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Welcome to Conure Life
Like a beautiful Conure (pronounced [Kon-yer]), often called a parrot or parakeet, we live colorful and energetic life – always curious, growing and balanced. We value what’s important – freedom, vitality, and purpose. I created Conure Water Enhancers as a simple, delicious and convenient way to hydrate with energizing super herbs like Ashwagandha, Turmeric, Ginger, and Holy Basil. This is my way to help you live your best life. While you are busy taking care of the others and the planet here is something to take care of you. I hope you enjoy these.
Founder and Friend
Ancient cultures have used herbs in different forms. These herbs are delicious, enhance food and drinks and support wellness. Most of these herbs are gorgeous to look at and their vibrant colored leaves and flowers and can beautify any garden- big or small.
Here are some of the herbs we use in our products.
In Sanskrit, Ashwagandha means “Smell of a Horse.” That doesn’t sound so appetizing. What it really means is that it increases your horsepower. Ashwagandha, a popular adaptogen, is commonly used in Ayurveda, Unani and traditional African cultures. It has been studied extensively for its properties to help you combat occasional stress and enhance vitality just like its beautiful red fruit.
Fuel Your Life Force
According to Ayurveda, Ginger is “Maha-Aushadhi” (loosely translated as great wellness herb) and restorer of “hot energy.” It is this energy that Ayurveda believes supports good digestion. Ayurveda aside, we humans love the taste of ginger. It is pickled, made into candies, added to tea, used to spice up vegetables and added to beer. Its zing and the heat alone can fuel the life force in us.
Wellness From Within
Turmeric is a “golden spice” in color and virtue. Turmeric’s bright orange flesh is earthy, peppery, and slightly bitter. In many cultures, Turmeric has been used in cooking for its color, aroma and beneficial properties for centuries. In Ayurveda, Turmeric herb is used quite extensively – it is used in face masks, as a digestive aid, with milk and cooked with food to support wellness from within.
Take a Moment
Holy Basil is called Tulsi in Sanskrit, which means “one which cannot be compared.” Many Indian households and temples have a Tulsi plant. Ayurveda recommends chewing basil leaves regularly to enjoy overall wellbeing. Some suggest it can make your skin more beautiful. Holy Basil stems, its tiny flowers, and its leaves all have a beautiful smell that comes from the presence of essential oils. This smell alone can help you relax and take a moment.
The Water Pledge
We pledge to:
- Be mindful of our water footprint.
- Bring awareness to water consumption through our products, customers, and communities.
- Donate 1% of our profits to bringing drinking water to more people.
We want to help you to fall in love with water. Drink more of it daily, know water’s cycle intimately, use it mindfully, reuse it endlessly, keep it clean, protect it willfully, and distribute it to all those in need.