Rose of the winds, how many times have we happened to see one but never, perhaps, to investigate thoroughly what it represents. It is clear that it is not a flower, but what is it and above all what is it used for? The wind rose can be formed by 4, 8 or 16 points and represents in a simple way, with a graphic sign, the origins of the winds that blow in a certain area of the world in a certain period of time.
Lavender essential oil for internal use: uses, properties, tips, benefits and when it can be ingested. All the useful information to use, in a safe way, the oil extracted from lavender. Food-grade essential oil So can the essential oil of lavender be ingested? Not all essential oils extracted from lavender can be ingested.
Dandelion in the kitchen: how to cook and how to use dandelion in the kitchen. From recipes to properties: practically everything is used in the kitchen: from the root to the leaves, from the collar of the plant to the flower buds and you can also use open flowers! Dandelion is an edible spontaneous herb known by various names, to name a few: lion's tooth, piss blower, and sciallet….
The viability of the planet is at stake. The world leaders must take drastic measures to be able to fight against the environmental crisis in which we are immersed. Climate change is already a reality, since most experts agree on the seriousness of the problem, which must start at a small scale actions that can help alleviate this climate emergency situation in which the planet is.
Kerry Blue Terrier, a blackish-blue Irish dog by many, and not just the Irish, considered a near-perfect dog. So let's get to know it better, to see if it's just a legendary and legendary fame or if there is something true. An old Irish wish goes like this: "May the wind always be behind you and a Kerry Blue at the end of your journey".
Crucifers are also known as brassicas. In truth, they are a category of plants not particularly known, the name does not sound like a common name but by deepening our knowledge, we will discover that crucifers are present in our life more than we imagine. Nothing scary, indeed, they have positive effects on our body and are included in many lists of recommended foods, both for their taste and for their properties.