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"cedar wood" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:52 min | Last month

"cedar wood" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Just saw Twitter. Somebody was tweeting out the pictures of Alexandria, Cossio Cortez. When she went down to the one of the detention facilities in the southern border back and 2018 when she was first running for the house is down there and take crying and looking on the shoes, staring at a fence that blocked an access road wasn't anywhere near where they were being held. And she was very upset and boy, How did she spend the next three years Just tweeting nonstop and speaking, non stop about the horrible conditions at the Trump Administration was putting illegal aliens and And she's since tweeted twice about what the Biden administration is doing the exact same thing, hypocrisy much Now keeping you connected with the latest views. This is talk radio 6 80, Wcbm and Wcbm calm. Good morning, It's 10 30 on Michael Philip Ellie in the 6 80 Wcbm Maryland News Center with the headlines in the news this hour. New jobless claims in Maryland or nearly double for the second week. In March, there were more than 24,000 new unemployment claims filed for the week of March six. That's up from over 13,000 week. Prior, nearly 17,000 word pandemic related. Baltimore County is waving liquor license fees this year. Normally, license holders have to pay an annual fee by May 1st, but not this time. It's being waved for Class B, C and D licenses, which includes restaurants, nonprofit clubs and taverns. But business is still have to file for the waiver to be excused from paying it. 22 year old man was shot in the Cedar Wood Circle Home and Pikesville early Wednesday morning, Dominic Boston, found with a gunshot wound to the upper body and was taken to an area hospital where he died. Police have not released any information on a suspect or a motive. The Hartford County sheriff's office investigating an armed Tuesday robbery of a job a medical marijuana dispensary on Pulaski Highway. Man threatened to rise dispensary employees after business hours. No gun was shown but was implied and the suspect stole cash and fled the employee treated for minor injuries. One person was struck by a train Wednesday afternoon in Hagerstown and has died. It's unclear just how the person ended up on the tracks. The investigation continues. Wcbm news time 10 31 will have a brief look at sports and your Weather Channel forecast is next. You have a house that you need to sell, but not sure how to go about it. Hey, I'm Joe Hartmann, Owner, Perry Hall Investment group were local and family operated. We bought hundreds of properties from people just like you. We pay top dollar buying as his condition. Best of all, There are no closing costs or real estate commissions to pay. Our process is very simple with chat on the phone for a few minutes about your property will set up a time to take a look at it, and I'll make you a cash offer on the spot. Easy is that We take the inconvenience and the hassle.

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"cedar wood" Discussed on Yahshua The Messiah Ministry

Yahshua The Messiah Ministry

02:30 min | 2 months ago

"cedar wood" Discussed on Yahshua The Messiah Ministry

"Because of how sanctified that place was why because the presence of ya was going to be there tucked on the verse fourteen and solomon built the house and finished it and he built the walls of the house inside with beams of cedar from the floor of the house to the walls of the ceiling. He overlaid the insight with wood and cover the floor of the house with boards of for and he built the twenty cubits on the back part of the house with boards of cedar from the floor to the walls and he built ford inside for the sanctuary for the holy of holies the very room that would be jalis room. His presence and house was forty cubic. That is the sanctuary. Before and the cedar for the house inside was carvings of girds and flowers spread out the whole was cedar. Not a stone was seen so everything was covered with cedar wood and prepared the holy of holies in the midst of the house to place the ark of the covenant of yak way. They're come down the verse. Twenty one and solomon inside with refined gold in cost it do passover in chains of gold to the face of the holy of holies and overlaid with gold and all of the house with gold and to all of the house was complete and he overlaid with gold. All of the alter that belong to the holy of holy. So why could you imagine not only was this place made with gigantic unbelievable who stones right that were taken out and brought there and put together but then once the place was and it was done the overlay the whole thing with cedar wood and then overlaid the wood with gold so you would walk into their and it would literally you know Be something that you couldn't even imagine. That was all filled with gold. That was there. And so sacred. Was the place so set apart was the place because now ark of the covenant the very thing that y'all way chose to dwell on there that even when they built it on the roof of the sanctuary they had little spikes all around so not even birds not even pigeons would be able to sit on top of that house so they looked did this and rightly so because when you always presences somewhere while places set apart and it was a setup part place.

