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Mythological Magic and Folk Fantasies!
I love mythology! So many of our modern-day stories come from folk tales and ancient myths, it always fascinates me to learn about the original stories! Mythology can be based on fact and played a fundamental role in ancient civilisations. They often tell tales of mighty gods. Although 'fairy tales' and 'folklore' are slightly different, they also play an important part in literary history and encompass teachings through oral traditions. Take the Brothers Grimm for example, there are so many contemporary writings of their work in tv, movies, on stage! Their legacy influences so much of our popular culture and although their original work is somewhat darker than we may be familiar with, I'm always blown away by them! Not only are these tales a reflection of beliefs and traditions within a period of history, but they were often told to teach children of the wonders and dangers of the world! Reading and understanding these wonderful tales can teach us an incredible amount about certain points in history and the way in which people lived. So why not use these tales, myths and stories to inspire children today?! Try these reading comprehension activities to not only improve reading skills but share the magic of these historic stories! Hansel and Gretel KS1 Hansel and Gretel Differentiated Reading Comprehension Activity This one is great for age ranges 5-7 Theseus and the Minotaur Mythical Stories: The Story of Theseus and the Minotaur Differentiated Reading Comprehension Activity Perfect for ages 9-11 Credit to Pierre Bamin and Roi Dimor on Upsplash!
Bakuchi: Uses, Skin Benefits, Dosage & Side Effects
Bakuchi or Babchi is a powerful skin healing herb.  All parts of the Babchi plant are useful such as roots, stem, leaves, and seeds, but the powder of its seed and the oil are most potent and are renowned to be a highly effective herb for the skin. The seeds of Bakuchi are kidney-shaped, having a bitter taste and a very unpleasant odor. Is babchi/bakuchi grown in india? Babchi oil is a medicinal plant now cultivated in many parts of India because of increasing demand. Earlier it was found in uncultivated areas growing on its own in the monsoon. The seeds are sown in the month of April- May and are harvested at the year-end. All parts of the plants are used to treat various disorders in the human body. It is a folk medicine in India. Babchi Oil Health & Skin Benefits 1. Bakuchi oil for Vitiligo – Bakuchi controls vitiligo spot because it helps in shrinking the white patches, the darker area slowly covers all white skin areas, which leads to visible skin changes due to its Kusthaghna and Rasayana properties. 2. Bakuchi Oil Skin Benefits (disease) – Bakuchi helps to treat various skin problems like itching red papules, itching eruptions, eczema, ringworm, rough and discolored dermatosis, dermatosis with fissures due to its Raktashodaka(Blood Purifier) properties. 3. Indigestion – Bakuchi helps to improve digestion due to its Ushna(hot) potency which promotes digestive fire and digest food quickly. 4. Worm infestation – Bakuchi treats worm infestation due to its Krimighna (anti worms) property. 5. Cough disorders – Bakuchi has the property of balancing Kapha as it has Ushna Virya (hot in Potency) so it can help control asthma, cough, and bronchitis. Babchi oil other benefits · Babchi oil Contains Antioxidant Properties · Babchi Oil Helps to Prevent the Risk of Cancer · Babchi Oil Prevents Respiratory Problems · Babchi Oil Improves Skin Health · Babchi Oil Improves Oral Health · Babchi Oil has Anti-Inflammatory Activity · Babchi Oil Supports Reproductive Health Is Babchi Good For The Skin? Babchi seeds have great medicinal value as per the ancient texts as well as modern science. It helps brighten the skin by visibly reducing pigmentation and plumps the skin by boosting collagen promoting tissues. Babchi powder is used as Lepa or mask, in which its seeds are powdered and mixed with appropriate mixer to make a paste, and applied on affected areas. Difference between Babchi oil & Bakuchiol  Often people confuse between babchi oil and bakuchiol. These are not the two different oils; rather Babchi oil contains a component named bakuchiol in it. Side effects and Precaution While Using Bakuchi The consumption of the Non-purified form of Bakuchi has many side effects such as severe vomiting and nausea. It is recommended not to apply the concentrated Bakuchi oil directly on the skin as it may lead to rashes, significant infections, and allergies. It is observed that the excessive use of Bakuchi leads to skin discolouration. The consumption of Bakuchi is not recommended to pregnant or breastfeeding women. The higher doses of Bakuchi lead to hyperacidity and gastritis
Qu'est ce que le survivalisme ?
