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lianahee:

♥Mint Mermie! ♥

Gouache on Arches Watercolor paper.

Final painting and a couple of work-in-progress shots.

(vía fairytalemood)

shortcuttothestars:

Some friends from the Lolita circle and I are planning to go to Japan in the spring of 2016 (yes, we plan ahead, we need to save up!) and I just can’t wait!!!!

(Fuente: littlemisspaintbrush, vía cottonmilkk)

everydayamermaid:

by Shishir Naik
motleycraft-o-rama:

Rachel Whiting, on desire to inspire.
fruitandtea:

H E R B A L  R E M E D I E S // menstrual cramps
Valerian Root - relieves anxiety, relaxes muscles, improves quality of sleep. contains antispasmodic properties that can ease tension and cramps.
Cinnamon - potent anti-inflammatory properties.
Star Anise - reduces bloating and nausea, promotes regulated flow, disinfects and soothes the stomach, improves digestion.
Ginger - reduces nausea/fatigue associated with menstruation, promotes pain relief in the stomach and digestive system, anti-inflammatory.
Dandelion Root - cleanses stomach and digestive system, reduces headaches associated with menstruation, relieves water retention, reduces bloating and cramping.
Chicory Root - decreases swelling and bloating, regulates appetite, contains mild laxative effect.
DIY Tea Blends
Relaxation: steep valerian root, peppermint leaves, and licorice root in boiling water for 10-15 minutes.
Happy Tummy: steep fresh ginger root (or ginger tea) with cinnamon, star anise, and a pinch of cayenne pepper in boiling water for 15-20 minutes.
Cramp Relief: steep dandelion flowers and roots with hibiscus flower in boiling water for 10-15 minutes. Steep with chicory root for an additional 5 minutes.

lohrien:

Illustrations by Freeminds

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solo-vintage:

Senza titolo by ondiraiduveau on Flickr.

seducedbysoap:

Another Castile soap…scented in essential oils of lemon, sage, and ginger…Again what is Castile soap? It is soap made with a formula of 100% olive oil-meaning no other oils or butters were used in the making of this soap. This soap is still so friggin soft even after 3 days in the mold! I steeped some grated lemon peel in my lye solution to give it a sunny yellow color which of course you can’t see cause I didn’t angle the soaps right duh….I sprinkled the tops with some dried calendula.

I’ll have to let this soap cure for at least 3 months-just in time for the holidays. I’m hoping it will be rock hard by then…