Coconut Choc-Mint Tulsi Slices

December 18, 2019 0 Comments

Looking for a healthy after dinner mint this festive season, look no further! These delicious little morsels are not only a minty slice of uplifting delight, with a smidge of dark chocolate to tantalise the taste buds, but the best part is that they contain Tulsi. So if you're a little stuck and want to provide the inlaws with something a little different made with love, sure to impress, these are for you. And the best part, they keep in the freezer for those toasty hot days of summer, that are just around corner, when you need an uplifting afternoon snack.

We trust you'll love them as much as we do.

Cacao (Immunomodulation)
Strengthening, balancing, supporting and regulating the immune system, optimising immune response (great for winter).
Cacao (Magnesium)
An essential mineral, absorbed in the gut and is important for energy, muscle health and bone health.
Cacao (Anandamide)
Is a fatty acid neurotransmitter. The name is taken from the Sanskrit word 'ananda', which means "joy, bliss, delight".
Cacao (Theobromine)
Similar to caffeine, it is a vasodilator, anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, diuretic and can act as a stimulant. Studies suggest it aids the absorption of the polyphenols in Cacao.
Maple Syrup
When all other sweeteners are highly processed, we opt for either Honey (from the hive) or Maple Syrup (from the tree). If something has to be significantly processed to become something else before we consume it, then surely logic dictates that its probably not that good for you... and may be causing other health issues that your not aware of.
Organic Tulsi

Named the "Queen of herbs", Tulsi is one of the most revered products within Ayurveda, promoting health and longevity while maintaining youthfulness, commonly used to support the lungs, heart, nervous and digestive system, specifically helping to alleviate fevers and coughing, promoting clear airways, digestion and circulation. Research has found that Tulsi may be able to help improve VO2 Max and lung capacity, as well as endurance. Support the immune system. Reduce stress, elevating mood and cognitive function.
Did you know that Tulsi was also a member of the Mint Family??
Visit the science tab in the product page to see what we found when researching Tulsi.

Peppermint Essence / Essential Oil

As an ancient remedy in Egypt around 1000BC, peppermint has some miles under its belt, used to support the respiratory, digestive, immune and muscular systems. Today we even take mint tablets to soothe (cool) digestive issues and promote movement. Or can be used to alleviate headaches by rubbing some on the temples or under the nose to clear airways.

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