Essential oils This book will easily show you how to create your own essential oils. Essential oils are starting to rival some traditional forms of medicine for new ways to treat certain diseases and health conditions. My passion for essential oils started 10 years ago when I bought my first essential oil from a store in Europe. From that moment on, I was fascinated about the positive power of essential oils, and I have realized that the healing potential of essential oils and aromatherapy is truly remarkable. Preparing your own oils is cost effective and can ensure that there are no harmful chemicals in the oils. Here´s a preview of what you´ll learn: Essential oil DIY recipes, serums, scrubs, and soaps How to make lotion bars The history of essential oils How to properly store your essential oils How to evaluate the quality of essential oils How to choose high quality essential oils Relief from common illnesses with essential oils Aromatherapy with essential oils Massage with essential oils Reflexology It wasn´t until the modern era that people started putting a name to the idea that you could apply pressure on areas of your body that would influence the feeling of other parts. It was often joked that a person who had a toothache should squeeze their toe to get some relief from it. During the 16th century, the idea of zone therapy began to become more and more prominent. This idea, that there are zones in the bodies and that there are ways to access them from different places in the body, became more and more popular, and more and more time was dedicated to the research of it. Here´s a preview of what you´ll learn: What is reflexology? The basics of reflexology The basics of the foot The basics... 1. Language: English. Narrator: Adam Zens. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/046533/bk_acx0_046533_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
In Frieses Landlord you are all ruthless landlords trying to earn as much money as you can. All sorts of tenants move into your houses: the family, a man with a dog, sometimes even odd ones. All tenants dream of getting a premium apartment, but most often you offer them low rent flats. But beware of squatters! With the help of various action cards you try to get essential advantages or defend yourself against mean attacks, at the expense of your fellow players if necessary or even the poor tenants!In the end, the player who squeezes the most money out of his tenants still wins!
Weleda Salt Toothpaste . Natural sodium bicarbonate helps neutralise harmful plaque acids, and stimulates salivation to promote self-cleansing and reduce the formation of tartar. Menthol freshness. Weleda Salt toothpaste is slightly alkaline and neutralises caries-promoting acids, particularly after meals. Half an hour after cleansing the teeth the normal pH is restored. The slightly salty taste is complemented by a mixture of essential oils for long lasting freshness. Application Weleda Salt Toothpaste: Squeeze 1 to 2 cms on a dry or slightly moistened toothbrush. Ingredients/INCI Weleda Salt Toothpaste: Water (Aqua), Sodium Bicarbonate, Glycerin, Silica, Prunus Spinosa Fruit Juice, Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Oil, Commiphora Myrrha Extract, Krameria Triandra Root Extract, Aesculus Hippocastanum (Horse Chestnut) Bark Extract, Arum Maculatum Root Extract**, Sodium Chloride, Cyanopsis Tetragonoloba (Guar) Gum, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Alcohol, Esculin, Sodium Sulfate, Sodium Silicate, Flavour (Aroma)*, Limonene*, Linalool*. * From natural essential oils. ** In highly diluted form.
The Iron Heel is a dystopian novel by American writer Jack London. Generally considered to be ´´the earliest of the modern Dystopian´´, it chronicles the rise of an oligarchic tyranny in the United States. The novel is based on the (fictional) ´´Everhard Manuscript´´ written by Avis Everhard which she hid and which was subsequently found centuries later. In addition, this novel has an introduction and series of (often lengthy) footnotes written from the perspective of scholar Anthony Meredith. Meredith writes from around 2600 AD or 419 B.O.M. (the Brotherhood of Man). Jack London thus writes at two levels, often having Meredith condescendingly correcting the errors of Everhard yet, at the same time, exposing the often incomplete understanding of this distant future perspective. Meredith´s introduction also acts as a deliberate ´´spoiler´´ (the term did not yet exist at the time of writing). Before ever getting a chance to get to know Avis and Ernest, how they fell in love or how Avis became politically involved, the reader is already told that all their struggles and hopes would end in total failure and repression, and that both of them would be summarily executed. This gives all that follows the air of a foreordained tragedy. There is still left the consolation that a happy end would come for humanity as a whole - though hundreds of years too late for Avis and Ernest as individuals; the cruel oligarchy would fall, and the two will be vindicated and respected by posterity as pioneers and martyrs. The Oligarchy are the largest monopoly trusts (or robber barons) who manage to squeeze out the middle class by bankrupting most small to mid-sized business as well as reducing all farmers to effective serfdom. This Oligarchy maintains power through a ´´labor caste´´ and the Mercenaries. Labor in essential industries like steel and rail are elevated and given decent wages, housing, and education. Indeed, the tragic turn in the novel (and Jack London´s core warning to his contemporaries) is the treachery of these favored unions which break with the other unions and side with the Oligarchy. Further, a second, military caste is formed: the Mercenaries. The Mercenaries are officially the army of the US but are in fact in the employ of the Oligarchs.
The surest route to a happier, more productive life and future. Most of us want to succeed. And most of us want to do the right thing. But we often forget that the way to succeed is by doing the right thing, as Barry Schwartz and Kenneth Sharpe remind us in Practical Wisdom: The Right Way to Do the Right Thing. When the institutions that shape our society need to change, the people in them typically either make more rules or offer smarter incentives. But there is a better way, and in this lively and provocative book, Schwartz and Sharpe explore the essential principle of problem solving that can transform our lives: practical wisdom. A concept that Aristotle identified millennia ago and that new scientific research reveals is as crucial today as it was in ancient Greece, practical wisdom is the essential human quality that combines the fruits of our individual experiences with our empathy and intellect. It´s how we learn to be a good friend or parent or doctor or soldier or citizen or statesman. It´s how we come to understand, as the authors write, ´´the right way to do the right thing in a particular circumstance, with a particular person, at a particular time.´´ In Practical Wisdom, Schwartz and Sharpe explain the importance of wisdom in our daily lives and explain how to combat work situations that squeeze it out of our practices. They introduce us to what they call the ´´canny outlaws´´, people with the wisdom to work around the calcified conventions of business as usual to achieve inspiring and satisfying results in daily life. And they identify System Changers, people who are building new, more rewarding, and ultimately more effective ways to work. The result is a book that helps us understand that wisdom is above all a practical idea. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Barry Schwartz. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/sans/005276/bk_sans_005276_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.