi tea hot or cold?

We prefer our Joyroot tulsi tea cold, but it can also be enjoyed warm!