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"cedar wood" Discussed on Natural Curiosity

Natural Curiosity

06:59 min | 6 months ago

"cedar wood" Discussed on Natural Curiosity

"Keeping everybody else safe in the family and that includes our beloved paths. Really quality a safety issue and also benefit issue. if it's not a high quality oil, you might not get the benefit that you're actually. Because the the components aren't there now I have seen my next question at thank you for going into sleep because that's according to people. I don't have that problem but I do know that there's so many that do that I. I'm really wanted you to cover that. The second question I have is I've seen people as a matter of fact, lady Liu gave me a gift wants and it's a necklace and you put the oils in to a necklace, and then you breathe that oil all day. How is that good for you is that? Is Very beneficial way of using essential oils very personally to you because you know you're wearing your diffuse a necklace, you're having your essential oils on them and actually really only are. Exposed to it, you know breathing it. And that can really support it can't support emotional balance can support your respiratory system can't support immune system depending on which oils adding to your diffuse Annapolis I Francis also aware aromatherapy bracelets and so they have Nov beats on them. So I can in the morning I, could like drop off a certain oil that at one for the day onto lobbied beach, and then during the day, you can just smell it and it's right there on my wrist and s marlet and the send x. stays up to twenty four hours on. Most. This a little bit because I think it's so important. Think about. I can have one smell like I can walk by a plant like a flower or something I can. Just, a brief smell, and it can bring me back to my childhood. It can bring up all kinds of feelings emotions. With just a little tiny sniff of something so I can see how these oils would really help. So let's start talking about stress now. One. Of the things that I had a happened to me was I was going into a stressful situation. I had three days to think about it. I worked myself up to a frenzy went by the time I was walking in the door to this event. I was shaking I was shaking before even I talked to the lady and So I thought to myself when you were talking about this I thought now that would have been a perfect time for me to wear the necklace to have some stress relief type of oil in there. What do you? What would what would have been really great unhelpful for you would have been a combination off citrus oils because citrus oils are naturally distressing so they. Stress at the same time, they put us into a good mood. Our energy levels and. Blended like wild orange maybe with something grounding because you said, you were anxious thinking at the meeting and working yourself up to. Calm down that anxiousness oils like seeing the woods Cedar Wood. Frankencense, know they're just how very help us calm. Roman camomile help us calm those whom so excited on. So anxious excited, you know emotions. So combine in different oils like would've really helped. You relieve some of that stress and help you feel more common centered. Working yourself towards that Another thing that could have been really helpful to you something that I teach is like a morning routine just to have like a really grounding morning routine already. Setting you up for that day. So you're not jumping out of bed right away when you alarm goes off and you're thinking right Wyoming gotta get myself ready for this meeting and all the emotion start rushing in. But just for the first fifteen to twenty minutes to do something very grounding and soothing for yourself, which could again the breathing routine that I teach before we fall asleep. So during back in the morning when you wake up with a grounding oil under the soles of your feet right away. And then doing something for fifteen minutes of makes you. Feel calm centered imbalanced. So whether that is meditation whether you like to sit and pray but you just like and sets. Listening to some Zan who music and maybe doing some really relaxing yoga poses even going for a walk windfall walk around the block but not thinking about what you have to do that day walking around the block. Being in the moment like you're. Paying, attention to your breath. How my breathing? How do my feet sound on the pavement when I'm walking? Would you know what I knew? I wanted to tell you guys about this is so exciting. So for those of you who are out there thinking about how you could do what she just told you to do I think this one is at least for me is is so exciting. So I decided it's Kinda cool here. Now it's like between sixty and eighty during the day, and so we're really excited the humidity's dropped down and I. Thought this is the perfect time to get out there and start walking in the morning, right? So. I. Have a cute little thing that I carry with me at all times. It's called a cellphone right but it has a fantastic camera on it. So I have started a new program for myself not for anybody else. Called, my morning view. and. So it's a project that I'm doing. So every morning, I'm finding something that I can take a picture of that. It's a beautiful flower tree or a a frog or whatever I find outside and even looking out here like I'm on the twelfth floor now overlooking all of Houston and it's gorgeous sometimes especially in the morning that bright sunshine you know this common and I'm just finding ways to relax myself in the morning I'm not one of those stressed out people in the morning I wake up and I have a big old smile on my face for some reason, I'm not sure why I'm still thinking how can I? Love myself more. Yes. You know and. To do it. That is so beautiful because that is really part of what teaching for the morning routine that if you take your walk to really be in the moment and just look around you to take the beauty taken the sounds, what are you seeing? What are you hearing? What are you feeling checking in with yourself again ADDS, members that are saying, hi, this is jody and she's loving paying attention. And, the thing is when a thought comes in, we can't block thoughts and we should never block any type of thoughts or emotions. We have to learn a way to let them.

