The one and only tea house in Sri Lanka based on 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse and Recycle) as a part of our conservation efforts, we converted abandoned old house into a unique tea house based on 3 R principles, instead of sand and lime we used recycled plastics and ground earth, all furniture either reused timber or recycle materials by reducing burden on mother nature. However, all our teas comes from legendary George Steuart Teas, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Steuart_Group Visit us and experience a unique cup of pure Ceylon tea. Serendib Tea Exports, 20, Samudra Mw, Panadura.
As patented owners of Anti Diabetic Tea in Sri Lanka We are very exited to launch Serendib Superfood Tea Capsules, our powerful new organic food supplement to address nutritional deficiency specially diabetes. The newly introduced Serendib Superfood Tea Capsules play a vital role in addressing diabetes by minimizing short comings of synthetic drugs.
Ideal food supplement for Diabetes Patients
This product is great for people who need a boost in their nutrition. As an example, carrots only have 25% of the vitamin A that you can get in the same amount of Moringa Oleifera. Moringa is well over 90 nutrients and 46 types of antioxidents. It also has four times as much calcium as you get from milk, three times the amount of potassium as you get from bananas. Traditionally these are the foods where you think you get the MOST bang for your buck, but instead, this supplement crushed the numbers in every category. Moringa is a true nutritional powerhouse that is packed with 25 bio-available vitamins and minerals, 47 active antioxidants, 36 anti-inflammatories, 30% vegetable protein and all eight (8) essential amino acids.
- Moringa is rich in fiber and it is said that it works as a mop in your intestines and cleanses any excess waste left over from a greasy diet.
- It contains powerful antibiotic and highly efficient in eliminating a bacterium known to cause gastritis, ulcers and gastric cancer.
- The seed of this tree is even found to purify the water, and it does even better than most of the conventional synthetic materials that are being used nowadays.
- The leaves of Moringa are abundant in vitamins, minerals, essential amino acids and much more ingredients. In 100 grams of dry moringa leaves there is:
– 9 times more protein than in yogurt
– 10 times more vitamin A than in carrots
– 15 times more potassium than in bananas
– 17 times more calcium than in milk
– 12 times more vitamin C than in oranges
– 25 times more iron than in spinach
- The chlorogenic acid present on the leaves is known to slow down the absorption process of sugar in the cells.
- Moringa have anti-tumor and anti-cancer effects, which is a result of the presence of a compound called niaziminin.
- Helps in the regulation of the thyroid function, especially when it comes to hyper-active thyroid.
Therefore, Moringa is a highly beneficial plant medicine that deserves a place in everyone’s home pharmacy.
In one serving of Moringa Oleifera leaves, you can find:
22% daily value of Vitamin C
41% daily value of Potassium
61% daily value of Magnesium
71% daily value of Iron
125% daily value of Calcium
272% daily value of Vitamin A
92 Nutrients, 46 Antioxidants, 36 Anti-Inflammatories, 18 Amino Acids, 9 Essential Amino Acids
Moringa Oleifera Tea is a complete health product that will not only provide you with the vitamins you need, but also improve your overall health as well.
Here are more Moringa Oleifera benefits:
- Boosts energy levels and increases vitality, focus, clarity, and stamina
- Improved digestion
- Packed with an abundance of all natural anti-aging nutrients and minerals
- Boosts the immune system
- Helps to maintain healthier blood sugar and blood pressure levels within a normal range
- Assists in reaching and maintaining an appropriate body weight
- Improves mobility and flexibility and aids with joint pain
- Recover faster train harder while increasing overall well-being
- Improved immune system function
Orders and product delivery Hotlines: ++94-757763389, 0778014093
Challenge diabetes by having Diabi tea and win an adventure holiday absolute free. This is golden opportunity for people who are suffering from diabetes, control your blood sugar effective manner by having correct amount of prescribed drugs plus, Serendib Diabi Tea and win Active holiday free of charge.
Serendib Diabi tea helps you to reduce prescribed drugs to a healthy level by protecting your internal organs and your personal health at large. Serendib Diabi tea is manufactured with natural Sri Lankan and Indian herbs.
