Lowest Delivered Prices on Compost Tea & other Organic Fertilizers for Your Garden

Alright! This is John Kohler with growingyourgreens.com, today I have another exciting episode for you, and this is the one that you guys have been waiting for. I know many times I get comments “John, where do I get that rock dust, I went down and asked at my local Continue Reading

Protecting Teeth From Hibiscus Tea

[REVIEW] PUCK PUCK Cold Drip Coffee

Hello, coffee lovers ! Welcome back to Otten’s Youtube Channel ! There is something special in this edition. I will brew coffee with ice. Mostly nowadays, the weather is hot. That’s why we need some iced for more freshness. Something unique with this brewing equipment. I will brew cold drip. Continue Reading


Welcome to puja rasoi. Water, Green tea leaves, Honey, Lemon juice. Boil a cup of water just for 2 mins . Add 1 tea spn green tea leaves Add warm water Cover it for 1 min . Strain it . Add 1 tea spn honey. Add 2 tea spn lemon Continue Reading

How to Brew Compost Tea in a 5 Gallon Bucket to Enrich Your Garden

This is John Kohler with growingyourgreens.com. I have another exciting episode for you today. Today is a real important episode. I get a lot of questions like, ‘hey John how do you fertilize…?’ or, ‘what do you use for fertilizer?’ Compost tea should be the number 1 thing you add Continue Reading

How to brew Japanese green tea – Sencha & Tamaryokucha

Hi everyone, Tomoe from SONO Organic. Will show how to enjoy Japanese tea – Sencha & Tamaryokucha. 1. Hot water boiling least 5 minutes. Pour into kyusu (Japanese teapot) to make the water temperature 10 C (50F) lower. After kyusu gets warm pour that water into the teacup, you can Continue Reading

DIY Watercolor Coffee Mugs!!

Really fun project planned out today!! Kinda went overboard getting some supplies. I now have 5 little things of nail polish. After this project, don’t really know what to do with this nail polish. Maybe some nail polish craft. Is that a thing? I guess we’ll find out! Yeah! Hey Continue Reading

Doodh Cha | Bengali “Masala Chai” (Spiced Milk Tea)

Doodh Cha | milky tea water and milk, 300g each ginger 8g clove 1 pc cardamom 1 pc sugar 25g orange pekoe tea 8g Orange pekoe tea is preferred for this sweet, milky concoction. Save your precious Darjeelings for more delicate liquors. crush cardamom and clove wash, peel, and slice Continue Reading

Benefits of Green Tea for Boosting Antiviral Immune Function