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"cedar wood" Discussed on Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

04:52 min | 8 months ago

"cedar wood" Discussed on Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

"I we want to take a deep dive into the stronger protective blend. . The bright uplifting sent of stronger helps to evoke feelings of wellness and vitality whenever you need it the most. . Powerful combination of rose. . Let's. . Cedar Wood and Frankencense essential oils bring a strength and a utility to this blend that we know you'll love. . The rose. . A symbol. . Of. . Beauty. . Love. . Purity. . and Faith for centuries. . There are over one hundred species of roses and the world each with their own history and legacy. . The rose that we will be focusing on is the Rosa Damascene. . Ah. . More commonly known as the d-mass grows or sometimes as the rows of Casteel. . It's a rose that has been written about throughout literature. . With the fame Syrian poet knees are couponing writing. . I come to you from the tales of the Damascene rose that depicts the history of all fragrance. . Shakespeare reference, , the flower and his play twelfth night as well as his sonnet one thirty. . And the English poet Thomas Rivers wrote a whole owed to the Damascus grows. . Now. . Oldest known tangible historic evidence for the existence and possible use of roses. . Comes to us from the Minoan civilization. . The evidence is in the form of. . Of a fresco from the palace at. . In Thirty, , seven, , hundred BC. . The Damascus froze gets its name from Damascus the capital of Syria were the rose originates. . The French Crusader Robert Debris who took part in the siege of Damascus in eleven forty eight at the second crusade. . Is sometimes credited for bringing the mask rose from Syria to Europe? ? However other accounts state that the ancient Romans brought it to their colonies in England. . And a third account is that the physician of King Henry the eighth. . Gifted him one in fifteen forty. . Whatever way it made its not Europe, , it has made a large impact. . On not only the culture but also the economy. . For instance in Bulgaria. . In Bulgaria's Rose Valley, , the Damascus rose has been grown an picked for more than three hundred years. . and. . It's the center of the modern rose industry. . The rose has been utilized in everything from cooking to perfumes and rose waters to even some traditional medicinal practices. . And now it brings a beautiful floral note and years of tradition to this blend. . Lithium might be the oil and this blend that you might be the most unfamiliar with. . It belongs to the Lorraine J. Family, , which includes the true. . And it's relatives although it's a very broad family that includes things from the bay leaf to the Avocado. . Lychee Cuba commonly known as May. . Be Chinese pepper or Mountain. . Pepper is a small tree native to southern China and Tropical Southeast Asia. . The tree bears Pale, , lemon scented flowers and small fruits that looked like peppers. . Which is where the nicknames come from. . Although, , it is native to southern China and other parts of Tropical Southeast Asia it is most widely cultivated in Japan. . Taiwan and China. .

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A Look Into Stronger and Harvest Spice

Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

04:52 min | 8 months ago

A Look Into Stronger and Harvest Spice

"I we want to take a deep dive into the stronger protective blend. The bright uplifting sent of stronger helps to evoke feelings of wellness and vitality whenever you need it the most. Powerful combination of rose. Let's. Cedar Wood and Frankencense essential oils bring a strength and a utility to this blend that we know you'll love. The rose. A symbol. Of. Beauty. Love. Purity. and Faith for centuries. There are over one hundred species of roses and the world each with their own history and legacy. The rose that we will be focusing on is the Rosa Damascene. Ah. More commonly known as the d-mass grows or sometimes as the rows of Casteel. It's a rose that has been written about throughout literature. With the fame Syrian poet knees are couponing writing. I come to you from the tales of the Damascene rose that depicts the history of all fragrance. Shakespeare reference, the flower and his play twelfth night as well as his sonnet one thirty. And the English poet Thomas Rivers wrote a whole owed to the Damascus grows. Now. Oldest known tangible historic evidence for the existence and possible use of roses. Comes to us from the Minoan civilization. The evidence is in the form of. Of a fresco from the palace at. In Thirty, seven, hundred BC. The Damascus froze gets its name from Damascus the capital of Syria were the rose originates. The French Crusader Robert Debris who took part in the siege of Damascus in eleven forty eight at the second crusade. Is sometimes credited for bringing the mask rose from Syria to Europe? However other accounts state that the ancient Romans brought it to their colonies in England. And a third account is that the physician of King Henry the eighth. Gifted him one in fifteen forty. Whatever way it made its not Europe, it has made a large impact. On not only the culture but also the economy. For instance in Bulgaria. In Bulgaria's Rose Valley, the Damascus rose has been grown an picked for more than three hundred years. and. It's the center of the modern rose industry. The rose has been utilized in everything from cooking to perfumes and rose waters to even some traditional medicinal practices. And now it brings a beautiful floral note and years of tradition to this blend. Lithium might be the oil and this blend that you might be the most unfamiliar with. It belongs to the Lorraine J. Family, which includes the true. And it's relatives although it's a very broad family that includes things from the bay leaf to the Avocado. Lychee Cuba commonly known as May. Be Chinese pepper or Mountain. Pepper is a small tree native to southern China and Tropical Southeast Asia. The tree bears Pale, lemon scented flowers and small fruits that looked like peppers. Which is where the nicknames come from. Although, it is native to southern China and other parts of Tropical Southeast Asia it is most widely cultivated in Japan. Taiwan and China.

