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Ayurvedic Balancing Dosha Teas
Nargis Ayurvedic teas are inspired by Ayurveda, a system of knowledge written down 5,000 years ago, which emphasizes that balancing of the mind, body and spirit is essential for holistic well being. An imbalance in one of the three constitutional types or doshas (vata, kapha or pitta) disrupts the flow of the body's energy and may lead to disease.
The underlying prescription of Ayurvedic medicine is quite simple: recognize the power of self-healing within, and you will become your own greatest doctor!
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Nargis Ayurvedic Balance Cooling-Pitta Tea
A tea to enjoy when you are feeling over-heated, agitated or frustrated. A few sips of Nargis Ayurvedic Balance Cooling-Pitta Tea will help to settle down the negative emotions of anger and resentment and leave you with a cool mind and body.
A beautiful fragrant blend of Rose petals, Licorice, Cinnamon, Cardamom, Ginger and Fennel give this tea a sweet taste and helps bring the disturbed Pitta Dosha back into a state of balance very important for leading a stress free, healthy life. Rose (flower petal) - Has a cooling effect and is helpful in pacifying the pitta dosha. Licorice (root) - Acts as a soothing agent and useful in pacifying pitta dosha. Ginger (rhizome) - Aids in digestion and eliminates problems such as nausea, loss of appetite and common cold. Cardamom (fruit) - Useful in treating digestive problems such as bloating, heartburn and constipation. Cinnamon (bark) - It helps to lower blood sugar levels and reduce heart disease risk factors. Fennel (fruit) - used as a remedy for flatulence and indigestion
Important: If you are pregnant or nursing, or have a known medical condition, consult your physician before taking this or any other dietary supplement.
A bottle to be noticed.
If your other cups and mugs could admire, they would.
Imagine the bottle neck turns once this smooth, curved, finely designed bottle hits the cabinet.
Instead of the mugs expression turning from sad to happy when hot liquid entered, it would smile when you stored the bottle away and frowned every time it left to be used.
Capacitive with infuser 13.5 oz and without infuser 13.1 oz.
Size with infuser 9.84 in. X 2.55 in. & without 10.23 in. x 2.55 in.
**Leak proof - Designed with silicone rings to ensure no spillage.
**Easy to clean - glass is dishwasher safe but we recommend hand washing. Parts can be easily separated for cleaning.
**Nylon cover for added protection with a wonderful convenient loop handle for easy transporting.
**FDA-approved food-grade materials from top to bottom.
**Made with high quality, top notch, and transparent borosilicate glass. Kiss toxins goodbye.
**BPA, Lead, and Phthalates Free.
**Shatter resistant -Although extremely durable, if accidentally broken, shattering is not a concern. Avoid your little one stepping a small piece of glass from sweeping up days ago.
So which should you choose??
Get with or without infuser. The silicone is attached to the infuser chamber;
therefore, you must leave infuser in the bottle to avoid leakage even when not infusing or remove silicone ring from chamber and place inside of the bottom lid.
So, get both! Take it to the gym, yoga class, school, work, and keep on the side of the bed.
Get it today!
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A Record Of Observation Experiences And Impressions Made During A Period Of Over Fifty Years" Intimate Association With The Natives And Study Of The Animal And Vegetable Life Of The Island. Due to the very old age and scarcity of this book, many of the pages may be hard to read due to the blurring of the original text.
This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process. Though we have made best efforts - the books may have occasional errors that do not impede the reading experience. We believe this work is culturally important and have elected to bring the book back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide.
SHIVERS DOWN YOUR SPINE. Firstly, I’d just like to say thank you to Writer/Director Matthew Kister, for allowing me to view an online screener of his Horror Anthology film “Shivers Down Your Spine” prior to its official release. Shivers Down Your Spine is a ten part anthology, that explores a host of different sub-genres including Spirits, Serial Killers and Vampires. An estimated fifty actors/actresses from Nebraska worked on the film, which took over four years to make on a combined $750. This is pure do it yourself indie film making, that saw a collection of people come together and achieve a common goal. It’s difficult to properly critique a film made up of so many segments, so what I’ll do is give you a rundown of what each short entails followed by an overall rating for each, and then a complete total rating. Out Of The Lamp is the wraparound segment in Shivers Down Your Spine. It cuts back and forth before and after every story, as well as being the opening and closing of the film. Jeff (played by Steve Eaton) is sitting at home getting ready to microwave some pizza, when he finds a gold teapot/gravy boat (I forget which haha). After a quick rub (no pun intended) it unleashes the sexy genie that is Sabihah (the lovely Megan Shepard). Jeff is granted the obligatory three wishes but unlike most people, doesn’t want for the typical possessions. Instead he asks Sabihah to tell him some of her best stories, stories that are what the audience ends up seeing. The genie/Bollywood style score that plays when Sabihah appears and then vanishes was cool. The audio was pretty clear and the camera work simple but smart. On one occasion, Jeff breaks the fourth wall to confirm what the audience already knows, but it was done so in a self-aware style, a device I don’t mind. On top of that the short use of visual effects is well executed. Eaton’s delivery was a little scripted for my liking, while on the other hand Megan projected plenty of personality (didn’t hurt that she got partially naked either, and then Jeff had to ruin it haha). Deadbolt is an 8 minute short about a girl named Cora (Jenny Chambers), whose settling in for a night of watching movies on Halloween. Deadbolt used its bass orientated score to perfection, it was very neatly edited and well-lit too. The aspects I enjoyed most about it were Jenny’s consistent acting, and Matt’s seemingly intentional nods to Wes Craven’s “Scream”. However I still found the audio levels were inconsistent and I didn’t like the amount of dutch angles that were used (tilting camera side on). Cora’s fall towards the end wasn’t choreographed realistically enough, and the sudden change in tone... The visual effects weren’t quite of the same standard as “Out Of The Lamp” either. BIRTHDAY DINNER. Birthday Dinner is a 7 minute short starring Eric Moyer and Michelle Schrage. A husband and wife are sitting down at their dinner table, enjoying a birthday barbecue. The Man has a discussion with his wife about why their daughter wasn’t allowed to attend her own birthday party. Birthday Dinner’s audio levels were better than the previous segment. The camera work was sharp and the transitioning between the two characters dialogue was seamless. It’s really well-edited and Moyer delivers his lines with passion, and in such a way that his true intent remains unclear until the closing stages. Saying that, if you’re like me and have seen similar concepts explored in other films, you’ll probably find this one a little predictable. I Dream Of Djinni is a 15 minute short film about Robert (Jesse Hapke), a guy living on a disability pension with nothing to show for himself. He receives a package from a delivery man (Kevin Casey), which turns out to be the same teapot Jeff found in the first segment. It releases Djinni (played by Megan Shepard again), and Robert gets his three wishes. He wishes for the ideal women that can fulfill all of his needs, but he gets a lot more than he bargained for with the “young girl” played by gorgeous Taylor Melone. This one managed a consist audio level and simple but effective camera work. Source: AdamTheMovieGod
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This book concerns the Beijing Hutong and changing perceptions of space, of social relations and of self, as processes of urban redevelopment remove Hutong dwellers from their traditional homes to new high-rise apartments. It addresses questions of how space is humanly built and transformed, classified and differentiated, and most importantly how space is perceived and experienced. This study elaborates and expands Lefebvre’s “trialectic” of space on a theoretical level. The ethnography presented is a conversation with Tim Ingold’s argument about “empty space”. This research employs the ethnographic technique of participant-observation to secure a finely textured, detailed and micro-social account of local experience. Then, these micro-social insights are contextualized within...
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