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Jardins d'épices Sri Lanka

 Jardins d'épices Sri Lanka

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Le Sri Lanka est connu dans le monde entier pour ses épices et ses herbes rares. Au New Ranweli Spice and Herbal Garden, vous aurez la chance de voir comment des épices comme le curcuma, les grains de poivre, les clous de girofle, la cardamome, la muscade, la vanille, la cannelle, le cacao, l'aloès Vera, etc. sont cultivés dans leur environnement naturel.

Il faut visiter un jardin d'épices au Sri Lanka pour avoir un aperçu de la longue histoire des épices de l'île. Les jardins d'épices de Benthota, Kandy, Matale, Mawanella et Colombo offrent des expériences fascinantes aux amateurs d'épices du monde entier. la plupart des touristes visitant ces jardins ramènent avec eux une expérience mémorable après avoir vu et senti les épices sri lankaises.

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What is Ayurveda?


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Traditional crusher used in Ayurveda

Ayurveda is defined as 'the science of life' according to many Ayurvedic physicians and scholars. But no one has ever been able to give a satisfactory interpretation of the word for the average reader. Nevertheless Ayurveda is known as a system of indigenous medicine unique to the Asia. Many consider it as some sort of an alternative way of treatment of various diseases and ailments. This system of medicine is more than 2000 years old. Ayurveda is the control of upaveda or "assistant information" in Vedic convention. The sources of Ayurveda are found in the Atharvaveda, which contains 114 psalms and spells portrayed as supernatural cures for illnesses. There are likewise different incredible records of the birthplace of Ayurveda, for example that it was derived from Dhanvantari (or Divodasa) from Brahma. Ayurvedic ways of treatments use spices,herbs and oils. 
In ancient times, a portion of the ideas of Ayurveda have been found following the seasons of Indus Valley Human progress and earlier. Ayurveda names three natural substances, or doshas (called Vata, Pitta and Kapha), and insists that the balance of the doshas results in well-being, while the imbalance results in  sickness. Ayurvedic physicians had created different restorative arrangements and surgical systems by the medieval period.

King Buddadasa who reigned from 341 – 370 AD in sri lanka was known as a great physician who practiced Ayurvedic medicine in sri lanka. There are a lot of legends woven around him. The way he treated and operated on both humans and animals. He is known as a king who even treated poisonous snakes using his Ayurvedic knowledge. nowadays there are many Ayurvedic hospitals in sri lanka. Both local and foreign patients come to these hospitals to get treatment. One noteworthy family in sri lanka that practices Ayurvedic medicine is Horavila family Better known as horiwila weda mahaththaya. He has taken ayurveda in sri lanka to a whole new level with his unique treatments using oils and massages.

Cutting edge ayurvedic drug is considered pseudoscientific. some analysts and critics think of it as a proto-science, an unscientific, or trans-science framework instead.
Despite all this criticism by different people , many are the miracles that Ayurveda has performed. Maybe there is no scientific basis to each and every treatment offered by Ayurveda but it has been able to treat some conditions which considered to be incurable by modern medicine. Perfect example can be the number of corona patients who recovered by taking some herbal remedies. still these recoveries are not backed by tests or science but at some point Ayurveda could deliver the goods.

Spice Tea at Ranweli Spice Garden

Spice Tea Ranweli Spice Garden

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Enjoy a cup of spice tea at new ranweli spice garden

'When you visit a rural Sri Lankan home and you are served a cup of tea you will find it to be intolerably sweet. I have at times experienced this and upon further inquiry have found that it is because the hosts believe that the guest is entitled to more of everything including the sugar. In homes where sugar is a luxury a guest will still have tea with sugar while the hosts go without'
Kumar Sangakkara the  former Sri Lankan cricketer and captain of the Sri Lankan national team said this while delivering a speech at Lords England.

The world renowened cricketer mantioned the above to describe how hospitable Sri Lankans are. And ours is a bunch that takes pride in their Tea and hospitality. Same way guests who visit New Ranweli Spice Garden also will be able to enjoy Sri Lankan hospitality in the form of a Good Cup Of Spice Tea. This tea is out of this world and one can always make this tea at home. That is only if they know the right ingredients.