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"cedar wood" Discussed on Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

01:42 min | 8 months ago

"cedar wood" Discussed on Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

"It. Doe Tara essential oil blends have been specially formulated to bring together the best and the most potent essential oils to help you in a variety of ways. You know you love the blends but you always know exactly which essential oils are inside. Today, we want to take a deep dive into to amazing lands and helped you learn a little bit more about the fantastic oils inside. Welcome back to essential oil solutions with Doto. The. podcast were Yo- here exciting useful and simple everyday uses for essential oils from experts in the field. If you like what you hear today. Great. Review and subscribe where ever you must. We appreciate hearing from you. We are thrilled to talk to you today about two plans that are ready to be by your side through out the fall and winter months. I we want to take a deep dive into the stronger protective blend. The bright uplifting sent of stronger helps to evoke feelings of wellness and vitality whenever you need it the most. Powerful combination of rose. Let's. Cedar Wood and Frankencense essential oils bring a strength and a utility to this blend that we know you'll love. The rose..

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"cedar wood" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

04:36 min | 10 months ago

"cedar wood" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"This is Stephen. Calling from Bala cynwyd Pennsylvania just outside Philadelphia. Ballots out in the main line. Right Alec with, isn't it like a a Welsh name with no vowels in it there are maybe two fouls. Count why of AL, maybe three or four I. don't count why Avowal I just. You know that's just how I am Stephen. Welcome to the show. You're going to play the game which you Mr Truth from fiction bill. What is Stevens topic during a big glass of Peter Sago milk. Who Doesn't love celebrity? Air Jordan Britney Spears Perfume DR CI scented sanitizer. Our panelists are going to tell you about a new product bearing the name of somebody famous. Pick the real one. You'll win our prize. The waiter of your choice on your voicemail ready to play. Out All right I, let's hear from Hari. Kondabolu, in one of the more surprising branding attempts in the history of rock music, the legendary heavy metal band metallica has released their own line of bug killing sprays all named after metallica songs for ants, it seek and destroy for moths. It's fade to black for bedbugs. It's enter Sandman which they claim keeps bugs asleep forever. And finally for roaches. It's master of Roaches, which is a sad play on master of puppets. It seems obvious that the band had run out of song names. The poison was created by Metallica fan and chemist Chris Hackney after being sprayed the head of the past move back and forth rapidly and then explodes. Hackney said it was awesome to see insects dying in a very medal way. You know by head banging. When reached for comment, metallica Drummer Lars Old Rick defended what some would call crass commercialism and selling out. How is this selling out? Death? Destruction insects all consistent with the METALLICA brand. He continues, I mean what does Paul Newman have to do with salad dressing in popcorn? When asked if like Paul Newman all the profits would go to charity. There was a long silence over the phone before Mr. Alrich said hello. Sorry I think I lost you hello, and then hung up metallica bug killing sprays as offered by the famous metal band. Your next story of Bizarro Brandon comes from faith sally. Millions of US, Know William Shatner as James. T Kirk, the dashing young captain of the USS Enterprise, but in reality Shatner is a dashing eighty nine year old, and the Star Trek Legend is launching himself on a new mission Schilling Line of adult diapers called Star Pants. That's pants with a Z.. Says Shatner in his first star Pants ad, which has started to air on cable news networks, and only shattner could make incontinence briefs this cool. They come in vivid nineteen sixties, Star Trek uniform colors, gold, blue and red, although real star Trek fans. No, you have to have a death. Wish where the red ones there's a starfleet inspired triangular symbol on the front that becomes visible when the diaper is wet. Look so Shattner unapologetically. I knew this was coming. My name is destiny, and if you live long and prosper, you're GonNa Shattner Your Pants, oh and the diaper slogan. It is of course star pants to boldly go. William Branded Star Pants adult diapers and your last story. Of An oddball collaboration comes from Morocco. If you've ever hung out with a bunch of dead heads and thought, I'd like to smell like damn well. Take a whiff of this grateful. Dead Deodorant comes in sense like working man and sunshine, which are probably references to deadlier ex but I don't want to have to go and listen to find out. The. Ingredients, all of them organic of course include Brigham Aunt Cedar Wood Sage but not Pachulia seriously. It's some kind of joke. The label says that all of the ingredients are also edible well. That solves the munchies problem. Possible tag lines for the grateful dead deodorant include strong enough for a man made for a man who hasn't showered in six weeks or finally a job that lasts, says unbearably long as a grateful dead song. Of course, this isn't the first time the dead have inspired in essential household product..