Le survivalisme par définition est un mode de vie qui constitue à une préparation à une éventuelle catastrophe. La préparation des survivants repose principalement sur l'apprentissage des techniques de survie et des concepts médicaux. Avec la bonne préparation, le bon équipement et les bons vêtements avec notre boutique militariat, vous pouvez survivre à la forêt ou prévenir les catastrophes. L'origine du survivalisme a commencé avec l'herbertisme. Il s'agit d'un événement pour former l'officier de marine Georges Hébert. Le but de cette activité est de devenir puissant et utile. Pour ce faire, il est nécessaire de réaliser une éducation sportive, nature et utilitaire. Aux États-Unis dans les années 1960, l'inflation et la dépréciation ont incité les gens à adopter l'idée de kits de sauvetage. À partir des années 1970, certains livres sur le mot « survie » et les méthodes appropriées ont commencé à paraître. Kurt Saxon sera le premier à utiliser le terme "survivaliste". Cependant, John Pugsley publiera "Strategy Alpha" dans les années 1980. Ce livre est devenu une référence pour les survivalistes américains. Dans les années 1990, le mythe du bug du millénaire a donné un nouvel élan au mouvement survivaliste. Les divers événements catastrophiques de 2000 à nos jours continuent d'alimenter la peur et de stimuler la motivation survivaliste. La survie est parfois liée aux croyances religieuses. Être préparé signifie parfois commencer un long voyage avec la famille, les amis et les voisins, mais parfois le voyage doit être commencé seul. Ne pas se préparer, bien ou mal, à l'effondrement imminent, souvent appelé survivalisme. En revanche, il peut y avoir rupture plus ou moins normale. Ils dépendent de l'âge, du sexe, du lieu de résidence, de la formation précédente, des personnes accompagnantes, du matériel disponible... Ainsi, notre magasin survivaliste a pour objectif de regrouper au même endroit du matériel utile et de qualité, et à un prix abordable, dans le respect des grandes règles des survivalistes : eau, alimentation, énergie, hygiène/santé, défense, et blog Connaissances. Par conséquent, nous ne parlerons pas d'invasion extraterrestre...
7 Simple Ways to Thrash Opponent Team In Cricket Matches
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HMTy5sJf0fY As I write this article, Pakistan is 81 for 9. Yasir Arafat is batting on 22 accompanied by Iftikhar Rao. Wickets are falling all over the place. Thanks to my team, I will have a miserable day. In any case, in stead of harping about how our players suck, and how we really need to rethink our pool of players, I thought I'd write a commentary about how any team can beat Pakistan in cricket.... Oh...we're all out by the way. 89 runs... 1 - Bowl it short on a bouncy pitch. Short balls are hard to play. They are bouncy, and they are short. Not so easy to play. Put someone on third man. We like to slash viciously and get out there. 2 - On a seaming wicket, bowl straight. Nothing more to say 3 - Do not serve up slow, dusty wickets. We are bullieshttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTF9dXjhae6lLnjk_5YUolA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IxCOXwSlBwc on those surfaces. 4 - Dive for the ball and field it athlectically. Pakistani batsman don't really see much diving since our grounds, are unfortunately not condusive to diving. But it will build the pressure and wickets will fall 5 - Misfield the ball on purpose, a Pakistani batsman will thinks its another run...and he will get run out. This always works with your 4 year old cousin in galli (street). Trust me. It will work with these guys too. 6 - We like fielding with our legs, especially at the boundary. Bending and diving is hard. (see point 4). Play shots along the ground....We will misfield on occasion. Why take the risk of lofting in the air to get quick runs, when you have a good chance of getting them with 'along the ground' shots? 7 - If none of the above works, just keep fielding well, and bowl tight...We will find a new way to get out. That's how we do... Also Read: IPL 2022 Mega Auction Details, 10 IPL Teams, New Rules: All you need to know Congratulations to South Africa. They deserved to win. I thought our bowlers did really well. Some comments about the game are in order A - Umar Gul is really great on these types of surfaces. I am glad he got his undue credit. But why didn't they let him complete his overs? B - Arafat for Rana? What sort of move is that. This bouncy wicket would have helped Rana's style. What we need is batsman. Yes, Arafat did well compared to the rest, but I would gotten rid of a bowler for a specialist batsman. Either way. This worked. C - Ntini and Pollock are awesome! They are such cool bowlers to watch. Ntini, especially, has become such an amazing bowler in the past few years. Is there anyone who uses the crease so effectively? D - Younis Khan should be dropped from the ODI team. Please believe me... E - Afridi sucks. F - Why were Razzak and Afridi laughing out there in the middle when we 6 down? What the hell is so funny? G - South Africa did a great job to pull back from a loss. Its this determination that Boucher and Kemp had, that we lacked. H - Can we not play swing and seam? And if so, why do we keep selecting players, allrounders, etxc to play on such wickets? We need batsmen of sound technique. If we can produce Mohammad Yousuf, I am sure there are a couple of guys in domestic cricket, that are talented enough to make the squad and can play the moving ball.. I - All we had to do was last the first 15 overs. We needed to block. We needed to see off Ntini and Pollock. These guys are top rated bowlers, Give them some respect. Our batmen are too comfortable in their situation. They need to shoulder more responsiblity and hold their wicket at all costs. Afridi, Hafeez, Younis played such rash shots. Also Visit: https://cricfann.com/
