Meet the women using coffee to answer all your beauty needs

… exfoliant. Many hours of research later and the trio (along with Rowley and fifth brain behind the project Alex Boffa) discovered that besides numerous DIY coffee scrub recipes online, no companies had spotted this apparent gap in the market. To continue reading this article, please click on the link below: Source: Meet the women using coffee to answer all your beauty needs …

Peace Corps service plants seed for Tiny House coffee business 

… selling one-pound bags at the Barton Creek Farmers Market, Lakeline Farmers Market and the Sustainable Food Center Farmers Market at the Triangle. You can also buy the coffee online at tinyhousecoffeeroasters.com.   Source: Peace Corps service plants seed for Tiny House coffee business | Relish Austin …

Wirral plastic surgeon harnesses the power of tea to develop cream to prevent scarring

… Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS), used green tea to create a cream he says switches off the body’s inflammatory response once a wound is healed – reducing itching and discomfort and limiting scar thickening. Mr McGeorge, who is based at Spire Murrayfield Hospital in Thingwall worked with scientist Dr Ardeshir Bayat over a number of years to develop the cream. The two medics have now formed their own company, Science of Skin Ltd, and are selling the cream online for £18.99. Mr McGeorge …

With Technology, India’s Tea Industry Stirs Itself Into The Modern Era

… year, climate change has affected tea production in Kenya and pushed up global tea prices and this might work to the advantage of India’s tea industry. online disruption is looming, through retailers such as Teabox, based in Siliguri in Darjeeling. Its formula for modernizing the dilapidated supply chain: Ship the output of small producers under its own online brand, cutting the time from tea garden to teacups around the globe from months to mere days. With the backing of investors such as …

Can Too Much Green Tea or Matcha Lead to Liver Damage?

… wasn’t a UTI, but that her symptoms were actually herb-induced hepatitis caused by the three cups of Chinese herbal green tea a day she’d ordered online and had been drinking over three months as part of a weight loss plan, the Daily Mail reports. Once she stopped drinking the stuff, her liver returned to normal. The damage was caused by herbal hepatotoxicity, something that happens when someone ingests an overload of herbs or supplements. Specifically, the issue here was …