What is Organic?


The basic principle of organic farming is to achieve optimum quantities and food of high nutritional quality without the use of artificial fertilizers or synthetic chemicals. It does not use genetically modified foods, growth promoters or hormones. Organic meat, poultry, eggs, and dairy products come from animals that are given no antibiotics or growth hormones. Organic farming emphasizes the need to maintain appropriate land management and aims to ecologically achieve the balance between animal life, the natural environment and food crops. Organic farmers do not use pesticides or herbicides. The produce that is produced through organic farming is thus at its most natural form.

Ethical Principles of Organic

A key factor is that organic farming is consistent with sound moral and ethical principles; it benefits the environment, the air and the soil, our children and farmers. It stores more carbon in the soil and there is less wildlife and environmental damage from fertilizer and pesticide run off. Organic farmers are rearing animals with care and attention to their welfare. They are allowed to roam free as animals should and are given the opportunity to grow and develop in the most natural and humane way possible.

Simply stated, organic produce and other ingredients are grown without the use of pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, genetically modified organisms, or ionizing radiation. Animals that produce meat, poultry, eggs, and dairy products do not take antibiotics or growth hormones.

Organic farming works within the natural confines of the farming eco-system to provide you with great tasting food!

In practice organic farming;

  • Avoids the use of chemical fertilisers and pesticides
  • Requires the highest standards of animal welfare
  • Does not permit the use of genetically modified organisms
  • Uses less fossil fuel energy per calorie of food produced
  • Protects our biodiversity by maintaining suitable habitats for plants, animals and wildlife
  • Encourages people to buy their food locally and in season

What is the Significance of BlueOrange

Blue is the color of all-inclusiveness. In Nature, anything that is vast and beyond your perception generally tends to be blue, whether it is the ocean or the sky. Anything which is larger than your perception tends to be blue because Blue is the basis of all-inclusiveness.

In terms of one’s evolution, there are various hues that one’s aura can take. If one makes Agna very important in sadhana, then orange will be the dominant color. That is the color of renunciation and kriya. When someone attains to their highest but chooses to be active in the world, his aura will always be electric blue.

Those who walk the spiritual path choose orange as their color, this is because Orange suggests so many things. When a person is moving towards Agna, it can be very visibly noticed that the color of Agna is orange. It is organically and naturally so.

Orange is also a symbolism. When the sun rises in the morning, it is orange. You wear this color to indicate that a new light has come into your life and a new rising has happened within oneself – a new udaya. A new sun is beginning to rise within you. In nature, when the fruit matures, it becomes orange. Orange is a symbol of maturity.

Therefore the colors in nature, the food that we eat as well as our spiritual well being are all an integral part of the CHAKRA .Where BLUEORANGE Organic foods are a step to ones natural well being.

What is AGNA CHAKRA :“The Agna chakra is the chakra of knowing or enlightenment, and is known as the third eye. There are 114 chakras in the body. Two of these do not ascribe to any color because they are not physical in nature. The rest of the 112 chakras ascribe to some color. Anything that is physical in the existence naturally reflects light. Once it reflects light, it will have color in your perception. People who are on the path where the whole process is about enlightenment and opening up that dimension of perception referred to as the third eye, will always seek ochre because they want to radiate that color. “ …………as said by a very wise saint.