Turmeric, the Golden Spice - From Traditional Medicine to Modern Medicine
Turmeric is an ancient spice that has been used mainly in cooking. Turmeric is a powerful anti-inflammatory herb that’s been used for centuries to treat a variety of ailments. Turmeric, whose botanical name is Curcuma longa. It helps restore normal body functioning. It can provide relief from cold cough, skin disorders, bruises & wounds, flu, sore throat, muscle spasm, allergy, pain, etc. Turmeric health benefits Turmeric has many anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties that not only keep illnesses at bay, Turmeric also treat pre-existing chronic health conditions. One of the most important compounds in turmeric is curcumin, which is responsible for most of turmeric’s potential health benefits. · Turmeric has Anti-Inflammatory properties – It has shown curcumin to be highly effective in reducing inflammation. · Immunity Booster - Turmeric also boosts immunity levels. Its anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-fungal properties protect us from a variety of infections. · It has anticancer properties - turmeric has anti-cancerous properties, specifically for breast, bowel, stomach, and skin cancer cells · It can help with depression - Turmeric has curcumin may increase serotonin and dopamine—two brain chemicals that affect your mood. It may also help you respond better to unexpected stress. · It improves skin health - Turmeric can help with skin conditions such as eczema, ulcers, psoriasis, and wounds. Here are the top super health benefits of turmeric and curcumin. Turmeric benefits for skin Turmeric is used extensively to treat acne, hyperpigmentation, and remove unwanted hair. It is also beneficial in skincare for babies. Anti-cancer Properties:- Turmeric benefits acne because not only is it a natural antiseptic to keep the bacteria from spreading, but it’s anti-inflammatory, which takes down the redness and swelling of the blemish, Reduces Dark Circles:- Turmeric has anti-inflammatory, skin-lightening and microcirculation-boosting powers, and you've got a perfect recipe for fighting dark undereye circles Help Psoriasis and Eczema:- Besides having anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties that help target the source of conditions such as eczema, turmeric may also inhibit the activity of PhK, a protein associated with psoriasis. Turmeric benefits for hair Defeating dandruff:- A good massage with turmeric essential oil can help you get rid of dandruff problems. Curbing hair loss:- The antifungal quality of turmeric can rid your scalp of the infection which can be the end of hair fall. Treating scalp conditions:- The anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory qualities of turmeric make your scalp infection-free and healthy Is it healthy to drink turmeric every day? Yes, but make sure not to drink in excess quantity at all. Turmeric Water is hot in nature hence reducing the intake in summers especially for individuals with pitta dominant bodies. Also, it is not advisable to consume high doses of turmeric for a long period of time. Turmeric Tea Drops:- Potent nutrient drops of Turmeric – Vitamin B complex and Vitamin Add about 1-2 teaspoon or 10 -15 drops to a cup of warm water. And enjoy the turmeric tea. haldee water (Turmeric Hydrosol) is water-soluble nutrient-rich water of turmeric roots. This simple, quick, and convenient way of making tea help stick to the regular routine of drinking turmeric tea at home and while you are on a trip.
Chia sẻ kinh nghiệm làm đẹp da (p2)
Chào cả nhà, em đã dùng sữa ong chúa được hơn 1 năm và giờ đây em cảm nhận được hiệu quả của sữa ong chúa mang lại. Bằng chứng là trước đây khi chưa dùng sữa ong chúa thì da em bị mụn cám và mụn trứng cá, có cả mụn bọc nữa, da em thuộc da dầu và lỗ chân lông to, nên khi dù dùng các loại kem hay thuốc trị mụn gì cũng không hết. Vì những vấn đề này xuất phát từ nội tiết tố trong cơ thể bị rối loạn, không cân bằng được. Em tìm đủ mọi phương pháp, uống tây, nam gì cũng không giảm được nhiều. Nhưng khi em biết đến sản phẩm sữa ong chúa tươi từ một người bạn, lúc đầu nghe nói e cũng không tin lắm, nhưng cũng tìm hiểu chỗ bán uy tín và đặt về dùng thử xem có hiệu quả không?. Sau khi em sử dụng được một thời gian, có khi em sẽ đắp mặt nạ sữa ong chúa tươi, có khi em sẽ trộn sữa ong chúa với các nguyên liệu tự nhiên khác, ví dụ như mật ong, tinh bột nghệ, bột yến mạch, hay bột trà xanh, nha đam,… mỗi tuần em chỉ đắp mặt nạ sữa ong chúa từ 2 - 3 lần vì da mặt em là da nhạy cảm nên không dám đắp nhiều. Cứ thế em đã kiên trì được một thời gian thì da mặt mình có sự thay đổi rõ ràng, khi soi gương mình không còn thấy mụn nổi nữa mà lỗ chân lông cũng đã nhỏ hơn trước, lượng dầu cũng giảm hẳn. Sáng ngủ dậy, rửa mặt thấy da mình trông trắng hồng và mịn màng nhìn thấy thích lắm. Bây gờ, chỉ cần một chút son là có thế ra đường đi cà phê với bạn bè rồi.
