archive-eu.com » EU » H » HERBAID.EU

Total: 102

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • HerbAid - Úvod
    Začnite vaše podnikanie s bylinkami s našou pomocou Prejdite si našu website pre viac informácií index php option com content view featured Itemid 109 Projekt prečítajte si viac o našom projekte pokračovať Produkty zoznam ponúkaných produktov pokračovať Pestovatelia see project participants pokračovať O NÁS Združenie No Gravity sa venuje rozvojovým projektom najmä v oblasti environmentalistiky vzdelávania a športu od roku 2003 Počas existencie doteraz realizovalo bilaterálne a medzinárodné projekty kofinancované cez programy Stredná Európa Interreg IIIA Cezhraničná spolupráca Slovenská republika Rakúsko Cezhraničná spolupráca Slovenská republika Maďarsko a Nórske fondy V prípade akýchkoľvek dopytov Vám ich radi zodpovieme neváhajte nás kontaktovať PROJEKT HERBAID Primárna myšlienka projektu HerbAid je zapojenie nízkopríjmových skupín obyvateľstva na Slovensku do produkcie byliniek a bylinných produktov čaje nápoje džemy a pod a ich následná distribúcia cez sieť HerbFairTradeNet koncovým zákazníkom Produkčno distibučno spracovateľské centrum v obci Ľubietová ponúka prípravu a kultiváciu priesad byliniek ich spracovávanie chladenie sušenie mrazenie balenie a následnú distribúciu Združenie No Gravity ponúka príležitosť nízkopríjmovým skupinám obyvateľstva ľudia v sociálnej sieti ľudia vo vidieckych oblastiach znevýhodnená mládež spoločensky vylúčený ľudia aj bez prístupu k pôde a pod na rozvoj pestovania byliniek cez komunitné záhrady a tým aj prístup k príjmom Projekt HerbAid prináša na slovenský trh domáce bylinky a bylinkové produkty s potenciálom organickej produkcie Radi sa s Vami stretneme a prediskutujem možnosti spolupráce ak máte záujem o pestovanie resp odoberanie byliniek a produktov z našich komunitných záhrad Tím No Gravity Začiatok Predch 1 2 Nasl Koniec Strana 1 z 2 Vedeli ste Čo je sladšie ako cukor Stévia i keď je asi 300 krát sladšias než sacharóza nie je kalorická pokračovať Pamajoránová vňať a kvet lipy zlepšujú vykašliavanie Podobné účinky má aj vňať materinej dúšky ktorá pomáha pri suchom kašli Novinky Naša produkcia Leto 2014 pokračovať Naše produkty bylinné sirupy a ovocno bylinné

    Original URL path: http://www.herbaid.eu/index.php/sk/uvod/8-slovak/projekt?limitstart=0 (2016-04-30)
    Open archived version from archive


  • HerbAid - News - Lavender
    many Provence is synonymous with lavender both fine lavender used for perfumes cosmetics and aromatherapy and hybrid lavender called lavandin Lavandin is cheapest and used to scent soaps detergents and air fresheners And they fear European Union rules adopted last year and due to come in force by 2018 will threaten that According to regulators lavender oil s potential to produce allergies places it firmly within regulations on chemical toxins That means lavender products will have to bear labels involving bold black and red warning labels with messages such as CAN BE FATAL IF SWALLOWED OR INHALED Producers say the rules are too extreme they note that lavender oil allergies usually produce only rashes and too expensive for small farmers Lavender producers are now fighting to survive said Francis Vidal honorary president of APAL an organization of lavender essential oil producers In addition to the billboards the group has organized an online petition signed by over 15 000 people The consequence of this ruling in the very short term would be the ruin of our plantations and the disappearance of lavender from our Provencal countryside APAL wrote in a letter sent to President Francois Hollande and other politicians Advocates point out that lavender oil was used as an antiseptic until the beginning of the 20th century and even today is prized for its healing and calming properties Lavender has been used for thousands of years Vidal said We never heard of any serious problems Instead we know that lavender oil helped save tens of thousands human lives Even the European Commission acknowledges that any substance whose contents depend on the amount of sun it receives and the kind of soil it springs from is difficult to classify as a chemical product Natural substances whose composition is variable require more effort and expertise in order to be registered compared to classical industrial chemicals Other products subject to natural variations like wine for example aren t covered by the chemicals directive but are governed by the relevant food safety and sanitary rules the commission said in a document provided to the AP EU authorities met with lavender producers in April and are now working on ways to help producers to conform to the law Proposals are to be made this autumn according to the commission document But producers claim lavender oil should simply be reclassified under agricultural products French producers don t oppose mentioning a potential allergy risk on their product Vidal said but they are adamantly against the kinds of dire labels that can be found on chemicals used in industrial processes such as hydrochloric acid or cleaning products There is a risk being linked to a chemical and can lead to confusion for consumers said Emilie Zamora in charge of communication for the PPAM the union of producers of perfume aromatic and medicinal plants In addition producers would themselves be responsible for carrying out the chemical analysis Many are small farmers who couldn t afford the expensive procedure Vidal said

