Welina mai kākou a Hauʻōli Aloha Pō’aōno. Ō ka maluhīa no me ʻoe.
Warmest greetings to you all and a Happy Aloha Saturday. Peace be with you.
Aloha mai a me Hau’ōli Aloha Pō’alīma kākou. ʻŌla Aloha, Ē Aloha, Pūʻu Aloha, Hanu Ke Aloha. ‘Ūa maikā’i nō pule kikipani ōukōu. Ō kā maluhia nō me ‘oe.
Greetings everyone and Happy Aloha Friday Everyone. Live aloha, Be Aloha, share aloha, breathe aloha. Have a nice weekend, everyone. Peace be with you.
Welina mai a Hau’ōli Aloha Pō’ahā kākou. Ō kā maluhia nō me ʻoe.
Warmest greetings and a Happy Aloha Thursday to you all. Peace be with you.
Maikā’i kākahiāka a Hau’ōli aloha Pō’akāhi kākou. ‘Ohoihoi lā nāni nōu. Ō kā maluhia nō me ‘oe.
Good morning and a Happy Monday to you all. Enjoy a beautiful day. Peace be with you.
Maikāʻi kākahiāka a me Hauʻōli aloha Lā’pule kākōu. Ē pīha keīa lā mea ke aloha a me kā pōnō. Hoihoi! Ō kā maluhīa nō me ʻoe.
Good morning and Happy Sunday to you all. May your day be filled with love and goodness. Enjoy! Peace be with you.
Welina mai e nā hōa ē a me hau’ōli aloha Pō’aōno! I Hopenapule maika’i oukou. ‘Ō kā maluhia nō me ‘oe.
Warmest greetings to you, Friends, and a happy aloha Saturday! Have a nice weekend everyone. Peace be with you.
Hau’ōli Aloha Pō’alima nā Kānāka … ‘Ohoihoi lā nāni nōu … Ō kā maluhia nō me ‘oe.
Happy Aloha Friday, People! Enjoy a beautiful day. Peace be with you!
Hauʻoli aloha Pōʻaha, ‘oukou. E loaʻa i kahi lā weliweli. ‘O ka maluhia no me ‘oe.
Happy aloha Tuesday, everyone. Have a terrific day! Peace be with you.
Hau’ōli Pō’alūa ā pau. Ē ʻano keīa ʻano ā me kaukau aloha ī kekāhi ī keīa lā. Ī lā maikāʻi nōu. Ō kā maluhia nō me ʻoe.
Happy Tuesday to all. Be kind and loving towards someone today. Have a nice day. Peace be with you
Welina mai e hau’oli lā Po’akahi kākou. ‘Ua ke ALOHA ʻoe makemake ‘ia ʻole Ao. I lā maikāʻi nou. O ka maluhia no me ‘oe.
Greetings and Happy Monday, everyone. Be the ALOHA you wish to see in the world. Have a good day. Peace be with you.
What do Earl Gray tea, the confection Turkish Delight, the liqueur Bergamia, eau de cologne, and some air fresheners have in common? The answer is: the essential oil from the bergamot orange, Citrus ×bergamia, The Herb Society of America’s Herb of the Month for March. […]
Don’t know what to do with your time at home? Channel those energies creatively … construct a Tranquility fountain for your home today! Live in peace and aloha by reminding yourselves to Be Like Water as your approach to all things …
Maikā’i kākahiāka ʻohāna mau hōaloha. Pōmaikā’i ʻia ʻoe kākōu Lā’pūle. Ō kā maluhia nō me ʻoe.
Good morning, family and friends. May you all have a blessed Sunday. Peace be with you.
Welina mai kākou a Hauʻōli Aloha Pōʻaōno. Ō kā maluhīa nō me ʻoe.
Warmest greetings to you all and a Happy Aloha Saturday. Peace be with you.
Clove oil uses are incredibly impressive, ranging from improving blood circulation and reducing inflammation to helping acne and boosting gum health. One of the best-known clove oil uses is to reduce the pain associated with dental problems. Even mainstream toothpaste makers agree that clove oil reduces the pain and swelling that comes with a toothache.
In addition to being a proven anti-inflammatory and pain reducer, one of the common clove oil uses is as a broad-spectrum antimicrobial to keep countless diseases at bay, which is why it can be such a wise choice for boosting your immune system as well as a powerful addition to homemade cleaning products.
Plant Origin of Clove Oil
Indigenous to Indonesia and Madagascar, clove (Eugenia caryophyllata) can be found in nature as the unopened pink flower buds of the tropical evergreen tree. Picked by hand in late summer and again in winter, the buds…
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Welina mai a Hau’ōli Aloha Pō’alima a me nā kānāka! ‘Ūa maikā’i ī nō pūle kikipani me ‘ōhana a me nā hōaloha. ʻŌ kā maluhīa nō me ‘oe.
