At Taka Turmeric Tea we are appalled at what we see as 100 years of Botanical depletion for the human race. This is due to the gradual ousting of herbal remedies, which have been replaced with pharmaceuticals.
And where has that left us? For starters, with increasing numbers of diseases. More than ever before seen in the history of mankind. And then there are all the side effects, resistant germs, and complications of these drugs. Don’t get me started (uh oh, too late!)
In the old days, diseases were far more rare. They even had a ‘The’ in front of them! ‘The Plague’, ‘The Pox’, et al, were all marked down as historical events. Nowadays there are too many to even count, and it seems most people are ill a lot of the time. We are often depleted of energy, with unfocused minds or poor memory. Young and old, we seem to be a sickly society as a whole, with low immune systems and deep-seated fears of contracting something scary ourselves.
Hands up if you have lost a family member or friend to a dreaded disease? All of you? Most?
It also takes HUGE efforts to get healthy and stay that way. In order to keep up with a stressful lifestyle, to combat an abundance of toxins, radiation and pollution from our food, water and even the air we breathe, it seems we have to supplement, detox, de stress – all kinds of de-ing just to be normal?
This cannot be right.
What does it mean to have a 'Botanical Deficiency'?
Now, more than ever, (and certainly more than 100 years ago!) we urgently need to start fortifying ourselves with the forces that Nature has provided since time began. Occasionally we may need vitamins and artificial chemicals… but the NORM should be to be consuming botanicals during the day to fortify our entire body, mind and emotions.
Nature has provided these in abundance; there really is a botanicals for cure every ailment, and also to prevent every ailment. Doesn’t it make sense to prevent any illness from ever happening in the first place?
Everything we need for thriving health in body, mind and emotions are to be found in the plant kingdom.