    Original URL path: http://www.herbaid.eu/index.php/en/15-english/uncategorised/48-news-lavender (2016-04-30)
    Open archived version from archive

  • HerbAid - News - Stevia
    extract as a healthy all natural alternative to sugar while others have health concerns about it on the basis of laboratory research which suggests the need for further study The stevia plant is a perennial shrub native to Paraguay and Brazil Native Americans in these regions realized that the leaves were sweet and used them to season teas and other foods The plant is also sometimes called sweetleaf or sugarleaf in a reference to the natural sweetness held in the leaves As Europeans began to explore the foods consumed by Native Americans they were introduced to stevia In the 1930s chemists in France isolated stevioside the compound in the leaves that is responsible for their sweetness This compound is sometimes sold isolated from the leaves in a highly refined form In other cases the sweetener is made by crushing or distilling the leaves of the plant to form a powder or a syrup with an intensely sweet flavor It has been shown that stevia is much sweeter than other sugars meaning that only a small amount needs to be used The body also processes stevia very slowly which greatly reduces the risk of a sugar high In addition it is essentially calorie free which is why it is popular with dieters Research also suggests that this sweetener may be safe for diabetics although diabetics should always consult their doctors about additions to their diet which may alter their blood sugar Although stevia sounds like a miracle herb scientific research may suggest otherwise Some scientists are concerned that it may be a mutagen meaning that it could cause cancer Stevia has also been linked to reproductive malfunction Some of these studies have been imperfectly performed but the need for more thorough analysis of the compound has certainly been demonstrated Proponents suggest

    Original URL path: http://www.herbaid.eu/index.php/en/15-english/uncategorised/49-news-stevia (2016-04-30)
    Open archived version from archive

  • HerbAid - Home
    option com content view article id 6 Itemid 111 Start your herb business with us Browse this site for more information index php option com content view featured Itemid 109 Project find out more about our project read more Products learn more about our products read more Growers see project participants read more Please place your order here Name of the herb product amount delivery place and time of delivery Our growers will be contacted and you will recieve confirmation of your order You have entered a wrong verification code Product Quantity Date of delivery Place of delivery Email Phone Enter the code You have entered a wrong verification code Did you know What is sweeter than sugar Stevia is a word both for a plant and for a sweetener extracted from the leaves of that plant read more Lavender farmers rebel against EU chemical rules The sweet smell of lavender is tinged with bitterness this year in the south of France as farmers who harvest the flower protest European regulations linking the plant to chemical toxins read more News Our crops summer 2014 read more Our products 2014 herb syrups and fruit herbal marmelades read more Products of our

    Original URL path: http://www.herbaid.eu/index.php/en/20-english/business?chronoform=Orderform1&event=submit (2016-04-30)
    Open archived version from archive

