The whole team here on the 18AFMC website design crew consider themselves to be fairly health conscious. Knowing about the necessities of eating a healthy diet, exercising and taking the right supplements is part of life for educated, young academics these days. We were all pleasantly surprised when we got to know the staff at The Herb Store and heard about all their wonderful herbal teas, organic herbs, bush foods and herbal medicines.
Since teaming up a few years ago we have planted a number of organic herbs plants, edible trees and vines outside of our office, and they’ve all really taken off. Having a maintenance gardener around to ensure they are properly watered and mulch is maintained around their bases has probably helped somewhat, but I like to think that the love and care given to them by the wonderful team here has been a party to their growth as well. We’re all fairly keen coffee and tea drinkers here, and sometimes it’s nice to just pop outside the office, grab some fresh organic herbs from our little herbal forest and brew out own special, home-grown tea.
We think everyone should have their own vegetable garden at home so it’s great that businesses like The Herb Store are helping people by providing easy access to not only herbs for making teas and adding to foods, but also for medicinal purposes. Take a look the their huge range of Plants, Teas, and Dried Herbs here and see if there’s anything you’re interested in trying. Get into healthy habits, and teach your children from an early age so that they can benefit from a healthy lifestyle over their entire lives.
So go on – get outdoors, do some gardening and have some tea! Not only will you feel healthier, you’ll also be less stressed and enjoying life more. Sometimes it’s good to take a break from our hectic lifestyles, and we’re all lucky to have The Herb Store here to make it easier for us. If you want to speak with someone from their team in person you can contact them through their website, or you can visit them at the local markets they hold stalls at in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne.