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Flower Crowns for Fellow Fairies@Vintage Foxx

Flower Crowns for Fellow Fairies

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Vintage Foxx

02:51 pm, by fifthelemental



"2013, New Horizons"
Working w/ Hayley Anne Photography

"2013, New Horizons"

Working w/ Hayley Anne Photography

02:58 pm, by fifthelemental



Bach flower session, Maui - mixing essence

Bach flower session, Maui - mixing essence

07:37 am, by fifthelemental10 notes



Personal Bach flower remedies made in Maui- Fawn Lilly  &  Self Heal

Personal Bach flower remedies made in Maui- Fawn Lilly  &  Self Heal

12:17 pm, by fifthelemental2 notes



yep, in Maui

yep, in Maui

01:24 am, by fifthelemental7 notes



Hibiscus



Internal use



-As herbal tea, used to treat loss of appetite, colds, or as a mild laxative and diuretic. You can use dried hibiscus flowers by adding them to boiling water. Then let them steep for a few minutes before pouring through a sieve. To really enjoy the cooling effects of Hibiscus tea, pour it over ice and add some fresh juice.



External Use

-It can be used for eczema and other skin conditions
-In hair treatments, hibiscus restores the hair’s natural barrier, rehydrating the keratin fibers and regenerating its structure. Hibiscus can also be incorporated into dandruff products as it contains a high degree of hydroxy-acids. These substances collaborate in restoring balance and also enable the scale produced in washing to be eliminated.-In treatments for dry hair, the components of Hibiscus can increase moisture and generate a hydro- lipid film, which gives hair its silky, shiny look.
Hibiscus


  • Internal use
-As herbal tea, used to treat loss of appetite, colds, or as a mild laxative and diuretic. You can use dried hibiscus flowers by adding them to boiling water. Then let them steep for a few minutes before pouring through a sieve. To really enjoy the cooling effects of Hibiscus tea, pour it over ice and add some fresh juice.
  • External Use
-It can be used for eczema and other skin conditions
-In hair treatments, hibiscus restores the hair’s natural barrier, rehydrating the keratin fibers and regenerating its structure. Hibiscus can also be incorporated into dandruff products as it contains a high degree of hydroxy-acids. These substances collaborate in restoring balance and also enable the scale produced in washing to be eliminated.
-In treatments for dry hair, the components of Hibiscus can increase moisture and generate a hydro- lipid film, which gives hair its silky, shiny look.
12:44 am, by fifthelemental7 notes



Planet Raw
benefits of raw foods, + recipes

Planet Raw

benefits of raw foods, + recipes

08:58 pm, by fifthelemental1 note



Little morning visitor

Little morning visitor

04:02 pm, by fifthelemental4 notes



Today- Dried Kale & Cilantro w/ lime

2 bunches fresh kale, stemmed, torn into bite-size pieces
Extra virgin olive oil
Flaky sea salt
1 lime
cilantro
pinch of red pepper flakes (optional)
Directions


Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.

Place the kale & cilantro in a large bowl and dress very lightly with olive oil so the leaves are barely coated. Add pinch of salt. Spread the leaves out across 2 roasting sheet trays so they aren’t stacked up on each other too much. Roast in the oven until crispy but still green, 12 to 15 minutes. Remove from the oven and dress with a squeeze of fresh lime or a touch of crushed red pepper flakes.

Today- Dried Kale & Cilantro w/ lime

  • 2 bunches fresh kale, stemmed, torn into bite-size pieces
  • Extra virgin olive oil
  • Flaky sea salt
  • 1 lime
  • cilantro
  • pinch of red pepper flakes (optional)

Directions

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.

Place the kale & cilantro in a large bowl and dress very lightly with olive oil so the leaves are barely coated. Add pinch of salt. Spread the leaves out across 2 roasting sheet trays so they aren’t stacked up on each other too much. Roast in the oven until crispy but still green, 12 to 15 minutes. Remove from the oven and dress with a squeeze of fresh lime or a touch of crushed red pepper flakes.

10:19 pm, by fifthelemental6 notes

Sea Oleena - Sister (by lukeloseth)

03:15 am, by fifthelemental