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"cedar wood" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"cedar wood" Discussed on WGN Radio

"You know patients positive with the virus and you know trying to think about bringing that home it is scary for us and working on the frontlines he wondered how he could keep his family safe so I came up with the the tree house quarantine someone to show you a little bit welcome to my crib he and his wife Jenna considered buying an RV or even getting a hotel room the for doctor Barnes he wanted to be close to family in the easiest way to do that schools and transform this tree house into his temporary home this is comical well you could just live in the tree house the more I thought about I was like actually that work equips with just about everything you need in a bed takes a little getting used to sleeping on a on a bunk bed made out of out of cedar wood water and food and some water in the fridge so he cut inside here it looks like pickles for dinner a bathroom and even air conditioning now the set up may not be ideal but for doctor Barnes it's all about being close to home so family time for the Barnes does look a little bit different nowadays instead of hanging out inside the home with one another Dr barn sits on the front porch of the tree house while his kids and wife hang out in the backyard as much as we miss it terribly being in the house and being able to know how I can be with them daily the barn say the tree house quarantine is worth it to ensure they stay safe Corentin.

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"cedar wood" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"cedar wood" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Marine of cedar wood serves his country as a marine will you visit marines dot com or call one eight hundred marines the few the proud the marines instabilities are all around us everywhere we look we see opportunity in unexpected places and when we share our knowledge and connections we turn great ideas into action call like transforming to feed hungry children for providing lifesaving those fighting disease to gather we are people get involved today at rotary dot org slash action never change to talk to George Noory call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk tool free from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five to reach George via Skype user Skype name George nine seven three one three just send Georgia text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five two one from the gateway to the west this is coast to coast AM with George Noory next hour ETA call Eddie joins me as we talk about black magic and also the apocalypse right.

