Travel blogger Lauren travelled all the way from Ontario, Canada, to immerse herself in the mindfulness of Mahagedara, “a luxurious getaway in the Sri Lanka jungle”.
Ceylon tea from Sri Lanka lauded as ‘the high-antioxidant tea that combats disease’—and tastes delicious!
Ceylon tea, which comes from Sri Lanka, not only tastes good—delicious, in fact—but it also does you good. A lot of good!
A British civil servant suffering from eczema, an excruciating skin condition, is blessing the day she discovered a cure made in Sri Lanka. In desperation she turned to a gel made from a vine known as the ‘balloon plant’ (Cardiospermum halicacabum), which is used in Sri Lanka’s traditional ayurveda medical treatments.
“To truly know and understand the charm that is Sri Lanka is to experience it on every sensory level. Fall in love with this transformational paradise,” says US-based Organic Spa magazine writer Cathy Whitlock after staying at spa resorts Anantara Kalutara and Peace Haven Tangalle.
Arab traders risked life and limb for it. Colonial powers fought over it. It was the elixir of life for thousands of years. It tastes good, and it does you good. And as TheHeartySoul website highlights, Sri Lanka cinnamon has been used as food and in traditional medicine for centuries.
AsianMIRROR reports the Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority announcement that the 1990 Ambulance service would be introduced to some key tourist destinations later this year. 1990 is Sri Lanka’s very first fully fledged free pre-hospital care ambulance service with state of the art fully equipped vehicles.