You may not be familier with the term Ceylon Tea. Possibly because you've never heard of Ceylon. The formal name of Sri Lanka until 1972. Tea production in Sri Lanka is impressive and is responsible for over 1.5 billion dollars of global tea sales. The excellent terrain and temperature of Sri Lanka make it an ideal location to grow this tea and it comes in three varieties. Black, Green and White. You can find Ceylon Tea all over the world but many people will simply mistake it for regula old black tea. Black Ceylon Tea is the most common form and has a mild flavor that is reminiscent of citrus fruits. Green Ceylon Tea has a more pungent nutty flavour than it's black counterpart and has the highest level of antioxidants since these tea leave are unfermented.
If you live in Europe or North America, you probably know this spice under the name cinnamon. But that's not right. It's a pretty common mistake because cassia has been sold under the name cinnamon since the begining of time. You can even find it under these different names. There's a good chance that you never seen it before. And that's because you don't find it easily in the supermarkets or in grocery stores. Most of the cinnamon that you're gonna find in your supermarket is gonna be cassia. Latin America actually is the biggest consumer of cinnamon. Mexico loves it so much that it's importing half of the world's production. Scientific name of Ceylon Cinnamon is Cinnamon Zeylanicum.
Nothing artificial. Just grow your plants and get the harvest. No fertilizer. No pest controlling. No chemicals. No traps. No watering. Don't kill any living creature. Just let them grow. Let them grow as they grow up in the forest. So that it's not agriculture right? Well, you plant what's necessary in your land. And the plants are growing up like it's growing up in the forest. This is an ancient methodology. Comes from the teachings done by the farther to son. Except the modern world wide used Gregorian Calendar, in Sri Lanka, there's an ancient Calendar. That too has 12 months specified in it. The ancient Calendar is counting by the Sun's location, moon's location and star constellations. Well, Sun and these constellations hardly moves right? Well, yes indeed. But the calculations done in the Sri Lankan ancient calendar has made the assumption that the earth is static.