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The Story of Duruga and how InnOrbit developed CALM&RELAX

January 30, 2012

Calm&Relax

The InnOrbit team stayed with Duruga and he had a lot to be anxious about.  The harvest had to be gathered in quickly before the rains came and he was already behind schedule because his wife was pregnant and though helping, could not work as hard as last year.

He’d work at night, but there was no moon and there was a danger of bears and other wild animals. He sat and chatted in the light of his kerosene lamp and boiled us a cup of his special tea. ‘I can’t afford to drink alcohol, but this is my tipple’ he laughed.

Within minutes of sipping this delicious brew we began to relax with him and felt its warm waves overcome our own anxieties as he related a tale of a bear that attacked his flimsy hut only last month in search of food.

InnOrbit studied the blend with Ayurvedic doctors and then developed a recipe which we feel is ideal for relieving the self-imposed stresses of our modern life.

Disminución de Estrés y Ansiedad, Relajante y Calmante

Nos alojamos en casa de Duruga, un hombre asolado por las preocupaciones: la cosecha de debía estar hecha antes de que llegasen las lluvias y su mujer –que estaba embarazada- no podía ayudarle tanto como quisiera.

Podría trabajar de noche también, pero los osos y otros animales merodeando por la zona y la falta de luna llena se lo impedían. Así que por las noches charlábamos a la luz de su lámpara de queroseno y con unas tazas de su té especial. Bromeando nos comentó que este té era su substituto  del alcohol, que no se podía permitir.

A los cinco minutos de beber el té, nos relajamos y empezamos a sentir que nuestras propias ansiedades se atenuaban, al tiempo que nos relataba cómo un oso en busca de alimento atacó su frágil choza el mes pasado.

Nos llevamos su receta de té, que creemos ideal para aliviar el estrés propio de la vida moderna…

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