Vaginal health is an intricate and thorny subject. As women, we know how frightening it’s when a diagnosis confirms a medical problem attacking down *there*.
Out of all the infections that affect vaginal health, the most prevalent are yeast infections. An estimation says that almost 75% of women experience a yeast infection once in a lifetime. And, 40-45% of them have recurrent cases.
Vrikshayurveda is the ancient Indian science of plant life, a body of knowledge that has been systematically compiled in the form of 325 Sanskrit slokas in a text named VRIKSHAYURVEDA by Surapala approximately 1000 years ago..The small growers of Golaghat have demonstrated that the methods of vrikshayurveda are suited to tea, paddy and vegetable farming. They have achieved excellent results within a short period of time with only a modest financial investment. Their gardens and farms are now totally organic and some have been certified as organic.
Assam is widely recognized as one of the world's great gourmet teas. Taking its name from the area of northern India where it's produced, it's usually associated with the dark, aromatic infusion enjoyed either made with the pure leaf or as part of a typical 'English Breakfast' blend. However, the Assam variety of tea plant is highly versatile, and its leaves are just as suited to making green tea, with all the well known health benefits that go with its delicious taste.
If you never tasted organic Assam handmade tea before, it's time you do so. Let's admit it, machines will never be able to fully replace people. Unless we really let them. Passion, attention to details, effort and love are not something you can just plug into electricity or fuel with gasoline. You need to have a heart. This is exactly why handmade teas are more valuable from machine harvested and processed. Are we letting world to lose its heart? So, what is the difference? Why should we care?