Warmest greetings and Happy Aloha Friday, People! Have a great weekend with family and friends. Peace be with you.
Welina mai e nā hōa ē a hau’ōli aloha Pō’ahā! ‘Ō kā maluhia nō me ‘oe.
Warmest greetings to you, Friends, and a happy aloha Thursday! Peace be with you.
Aloha kākōu ā me aloha kākahiāka. Kona kūpanaha Pō’ahā. Hō’oūna aloha ī nā mea a pau o’ ōukōu. Loāʻa hē nūi lā a me hōʻomau minoʻāka kākōu. Ō kā maluhia nō me ʻoe.
Hello and good morning. It’s a wonderful Thursday. Sending aloha to all of you. Have a great day and keep smiling, everyone. Peace be with you.
Plants commonly known as elder belong to the genus Sambucus and consist of 20-30 species of deciduous trees and shrubs in the Adoxaceae, or moschatel, family.1-3 Sambucus species are native to forested temperate and subtropical climates and grow to an average height of 32 feet (10 m).1,3 Elder shrubs have light brown or gray stippled bark and narrow, dark green pinnately compound leaves with five to nine toothed leaflets.2,4 In early summer, elder plants produce flat to roundish clusters of tiny, cream-white, saucer-shaped flowers. Depending on the species, the clusters of small fruits, botanically characterized as drupes, are blue-black, black, or red (and rarely, yellow or white).2,3 The only elder species with a history of culinary use are those that produce blue-black or black fruits. Elder species are highly adaptable and readily naturalize in an area, making them potentially invasive outside their native range.3 This…
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Hau’ōli aloha Pōʻakōlu. Mālāma mākou i kā hopena ʻo kā pūle. E ʻoluʻolu i kāu lā. Ō kā maluhīa nō me ʻoe.
Happy aloha Wednesday. We are half way through the week. Enjoy your day everyone. Peace be with you.
Doctors, alternative medicine advocates, and researchers are increasingly interested in the potential health benefits of the Chaga mushroom (Inonotus obliquus). Some studies on Chaga mushrooms have yielded promising results.
Nine potential benefits
In this article, we look at the potential health benefits of Chaga mushrooms and the research behind the claims.
1. Nutrient-dense superfood
Chaga mushrooms are rich in a wide variety of vitamins, minerals, and nutrients, including:
- B-complex vitamins
- vitamin D
- amino acids
2. Preventing and fighting cancer
Increasingly, researchers are taking…
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If you’re a fan of mushrooms, rejoice! These nutritious little fungi have several known benefits to our health, including lowering your chance of heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. And now, there appears to be yet another advantage to eating mushrooms. New research shows that they may help protect the brain from degenerative conditions such as dementia.
The study, which took place at the University of Malaya in Kuala Lumpur, found that regular consumption of certain types of mushrooms may be associated with brain changes that reduce the risk of developing dementia.1 After analyzing 10 different types of mushrooms, the investigators determined that they promoted the increased production of nerve growth factors in the brain, which contributes to the formation of new neurons in the gray matter, an important factor in our ability to retain and retrieve memories.
What kinds of mushrooms were most beneficial? Unfortunately, not the white or…
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In our traditional kinship systems, children were the at the center of the family system. Everything we did was with, and for, the children. Women had babies on their back, breasts, and hips while […]
Growing Your Own Vegetable is Not Only Fun but you’ll know What Exactly Went into the plants at every stage which is not the case with store bought food. While growing plants in a busy city and apartment might seem like an impossible-task, There are fruits and veggies you can grow in pots that can sit pretty on a super small-porch, fire-escape, or even in a well-lit indoor area. And, unlike traditional gardens, you won’t have to deal with many intrusive weeds either!
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Maikā’i kākahiāka e Hau’ōli aloha Pō’alūa kākōu. ‘Ohoihoi lā nāni nōu. Ō kā maluhīa nō me ‘oe.
Good morning and a Happy Tuesday to you all. Enjoy a beautiful day. Peace be with you.
There are few scents in this world that evoke the feeling of clean – lavender is one of them. Its common and scientific name originates from lavare, the Latin word for wash or bathe. Lavender was popular as a linen-washing herb in Europe, no doubt due to its pleasant aroma, but it also possesses antiseptic qualities and can help to keep insects at bay. Discouraging or killing insects was paramount before the invention of glass windows and screens, a time when humans often shared the same roof with flea and lice-ridden livestock. Maude Grieve writes in A Modern Herbal (no longer especially modern, as it was written in 1931):
Dried Lavender flowers are still greatly used to perfume linen, their powerful, aromatic odour acting also as a preventative to the attacks of moths and other insects. In America, they find very considerable employment for disinfecting hot rooms and keeping away…
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