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Serendib Golden Spicy Tea

Chai tea warm, aromatic flavor roadside tea vendors in Asia especially in India mixed well with cardamom. In India herbal can be found in ancient Ayurvedic tradition prepared with cinnamon and black pepper traditional healing herbal tea, and their roots. When raw materials around the world to add a feature, this wonderfully sweet and spicy version of our beloved drink Serendib Golden Spicy Tea – and every bit as soothing.

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චායි තේ උණුසුම්, ඇරොමැටික රස පාර අයිනේ තේ වෙළෙන්දෝ එනසාල්, කුරුඳු හා ගම්මිරිස් වැනි සම්ප්රදායික සුව කිරීමේ කුළුබඩු සමග කළු තේ මුසු කොට සූදානම් කර ඇති ඉන්දියාවේ ඉපැරණි ආයුර්වේද සම්ප්රදාය, ඔවුන්ගේ මූලයන්ය. මෙම අමුද්‍රව්‍ය ලංකාව පුරා එකතුකරගන්නා පහසුකම ඇති අපට, මේ ආදරණීය පානය අපගේ අනුවාදය සැම තේ බිඳුවක්ම පුදුම ලෙසත් මිහිරි සහනය සපයයි – ඔබගේ සුව සහනය සලසන සෙරෙන්ඩිබ් රන් තේම බොන්න. වෙළඳ පල තුල කව්රු අපව අනුකරණය කලද ඒ වීයාජ්‍ය නිෂ්පාදන කිසිවක් අපගේ සෙරෙන්ඩිබ් රන් තේවල අහලකටවත් තැබීමට නොහැකි බව අපි අවධාරණය කොට ප්‍රකාශ කරමු.මක් නිසාද යත් සාම්ප්‍රදායක ආයුර්වේද ක්‍රම වේදයත් නවීන තාක්ෂණයත් සංකලනයෙන් නිපදවන සෙරෙන්ඩිබ් රන් තේ වල නිෂ්පාදන ප්‍රමිතිය හා ගුණය කිසිදු අයුරකින් කිසිවෙකුටත් සොරාගත නොහැකි වන නිසාය.

Srendib Diabi Tea

It is the only legal natural herbal diabi tea, produced in Sri Lanka. Its exquisite taste, quality, and Pure Ceylon tea consists of a full health guarantee, use fresh Highland estate since the origin of black tea. Our research on the introduction of Serendib Diabi Tea (formally Serendib Antidiabetic tea) goes back to 2004. We are the world’s first produce and test product on black tea and 22 herbal spices first introduced in 2009, we are an organization founded in 1999 to provide patent on antidiabetic and claim Industrial Technology Institute of Sri Lanka certificate and the world’s Institutional recognition. Please only buy authenticated products to become healthy, wealthy and wise.

සෙරන්ඩිබ් දියවැඩියා හරනි තේ ශ්‍රී ලංකාවේ ජනනය වන එකම ස්වාභාවික ඹෟෂධීය තේ වේ. උත්කෘෂ්ට රසය, ගුණාත්මකභාවය, නැවුම් බව හා පිරිසිදු ලාංකික තේ පූර්ණ සෞඛ්ය තත්වයෙන් යුක්ත බව සහතික කිරීම මද්‍ය කදුකරයේ සිට තනි සම්භවය සහිත කළු තේ භාවිතා කරන අපි එහි ඖෂදීය අගය වඩාත්ම අගේ කොට සලකමු. සෙරන්ඩිබ් දියවැඩියා හරනි තේ පිළිබඳ අපේ පර්යේෂණ එය හඳුන්වා Srendib Diabi Tea (නිල වශයෙන් සෙරන්ඩිබ් දියවැඩියා හරනි තේ) 2004 දී ලෝකයේ පළමු වතාවට පරීක්ෂණ නිෂ්පාදනයක් ලෙස, අපි දියවැඩියා හරනි තේ හඳුන්වාදීම, ප්‍රථම සංවිධානය වන අපි 2009 දී අපගේ පේටන්ට් බලපත්ද ලබා 1999 දී ආරම්භ කරන පේටන්ට් අයිතිය හා කාර්මික තාක්ෂණික ආයතන බලපත්ද ලැබූ ශ්‍රී ලංකාවේ සහ ලෝකයේ තේ අපනයනකරුවන් අතරට. මෙම සත්යවත් නිෂ්පාදන මිලදී ඔබගේ ජීවිතය ධනවත්, බුද්ධිමත් හා සෞඛ්ය සම්පන්න කර ගන්න.


