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Explore What is Detox?

We all heard about detox and its health benefits, but what is detox and how can it help you?!

Tea Meditation

Did you know that a lot of people practice tea meditation every morning as soon they wake up. This beautiful daily ritual acts as the perfect complement to the meditation practice and is a perfect way to enhance your mindfulness. 

 
Self-Love Time

We all might get caught up in routine during the lockdown but taking care of yourself is one of the most underestimated habits in our lives. Find out why it is important to have a little bit of self-love time every day.

Tea Meditation

Did you know that a lot of people practice tea meditation every morning as soon they wake up. This beautiful daily ritual acts as the perfect complement to the meditation practice and is a perfect way to enhance your mindfulness. 
The caffeine in the green tea helps to wake you up and is a great approach to the morning meditation practice. But that’s just the start of it.
It is a wildly known fact that simple tea meditation is an altogether beautiful and nourishing practice which brings a greater sense of peace and helps cultivate a strong sense of gratitude and harmony.

Scottish Tea

Beautiful Scotland is one of the most mesmerising places to visit. Many of you might not know that Scotland was the first to popularise the tea on its fruitful land. The tea in Scotland has begun its journey in the 1600s with the Duchess of York, Mary of Modena.  
Among the world-famous symbols of Scotland are: the multi-colored plaid fabric called tartan, the bagpipe, the mackintosh, the Loch Ness monster and the striking beauty of Scottish lakes and highlands. However, the Scots have been proud not only of these and their kilts and castles, but also of tea plantations situated thousands miles away from home. It was James Taylor, a Scotsman, who cultivated the first successful commercial tea plantation on the Island of Ceylon in 1867 , thus becoming the founder of the tea industry in Sri Lanka.
The Scottish Pekoe tea is made by selective grading of tea with a special roll and twist. The infusion is of a beautiful golden color, has a delicate flavour and a velvety taste with a unique combination of mildness and pungency.

What is Detox

Sometimes our vital organs work too hard and need a break. Detox is a great way to take the pressure off your organs, so you can keep them strong for the future.

Weight Loss
If weight loss is one of your goals, a detox diet can be a great way to jumpstart your progress.
Detoxing can be a great remedy with long-term weight management. It is also one of the most effective ways of maintaining an ideal weight, try a detox to keep your body on track.
Detoxing can give you energy boost!
Detoxing is a great way to get rid of sugar and caffeine that cause energy crashes, leaving you with more stable energy throughout the day.

Healthy Digestive System
Detoxing is a great way to cleanse you digestive system, which will remove some causes of bad breath.

Sustainable Tea Solutions

No more Weeds
I am sure that picking up weeds is not the most satisfying activity for gardeners. As you might have already guessed, tea is a great solution to discourage weeds’ growth. 

Anti-pest solution
Even if you are not a big gardener, the biggest nightmare is finding those nasty creatures that damage crops, livestock, and forestry or cause a nuisance to people, especially in their homes. Maybe you have heard about coffee as an effective pest fighter, but have you tried the tea? Soggy bags and coffee grounds can quickly get rid of the unexpected culprit. You can either spray the tea liquid all over the plant or bury the tea bags around your plants. Its natural aroma will scare off all those unexpected guests in your lovely garden.

Sustainable solution
Reused tea bags are a great way to recycle your tea waste, which means less waste in the landfills. Reduce, Reuse and Recycle are the most common methods to reduce landfill waste.

Are tea leaves good for gardening?

It might be a big surprise, but there are still many things to discover about the secret benefits of tea. Tea has many benefits to maintain the human body’s health, but the surprising fact is that tea bags are filled with nutrients that can help the plants grow in your garden. You can now make a huge impact on sustainability by recycling your Tea Bags. If you are a big gardener and a tea lover, there are a couple of tips you can use to help your favourite plants.
 
Natural Fertilizer
Tea contains tannic acid, which is found in almost all plant structures. It serves as a plant protector from bacteria and fungi. The decomposed teabags release nutrients into the soil, creating a perfect environment for the garden’s plant growth. Another tip is to brew the used tea; the natural liquid is also a good fertilizer. Spraying the brewed Chamomile and black teas are very effective to fight and prevent plant fungus.
 
Earthworms
We all know that the earthworms are wonderful plant helpers that allow water and air to the plants’ roots, and used tea bags are an excellent food source for them.
 

Tea is a great way of getting rid of weeds in your garden!

No more Weeds
I am sure that picking up weeds is not the most satisfying activity for gardeners. As you might have already guessed, tea is a great solution to discourage weeds’ growth. 

Anti-pest solution
Even if you are not a big gardener, the biggest nightmare is finding those nasty creatures that damage crops, livestock, and forestry or cause a nuisance to people, especially in their homes. Maybe you have heard about coffee as an effective pest fighter, but have you tried the tea? Soggy bags and coffee grounds can quickly get rid of the unexpected culprit. You can either spray the tea liquid all over the plant or bury the tea bags around your plants. Its natural aroma will scare off all those unexpected guests in your lovely garden.

Sustainable solution
Reused tea bags are a great way to recycle your tea waste, which means less waste in the landfills. Reduce, Reuse and Recycle are the most common methods to reduce landfill waste.

INDULGE YOURSELF WITH THE WONDERS OF HYLEYS TEA!