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Πρόγραμμα περιβαλλοντικής εκπαίδευσης 2013-2014

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ΓΕΛ ΙΑΣΜΟΥ 2013-2014 Περιβαλλοντική ομάδα «ΓΕΩΡΓΙΑ ΚΑΙ ΑΕΙΦΟΡΙΑ, Ο ΔΡΟΜΟΣ ΤΟΥ ΤΣΑΓΙΟΥ, Ο ΔΡΟΜΟΣ ΤΩΝ ΜΗΛΩΝ» Υπεύθυνες καθηγήτριες Χαντζή Ιωάννα, Σερέτη Βάγια

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Ο ΔΡΟΜΟΣ ΤΟΥ ΤΣΑΓΙΟΥ ΤΟ ΤΣΑΙ ΤΟΥ ΒΟΥΝΟΥ 2

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Greek mountain tea • The mountain tea’s home, is the Mediterranean Sea and it belongs to the family of the aromatic plants Lamiaceae.

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In Komotini, despite the crisis there is a factory named Vergina that is vivid and with high standards and sophisticated facilities and survived in a very competitive environment. It uses Greek mountain tea to produce healthy natural soft drinks that is called: tuvunu. tuvunu

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• Mountain tea grows in the mountain of Rhodopi and the farmers cultivate it with respect to the environment. The type of cultivation is the contract farming. The cultivators sign certification for 2 years organic mountain tea.

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Tuvunu • There is a totally control from the field to the client in order the products to be healthy without cafein, without preservatives, but rich in precious polyfainoles.

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In Greek "Sideritis" can be literally translated as "he who is or has the iron". The plant was known to ancient Greeks. In ancient times Sideritis was a generic reference for plants capable of healing wounds caused by iron weapons during battles. However others hold that the name stems from the shape of the sepal which resembles the tip of a spear. 7

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Where it is found Greek Mountain Tea is made using the dried leaves and flowers of Sideritis plants (ironwort). The tea is aptly named: the plant used to make it, is found on rocky slopes at elevations over 3,200 feet (1000 meters). These plants are hardy flowering perennials that have adapted to survive with little water and little soil. Only one type of this plant, Sideritis raeseri, is cultivated and only in Greece; otherwise, this and other types are gathered in the wild. 8

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Mountain Tea is enormously popular in Greece, and used most often in winter when levels of physical activity decrease and colds, aches, and pains increase. It is said to have a positive effect on almost anything that ails but, most notably, it is used for colds, respiratory problems, digestion, the immune system, mild anxiety, and as an anti-oxidant. It is also used as an antiinflammatory and to reduce fever. 9

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All the following have been connected with mountain tea: • • • • Antibacterial properties Cancer prevention Antioxidants Gastrointestinal disorders treatment • Osteoporosis prevention • Alzheimer disease prevention • Mild stress treatment 10

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Ready to Get Healthy? Let's Make Tea Greek Mountain Tea has such a distinct aroma that you could not mistake it with any other tea out there on the market. Ingredients: 1/2 ounce of the dried leaves and flowers, 1 quart of boiling water Instructions: Pour boiling water over the tea and let steep for no longer than 10 minutes. Strain and drink (with honey, sugar, or plain). Serving suggestions: Serve Mountain Tea at breakfast or before retiring at night, with Kalamata (black) olives, feta cheese, and crusty bread. 11

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• • The preparation of the soil in the field does not require special handling as it is planted in mountainous, sloping, rocky, lands. Before planting,the field is worked by hand to the extent it is practicable. Season - Planting density : Planting takes place through autumn ,after the first rains, or in early spring. The planting density is from 2000 to 2500 plants per acre (0,70 cm - 1 m between rows ). 12

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• Harvesting - Drying: It is harvested in full bloom from June to August depending on the elevation of the cultivation. Only the flowering stems are harvested. We dry them bunched, hung upside down in a cool shady place. 13

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ΕΡΩΤΗΜΑΤΟΛΟΓΙΟ ΓΙΑ ΕΝΗΛΙΚΕΣ ΚΑΙ ΜΑΘΗΤΕΣ ΣΧΕΤΙΚΑ ΜΕ ΤΗΝ ΚΑΤΑΝΑΛΩΣΗ ΤΣΙΑΓΙΟΥ Δεκέμβριος 2013

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ΕΡΩΤΗΜΑΤΟΛΟΓΙΟ ΓΙΑ ΕΝΗΛΙΚΕΣ ΚΑΙ ΜΑΘΗΤΕΣ ΣΧΕΤΙΚΑ ΜΕ ΤΗΝ ΚΑΤΑΝΑΛΩΣΗ ΤΣΙΑΓΙΟΥ Δεκέμβριος 2013

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