Many people notice that in the autumn sitting down to work and gather your thoughts it becomes harder. However, it appears that to improve brain work not so difficult and it can be done at home, using a mysterious Ginkgo biloba or drinking tea on the basis of Gotu Kola, rosemary or sage. Look at ancient herb that has been used in traditional Chinese and Indian medicine to improve brain function.
Scientists were interested in methods of preserving the bright mind and good memory for centuries. Two famous medical school: Chinese traditional medicine and Indian Ayurvedic medicine has paid particular attention to the study of natural means of maintaining brain activity.
Gotu-Kola is a traditional Chinese and Indian medicine
The Chinese and the Indians happy to drink tea on the basis of Gotu Kola (Gotu Kola), which increases tone and improves blood circulation in the body. This plant should not be confused with the Cola nut (Cola nitida). It does not contain caffeine. Gotu Kola is also a good antioxidant and helps to improve memory. The active substances in Gotu Kola stimulate the formation of collagen and contribute to saillenard. According to the legend of an ancient Chinese scholar lived for more than 200 years, as actively consuming this plant, which is one of the types of parsley and has no special smell or taste. The plant is rich In vitamins a, b, E, K, and it is a great source of magnesium.
Pure Gotu Cola in Russia we have not seen, but know she is in a Green superfood mix OrganicMe . Continue reading
The city is located in the heart of the volcano, which is extinct for many millions of years ago. And this could not affect of life city. So, the atmosphere in the actual capital of Bolivia is constantly cool. The temperature ranges on average from 4 degrees Celsius to 11.
And because of the pressure altitude, the water comes to a boil at 88 degrees, and not the usual 100. The Central part of the town is Plaza Murillo. Here is the Presidential Palace. By the way, so, despite the fact that the official capital of Bolivia is Sucre, La Paz is considered the actual capital of the country. In this square also is a monument of Murillo, created from bronze. Among locals the place is most popular for leisure activities, walking and recreation.
The main museums of La Paz is situated in the street Sally hayen. Their exhibits contain mainly historic. Looking at these cultural sites, you can touch the past of the city.
In addition to the high location, the town is famous for trade and unusual items. This happens at the witches ‘ Market. Here you can buy different herbs from the recipes of traditional medicine and not only, amulets, insects, volshebnoye and other magical items. The most unusual item is the dried Llama fetus, which, according to legends of local residents, may appease the goddess of earth and fertility. One of the most beautiful places in La Paz – moon valley. This part of the city “grow” rocks. Nature in this area, surprises the tourists and the residents with an unusual relief of the mountains, from parts resembling the surface of the moon. The outlines of the rocks of Moonlight valley so fantastic that every one can see any image. Continue reading
In my garden began to sing mango and I decided to tell you about this delicious fruit and show beautiful parks, where to grow these wonderful fruits.
MANGO belongs to the flowering plant family anacardiaceae. These fruits are grown in areas of tropical climate. Depending on the variety, the fruit reaches up to 2 pounds of weight. The mango fruit is very sweet.
In Bolivia, as in all countries where growing this fruit, MANGO many varieties: plain mango, mango rose, mango giant and mango mixed with other fruits – banana, Apple, melon, pineapple, papaya… all its distinctive flavour, its shape and its color.
My tree — mango rose, this variety is my favorite. The season begins in late October and late fruits may be in early January.
They are the size of a fist. Ripe fruits are considered much too soft in both green and yellow.
All versionista flesh and bones to separate is not possible.
In Santa Cruz, where I live, there are many beautiful parks with mango trees.
MANGO is rich in fibers, vitamins, trace elements.
It has glucose, fructose and sucrose, oxalic acid and citric, malic and succinic.
In the pulp of the fruit contains vitamins: B1, B2, B3, B5, B9, and C, A, E.
Minerals that make up bogatstvom: calcium, phosphorus, iron, zinc, potassium and magnesium. Continue reading