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VPP Parcels from Serendib Tea Exports

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Any customer  can now order following products as a Value Payable Post parcel (VPP) to collect it from your nearest post office anywhere in the country. Please SMS your name, address and product to 0718077147.This is to protect our valuable customers from bogus products circulating very rapidly. We have no agents or distributors in any part of the country. We export main stake and rest we issue to local market through our distribution channel.

Specialty

Packaging

Price

Serendib Diabi Tea

10, 20 or 40 Tea bags with  strings

Rs. 250 upwards

Serendib Diabi Tea

100g, or 200g Loose Tea Kraft pouch

Rs. 800 upwards

Serendib Slim Tea

10, 20 or 40 Tea bags with  strings

Rs. 250 upwards

Serendib Slim Tea

100g, or 200g Loose Tea Kraft pouch

Rs. 800 upwards

Serendib Ayuviagra Tea

(Serendib Natural Vagika)

100g, or 200g Loose Tea Kraft paper pouch

Rs. 1000 upwards

Serendib Masala Chai Tea

10, 20 or 40 Tea bags with  strings

Rs. 250 upwards

Serendib Masala Chai Tea

100g, or 200g Loose Tea Kraft pouch

Rs. 750 upwards

Serendib Healthy Green Lemon

100g, or 200g Loose Tea Kraft pouch

Rs. 750 upwards

Serendib Healthy Green Karapincha

100g, or 200g Loose Tea Kraft pouch

Rs. 750 upwards

Serendib Healthy Green Arjuna

 

100g, or 200g Loose Tea Kraft pouch

Rs. 750 upwards

Serendib Healthy Green Cinnamon

100g, or 200g Loose Tea Kraft pouch

Rs. 1000 upwards

Serendib Healthy Green Cardamom

100g, or 200g Loose Tea Kraft pouch

Rs. 1000 upwards

Serendib Spicy Tea

100g, or 200g Loose Tea Kraft pouch

Rs. 500 upwards

 

 

 

Serendib BOPF1

100g, or 200g Loose Tea Kraft pouch

Rs. 250 upwards

Serendib BP1

100g, or 200g Loose Tea Kraft pouch

Rs. 200 upwards

Serendib Premium Dust

100g, or 200g Loose Tea Kraft pouch

Rs. 200 upwards

Serendib Natural Cinnamon

100g, or 200g Loose Tea Kraft pouch

Rs. 250 upwards

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Serendib Slim Tea

The word Ayurveda derived from two words “Ayus” which means life and “Veda” means knowledge.  “Hitahitam sukham dukhamayustasya hitahitam, Manam ch tachch yatroktamayurveda sa uchyata”

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Herbal Tea and Orthodox Tea
Orthodox teas are the higher quality tea options in today’s market. They are full leaved and flavorful, with unique characteristics that will vary depending on who actually makes the tea (among other things). To top it off, the full leaves allow you to get more of the natural antioxidants in the tea to be most beneficial health-wise. Therefore it always wise to select best quality orthodox tea and tested herbals for your consumption.
Herbal Tea Health Benefits
Traditionally the word “tea” is used to describe this plant Camellia Sinensis and products made using parts of the tea plant. However, on some occasions the word “tea” is used to describe other products made from other plants. This has led to confusions and ambiguity as some people think that these products are made from Camellia Sinensis and therefore has similar health benefits as true tea. The chemical composition of the beverages made from other plant species is quite different to that of Camellia Sinensis. Therefore, the effects of these beverages on human health will also be different.
Antioxidant properties

Ingredient called catechins in tea which are synergistic with vitamins E and C, Protective against digestive and respiratory infections and can reduce the cancer-promoting actions of carcinogens and ultraviolet light. The antioxidants in green, black, and oolong teas can help block the oxidation of LDL (bad) cholesterol, increase HDL (good) cholesterol and improve artery function. The antioxidant and lipid lowering activities of both extracts from CTC leaf and dust tea was comparable and may be due to the presence of natural products like catechin and others.
Health risks of Unorthodox Tea
As herbal teas cannot be composed of any plant material, it should only include scientifically proven time tested herbals. Therefore, so many products in open market including some plants that are known to be toxic, the specific ingredients must be checked for health and safety individually. Most herbal teas sold as beverages untested for safety. But Ayurvedic herbal teas that contain small quantities of herbs that don’t cause damage in any means since they are time tested for over 4000 years and taken moderately.

