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EASY COMPOSTING 🌱

Composting Made Easy + tea leaves you should definitely throw in your heap.  🌱 🌱 🌱 Composting is a mutually beneficial practice for the Earth and yourself, as your food scraps can add nitrogen, moisture and carbon to your planting soil that allow your plants to grow healthy and strong. Composting is one of the easiest ways to reduce your waste and pretty much everyone can do it! Whether you live in a house with a backyard or an apartment in the city, there is a method of composting for you! 3 Methods of Composting: If you don't have access to a yard, try vermicomposting! This method utilizes the power of worms (and their poop) and is low maintenance and inexpensive. You...

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TIPS FOR CONNECTING WITH NATURE 🌻 ✨

CONNECTING WITH NATURE + why embracing the season of change is so refreshing & energizing πŸ¦‹Β πŸŒ²Β πŸŒžΒ πŸŒ»Β βœ¨ Spring! A season of rebirth that reminds us how beautiful and delicate our world is. The days become longer as the earth warms and defrosts. Suddenly the quietness of winter is replaced by the chirps, tweets, and chattering of the birds returning. Little sprouts start to prepare themselves to shoot out of the soil, as thunderstorms start to roll through and quench the dry earth. This season gives us the perfect opportunity to reconnect with nature after a cold and icy winter. Simply being in nature is the oldest remedy in the book when it comes to healing, restoring, and embracing change, and that's...

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🐝 ALL ABOUT BEE POLLEN

B βˆ™ E βˆ™ E Β  Β  Β P βˆ™ O βˆ™ L βˆ™ L βˆ™ E βˆ™N 🟑 nature's edible golden nuggets 🟑  Bee pollen is made up of pollen, saliva, and nectar or honey, and contains many vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, and contains 40% protein, making it incredibly healthy! Studies have linked bee pollen and its compounds to health benefits such as decreased inflammation, as well as improved immunity, menopausal symptoms, and wound healing.Β  Did you know that bees collect pollen and store it in their built in "saddlebags" or "baskets" on the sides of their little bodies? Come on, how cute is that? READ MORE ON THE BENEFITS OFΒ BEE POLLEN ⬇ Combating Seasonal Allergies When a bee keeper...

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CELEBRATING 1 YEAR πŸ’«

Celebrating Our First Trip Around The Sun in Flagstaff, Arizona 🌲 🌞 🌲 Get the scoop on our story, customer favorites, and more about this tiny tea shop! WHERE THE PINES MEET THE DESERT Flagstaff is surrounded by mountains, desert, and ponderosa pines, making it a quirky, friendly, and adventurous place! The small city is one of Arizona's truest gems. A ski resort, national monuments, Native American pueblo sites ,and cliff dwellings are just a few things that give Flagstaff so much personality. The downtown area where our little tea shop is located attracts visitors from all over the world, and the locals as well! This weekend we are celebrating our first year anniversary of this location being open. We are so...

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HONEY FACTS πŸ’›

H O N E Y  🍯 a phytonutrient powerhouse 🍯 The Story of Honey The first depiction of humans using honey dates back to 2100 B.C. Many cultures from all over the world have used honey for thousands of years. Honey was believed to be so divine that ancient Egyptians and Romans would use it as a sweetener of course, but also as a gift to their gods and even as an ingredient in embalming fluid. Some of the world's oldest honey (3,000 years old) was found in clay honey pots in an Egyptian tomb, King Tut's tomb to be precise. The purpose of this was to keep him happy on his celestial journey to the afterlife. Did you know...

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