  • HerbAid - Home
    the Foster Houses Protected Housing communities Roma people Addicted communities Social Workshops Homeless communities etc All our partners receive the seeds and tools for herb growing and are continuously mentored by our Herb Experts Additionally we are providing the small plants from our new herbal farm in Lubietova Slovakia and there are open possibilities to use the Production and Logistic Center in Lubietova Slovakia for processing of the herb crops washing cuting drying packaging frozening etc HERBAID IS A JOINT PROJECT FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF FRESH CUT HERB PRODUCTION Growing fresh herbs in containers is a type of gardening that has numerous advantages It is easy compact and low maintenance which makes it ideal for novice gardeners It can also provide you with fresh herbs for your cooking and save you money over having to purchase those herbs at a grocery store Lastly herbs can fill your home with a pleasant aroma Learning how to grow a container herb garden in your home is one of the simpler ways to get started growing plants Points to consider when starting a fresh cut herb business before considering to rais herbs seasoners a cost benefit analysis should be done it is not economical to use controlled atmosphere space greenhouses to produce dried herbs grower development of marketing and research should be pursued continuously in order to identify changing environments and emerging opportunities a sales network of multiple buyers can reduce dependence on purchasers and increase the producers bargaining power due to the labor intensive character of production even small producers should be able to secure a consistent and relatively cheap labor supply Adapted from Market Opportunities and Strategic Directions for Speciality Herbs and Essential Oils 2002 How to Grow a Container Herb Garden Edited by Kristi Molly Maluniu http www wikihow com Grow a Container Herb Garden Step 1 Choose the herbs you want to grow Your choices will depend on several considerations The first is taste you ll want to grow herbs that you d actually want to eat in your cooking It is also helpful to choose herbs that pair well with vegetables you may already be growing in your garden homegrown tomatoes pair well with basil for instance Most herbs are fairly easy to grow but if you are particularly worried about keeping the plant healthy mint is one of the most hardy and aggressive of herbs Step 2 Plan the location where you will grow your herbs Most herbs originally hail from the Mediterranean and are therefore adapted for heavy sunlight If growing your herbs indoors you will need a south facing window or a north facing one if you are in the southern hemisphere that gets about 8 hours of direct sun a day A better location would be on a patio or window flower box Step 3 Decide if you want to grow your herbs from seeds or seedlings Seeds are much cheaper can be stored and give you access to a wider variety of species

    Original URL path: http://www.herbaid.eu/index.php/en/home/16-english/project (2016-04-30)
    Open archived version from archive

  • HerbAid - Home
    the Foster Houses Protected Housing communities Roma people Addicted communities Social Workshops Homeless communities etc All our partners receive the seeds and tools for herb growing and are continuously mentored by our Herb Experts Additionally we are providing the small plants from our new herbal farm in Lubietova Slovakia and there are open possibilities to use the Production and Logistic Center in Lubietova Slovakia for processing of the herb crops washing cuting drying packaging frozening etc HERBAID IS A JOINT PROJECT FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF FRESH CUT HERB PRODUCTION Growing fresh herbs in containers is a type of gardening that has numerous advantages It is easy compact and low maintenance which makes it ideal for novice gardeners It can also provide you with fresh herbs for your cooking and save you money over having to purchase those herbs at a grocery store Lastly herbs can fill your home with a pleasant aroma Learning how to grow a container herb garden in your home is one of the simpler ways to get started growing plants Points to consider when starting a fresh cut herb business before considering to rais herbs seasoners a cost benefit analysis should be done it is not economical to use controlled atmosphere space greenhouses to produce dried herbs grower development of marketing and research should be pursued continuously in order to identify changing environments and emerging opportunities a sales network of multiple buyers can reduce dependence on purchasers and increase the producers bargaining power due to the labor intensive character of production even small producers should be able to secure a consistent and relatively cheap labor supply Adapted from Market Opportunities and Strategic Directions for Speciality Herbs and Essential Oils 2002 How to Grow a Container Herb Garden Edited by Kristi Molly Maluniu http www wikihow com Grow a Container Herb Garden Step 1 Choose the herbs you want to grow Your choices will depend on several considerations The first is taste you ll want to grow herbs that you d actually want to eat in your cooking It is also helpful to choose herbs that pair well with vegetables you may already be growing in your garden homegrown tomatoes pair well with basil for instance Most herbs are fairly easy to grow but if you are particularly worried about keeping the plant healthy mint is one of the most hardy and aggressive of herbs Step 2 Plan the location where you will grow your herbs Most herbs originally hail from the Mediterranean and are therefore adapted for heavy sunlight If growing your herbs indoors you will need a south facing window or a north facing one if you are in the southern hemisphere that gets about 8 hours of direct sun a day A better location would be on a patio or window flower box Step 3 Decide if you want to grow your herbs from seeds or seedlings Seeds are much cheaper can be stored and give you access to a wider variety of species

    Original URL path: http://www.herbaid.eu/index.php/en/home/16-english/project?limitstart=0 (2016-04-30)
    Open archived version from archive



  •