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Pick up from hotel and transfer to Popham Arboretum Wilderness – Approximately 4 hours drive.
Take part in a wilderness trekking of 1 to 6 hours (7 PM to 11 PM and 6AM to 8 AM) covering the most important Arboratum to see most hidden creature of Sri Lanka the Ceylon Loris and other Birds, Butterflies, Dragonflies, Spiders and Mammals including Bats that can be seen within the premises and alone with endemic plants.
Popham Arbetatum and Dambulla, Sigiriya is a biodiversity hotspot in Sri Lanka. It is of international significance and has been designated as a part of World Heritage site of UNESCO.
We will provide:
- Picnic refreshments during the trek
- B/B accommodation at the Popham Arboretum or similar accommodation
- Following day morning trek bordering premival forest in Dakkinagiri Monastry (Kaludiya Pokuna) from 8.30 Pm to 12.00 PM to see different types of birds such as Layard’s Parakeet, Hanging Parakeet, Sri Lankan Mynah, Yellow fronted Barbet, White Face Starling and
- Transfer back to Hotel – Approximately 3 hours drive
US $ 60 per person children below 6 years are totally free. Children below 12 years are subject to 50% price reduction. Minimum 3 pax, or else you can help us with our conservation efforts for as little as $ 1 you can support SMMTEC and it only takes a minitue. Thank you
Serendib Vacation and Serendipity Tours
Hotline for reservation ++94-757763389
The Horton Plains are the headwaters of three major Sri Lankan rivers, the Mahaweli, Kelani, and Walawe. In Sinhala the plains are known as Maha Eliya Plains (මහ එළිය තැන්න). Stone tools dating back to Balangoda culture have been found here. The plains’ vegetation is grasslands interspersed with montane forest and includes many endemic woody plants. Large herds of Sri Lankan sambur deer feature as typical mammals and the park is also an Important Bird Area with many species not only endemic to Sri Lanka but restricted to the Horton Plains.
Sri Lankan Sambur Deer
|Location||Central province, Sri Lanka|
|Nearest city||Ohiya and Nuwara Eliya|
|Coordinates||6°48′N 80°48′ECoordinates: 6°48′N 80°48′E|
|Area||3,160 ha (12.2 sq mi)|
|Established||1969 (Nature reserve)
1988 (National park)
|Governing body||Department of Wildlife Conservation|
|World Heritage Site||2010 (within the site Central Highlands of Sri Lanka)|
Colombo, Western – March, 15 march 2018 – One-hundred years ago, more than 20,000 wild Asian elephants inhabited Sri Lanka. Today, the population limited only to 4,000 animals by now. For Sri Lankans living in the rural countryside, close encounters with elephants during their day-to-day activities are commonplace. Crop raiding by elephants and the harsh retaliatory measures subsequently taken by people whose livelihoods depend on their farm products feeds a vicious cycle of violence. Each year, between 50 and 80 humans and between 150 and 200 elephants are killed due to human elephant conflicts. Last year marked the highest number of human and elephant deaths due to the human-elephant conflict compared to statistics since 2012, as the annual report of the Wildlife Conservation Department 2016 indicated. We facilitate every academic who comes to Sri Lanka for elephant research. Please contact coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org Seemon Malalasekera Trust Fund for Environmental Conservation (SMMTEC)
According to the report tabled in Parliament last week, 279 elephant deaths had been reported in the island last year, while 88 people including 11 females and four children died due to elephant attacks. Compared to 2015, the number of elephant deaths had increased by 74 and the number of human deaths had increased by 25. Gunfire had been the cause of death of 52 elephants. A total of 47 elephants died due to ‘hakka patas’, 26 due to electrocution, six due to poisoning, 12 due to train accidents and 17 due to other accidents. The cause of death of 54 elephants is unknown while 35 elephants died due to natural causes. The highest number of elephant attacks on humans was reported in Polonnaruwa, Eastern and Anuradhapura wildlife regions. Seventy eight people were injured due to elephant attacks last year compared to 52 in 2015. In 2016, a total of 1,320 incidents of property damages had been reported due to elephant encroachment. Habitat is shrinking daily and humans are encroaching on the territory of elephants. At the same time, many poor farmers haven’t changed their daily lives for hundreds of years but their crops and villages are being threatened. As urbanization takes hold, the elephants have nowhere else to go and end up in fields searching for food. Between 1999 to the end of 2006 every year nearly 100 wild elephants were killed. Elephants are being killed by farmers to protect their crops and houses. (DWC, 1999 – 2006).
