Thursday, January 27, 2011

African Black Soap

Traditional Black Soap is brownish-black in color. It is soft with an organic shape. It has a delicate texture & a natural earthy smell. It is not oily or scented. Black Soap or African Black Soap also known as Anago Soap or Alata soap, originates from West Africa. It has been used for centuries in Ghana. It's methods and secrets have been passed down from generation to generation to keep the soap close to mother nature and avoid exploitation & imitations. This African Black Soap is not the mass produced African Black Soap Ghana Black Soap, is nature's secret to smooth beautiful skin. Our Black Soap is made with all natural ingredients including plantain skins & palm kernel oil. Naturally rich in vitamins A & E.

This soap has been used to treat rashes, acne, eczema, dandruff, body odor and much more. African Black Soap helps keep the skin clean and helps against premature facial lines. It is great for showering, bathing washing of the face, feet and hair. Black Soap is recommended for the young and old! Try some today!

If you wish to place an order please visit the link below. 


Monday, January 24, 2011

The Adjustment Bureau Fate Featurette Official (HD)

This movie looks like a must see for me, I love drama, and the unknown. The subject and plot of the movie is definitely thought proving. What if we do have to follow a certain path, and that it's already mapped out and we have guardians that help us stay on that course hmm definitely will see this film.

Want a Cool Refreshing Drink

Here's a cool Drink that's refreshing and also good for you health. It's made with the Hibiscus Flower. It’s a mild, natural diuretic, it is often used to combat high blood pressure. Makes about a half-gallon.

1 cup dried Hibiscus Flower
4 cups water
1/3 cups sugar (sugar substitute can be used) or to taste
4 cups ice

Rinse and drain the hibiscus flowers in a colander. In large saucepan, bring four quarts of water to a boil. Add hibiscus flowers and sugar. Reduce heat and simmer, covered, for approximately 15 minutes. Mixture will be dark red in color.

Remove from heat. Strain thoroughly, discarding all remaining flower petals. Pour into an ice-filled pitcher and stir. Chill thoroughly before serving in tall, ice-filled glasses


Cold Feet Help!

Did you ever lay in your bed and wonder why your feet are Icy cold! Even with socks on they just seem so cold. I wanted to find out what was the cause of this, was it the cold weather or something else. I later found out that having cold feet can be caused by several things. Here are some causes.

Poor Circulation

So if your hands and feet are feeling a little colder then usual check your doctor or and nutritionist and find out what's the real cause.

Here are some tips and help for keeping your feet warm from what I researched.

Warm Food Eat warm food so that it makes it easier on your body and your body can digest quicker and use less energy therefore that energy can be used to warm up your body.

Exercise Keep that body moving for at least 15 min a day. You can join a gym or exercise from home.

Elevate Your Feet Keep your feet elevated this will help the blood flow also try to keep your feet from staying in one position.

Warm Soak You can Soak your feet in warm water for about 15 min to warm your feet it will relax you and also promotes circulation.

Yoga is great for your overall health and Mental well being so get out your yoga mats
and meditate!

Also some great herbs to keep you warm inside one of my favorite is Ginger, I love ginger tea it's spicy warm and it gets your blood moving. Drinking a nice cup of tea to ward off the chill, you can drink green tea, chamomile, mint etc...

Basically what it boils down to stay fit eat well keep your body moving and get regular check ups to monitor your blood pressure, cholesterol and overall health.