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Sunday, July 21, 2013

MY CUPPA LOVE!

I love Tea always have since I was a little thing. Tea was always a staple in my Grandmother's home, she was of Irish decent. Tea at breakfast, Tea at lunch.,Tea at dinner...you got the gist....Tea was also for when I had a skinned knee and as my falls got bigger in life there was always a HOT CUPPA waiting for me a Cuppa of love from my Gram.... I learned early on the "healing" of a cup of tea, I think Gram's love had some thing to do with it too. Tea makes moments in time,soothes our bellies and hearts.
One of my Favorite tea quotes is: ""Drink your tea slowly and reverently, as if it is the axis on which the world earth revolves - slowly, evenly, without rushing toward the future." ~Thich Nat Hahn~

As I got older, I have always been intrigued by the varieties and properties of tea... So It was natural that I would one day find a company to stand by and represent,Especially a small company, run by a woman, and that had organic products... and on a business end a good commission/compensation plan and great rep support.
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Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Grapes – Signatures of Food Doctrine


Grapes – Signatures of Food Doctrine
A grape resembles a blood cell. They also hang together in the shape of the heart. Three important components of grapes are flavonoids, phenolic acids and resveratrol which are most concentrated in the skin, stems and seeds and associated with good health.
Flavonoids contribute to the colour purple. Flavonoid compounds also include quercitin and resveratrol. There has been a lot of research into these two anti aging compounds which are said to reduce the risk of heart disease. COURTESY OF AUTHENTIC DISCOVERIES : https://www.facebook.com/pages/Authentic-Discovery/117004338351506

Coconut Oil - The Best Moisturizer in the World


Coconut Oil - The Best Moisturizer in the World.

This healing oil is simply a must have moisturizer. Coconut Oil has many health benefits and has antibacterial qualities which cleanses the skin by removing toxins. It can be used as a moisturizer that will help heal, protect and sooth the skin of your entire body. Polynesians have been known for their beautiful skin that they have used daily since birth.

Many people have reported very obvious results on their skin while using Coconut Oil for any type of skin disorder such as eczema, psoriases, nappy rash and acne. This beautiful oil is nourishing and nurtures damaged skin via both external and internal means. Use after you have cleansed and apply the coconut oil to allow its powerful healing properties to heal, protect and nurture your skin.

Tip: Coconut Oil is an excellent make up remover, sun tan lotion, and sunburn treatment.

Extracted from my book, "Pure Authentic Skin Care for Everyday, Acne and Wrinkles"...so so simple: www.authenticdiscovery.com.au

Honey as Antiaging or Acne Facial Mask?



Honey as Antiaging or Acne Facial Mask?
Yes that’s right a skin care regime would not be complete without honey and some skin care products on the market use honey in their formulas. For thousands of years, honey has been known for its powerful antiseptic, antioxidant and cleansing properties for your overall health and skin beauty.

Honey is beneficial in the healing of cuts – just a very small amount is usually all that is required to put on a cut to speed up healing and help prevent infection. If honey can aid healing of a cut then imagine what it can do for damaged skin overall!

To make a mask, you can simply apply a small amount of water to make the honey slightly more liquid and apply to the face. Leave to dry for 20 mins then wash off thoroughly. This is very cleansing and healing to problem skin and many have reported to its usefulness in treating acne and scarring.

Another trick is to mix 1 tablespoon of honey to 1 egg yolk and leave on your skin for 20 minutes or, you can add to this mix 1 teaspoon of yogurt (cultured and organic) and or ½ teaspoon of any good quality oil such as coconut oil to the honey and egg . Mix well and apply a thin layer over your skin and rest for 20 mins. Wash thoroughly.
Ensure you only use raw honey.
Sourced from ebook “Pure Authentic Skin Care for Acne, Wrinkles and Everyday”www.authenticdiscovery.com.au