A recipe to startle every rose if it could read! In the olden days the herbalists went overboard about the health benefits to be squeezed out of roses! The poor lovely rose was boiled, sliced, baked, dried, steamed, and made into oil, to heal the … Continue reading Mad Dogs and Roses!
Foods that promote wrinkles! Saturated fat. Meat, especially fatty processed meats. full-fat dairy products, especially unfermented products and ice cream. soft drinks and cordials. cakes, pastries and desserts. potatoes. butter margarine. pics: daksha
An Australian study with 453 people (aged 70 and over) to determine what foods protect against wrinkles recommend these: Olive oil and Olives fish (especially fatty fish) reduced fat milk and milk products eggs nuts and legumes, especially lima and broad beans. wholegrain cereals fruit … Continue reading Rosy Health: Foods to eat for slowing down wrinkles!
Rose Rambles in the Wrinkle Cream Circus Every other year or even every year, yet another Hollywood beauty, or even a Bollywood beauty from India, has entered that zone where beauty products increase in number and hair coloring becomes more frequent. These winsome ladies then … Continue reading Rosy recipes & Wrinkle Creams!
Rose page for good health Never use plastic in microwaves and avoid using it in fridges. Heat and cold speed up the process of plastic degradation, accelerating the movement of plastic molecules into food. Who wants to eat plastic for dinner? Always SNUB – say … Continue reading Rose Bowl for Good Health!
Fall in love with Native Plants! If you love the environment you must know that native plants need only about half as much water as imported varieties. Xeriscape (from the Greek word Xeros, meaning dry) is a modern approach to landscaping which has become popular … Continue reading Fall in love with native plants!
Cabbage Roses are used to treat a cold! A decoction from rose hips can be used as a gargle for bleeding gums and it will relieve toothache! When fresh, rose hips are an excellent source of Vitamin C and a great help for … Continue reading Roses that dress up like cabbages