Almond Tulsi Delight

Tulsi, also called Holy Basil in India, is a sacred plant and contains restorative and spiritual properties. It is used for detoxification, stress management, energy, and to restore balance. and this recipe is a tasty option to incorporate Tulsi into your routine.


1 heaping tbs. of Tulsi (pure herb)

2 tsp. of Cardamom powder ( 1 tbs. of pods crushed)

Maple syrup (add as much as you’d like to taste)

1 cup of almond milk

2 cups of water


In a medium saucepan, add the water and herbs.

Bring to a medium simmer for about 10 minutes.

Add the almond milk and maple syrup. Low simmer for another 5 minutes.

Let it sit as you turn off the heat.

Serve and enjoy!

Dr. Vishnu Aragona AD, LMT, is one of Philadelphia's leading experts in Ayurveda, with over 20 years of experience in holistic training. He has been recognized by NAMA (National Ayurveda Medical Association) as meeting the requirements as a Doctor of Ayurveda. Vishnu has a Master's Degree in Ayurveda and a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology. Vishnu is also a licensed massage therapist, practicing various other modalities. He has been practicing for 22 years and teaching classical yoga rooted in Ayurveda for over 15 years. His Ayurveda, Yoga, and Massage center, Still Point Ayurveda is the leading Ayurvedic Center in Philadelphia. Visit to find out more and to schedule appointments.

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