#reno people: Friday is the last day of the AACT plant sale, 3:30 to 6pm at their greenhouse by the Reno High School football field - a lot of very affordable #plants still available! Help them out #flowers#veggies#naturalsciences
#hidratacion antes de dormir😪😪
🌸 ayer me preguntaron por qué no había vuelto a cargar mi tarro de agua de 2 litros lleno?
El agua que bebemos en esta bella ciudad es potable gracias a epm y al universo que nos permitió nacer aquí... pero la verdad es que aunque esta agua sea potable ya esta desmineralizada, y al tomar más agua de lo que realmente necesitamos, empezamos a perder sales minerales y nutrientes de nuestro cuerpo, por eso es que parece que adelgazamos y en realidad lo hacemos pero es por esta razón... tendríamos que tomar agua de su nacimiento donde es pura y no tratada, el agua en botella también es tratada y no posee ningún beneficio adicional que el de eliminar la sed, más no hidratar!!
🌸 tambien podemos retener liquidos y añadirle mas trabajo a nuestros riñones.
aveces lo hacemos sólo porque en todas partes dicen que hay que tomar mucha agua pero o o, en realidad hay que hacerlo?
Yo decido que no! 🌸mejor la calidad que la cantidad
Está que estoy tomando es rica y refrescante además que #desinflama el abdomen, aumenta el sistema de defensas y #alcaliniza el #cuerpo .
🌸genjibre 🌸menta 🌿
#Repost @_lipstikk.and.stilettos (@get_repost)
#repost -- In the world today, many people look to #alternative methods such as #herbs , #plants , 'fruits and #vegetables , rather than the doctor’s #prescription#drugs to cure #diseases . The growing popularity of herbal medicines has grown tremendously and is taking a fair share out of the market. An example of a food that some are turning to, is a fruit name #soursop , which some research claim can prevent and even treat cancer.
#Soursop is a alkaline fruit that is native to the tropical parts of #Africa but can also be found today in the #Caribbean , #South American and #Southeast#Asia .
According to the World Health Organization, there are roughly #8 million cancer related deaths a year in the world. Over the next #20 years, that number of cases is expected to increase by #70 % So preventing and treating cancer lies deep in many societies across the globe today.
Soursop consists of a #phytochemical called #anonaceous acetogenins. #Acetogenins have already been approved for its ability to treat cancer. According to The Truth About Cancer site, scientists from the Tepic Institute of Technologi in Mexico found out the that acetogenins found in soursop has #chemotherapeutic properties. “The research seeks to add value to the fruit so the least of it is wasted. We focus on acetogenins compounds because in Mexico, cancer is a disease that is increasing among the population and scientific research shows that the compounds found in this fruit can encapsulate tumors, but this depends on the [how much is] amount consumed,” Team leader, Montalvo González, explained.
Other health reports say that the benefits of soursop include the ability to treat different types of cancers including prostate, lung and breast cancers. #Drsebi
A love for growing things. 🌱
I've been spending more time in my garden this year (after taking a gardening class and getting to a point where I actually feel confident), and have enjoyed every minute of it.
I love observing all the parts of a healthy garden, from life in the soil to watching my little plants break free from their seeds and grow every day.
It's fulfilling, and inspires me to eat and live a healthier lifestyle. And I love the beauty of the individual plants, and the plants as a community.
F I G T R E E • Figs are not only lusciously sweet and pleasing to the eyes ~ they are nutritionally dense • F I G S are high in fibre, copper, manganese, calcium, potassium, pantothenic acid, vitamin B6 • useful for preventing constipation, coronary heart disease, colon cancer, post-menopausal breast cancer, hypertension, bronchitis, sexual dysfunction, osteoporosis and muscular degeneration • Fig leaves are also highly medicinal •
ahh, probably going to lose followers for this but idc, I'm excited! Sorry I'll post art more.
My little baby cucumber and cilantro finally sprouted and their so cute?? My dad just had surgery on his arm so I'm going to be taking care of the whole garden (apple trees, raspberry bushes, blueberry bushes, etc. You know, bigger shit) and I just planted some, Rainbow Carrots, radishes, onions, and some lettes. I love plants and that kind of crap, so if you see these random things, don't worry I'll still do art and crap. 🌱