Image from Pexels From the comments, some of you are enjoying this series. I’m doing a part 3 and ending this series here for the time being. The article I have been using is from Lifehack, which I will link at the end of this post. Doing these posts gave me a better understanding of … Continue reading A Health Plant For A Health Human Part 3
Image is from Pixabay Here is part 2 of Monday’s post, house plants with health benefits that you might not know about. I had terrible asthma as a kid, but my aunt took me to the fields every Sunday, and we would pick wildflowers. It's one of the most beautiful memories I remember of my … Continue reading A Health Plant for A Health Human Part 2
Image is from Pixabay Early this week, I was browsing some articles when I come across a piece about house plants that also have health benefits that we might not know about. However, just now, when I was about to blog about it, I couldn’t find it. Nevertheless, I found a post by Lifeheck that … Continue reading A Heathy Plant for Heathy Humans Part 1
There are many reasons why a person can’t or chooses not to take drugs in the form of medicine for things like colds and illnesses of that sort. My reason being that I need to get my liver to a safe level so that I can start hormone therapy. So, under the doctor’s advice, we … Continue reading Gingko
Mistletoe Mistletoe usually is seen in our houses around the Christmas period, hidden in a doorway for lovers to kiss under it. Do you know where this tradition began? It said that the Celtic Druids of the 1st century A.D. because it could overcome the frozen winters and still grow. The Druids viewed as a … Continue reading Blogmas Day 14: Five Christmas Flowers And Plants!