According to Dr. Anil Meta et al., (1999) in this shloka (rhym), Ayurveda is the knowledge of life that gives indication for a wholesome life. The object of Ayurveda is to assist nature and not to disturb the natural process of living or healing. All the therapeutic measures used for cures support the natural process. Serendib Golden Slim Tea is unique blend of Ceylon black tea and Green Tea processed in an ancient Chinese method, with natural slimming agent Garcenia (proven by modern day scientific research). In addition very good quality Ceylon spices including world renowned   Ceylon Cinnamon is added to enhance the effectiveness of this unique blend. The high Quality, Freshness and Authenticity is the wholemark of Serendib Golden slim Tea. Taken twice daily (morning and evening after meal). Serendib slim Tea nourishes your insides with our value herbs and natural way to detox and rejuvenate your body.
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http://www.cosmopolitan.com.au/health-lifestyle/healthy-eating/2014/1/spit-out-your-skinny-tea/
http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/health-and-families/health-news/warning-over-herbal-slimming-aids-2335928.html
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During pregnancy
In addition to the issues mentioned above which are risks to all people, several medicinal herbs are considered abortifacients, and if consumed large quantities by a pregnant woman could cause miscarriage. These include common ingredients like nutmeg, mace, papaya, bitter melon, verbena, saffron, slippery elm, and possibly pomegranate. It also includes more obscure herbs, like mugwort, rue, pennyroyal, wild carrot, blue cohosh, tansy, and savin.

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Ceylon Tea is Ozone Friendly

Ceylon Tea is Ozone friendly

Ceylon Tea is Ozone friendly

Ceylon Tea is Ozone Friendly

At a special ceremony at Jana Kala Kendraya (Folk Art Centre) in Battaramulla, Colombo, Sri Lanka a global plaque  been presented to the Speaker of Parliament and Minister of Environment by Marco Gonzalez, Executive Secretary of UNEP’s Ozone Secretariat.

This is one of six events worldwide to mark the 25th anniversary of the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer — the world’s most widely subscribed international law.

Since it signed and ratified the Montreal Protocol in 1989, Sri Lanka has been active on several fronts to phase out various industrial and agricultural chemicals that damage the ozone layer – a natural occurring atmospheric phenomenon that protects all life from the Sun’s ultraviolet rays.

Among the many accomplishments is introducing the world’s first ozone friendly tea. The May 2011 launch of ‘Ozone Friendly Pure Ceylon Tea’ logo highlighted a remarkable success story of a developing country complying with a global environmental treaty while also enhancing a major export industry.

Courtesy of  Nalaka Gunawardene.

We have initiated Corporate Social Responsibility project to expand Ayurvedic Herbal Reforestation in Sri Lanka. Any product you buy from us contributes to this great cause. Please help us to save herbal plant species as  we intend to sponsor one million plants in next 5 years, of Aralu, Bulu, Nelli, Madan, Kubuk, sandlewood, margosa, belli (Aegle marmelos) , ranawara (Cassia auriculata) and many other varieties.

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Organizations and governments throughout the world are rising to meet this challenge.Through the Global Convention on Biological Diversity, the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species, and non-governmental organizations such as those working to develop an International Standard for Sustainable Wild Collection of Medicinal and
Aromatic Plants (ISSC-MAP), scientists and policymakers are proposing new procedures and policies to safeguard our remaining medicinal treasures in the wild so that they can protect this and future generations. http://www.biologicaldiversity.org/publications/papers/Medicinal_Plants_042008_lores.pdf

serendib Golden diabi tea

The taste and uplift the effect by right combination of 22 Ayurvedic herbals like Ceylon Cinnamon, Terminalia chebula, Emblica Officinalis, Terminalia Bellirica, Syzygium cumini,  Cardamom, and Sandalwood with pure Ceylon black tea. Now the taste is almost like a natural cup of tea and effectiveness has increased due to natural ingredients and it is directly absorbed into blood stimulating insuline production naturally.

Ingredient called catechins which are synergestic with vitamins E and C, Protective against digestive and respiratory infections and can reduce the cancer-promoting actions of carcinogens and ultraviolet light.

Tea is processed from the tender shoots, typically the bud and the first two leaves of the tea plant – Camellia Sinensis (the botanical name of the plant of tea).

Medicinal Value of Serendib Herbal Black Tea

This herbal black tea will prevent thirst (polydipsia), frequent urination (polyuria), dehydration, joint pain when walking (claudication), fatigue, dizziness and itching (pruritus). No side effects of any nature as all ingredients are natural. Result is guaranteed.

