Our philosophy remains the same since our journey began in 1976. We've worked tirelessly to develop blends that are true reflections of their names, while being committed to sourcing healthy ingredients grown by generations of skilled small farmers since the early 1900s engaging in sustainable, socially responsible agricultural practices. As the first exclusively organic tea purveyor, we bring you the finest fresh organic teas for the most discerning palates. Enjoy Davidson's Organics, the organic tea that sets the standards for the highest quality.
Our Promise to You
While honoring your mind and body, we invite you to experience the great rewards of drinking tea when the flavors are true and exhilarating, and when ingredients are pure and uncompromised. So enjoy every sip of the purest organic tea, direct from our farm to your cup, and toast to our collective wellbeing together.
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Tulsi Ginger Lemon
Davidson's blends three varieties of Tulsi (Krishna, Rama and Vana) with ginger (helps with motion sickness & nausea) and lemon myrtle to create a delicious tartness with a kick if ginger spice.
Tulsi, also known as Ocimum Sanctum, the Holy Basil or Tulasi, is a type of basil plant that has been grown for thousands of years. Since its introduction to society, Tulsi has become one of the cornerstones of Ayurvedic medicine. Tulsi is commonly cultivated for religious and spiritual purposes, and is recognized as the Elixir of Life. Additionally, Tulsi is widely enjoyed as an herbal tea and is well-known for its high antioxidant and adaptogenic properties. These properties promote wellness by strengthening the body's immune system against environmental and emotional influences. Lastly, due to its medicinal values, Tulsi is often used to treat various skin conditions, relieve stomach pains, promote blood circulation and reduce fever, just to name a few.
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We recommend enjoying 3 or more cups of Tulsi or a blend of Tulsi each day for best results.
Hot Tea - Place 1 tea bag in mug. Add boiling water and steep for 5-7 minutes. Make a pot at a time by adding multiple tea bags to your favorite tea pot- brew for the same time.
Iced Tea - To make a quart, add 4 tea bags to a heat-proof container. Bring fresh filtered water to full boil. Pour over bags and steep for 5-7 minutes. Remove tea bags and refrigerate. Serve over ice with sweetener to taste.