The tulip is one of the most common bulbous flowers in the world.
The most famous come from Holland and belong to the genus " Tulipa ". The origin of the flower as it is now known comes from Turkey of which it is also a national symbol. All the colors that are known and used to decorate flower beds and gardens are due to the botanist Carolus Clusius who gave rise to a multitude of shapes and colors.
The orange tulip is characterized by its orange and yellowish shades that give the lawns beautiful colors.
HISTORY AND SYMBOLS
In the Ottoman Empire, it was synonymous with wealth and power: the sultans organized sumptuous parties in their royal courts to celebrate the first flowering of tulips, exhibited with great pride along with exotic birds.
One of the first flowers to appear in spring, it announces the rebirth in nature but also brings the wish for a speedy recovery, orange in color transmits a strong charge of energy.
It is a symbol of enthusiasm, energy and full satisfaction.
A CHARGE OF ENERGY
To get the right charge of energy as tulips transmit, you can rely on natural remedies.
Spirulina algae is ideal for regaining vitality and facing spring and the beginning of the hot season.
It is rich in vitamins , minerals , proteins and trace elements such as iron . Indispensable in vegan diets, it is highly appreciated by sportsmen who use it as an antioxidant and stimulant of the immune system .
Just like the orange tulips, spirulina with its action also performs a rebirth function, giving all the essential nutrients for good mood and for both mental and physical energy.
Suitable for all people who feel particularly overloaded by study, work or family.