highlighters-chestnut

October is time for chestnuts, here are some natural remedies with peels or chestnut leaves chestnut dried

The boiling water chestnut is a hair highlighters. If you have brown hair will need to boil the skins in water chestnuts or chestnuts same for twenty minutes; however if you have blond hair put to boil the water chestnut leaves (preferably dried) for 20 minutes.
To obtain copper hues to dark hair, and golden hair clear, let cool the infusion and wet hair still soft after shampooing.

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sep
thyme

Thyme

The thyme group of herbs is aromatic, versatile, and plentiful -- over fifty varieties are judged beneficial for culinary or garden uses.

When cooking with thyme be sure to add it early in the process so the oils and flavor have time to be released. This herb is great when used fresh, and goes well in many typical southern Italy pasta sauces which often feature peppers and eggplants. Thyme also is a great complement for many vegetables, including tomatoes and roasted potatoes. Many grilled and...

25
may
aspirin

Aspirin

Ingredients:

- 3 tablespoons of Linden flowers
- 3 tablespoons of elder flowers
- 3 tablespoons of violet flowers
- 3 tablespoons of mint leaves

Prepare a bowl with water and place it on the stove to heat. Equip yourself with pestle and start chopping and mixing of the Linden flowers, sambuco, violet along with mint leaves. Pour 2 tablespoons of the mixture into the boiling water into the bowl and let rest for 10 minutes. Strain the infused into a cup and softened with a teaspoon of honey before...

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aug
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16
jul
il-cedro-del-libano,-lavacchio

Il Cedro del Libano, Lavacchio

CURIOSITY:

The Cedar of Lebanon is a species of cedar. Belongs to the family of coniferous trees. Thousands of years ago, extensive forests of this tree covered mountain slopes around the Middle East. Today in its area of origin in the chain of Mount Lebanon survive only a few hundred specimens. It is the tree represented in the flag of Lebanon.

In the Old Testament it is said that with the Lebanon cedar wood were built the columns of Solomon's temple; always, the precious Cedar of...

02
sep
fennel

Fennel

The health benefits of fennel include relief from anemia, indigestion, flatulence, constipation, colic, diarrhea, respiratory disorders, menstrual disorders, and its benefits regarding eye care. Fennel, which has the scientific name Foeniculum Vulgare Miller, or its essence, is widely used around the world in mouth fresheners, toothpastes, desserts, antacids and in various culinary applications.

It originated in the Mediterranean and those cultures have long used it for culinary and medicinal...

11
may
edible-flowers:-sunflowers

Edible flowers: sunflowers

The finishing touch for a slap is traditionally a floral arrangement. But did you know that an amazing variety of flowers are not only ornamental but also have a great flavor?

Most of the flowers don't withstands high temperatures of cooking, so these or are incorporated at the last moment or used only as decoration.

The sunflower when mature, is covered with coarse hair and is inedible. The flower buds are very tender and edible. They can be steamed or even fries! Their flavor reminiscent of...

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