Be wild for a day! Show your support to prevent the decline of incredible wildlife. Check put WWF website here. WWF’s ultimate goal is to create a future in which people and nature thrive. We know this will take time, money and hard work to achieve. But we’re confident we’ll get there with the help … Continue reading 5th June – show your wild side – help nature thrive WWF
The term opal is adapted from the Latin opalus, but is believed to originate from the Sanskrit upala, meaning “precious stone.” It was also called opallios in Greek, meaning “to see a change in color,” pederos meaning “the child of love,” and paederos “the delicate complexion of a lovely youth.” Healing: It was believed that … Continue reading Opal – “the child of love”
If you are interested in keeping healthy and fit, you probably heard of probiotics. Probiotics are live microorganisms that are mostly found in our guts but also in entire human body with different benefits. Foods high in probiotics are yogurt, kefir, sauerkraut,miso soup, microalgae, naturally fermented pickles and other fermented foods humans have been consuming … Continue reading Probiotics and Prebiotics for your health
Natural medicine. It is inseparable to our existence. Humanity has managed to use natural medicine and grow in numbers and strength for thousands of years. It was the ancient Greek physician Hippocrates who defined the laws of natural medicine which state: nature alone can heal, provided it has been given opportunity to do so, food … Continue reading Let’s not forget the basics of natural medicine
Albahaca is a herb commonly known as Basil. It is a member of the Ocimum family. Its botanical name is Ocimum basilicum. The name epithet basilicum means 'royal or king-like'. It is grown in many parts of the world, as herb in Amazonian regions and India. Commonly used as food spice – its healing abilities … Continue reading Albahaca – ‘royal’ herb with surprising benefits found in every kitchen
The spring comes after long dark nights of winter. The Sun is uncovered and clouds have disappeared to give the seeds a chance to sprout. Our minds are presented with equal opportunity. The winter offered a long evenings of self-reflection, sometimes miserable and yet deep and necessary. The Sun now feeds us with vitamin D … Continue reading Spring rebirth
Those of you who have pets (and treat them right), probably know by now that animals react to environment in a very similar way than we do. They smile (in their own way) when they’re happy. They hide when they’re in fear. They defend themselves, or their packs, when they feel they’re being attacked. They … Continue reading Awake an animal within.