plante, en vogue || #monsteramonday
Update on my Monstera propagation (water) baby with this funky little snap I took today: 9 months in and she's looking beautiful! Discovered a new leaf about to unfurl. No splits yet. 🌿
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Its the end of an era folks. My psychedelic rug has gone from the lounge 😿. I held out for as long as I could but the years of smushed up weetabix, yogurt and general unidentifiable mush meant it had to go. Loving how light and bright the room looks now (although I know, what kind of mother buys a white rug with 1 & 3 year old boys right?? 🙀). Couldn’t quite part with my colourful friend though and have moved it to my office to continue getting trashed. Happy Friday to you all! 🌿✨
What do you do when you are looped in by #architecturaldigest to do a series on one of your favourite topics – #plants ?
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・・・ If you live in a city, then you probably know the struggle of maximizing your tiny #apartment . You have minimal counter space, little-to-no room for accent tables, and it seems like your stuff keeps multiplying. Well, little is all that we are going to leverage for a tiny home makeover that relies on #indoorplants . Nothing infuses your pad with a pop of colour and life like greenery!
Writer: Deepthi Radhakrishnan (@deepseabugs)
Photo courtesy: @juicyplants
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“I don’t think I ever really kissed any boys. I think my tongue had just been punching their tongues. But as soon as you loved me, all my callous went away, my hands so soft it hurt to pray.” - Andrea Gibson
🌱 🌱 Tulsi (Holy Basil)
In Ayurveda, the medicinal and spritual attributes of tulsi are described. It is known as the queen of herbs. Its botanical name is Ocimum Sanctum and belongs to mint family.Two types of tulsi are there, th
e greener variety is called Rama Tulsi and the greenish black variety is called Krishna Tulsi.
Uses of Tulsi in Ayurveda • Tulsi reduces blood pressure level and cholestrol. • It is a good incrediant for making toothpaste because it reduces bad breath,reducing tooth ache, and it kills almost 98 percent of germs in the mouth. • For making herbal cosmetics, it is widely used. It purifies the blood and its juise is used for the treatement of various skin diseases. • Tulsi is also good for eye diseases. Soak some basil leaves and wash your eyes with this water will reduce the infectional diseases in your eyes. • Fresh juice of Tulsi is used in Nasya karma, so it is good for relieve from fever(Tulsi juse mixed with honey),headache,sore throat, flu and chest congestion. • It helps in regulating uric acid levels in body, thereby elimination risks of developing kidney stones. • Seeds of tulsi are effective in premature ejaculation and also increase the quantity of semen. • Tulsi is enriched with #Vitamin A and C. • Prepare Tulsi juse and mixed it with coconut oil and boils it. It will reduce hair fall and reduce your stress. • Tulsi balances #vata ,#pitta and kabha, it can be used in any season for all types. As a kapha-reducing #herb , tulsi supports the healthy expectoration of mucus from the lungs and respiratory tract as well as any excess mucus in the digestive tract. • It works as a natural cancer treatement.People who regularly consume tulsi are less susceptible to developing #cancer cells.
Tulsi (Holy Basil)
I find that when your vocation and sense of meaning come from pursuing a creative endeavour, if you don't do it, you get miserable. This has been my own experience and I have also seen the transformation in some students as they enter their own creative space. It feels like coming home.
There, it is possible to create something where there was nothing before, at least, nothing much more than a basic material. When you first experience this, you get the tingle of euphoria.
After a while it becomes normal practice, then you get the feeling that you need to take it up a notch to the next level and challenge what you thought you were capable of. Like in a dare, the fear that you may fail at the jump shows up and this is when the real game begins.
Found what ive always called "Creeping Strawberry" but couldn't find any information about it online, on iNaturalist, or my plant book of Ontario. Does anyone know of another name? @devon.doane @junaidoutdoors @canadian.myles
Nothing is permanent but change ~ Elbert Hubbard
Today is the day. Today I woke up with a shift in my perspective and a flutter in my heart✨
I’ve always been a creature of habit and feared the unknown, but I’m ready to move on from everything that has been holding me back and make this dream life a reality ❤️💫
Also, these fearless, morphing leaves make me SO happy 😁