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March 01, 2020
Chai is known as the spice of life. It warms our souls, creates harmony and brings balance to our internal life force — our prana.
And if that’s not giving you the urge to slow down, put your feet up and wrap your hands around a hot mug of chai, here are 7 other reasons to enjoy a Wild Rooibos Chai today...
November 19, 2019
In ancient times, tea was not sipped for pleasure but for medicinal purposes and as an aid to meditation. In ancient China, Buddhist monks cultivated and harvested the plants, sharing tea in their travels and keeping the traditions of growing tea alive throughout Asia.
In other cultures, remedial teas were made from plants growing in local fields and forests, with recipes and folklore handed down from woman to woman over generations.
We would like to acknowledge and pay respect to the land and the traditional families of the Yugambeh region of South East Queensland, including the Kombumerri, Mununjali, Wangerriburra and others, and their Elders past present and emerging. We acknowledge and respect all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, paying our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging.We pay our respects to the indigenous peoples of this world, to their leaders past, present and emerging. We acknowledge that the earth we walk upon today was and always will be indigenous lands and in that honour. We will continue to support, protect and promote indigenous rights and freedoms.