Condo Gardening: Your Guide To Making One-pot Indoor Herb Garden

Gardening within the living spaces of your condo is both productive and rewarding. A garden inside your condo not only keeps you occupied for the day, it also add cheers to your life in the long run. A step by step procedure is integrated into the implementation of a one-pot indoor herb condo gardening in your home. Make sure you understand the guidelines covered in this procedure, to do gardening the right way, and nothing else.


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Pot and Tray Your Plants

Get your own sizable pot that has a deep hole. Double check if a single tiny hole exists at the drainage’s bottom. Place a plastic or ceramic tray holder under your potted plant where water from the pot can seep through.

The Many Benefits of Chinese Cupping

There is another type of traditional Chinese medicine remedy that brings about physical reliefs from common ailments. Cupping is a less well-known, yet indispensable Chinese TCM remedy that has restored good health conditions for people in many parts of the world.


Find out the reasons that make Chinese cupping a crucial health remedy service at a TCM clinic in Singapore and other parts of the world. Get a cupping therapy to feel and live better today.

Home Remedies: 8 Herbal Medicines for High blood Pressure

High blood pressure is one of the challenges that face aging populations all over the world. If you suffer from this health problem and is over 50, getting the appropriate medicinal remedies should be your primary goal. Moving forward, you may start to wonder which medicinal sources will relieve you your problematic health symptoms.

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It won’t be surprising to hear you’re considering herbal health supplements to provide support to your ailing health. Though, not popularly used within the mainstream fact oriented society, they are now starting to gain followers, slowly but surely.

Pizza: A Herbal Profile

Pizza is a favourite food around the world, but it’s seldom looked upon as a health food. However – if you can look past the fats and carbohydrates – pizza incorporates a variety of natural, even medicinal herbs.


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Let’s take a look at some of them below:

Oregano

Oregano features prominently in a lot of Mediterranean cuisine. It has an unmistakable fragrance, and it’s one of the key ingredients in any pizza sauce. It’s lightly sweet, a little bit spicy and has just a hint of bitterness behind it. This is an easy herb to grow at home, as it’s compatible with most European and North American climate zones. Here’s a home-growing guide for Oregano to get you started.

The Folklore Of The Superfood Acai Berry

Acai is a Brazilian berry commonly found in the rain forests of the Amazon and has been heralded for centuries as a healing, immune-stimulating, energy-boosting fruit. Acai (pronounced as a-sigh-ee) is a palm tree that grows in the North of Brazil. It is known by the native people as "içá-çai", which means “fruit that cries”. For hundreds of years, acai (açaí) has been a conventional food of the native people of the Amazon – and part of its folklore, finding its way into legend as well as onto the table. 

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Once upon a time, there was an Amazon Indian girl named Iaca, whose father was the tribal chief. The tribe had grown so numerous that there wasn’t food enough for everybody. In desperation, the Chief Itaki decreed that all newborn babies be killed to drastically limit the population. Shortly after the announcement, the chief’s own daughter discovered that she was pregnant. Her name was Iaca. Iaca was Chief Itaki’s only daughter, and a true princess of the Amazon. She was very beautiful with dark piercing eyes. The day came when Iaca finally bore her child. She wanted to spare her baby’s life but sadly, she couldn’t protect her from the cruel and harsh decree. The chief’s only granddaughter was sacrificed. Iaca was inconsolable and mourned her baby’s death inside her hut for days.