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We Provide 100% Organic and Chemical-Free Teas, Coffees, Cocoa, and Chocolate from Thailand.
No Chemicals Are Used: Because of the toxic nature of the pesticides, fungicides, and herbicides, which are used to grow tea, coffee, and cocoa nowadays, and because farmers often use too much of them, we provide only products, which are grown 100% organically or naturally without the use of chemicals.
The teas, coffees, and cocoa are grown on plantations in Thailand, mostly in the very North of Thailand, where the farming methods are not only chemical-free, but which also protect, preserve, and restore the natural balance of watershed forests.
In the cases where a tea or coffee plantation does not have an international organic certification, the teas or coffees are grown in a traditional chemical-free way used traditionally by the hill tribe community.
When you buy our products, you are not only helping farmers and communities to care for the biodiversity of hills and forests, but you are also helping to ensure a sustainable way of life for their families and communities.
Health Benefits: The description of each kind of tea, coffee, or cocoa product outlines the main health benefits to be gained. The Benefits webpage also provides relevant information.
Dangers of Chemicals: The vast majority of tea, coffee, and cocoa products are grown with chemicals, which are much more harmful to one’s health than people generally realise. The dangers are outlined on the website, especially in the Blog webpage articles and videos. By consuming 100% organic and chemical-free tea, coffee, cocoa, and chocolate you can avoid the diseases and cancers, which the chemicals used are known to cause.
1. Refreshing, Organically Grown Teas
These include uplifting and refreshing Thai Green Teas, Oolong Teas, Red Teas, Mulberry Teas, and aromatic Herbal Teas mixed with Thai herbs, flowers, or fruit, and blended according to ancient herbal formulas and techniques. Most of the tea plantations can be found in the hills of Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai provinces in North Thailand.
2. Invigorating Organic Coffees
We offer a selection of high quality organic coffees, which have a rich flavour and aroma. They are grown using sustainable and regenerative farming techniques on the hills of North Thailand. The coffee tree cherries are grown organically and are allowed to ripen slowly in the shade of large native trees. This approach produces coffee with outstanding quality, and it is key to protecting the natural biodiversity of native forests.
3. Delicious Organic Cocoa and Chocolate
The 100% organic cocoa products come from the Thai Cocoa Variety I.M.1, which produces high quality cocoa beans. We provide 100% organic cocoa beans, cocoa and cacao nibs, cocoa and cacao powder, cocoa and cacao butter, cocoa and cacao mass, pure cocoa butter soap, and chocolate. A fragrant scent, a strong chocolate flavour, and a delicious taste are unique characteristics of the cocoa variety I.M.1.
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Why Choose Organic Tea, Coffee, Cocoa, and Chocolate?
When growing tea, coffee, and cocoa, conventional chemical farmers use toxic chemicals. The producers of our teas, coffees, and cocoa do not use any chemicals.
Impacts of Pesticides on Our Health
Pesticides are poisons and, unfortunately, they harm more than just the “pests” at which they are targeted. They are toxic, and exposure to pesticides can cause a number of health effects. They are linked to a range of serious illnesses and diseases from respiratory problems to cancer.
Pesticides can be acutely toxic. This means that they can cause harmful or lethal effects after a single episode of ingestion, inhalation or skin contact. The symptoms are evident shortly after exposure or can arise within 48 hours. For example:
- respiratory tract irritation, sore throat and/or cough
- allergic sensitisation
- eye and skin irritation
- nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea
- headache, loss of consciousness
- extreme weakness, seizures and/or death
Chronic (or Long-Term) Toxicity
Pesticides can cause harmful effects over an extended period, usually following repeated or continuous exposure at low levels. Low doses don’t always cause immediate effects, but over time, they can cause very serious illnesses.
Long term pesticide exposure has been linked to the development of Parkinson’s disease; asthma; depression and anxiety; attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder (ADHD); and cancer, including leukaemia and non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
The term endocrine disruptor refers to substances that interfere with hormones and hormone balance. Hormones are the chemical messengers of the body. They are necessary to regulate different functions, in particular growth and reproductive functions.
The endocrine effects can be activated by very low concentrations of chemicals. They can manifest themselves as:
- reduced semen quality with consequent decreased fertility, genital malformations, testicular and prostate cancer
- early puberty, appearance of cysts in the ovaries, uterus anomalies, breast cancer, pregnancy complications with early abortions, decreased fertility
- diabetes and obesity
- neurological disorders, especially disorders in brain development, and degenerative diseases in the brain, such as Parkinson’s disease
- hyper- and hypothyroidism and thyroid tumours.
A substance is considered carcinogenic when there is evidence that it can cause cancer. There are many different types of cancer, but all of them can be characterised by the development of abnormal cells that begin to divide without control and spread into surrounding tissues. Single exposure events rarely cause cancer but repeated contact (whether through ingestion or the eyes, skin or lungs) with the carcinogenic substance, even at very low doses, can lead to cancer.
One of the most worrying issues related to pesticide exposure is the fact that the effects of individual chemicals can be enhanced or altered when combined with one or more other such substances. It is often referred to as the ‘cocktail effect’. Every day we are exposed to a cocktail of chemicals and the fact is that nobody knows what impact this consistent low-level exposure to such a mixture of chemicals is having on us. Not only are the effects not understood, there is no attempt within current pesticide regulation to address the issue since our system only assesses the safety of individual chemicals. We are, in effect, being experimented on.
Most Popular Organic Products
The articles and videos in this section provide enlightening information about the toxic pesticides used to grow tea, coffee, and cocoa, and which are causing serious illness and cancers in many people around the world. There are also blogs, which explain and show how tea, coffee, and cocoa are grown organically without any need for harmful chemicals.
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