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Food as tool of human design
Whatever you eat determines whatever you are. Food as prerequisites for survival also defines how the person would be, which means for food to be a key condition to form human as material and spirit both.
Musky scent and bitter taste of sage
The smell of fresh sage grass is a bit like a scent of herbal medicine that is a combination of Eundan as the throat refreshing agent, garlic, and pine needles, but it has an exotic feel rather than an
Така започва моят ден всяка сутрин. - Тhat's how my day starts every morning .
Добро утро приятели,настъпи нова седмица и нови възможности които да реализираме. Good morning friends, a new week has come and new opportunities to realize. Ще ви покажа как започва моята сутрин всеки
WHAT CAUSED SOUTHWEST’S MASS CANCELLATIONS?
WHAT CAUSED SOUTHWEST’S MASS CANCELLATIONS? Sickout? Bad weather? Staffing issues? Why did Southwest Airlines meltdown causing their internal issues to spill out on the public stage causing mass flight
Meditation is healing and improving !
In our modern life, we face many challenges, and we have so much to care about. We consume a lot of information every day. We feel a social pressure sometimes. And we get tired, even stressed and sometimes
9 POWERFUL NATURAL "WEAPON" FOR HEALTH (my choice + photos)
Guys, what do you do to if you're sick? Any virus or a flu? People whom I know prefer to run to a chemistry to buy medicines for a throat, running nose, fever, cough and anything they suffer from. Any
Friends with thyme and oregano
The fragrance of essential oils of oregano and thyme seem to be similar. It has a slightly oily and heavy smell unique to Italian food. If telling the difference, the scent of oregano seems to be somewhat
👶🏥 Hirschsprung's disease / Enfermedad de Hirschsprung 🏥👶||By @anestesioloco
Hello, good morning my dear friends of Hive, it is a pleasure to greet you and share with you this time an interesting clinical case in which a pathology with such a low incidence and even unknown to many
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