Journals

A job you love: the top occupations for happiness and job satisfaction.

In 2019, the average 15 year old in the UK and EU could expect work for around 36 years(1). And with medical advancements and financial pressures pushing our retirements further into elderhood, we can only expect this number to increase. Considering this gargantuan proportion of our lives that work consumes, there is no doubt that […]

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Can you train your nose to smell again?

Losing your sense of smell, known as anosmia, is a phenomenon that, whilst previously rarely discussed, has come under the spotlight since the arrival of the Covid-19 pandemic. Anosmia can refer to either the partial or full loss of a person’s sense of smell, and this can be permanent or temporary. There are many causes […]

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The Cornish Microclimate

The Cornish microclimate is a nursery for Mediterranean crops and all their benefits. As any sailor knows, you can smell the land long before you see it. This is particularly apparent in the Mediterranean Sea, where you are surrounded by the aromatic coasts of Spain, France, Italy, Greece and their islands. The baking heat forces […]

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How Your Digital Addiction Affects Your Sleep

It’s 11 pm and you’re scrolling again; you promised yourself it would be an early night, for sure, this time. But, here we are again with social media, Youtube, emails, texts glaring from your screen. We know we ought to sleep, and yet we don’t. Internet addiction is the silent pandemic that has gripped our […]

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The Top Countries for Sleep

Feeling knackered? Maybe you should emigrate. A list of the top countries for the best quality sleep. Our sleep is affected by a multitude of factors in our daily lives from screen usage before bed (see our blog on internet addiction), to our diets, caffeine intake, health conditions and even chaotic work schedules. However, are […]

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The Power of Plants

A fresh look at natural wellness Over the past year of lockdown measures in the UK, people have turned to plants more than ever to bring a little bit of the outside world into their own home spaces. Adopting houseplants brightened up not only our bedrooms but our routines, and three million people took up […]

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The Molecular Chemistry of Essential Oils

The Terpene Family Terpenes are a large group of hydrocarbons that are found in essential oils and are based on combinations of Isoprene units (C5H8). They consist of Monoterpenes, Sesquiterpenes and Diterpenes. There are other terpene groups but they are not found in essential oils. Monoterpenes Monoterpenes are the most basic of terpenes and are […]

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Our Values

Here at Trelonk, we believe that our values of good science¸ authentic, environment, high integrity, Cornish, innovation and Trelonk wellbeing, are a part of who we are, what we stand for and how we act. Together these values create a unique company culture which we stand proud next to.   Everything we grow and create, is backed by […]

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