Sri Lanka Travel News / 2020-05-28

As the world scrambles to find a cure for Covid- 19, health specialists have recommended boosting the body’s immune system may help minimize the effects and hasten the recuperation from the disease.

It is said that Ayurvedic herbs, for example, tulsi, cinnamon, dark pepper, Shunthi, which is also known as dried ginger, raisins and customary yoga are intense guides to expand the body's immunity against harmful viruses. “Ayurveda” is not only a form of medication – it is a way of life known to generations of Sri Lankans for over 3000 years.

Immerse yourself in the customary and antiquated Ayurveda treatment in Sri Lanka that will rejuvenate your psyche, body, and soul. It is of various types and some of its benefits in addition are prevention of aging process, correction, improvement of eyesight, nourishment of tissues, prolonged lifespan, and much more.

For those of you who are looking to vacation in the months to come after this COVID-19 pandemic is over, Sri Lanka, the South Asian island nation off the southeastern tip of India, lapped by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean is the ideal destination for you as it is a year-round destination. Also, as many studies have shown, that high temperature and high humidity decrease the transmission of COVID19. Transmission of COVID19 was exceptionally efficient at 5°C yet was blocked or inefficient at 30°C. Sri Lanka was one of the countries with high humidity which decreased the transmission of the virus, limiting the number of cases and giving you all the more reasons to travel to the beautiful island.  

Black tea being the most consumed beverages in the world aside form water is considered to be a wellness drink by many consumers offering a variety of health benefits which contains antioxidants and compounds that can help reduce inflammation in the body.

Research reveals that the ‘Refreshing Ceylon Tea’, considered to be Sri Lanka’s gift to the world and the country’s favourite drink that gives immunity a lift by re-balancing bacteria that live in our gut. Recent studies have found that tea drinkers have higher levels of ‘Friendly bacteria’ that protects against health problems and other microbes linked to increased risk of obesity, diabetes and inflammation. Why not drink hot black tea every 2hrs rather than drinking hot water as advised by some medical practitioners when tea has been identified as a boost to the immune system which would help fight the disease.

The Ceylon tea plantations in the country are renowned for its finest tea in the world and considered as the fourth-largest producer of tea and the second-largest exporter in the world. A visit to one of the tea plantations in the country is a must, when you visit Sri Lanka.

Sri Lanka is truly an ideal destination to visit and should be one of your bucket list travel destinations visit once this pandemic is over.

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