Ceylon Black Tea with Ayurvedic Herbals

serenThe taste and uplift the effect by right combination of 22 Ayurvedic herbals like Ceylon Cinnamon, Terminalia chebula, Emblica Officinalis, Terminalia Bellirica, Syzygium cumini,  Cardamom, and Sandalwood with pure Ceylon black tea. Now the taste is almost like a natural cup of tea and effectiveness has increased due to natural ingredients and it is directly absorbed into blood stimulating insulin production naturally.

Ingredient called catechins which are synergistic with vitamins E and C, Protective against digestive and respiratory infections and can reduce the cancer-promoting actions of carcinogens and ultraviolet light.

Tea is processed from the tender shoots, typically the bud and the first two leaves of the tea plant – Camellia Sinensis (the botanical name of the plant of tea).

Traditionally the word “tea” is used to describe this plant Camellia Sinensis and products made using parts of the tea plant. However, on some occasions the word “tea” is used to describe other products made from other plants. This has led to confusions and ambiguity as some people think that these products are made from Camellia Sinensis and therefore has similar health benefits as true tea. The chemical composition of the beverages made from other plant species is quite different to that of Camellia Sinensis. Therefore, the effects of these beverages on human health will also be different.

Tea, without milk and sugar, does not contain significant amounts of nutrients. The calorific value of tea is almost zero, making it an ideal drink for the modern day calorie conscious consumer.

Tea brew contains a small level of vitamins such as thiamin (B1), riboflavin (B2), niacin, biotin and inositol. Vitamin E is also present in tea. Although rich in potassium, the sodium content in tea is very low. This makes tea an ideal beverage for hypertensive individuals.

Tea also contains calcium, zinc & manganese. However, when milk is added it can provide a number of vitamins and minerals.

In addition to the nutrients, tea provides about 70% of our daily fluoride intake. Fluoride is needed to support bone mineralization and protect teeth against dental caries.

Caffeine and polyphenols, the major non-nutrient components in tea has pharmacological effects. Polyphenols are found in most plants, hence also in food derived from plant sources.

New Research has confirmed that Black Tea not only help to reduce blood sugar but also high blood pressure.

Pure Ceylon Tea with Spicy Herbs

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Serendib Spicy Tea (related patent number 14768) mixed with Sri Lankas (pearl of Indian Ocean) most prominent spices Ceylon Cardamom and Ceylon Cinnamon with pure Ceylon Tea.

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Pure Ceylon Tea with Cinnamon  is a smooth, fragrant straightline black tea blend made of Sri Lanka’s homegrown cinnamon with a combination of spicy cardamom from midland unique taste of exquisite pure Ceylon Tea. When you taste this tea, you are also nurturing Sri Lanka’s local Cardamom and cinnamon industry.

The true cinnamon, also called Ceylon cinnamon, is the dried bark of Cinnamon species belonging to the Cinnamomum zeylanicum evergreen family. It is indigenous to Sri Lanka’s central hills and due to this commodity Ceylon had become colony for Portuguise, Dutch and English for over 500 years and now commands about 60% of the world’s export of cinnamon quills and chips per year.

In Rome, cinnamon is used to flavor wine. Using cinnamon as cooking spice became common for Sri Lankans for last 2500 years, when Europe started using it also gained a reputation as a digestive, an aphrodisiac, and a cold remedy. Nowadays, cinnamon and cardamom are mainly used to flavor curry dishes, desserts, and is ideal when blended with pure Ceylon tea.

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Quality, Freshness and Authenticity the wholemark of Serendib Golden Tea.

Serendib Gold (formally Serendib Spicy) a Tea mixed with Sri Lankas (pearl of Indian Ocean) most prominent spices Ceylon Cardamom and Ceylon Cinnamon with pure Ceylon Tea. Pure Ceylon Tea with Cinnamon is a smooth, fragrant straightline black tea blend made of Sri Lanka’s homegrown cinnamon with a combination of spicy cardamom from midland unique taste of exquisite pure Ceylon Tea. When you taste this tea, you are also nurturing Sri Lanka’s local Cardamom and cinnamon industry.

Since chai tea has so many natural ingredients, there are other added health benefits besides those from the black tea base that is rich in powerful antioxidents. Ginger is believed to aid in repairing the digestive and respiratory systems as well as strengthening the immune system.

Cloves aid the body in generating heat and can be valuable during the cold and flu season. Cinnamon acts as a catalyst for all the other ingredients.Cardamom is thought to stimulate the mind and improve memory and clarity.

Chai tea is a healthy substitute for coffee. It has less caffeine and is not as acidic as coffee. In fact, habitual coffee consumption is believed to hinder digestion, agitate ulcers and cause sleep problems. The ingredients in chai, especially ginger, have the opposite effect on the human body.

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