The Asian umbrella was the inspiration behind the design of the BRELLI. It was designed and engineered to be a beautiful, strong and quality umbrella! The BRELLI is not just another eco-umbrella, it maintains the highest level of integrity when it comes to protecting you and the planet.
It is not only the perfect clear rain umbrella, it is designed to be wind resistant to 40MPH. The canopy is made from 100% biodegradable plastic and the frame is made from sustainable renewable bamboo. Every BRELLI comes with its own custom cotton carrying case for easy handling and storage.
I have a small one, which works, but some people might feel it needs to be a little larger. The small seems great for a child. It is easy to open and comes with a nifty carrying case.
+ Made using bamboo, organic cotton, and a biodegradable biofilm
+ Super strong design – tested to sustain 40 mph winds
+ Great for rain or sun with UV A / B protection
+ Handmade in Thailand
+ 100% biodegradable umbrella
I was sick last week and had a fever of 103°F. I didn’t realize my temperature was that high while I was at work and went to the grocery store. I bought organic fair trade tea, organic fresh fruit, and vegetables for soup. I use as many natural remedies as possible, but when you’re really sick and missing work you need to recovery quickly.
I feel like the natural remedies help for some things. For the fever I broke it by taking a 10 min luke-warm bath, which worked that night. Although, I’ve had a horrible cough ever since. The cough is the toughest to get rid of. I’ve tried every natural remedy and it’s still here. I had to resort to some modern medicine. It is helping drastically, and I hope to be back to normal soon.
The problem with modern medicine is the plastic packaging, and chemicals. I normally try to avoid plastic as much as possible, but when you’re sick, it’s almost impossible. When I went to the doctor, everything was disposable. I totally understand why, I just wish more plastic alternatives were being used. I am always hyper aware of plastic and disposable items in my surroundings. While being sick I felt pretty helpless to not be given choices for medicine packaging especially items at the hospital. It’s not under my control, I just feel guilty wasting things that will be around for many years to come.