Personality Test: What is Your Jungian Archetype?
You Are the Sage Jung believed that the sage was a representation of the search for truth and wisdom. You have always been patient, a deep thinker, and wise beyond your years. A thirst for knowledge characterizes you. You fear ignorance, being misled or duped by another.
How to Make the Best Butternut Squash Soup You've Ever Had
A dollop of sour cream, cinnamon, nutmeg-spiced whipped cream, and frizzled sage makes this a wintertime classic.
Say Goodbye to Armpit Stains with This Natural Deodorant
The formula includes clary sage essential oil for its antibacterial properties. It helps to kill smelly bacteria and it also has a pleasant scent that makes it a great addition to this spray deodorant. As an added bonus, clary sage oil can help you feel less stressed and more centered.
Dear Kitten: The Superbowl CATastrophe
In the past, this sage old cat gave wise advice to the new kitten about life , as well as about the new dog . Now, it is time to prepare kitten to the “Big Game”.
This Tale of Three Tails Is So Heartwarming...
On March of this year the world was introduced to Harlow, a big and loving Weimaraner dog, and Sage, a heart melting little Daschund (sausage dog) and a big sister to Harlow.
Look Your Best and Stay Healthy the Natural Way!
Dissolve warts with banana peels, dye your hair using sage, and many more useful secrets await you in this video. Look your Best and Stay Healthy the Natural Way!
11 Natural Ingredients That'll Help You Get Rid of Odor
Sage Sage contains flavonoids such as apigenin, diosmetin, and luteolin. The composition of the plant also has vitamins, phytoncides, and other compounds. Sage has several healing properties including anti-inflammatory, astringent and antibacterial, thanks to its concentration of nutrients.
Toast to A Special Occasion with these 6 Champagne Cocktails
Pear and Ginger Sage Champagne Cocktail Source: dishingupthedirt.com This cocktail is full of flavors! Pears, honey, sage, with the addition of ginger and champagne - make it both lovely to sip and delicious.
These Quotes, Said a Century Ago, Are Still True Today
But, he was also perceived to be a humorist with a sharp wit, and a wise old soul with sage advice to give. His quotes are smart, witty and are most certainly true - in fact, many can still be taken to heart, almost a century later. Below the video is a full presentation.
This Week in Health Tips!
This week’s graphics will teach about the health benefits of sage, how to boost your energy levels, the importance of sleep, and much more. Follow any (or all) of these and you’ll notice the difference in a very short time!
Stop Using Dangerous Chemicals When Dyeing Your Hair
Sage If your hair is dark brown or black and you want to darken it up a bit, sage is a good option as it will deepen the shades of brunette hair and can also help cover up gray hairs. To use sage to dye your hair do the following steps: 1.
Fight off Seasonal Flu with These 30 Natural Herbs
Use this to flavor meat dishes and soups (it tastes a little like mint and sage). Note: Avoid hyssop if pregnant. 15. Lemon Balm ( Melissa officinalis ) Lemon balm is full of vitamin C, which should help fight your cold, make you feel relaxed, and ease your upset belly.
This Guide Will Teach You Exactly How to Store Fresh Herbs
Knowing the Difference Between Soft and Hard Herbs Soft herbs such as basil, cilantro, and parsley have tender stems and leaves, whereas hard herbs such as rosemary, thyme, and sage have woodier stems and firmer leaves.
Age Test: Can We Guess How Old Your Mind Is?
Have we learned and become sages? Do we still enjoy the social life and energy of younger people? Take our test and find out what your "age of mind" is. Image courtesy of Depositphotos Take Our Quiz: What is Your PSYCHOLOGICAL Age?
Inspiring! These Old Souls Have Some Wise Words to Share
These sages include philosophical masters such as Socrates and Diogenes, as well as other famous people such as Carl Jung and John Lennon. While I invite you to reflect on their intellectual quotes, I hope they will be an inspiration for you and your close ones.
16 Proven Remedies for Dealing With Pesky Hot Flashes
Sage Besides providing hot flash relief, sage helps with digestion, infant diarrhea and headaches, so try drinking a few cups of organic sage tea daily. 7.
You Should be Growing These 10 Healthy Herbs at Home!
Sage Sage is used in medicine to help alleviate symptoms of mental disorders such as Alzheimer's and depression. It can also be used to solve digestive problems, improve memory and help type 2 diabetes patients with lowering cholesterol and triglyceride levels.
Say Goodbye to a Sore Throat Thanks to These Gargles
Sage and Water Sage can help soothe a sore throat and ease painful or swollen nasal passages. The traditional home remedy calls for 1 teaspoon sage, ½ teaspoon alum, ¼ cup brown sugar, 3/8 cup of vinegar, and 1/8 cup water. 5.
Yum! There's Nothing Like This Apple & Cheese-Stuffed Pork
Barbecued Apple and Cheese-Stuffed Pork Fillet (Serves 6) Ingredients: • 1.2kg pork tenderloin, trimmed of fat and sinew • 75g of cheese, (about half a pack) preferably Boursin cheese with black pepper • 2 red apples, cut into thin wedges • 1 tsp sage, chopped • olive oil, for brushing • cognac, or
Breathe Better at Night with this Anti-Snoring Guide
Sage leaves Sage has many medicinal benefits, including natural anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. By reducing nasal inflammation, sage helps reduce nasal blockages and its antibacterial properties help prevent future inflammation.
10 Great Reasons To Use An Essential Oil Diffuser At Home!
Use chamomile, lavender or clary sage essential oils. 2. Use it to elevate your mood: Various essential oils may also be used to boost your mood.
Combat Strep Throat with These 10 Natural Home Remedies
Sage Sage is also excellent, thanks to its antibacterial properties, at slowing the bacteria growth by which strep throat is caused. It can relieve your pain, irritation and inflammation too. Try the following: • Mix 1 tsp. dried sage into a cup of hot water.
11 Common Herbs Known For Their ANTIVIRAL Activity
These 11 powerful herbs, like the humble garlic, aromatic sage, and fresh peppermint, have stood both the test of time and scientific scrutiny, and are widely known for their antiviral activity. Learn about their specific benefits below.
11 Home Remedies for Children's Winter Ailments
Luckily, it can be treated naturally, quickly and effectively: Boil 3-4 sage leaves in a deep bowl and add 2-3 drops of eucalyptus oil Bend over the bowl and cover your head with a towel Inhale deeply and your nose will be back to normal in no time Dennis Hill 2.