Bread is a welcome guest on everyone’s breakfast table and a perfect snack between meals. But eating the same bread all the time is boring, so why not bake some yourself? Simple, quick and totally according to your own taste! With our Veggie Tea Bread, you will do not only your palate a favour, but the palates of everyone around you.
Today matcha has found its way to the world’s metropolitan cities, where it is highly prized for its many valuable nutrients and unique health benefits. It’s not just in the mornings that it can invigorate you with its high caffeine content, working like a ‘healthy espresso’ and pick-me-up. We have put together a carefully chosen selection of different matcha qualities for you and your customers. Experience the unique benefits of this little tin of green energy.
Healing, prevention and a long life
The sciences of yoga and Ayurveda encompass what is likely the oldestsystem of medicine in the world that is still known today. It is believed to have been created over 5,000 years ago by Indian Rishis (Sanskrit: seer,sage) and was recorded in writing for the first time in the Vedas(sacred texts of India) circa 1500 BCE. It refers to the naturalsecret of healing, prevention of illness and a long life. This holistic system of medicine includes the use of medicinal herbs inteas and ointments. Massage, meditation andphysical exercise are other extremely effective components. Yoga can be considered a part ofAyurveda.
Everyone loves a lush abundance of flowers. But the beauties hiding in our parks and gardens are capable of much more.
A detox cure helps the body eliminate toxins. You can find the 5 golden rules here...
Winter is approaching and in the shops you can once again find the usual Christmas time trappings such as gingerbread, cinnamon biscuits etc.
Whenever you think of Christmas, your head is filled at once with many different images. Candlelight, a huge table laden with food, a plate of biscuits and a lovely hot cup of tea. You could carry on dreaming like this for ever.
But the spices that we use in our Christmas baking are also true secret weapons of nature. They help in a natural way to ease many different complaints and are not stuffed full of chemicals.
Fresh herbs add an extra kick to tea and can be a decorative eye-catcher for guests or a cosy wellness evening. Spring is the right time of year to grow many of these popular green revitalisers. If you don't have a garden, a plant pot on your balcony or windowsill is usually more than adequate. There are however a few things to bear in mind. Some herbs like the sun, but some prefer the shade. Some like sandy soil while others like damp, nutrient-rich earth.
Our ancestors trusted the knowledge of their herb peddlers, medicine men and shamans. These knew a great deal about plants' natural workings, and used them to brew healing teas for drinking or to make herbal poultices.
Moringa gives strength for autumn
Moringa Oleifera has many names: The Wonder Tree, Tree of Life, the Horseradish Tree...
Around 5000 years ago, the ancient Indians held the concentrated power of this plant in high esteem for their Ayurvedic medicine, convinced that Moringa was capable of curing more than 300 different ailments. ...
Do you drink enough water? What about your New Year's resolutions for this year?
The human body consists of approximately 60-70% water, depending on age and gender. Young and male people need more water than female and old ones. This is due to the fact that the body of young people and men needs a higher amount of energy - young people for growth and men, as their bodies usually have more muscles (muscles consists of 60% water).