Cost of human-wildlife conflicts is of three types: direct, indirect and opportunity costs. (Thirgood, Woodroffe & Rabinowitz, 2005). Elephants in large groups can destroy large areas of crops in a single night. While elephants target staple food crops such as rice and maize, furthermore they were attacked to the cash crops such as sugarcane and coconuts. Santiapillai et al. , (2010) calculated that an average farmer in elephant affected areas of Sri Lanka losses over USD 200 annually for crop damage, while in Thailand, farmer cost of the conflict accounted for 25% of their annual income (Jarungrattanapong & Sajjand, 2011). The tragedy indirectly repercussions for health, nutrition, education and ultimately, development (Ekanayake et al ., 2011; Fernando et al ., 2011). The research carried out in India, Sri Lanka and Kenya shows alcohol was found to be a key factor in one third of the deaths; victims were drunk and returning home from the bar (Parker et al ., 2007) Others died protecting their crops, herding cattle and walking at night between neighbouring villages. The most expensive but effective way of controlling elephant raids using electric fencing but the cost of design and materials used for electric fencing is quite high and Fernando et al. (2008) estimates it as USD 3,500-5,000/km in Sri Lanka.Organise and mobilise farmers in conflict villages and raising deep awareness on elephant behaviour patterns.Erection of Dandu Weta (Log fence) along the areas where elephants cross. Villagers in some of the frequently raided areas have experienced that the invasion could be prevented with the Dandu Weta or the Wooden Fence. The fence is erected using large logs and does not fix strongly on the ground. When touched it moves as it is not steadily fixed. Usually elephants do not touch or move over fences those are swinging or unsteady (De silva and De Silva, 2007).
Habitat enrichment could be done by planting fodder trees in the elephants’ forest areas. For example, cultivating Beru (a water grass elephants love to eat) in tanks (reservoirs) and other trees (such as Velang) that form main part of the diet of elephants. There are about 100 species of plants that are eaten by elephants. The best and the long-run HEC mitigation approach is conservation policy planning precise for different geographical locations. This needs years of research, awareness and lobbying and more importantly, political willingness. So that we urge worldwide research community in the world who love elephants to come to Sri Lanka to research in order to save this gigantic and adorable creature.
Bank Deposit Send your donations to the Serendib Tea Exports Bank account Account No: 0050-33311235-001 Account Name: Serendib Tea Exports Bank: Seylan Bank Branch: Panadura *Make sure to enter your name, address, e-mail and contact no in the remarks of the deposit slip so we may contact you. Sponsor a Project Support an elephant research project, or a tree give-away event for saving elephants in Sri Lanka. We can tell you more about the opportunities available. Contact on +94-718077147 or email us at email@example.com for future details. International Wire Transfer Account No: 0050-33311235-001 Account Name: Serendib Tea Exports Bank: Seylan Bank Branch: Panadura Branch SWIFT CODE: SEYBLKLX
Serendib Golden Tea Brand Seeking Partners for CSR We decided to allocate some amount of our funds for the development of children of plantation sector. Serendib Tea we will also donate funds for “Arm Elephant Conservation” campaign. Help us to address the poverty while saving better future for these human and beats in Sri Lanka. The project, introduce by Serendib Herbal Tea Exports, is CSR campaign and our obligation for Wildlife specially Asian Elephant. Every contribution will be entitled to receive free Cartoon of Serendib Golden Herbal Tea.
We are proud to introduce environmental protection campaign in the country of our quality products targeting CSR and awareness of nature conservation research. We started our project with Save Elephant campaign adding elephant friendly foods as force for conservation. If you are interested on any material of any quality and design please contact us on +94-718077147 or +94-382251167.