People often use the words 'conservation' and 'sustainability' but how much do they follow these in their daily lives? Discover in this video what does Sustainability means for us here in Solaris Tea and how we are making our part into making this word a reality and how you may help.
In times of home office life like the one we are living in now, many people who were not used to working at home have been looking for ways to stay productive and creative. Creating a routine is one of the secrets! Discover practical ways to establish an effective routine for the home office:
If like me you have been working from home these last 12 weeks alongside many others around the country or indeed the world, its probably been somewhat of a mixed bag. Whilst I found myself thoroughly enjoying (dare I say it) the first few weeks of 'lock-in'- more time with the kids, no 'unnecessary journeys' anywhere! Great weather, time in the garden, sleep-ins and the novelty of home-cooked food 3 times a day. Heaven? Well, I must admit the novelty soon wore off!
Herbs are wonderful gentle allies for children. They tend to be easy to take and make for safe, effective alternatives to medicines such as steroids or antibiotics. Children tend to respond readily to herbal medicines as their systems haven't been overburdened by long term or chronic ailments. Incorporate herbs into your children live from an early age and soon it will become second nature for them to listen to their bodies and what they need to ease that sore tummy or achy head.
Summer is the perfect season to enjoy and celebrate with friends and family.Those reunions are a great opportunity for creating and enjoying drinks, which have become the darlings of the time in most modern bars: Drinks made with tea. Thinking about this wave and our passion for herbs, we published our first recipe, a Green Tea Mojito Now we selected other five drink recipes with teas that are very easy to prepare and that usually please many people.
Rooibos (pronounced ROY-boss) is a Deep amber-orange caffeine-free infusion made from the leaves of the Aspalathus Linearis shrub, grown in the Cederberg mountains of South Africa. Besides been an amazing drink, it can be used as an ingredient to cook delicious meals. You do not believe me? Check those recipes out!
In a cup of tea, there is more than our vain philosophical ideas: it encapsulates an ancient and healthy habit. From that time to this day, the fame of the infusion gave rise to an innumerous number of variations and now we are able to find white, green and black tea, as well as herbal, fruit and or flower infusions that can be served hot or cold. Besides being an amazing drink, there are countless ways to use tea in cooking. Let's learn some?
Rooibos is definitely a win-win tea. It has a huge amount of antioxidants but is naturally caffeine free. Besides the fact that it is incredibly healthy, it also tastes amazing and can be used for many different culinary purposes, including baking. For this reason we bring you a delicious recipe for Rooibos Cookies. Use plain Rooibos, or we suggest Solaris Rooibos Cacao Chai to spice it up a little....
The Third Eye Chakra is directly connected with our intuition. Among all the chakras in the body, it improves our inner vision and is located in the middle of the forehead. It is responsible for the logic and clarity of our ideas, it captures through our vision the best vibrations to balance our body and soul.