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COLD REMEDIES: TREATING THE COMMON COLD WITH NATURAL HERBS

30th March 2012
Natural herbs have been used as cold remedies for thousands of years. People all across the world have used organic, healthy, and aromatic plants to prevent, heal, and relieve pain due to the common cold, and still use them today. Before making a trip to ... Read >
Author: XennMarketing

Stop Hair Loss: Scalp Massage Techniques for Hair Care

29th June 2011
Despite the many skeptics who question the unique properties of this method, scalp massage is still one of the most well known therapeutic procedures to help stop hair loss. Scalp massage has been used for hundreds of years by the people from various c... Read >
Author: selenecabrera

Choosing Between PVC And HDPE Piping

06th May 2011
Plastic piping has been used for over 60 years in a wide variety of applications. It is significantly easier to work with than traditional metal piping and can be used almost anywhere metal is and some places it cannot. There are two types of plastic pipi... Read >
Author: Matt Grigg

An Golden Opportunity With Mazu Gold

26th February 2011
Last October of 2010, Mazu Global anounced a new product, which they trademarked Mazu Gold™. With Handcrafted Nutrition™ – meaning the organic ingredients are harvested and processed by hand, this liquid health elixir, enhances your immune system, protect... Read >
Author: Stephen Nagle

The difference between 201 and 304 stainless steel

14th January 2011
Stainless steel is a term used to refer to several different metals that are commonly used in industries including transportation, construction, and even architecture. Two commonly used alloys are 201 and 304. While all stainless steels contain more than ... Read >
Author: James

Sabona Copper Bracelets - The Important Advantages

21st December 2010
Sabona copper bracelets are objects of beauty sought after for many reasons. No matter what style Sabona copper bracelet you choose, whether it is one that can be worn on any occasion or a high end bracelet suited for special occasions, users agree that t... Read >
Author: Joe Arthur

Guide to The Coconut Pearl

08th December 2010
One of the most important things that people need when they are purchasing a pearl is to be able to authenticate it to determine its value. Coconut pearls can be difficult to authenticate because of their nature. Most of these pearls are made of aragonite... Read >
Author: sunnyy

What You Need To Know About Ferrofluid?

16th August 2010
Have you heard of ferrofluid? It's not a substance that comes up in daily conversation, unless you're a scientists for experimenter. This substance is a liquid that contains iron particles. It has some unique properties that have allowed a variety of prod... Read >
Author: Rudy Silva

A Crisis Looms - Silver Supplies Have Fallen Short of World Demand for 20 Years

02nd July 2010
A crisis looms. Supplies of silver are quickly disappearing as the worldwide market demand continues to grow. New high-tech uses for silver and the demand outpacing the annual production every year since 1990 is causing the depletion of silver's above-gro... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Final Fantasy III and V: Get a Ffxiv gil Job

08th June 2010
Square Enix dropped the growth system from Final Fantasy II, but retained the idea that the player himself was to adjust the character's abilities. Final Fantasy III, they were an ingenious hollow that each character must not be bound to a role. Instead, ... Read >
Author: Baatar

Why does copper turn green - an explanation of the patina process

11th September 2009
Most people know that pennies are made of copper, but are you aware that the Statue of Liberty is also constructed from this timeless and durable metal? Even if this comes as no surprise to you, you may be confused by why pennies are such a shiny bron... Read >
Author: Andre Savoie,
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