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Bamboo is quickly becoming a must have for everything from non-woven fabrics to composites, food to forage. The problem is there isn’t enough bamboo planted at this time to fill that need. Manufacturers are scrambling to lock in raw materials for current and future use. Bamboo grows fast and harvesting...
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Finding viable organic alternatives to commercial fertilizers is crucially important in a world where tens of thousands of chemicals have been added to our environment in the last fifty years.  These chemicals are either directly applied to our food or make their way into our food system via water and...
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I have to say that bamboo charcoal is just such a wonder substance it’s hard not to sound over the top when talking about it.  It’s long past the point where it’s in all of our vehicles, every bag or purse, and the bathrooms.  My kids all know how to...
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“The highest spiritual practice is self-observation without judgment.” – Swami Kripalu New BeginningsMaybe you are one of many who find themselves at the beginning of the New Year saying “this year is going to be different”.  “This year I am going to prioritize my health.”  If so you may also...
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Taking a multivitamin? Do you really know what is in there and if it is helping you? Let’s break down what Bamboo Leaf Tea can do for your vitamin level and give you five healthy ways to get your body in top shape.The water soluble vitamins are needed in frequent...
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Taking a multivitamin? Do you really know what is in there and if it is helping you? Let’s break down what Bamboo Leaf Tea can do for your vitamin level and give you five healthy ways to get your body in top shape. The water soluble vitamins are needed in...
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Women are facing more stresses than ever these days.  We are multi-tasking gurus and so when faced with work, kids, home, ect. we say yes to it all.  We are over worked, over stressed, under nourished, and this is showing up in multiple areas of our health.   We are...
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After reading an interesting article on bamboo leaf tea and its health benefits, I did a Google search and uncovered a link to the Bamboo Leaf Tea Farm (www.bambooleaftea.net) in Champions Gate, Florida, about a half-hour south of Orlando. While visiting friends in Orlando last month, I decided to make...
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I get emails all the time about  the tea and how to get the most out of your order.  Once people know all of the great benefits that Bamboo Leaf Tea has to offer they want to optimize their use so here are a few tips on brewing the tea...
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I get emails all the time about  the tea and how to get the most out of your order.  Once people know all of the great benefits that Bamboo Leaf Tea has to offer they want to optimize their use so here are a few tips on brewing the tea...
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So I wanted to give you a few more tips on helping you along the path to reducing or eliminating sugar from your diet.  This is something I have been working on for 25 years or more so don’t beat yourself up if it doesn’t happen over night.  Every day...
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I wanted to give you a bit of incentive on your sugar free week.  And here it is my 12 year old son is going sugar free this week.  Actually he is doing more than that he is eating all fruits and vegetables with a few raw nuts.  This is...
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So I am still headlong into my no coffee and no sugar journey and I have to say that it is going way better than I thought it would.  I am also heavily emphasizing the journey part because to do something all at once is never easy and sometimes life...
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So I am still headlong into my no coffee and no sugar journey and I have to say that it is going way better than I thought it would.  I am also heavily emphasizing the journey part because to do something all at once is never easy and sometimes life...
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Soluble fiber is a key part of combating digestive issues. Whether your stress goes right to your stomach or you suffer from IBS, drinks with soluble fiber can make a big difference in your daily life. Let’s face it we all have to eat.We all know that adding fiber to...
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“Tea made from bamboo really?” This is the question I get asked a lot. The short answer is “Yes”.Bamboo is a fantastically versatile plant that can be used for everything from flooring to clothing, from utensils to food. It is and continues to be a food staple in Asia and...
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Bamboo can be used in so many creative ways and it’s all natural. Asian cultures have of course been using bamboo for centuries and yet we are just discovering the possibilities. I love these variations but even just simply putting branches into a vase is beautiful. Discover your own variation.
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Making the perfect cup of tea is pretty straight forward. The biggest parts are the ingredients. So water, tea, and a mug or bottles. Easy right?  But what ingredients are you putting in the mix.  They are not all created equal. The water should be alkaline, if possible, or a good...
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One of the most frequent questions I get asked about Bamboo Leaf Tea is “Does it have caffeine?”. The short answer is that no bamboo does not contain caffeine but some of the teas that I blend it with do.  Coffee, cacao beans (chocolate), the tea plant (camellia sinensis), kola...
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So we talk a lot about the chemical and nutritional make up of foods.  What compounds are in the food that make them healthy?  What nutritional aspects of a specific food helpsheart disease or diabetes?  Which supplement should I take for bone density or chronic fatigue?  Is it organic?  What is...
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Like most of you I have been thinking a lot about what I want to create in the New Year.  I have been through a lot of changes in my personal life in the past two years along with starting Bamboo Leaf Tea and I wanted to really get clear...
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Dear Friends,We all have names.  Ones that we are given at birth or that we acquired somewhere along our journey and these names are significant to us.  They represent who we are and where we come from, they denote lineage, and evoke emotion.  Mine was given to me at birth...
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Peppermint Patty is an excellent blend of organic cacao nibs, organic peppermint, and organic Bamboo Leaf Tea.  It was originally inspired by my son who is a mint-aholic. 🙂 I love this tea mid-morning or mid-afternoon when I am feeling just a bit of a dip and am starting to...
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attempting that level of physical endurance, we are working our bodies hard and we need to give ourselves the nutritional support that we require.  So what are some things that you can do to build your endurance and strength?  Well silica is a great place to start.  Silica supplements have...
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Hydration.  Everyone is talking about it but few are doing it.  We all know that we need to drink more water but we don’t.  Hydration can help with weight loss, can flush toxins from the body, and can give you more energy.  So here are a few ideas to help...
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I love tea!  It is great hot or cold and is a fantastic way to get extra nutrients into my body.  So here are a few other ways that I like to use Bamboo Leaf Tea that you might like to try. Skin:  Bamboo has the highest concentration of silica of...
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A big question when I buy food these days is where did it come from?  Many times that is a question that is challenging to figure out.  So in this video I wanted to show you where the bamboo that I use comes from.  Here is a link to the...
Sunburn Relief - bamboo, lavender hydrosol blend
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Hydrosols I love hydrosols so much that I carry them with me everywhere and use them all day long. They feel and smell amazing and there is no upward limit of how much can be used and they are safe for all. I remember when I was in my 20's...
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