Top Travel Greece: The Best Holiday Destinations for Summer 2021 - Mykonos and Santorini
Unfortunately, the COVID pandemic influenced tourism most of all, and Greece is one of the countries that suffered from the global lockdown. However, the whole thing is done and recently, Greece announced that they want to reopen the country to travelers by June 1, 2021. And that’s really good news! Nevertheless, passengers still have many questions seeking clarification. Is Corfu on the quarantine list? Do you need to pass PCR tests? Do you have to quarantine after flying to Greece? If you want to visit Greece this summer, you need to have a negative PCR test, taken within 72 hours before your flight. And that’s great news! This means that you can plan your trip to the Greek islands right away! Book your air tickets, airport transfer, and a hotel. Think about the top travel destinations that you wish to visit and plan your budget. In this post, we’ll demonstrate how to plan your Mykonos and Santorini trip and review the places to see in Greece. Both islands have international airports. However, using the services of public transport is not a good idea, especially when you are traveling in summer. If you value comfort, book your private Santorini airport taxi beforehand. As a result, you’ll have a taxi driver that will meet you at the airport’s arrival zone and take you to your hotel with comfort. Let’s take a closer look at the best places to visit in Greece. This information will surely come in handy for future travelers! Mykonos It is considered the most glamorous island in Greece because of its sizzling weather, family-friendly atmosphere, and vibrant nightlife. On top of that, Mykonos has the unique energy that makes it difficult not to fall in love with this location. Mykonos is mostly famous for its incredible beaches, a myriad of romantic resorts, delicious seafood, and a crazy party scene. This island has a variety of beaches ranging from remote locations to well-organized ones. Mykonos is relatively small but it has many natural beaches untouched by people. Overall, it has more than 30 beaches to any taste and budget. Even the most sophisticated travelers will undoubtedly appreciate the Mykonian architectural monuments, from famous Windmills to Little Venice and endless churches. Don’t miss the opportunity to wander through Mykonos town and make fantastic photos near white-washed houses and the bougainvillea trees. All in all, photo opportunities are everywhere in Mykonos. How far is Mykonos from Santorini? The distance between both islands is 149 km. The ferry ride usually lasts 2-3 hours depending on the schedule and the type of vessel. Santorini Picturesque sunsets, amazing buildings, and delicious wine - these things prove that Santorini is the best location for lovers. This island is also a good place for weddings! Much of the island is built on the rim of an extinct volcano. Therefore, the town looks like it is tumbling down the hill. Therefore, if you are going to explore Santorini, sensitive shoes are a must. If you adore archeology, then you should visit the excavations at Akrotiri. Its history goes back to 3600 BC. This small but beautiful settlement was destroyed by volcanic ash. You can also visit the town of Mesa Gonia - a small ghost town that suffered from the earthquake in 1965. If necessary, you can also catch a ferry to Rafina, Crete, Paros, or Ios. Santorini is also a perfect location for an active trip. Here, you can go for water sports such as banana-boating, diving, waterskiing, wind-kiting, etc. Seafood lovers will undoubtedly be delighted by the food on Santorini. The island is full of tavern-like eateries and award-winning restaurants. If you want to taste the best wine on the island, you need to pop into Santo Winery, located on the top of the cliff. Tourists usually tend to visit this place to taste the wine and enjoy its stunning views. We hope that this travel guide to Mykonos and Santorini will help you plan your trip! When in Greece, you can visit a wide array of archaeological sites, explore the history of this island, have fun in the sun, and go in for sports! Overall, Greece is surely worth seeing! But if you want to avoid all possible issues related to transportation, book your air tickets and your airport transfer before your trip!