The financial year 2017-18 for the market of Indian organic food products ended with a bang. Officials from Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA) revealed that Indian organic product exports for the financial year 2017-18 pegged at $ 515 million as against $ 370 million recorded in 2016-17. They further added that the total export volume was 4.58 lakh tonne, clocking up an increase of 39%.
Let’s get real. We love tea, despite the many naysayers dissuading us from drinking caffeine.
I can’t even function my normal self without a sizzling hot cup of tea, rejuvenating me to put in the boot hard enough for the day. Else, I’m just a zombie, lifeless and moribund, sitting through my job, because I have bills.
Not even joking!
About 40% of the US population suffers from sleep disorders, let alone the global numbers, which might escalate to a staggering 65-70%. This is no short of an alarming situation, and brings the focus down to a critical question - is there a healthy, natural solution to sleep deprivation? Can we ever sleep like a baby in our adulthood without the aid of sleeping pills? Guess, the answer was always near, but we kept looking at the other side. The answer was in the *cup* while we kept scrambling across the *bottles* for it.
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Who doesn’t love a great flowing mane? And, it’s relaxing to know that a thing as basic as black tea and green tea can help you have a luscious hair growth.
All you need to do is soaking up a cache in a bowl of water, pouring the mixture on hair, and rinsing it off after 10 minutes. Don’t forget to condition your hair after the complete therapy. While black tea prevents breakage, green tea adds strength to the follicles and promotes growth.