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The Amazing Symbolism Inherent In My Ficus Trees by Gabriella Kortsch Ph.D. Patient Expert Posted Fri 22 May 2009 11:54pm Early last year I blogged about the symbolism of the outer aspects of a person's life with regards to what was going on in the inner life, and told the story of some ficus trees I have. Feng Shui Order, Replanted Ficus Trees, & Bees. Those trees have developed and thrived, but not as much as I would have expected. In particular one of the ... Read on »
Feng Shui Order, Replanted Ficus Trees, & Bees by Gabriella Kortsch Ph.D. Patient Expert Posted Fri 22 May 2009 11:55pm Ficus Benjamina Photo Credit I’m a great believer in the symbolism of things. As above, so below. In other words, when something happens in your outer life, it is often a symbolic manifestation of something going on in your inner life. A few months ago, just before Christmas, I ruthlessly decided to get rid of much surplus clutter…m ... Read on »
Beneath the Caribbean sky by M.L. Gallagher Posted Mon 18 Oct 2010 12:00am On this settee where I sit, red clay tiles beneath my feet, mahogany overhang above, the rich and lush green of the garden rolls gracefully out to a sweeping view of the ocean beyond. Birds twitter all around, a mongoose rustles through the hedge and in the ficus tree, a green monkey chatters. He was on the lawn yesterday. This green faced ch ... Read on »
DYNAMIC GEMMOTHERAPY. Integrative Embryonic Phytotherapy. by Dr. Joe Rozencwajg Complimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 5:36pm Here are a few pages of my latest book, Dynamic Gemmotherapy. If that wets your appetite you can buy it at www.lulu.com type dynamic gemmotherapy in the search box. Happy reading and comments are welcome......... Dynamic Gemmotherapy. Integrative Embryonic Phytotherapy. Dr. Joe Rozencwajg, NMD. Copyright Dr. J. Rozencwajg, ... Read on »
Useful Things You Can Do With Tea by maria@theteaspot.com Posted Thu 24 Apr 2008 12:00am G'day folks! Today has me gettin' my blog on about random and useful tidbits about tea that involve anything but drinking it. As it is a natural plant with numerous health benefits, of course there any number of things that we can be doing with our tea leaves that are useful around the house, office, garden, etc. Oh, joyous ra ... Read on »
COMMON POISONS AND YOUR PETS by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Fri 07 Aug 2009 12:12pm Now that summer has arrived for the whole country, your pets will be having more opportunities for exposure to poisonous substances, some outdoors and some indoors. Even though a lot of poisonings can be treated if caught early enough, it is still much better for your pets if they NEVER have the chance to be exposed. The ASPCA has been a longt ... Read on »
Tempering ObsessionsI have four ... by Sensationally Red Patient Expert Posted Wed 10 Jun 2009 6:43pm Tempering Obsessions I have four blog posts sitting unfinished in my drafts folder. I start a post with vim and vigor, then lose interest or I get stuck--a chronic case of blogstipation where I can't express myself the way I want, so I file it away for later when I can figure out how to tie my post into my running blog theme. Problem is: I hav ... Read on »
Friday’s COPD Newsletter from COPD Support, Inc. by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Fri 22 Oct 2010 2:10pm Volume 10, Issue 46 October 22, 2010 Richard D. Martin, Editor In a study of malnutrition in people with COPD, available on the Cambridge University Press website Journals Online, researchers point out there has always been some confusion about how many people with COPD suffer from malnutrition. They note that studi ... Read on »
The Worst of All Jobs by Sue S. Patient Expert Posted Fri 21 Nov 2008 3:08pm 1 Comment It’s no good – I can’t put it off any longer. I have to wash the tree. If you have a garden, you probably don’t think about washing your trees very often, but when you keep one on a balcony which doesn’t get any rain to wash the leaves naturally, you have no choice. After a couple of months in a pollution-ridden city, the tree is so dirty ... Read on »
Growing Avocados by Sue S. Patient Expert Posted Sat 28 Aug 2010 3:55am This summer, I've been growing avocados. Not a great challenge - they're dead easy. The question is, whether they're worth it. Avocados are a rain forest plant. They've evolved to survive as seedlings under a canopy of leaves which blocks out the light. How do they manage? By putting all their energy in to growing as tall a ... Read on »