Strong All Season: Exercise | Meaghan Terzis

Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

09:29 min | 1 year ago

Strong All Season: Exercise | Meaghan Terzis

"Now I'm a busy mom of two. I run a busy household a an entrepreneur and so energy is so key in my day and so if I don't have enough energy. I'm not able to do the things that I really need to do. And the things that I need to get done. Sometimes it doesn't get done right so I wanNA make sure that my energy is up high and that I'm able to function from up here and so I wanNA share with you guys some of my favorite daughter products and oils that. I use to make sure that I'm on top of my game all right so first things first I wanna talk essential oils because we all know that dough. Tara has the most incredible essential oils and these. I've actually chosen three. That are my favorites now again. There's a ton of different oils. That will help and that we will love. These are three of my favorites. So number one being peppermint now peppermint. I'm sure that a of you guys can agree with me is a staple in my home. I love this oil. It comes everywhere with me. You'll find it in my purse. My Gym bag. You'll find it beside my bed in my bathroom. It literally is any everywhere that I go because it's one that I grab quite often throughout the day. This is a great oil for pre and post workout and how I use it for energy. Is that what I do is put one to two drops in the palm of my hand. I will rub my hands together and I'll just do a nice little tent. Be over the nose and it takes three big inhalations in what this is going to do. Is it's going to help to open up and support the airways another thing that I like to do is I like to take the remainder of the oil. That's on my hands. I like to rub it on the back of my neck and onto my shoulders because what that's doing is actually going to give this nice beautiful sensation and so I find that to be very invigorating. It's very energizing. And just you know when you're hitting that wall in the middle of the day and you're just needing something to help pick you up. Grab your peppermint oil. You'll be surprised how well this works. And how great this feels and just is a really feel good oil and again just a couple nice. Big inhalations is a great way to use your peppermint oil also. Great in the diffuser as well. Now I said my second I have three oils but actually my second one. I'm kind of classified as my citrus oils because citrus oils are very uplifting. Now do I have a one specific citrus oil that I love? It's hard to say because there's so many good ones I love wild orange I love lemon grapefruit citrus bliss so anything citrusy is very uplifting. It's very energizing. It's feel good so if you come to my house you will find diffusers. In every single room and in those diffusers you will typically find a citrus oil diffusing now what I love about citrus oils. Is that it blends well with pretty much anything and everything. So you can add some some floral to it if you want so your you know your drain. Yam or your Lang Lang or you could do something more. Mid To experiment or peppermint or something herbal. So I love things like Rosemary which is also really nice. And the diffuser as well so again using your your citrus oils to help. Energize you Is a great way to to help give you that little bit of boost of energy throughout your day again you can do a drop into your hands and again the ten teepee couple big inhalations and you can also apply to. Paul's point so the risks behind the ears Those are also great ways to use citrus oils. Also I know that. A lot of people love aromatherapy jewelry. So you can buy necklaces. And bracelets with the aromatherapy jewelry that have eleven beads or have felt beads so that you can apply oils and just kind of smell throughout the day My third favourite oil is actually blend so. Tara has some incredible blends and one of my favorite blends to help. Give me energy through. My Day is motivate if you have not tried this oil yet. I highly suggest that you do it. Such an uplifting feel-good oil. It again has pepper minute. Has Clementines has got peppermint got some citrus oils in there it also has coriander Basil Melissa Rosemary and a little bit of Vanilla. So it's very minty fresh clean smell and I use it the same way that I use my government and I use it the same way he's my citrus oils. Whether I Do a nice little tent and have a Nice Cup a nice couple big inhalations in or I put it in my diffuser. I apply it to my pulse points or put it on my jewelry. These are the ways that I loved oils air medically because when we breathe in natural aromatic compound is going through the olfactory the nose and it's hitting our limbic system in the brain which controls a lot of different things in the body and it's a great way to use oils to help support our moves in to help to support our feeling another incredible product that you can try to help to increase energy throughout your day is meadow to Max now. I'm not sure if you guys have tried this product yet but it's probably one of my favorites especially when it comes to a balanced stable energy. Alright so this is not energy stamina complex it. Has Things like Ginseng. Which is a natural energy boost? So it doesn't have things that are like harmful stimulants or caffeine. So you're not going to experience a crash. What this does is it actually delivers. Atp Andrea Cells. So it's actually enhancing might Oke Andrea function and again you're going to be delivered a solid stable balanced energy throat. You're so if you haven't yet tried this. It's an awesome product to try out like I said one of my favorites I typically like to use it in the morning Prior to my workout and again I like to get things done in the morning between six. Am and noon. And that's typically what. I like to use this product just to give that balanced table energy throat my day now again as we're talking about energy. I think it's important to know that there are many things in our life that contribute to what causes us to experience energy right. So it's not just grab your peppermint or grab your your oils. Which are great. They will help their great tools that we can put an tool belt for for emergencies and for things like that but we also want to look at our lifestyle right. Are we sleeping properly. Are we getting the right amount? Might amount of hours of sleep. Are we eating? The right. Diet are as neutral as our nutrition up to par right. Are we getting enough movement in into our daily into our day as well right? Are we moving our bodies are we? Are we exercising? And so I want you to really look at these areas can take a look like. Are there things that you can improve when it comes to sleep? I mean I I love having a good sleep routine in place right and I love a good bedtime routine for my children and for myself for me. I'm all it's all about self care so again I love being able to go in and get the diffusers going using some of my favorite nighttime oils things like lavender. Vetiver Cedar Wood Frankencense piece. So those are some of the oils that you'll find in the bedroom things that I like to use. I will always have a lavender touch roller bottle beside my bed to roll in the bottoms of my feet. I also like to have a piece of paper and a pen so that I can bring dumping but everything in my head onto paper so that it just helps me to have a better night's sleep right so look at your routines and create some great routines for yourself and for your family to help to improve your sleep because if you're sleeping better you're going to have more energy the next day or eight so take a look at that. We also want to look at our nutrition and our diet right. We WanNa make sure that we're eating the right foods right. We WanNa make sure eating fruits and vegetables. We WanNa make sure eating. Lean searches a protein complex. Carbohydrates healthy fats. We WanNa make sure that. We're watching the amount of sugar that we're eating processed foods. We want to eliminate or limit those things right so for me. I know that healthy diet but our foods aren't as nutrient dense. They were fifty years ago. So it's important for me to make sure that I'm using the right supplements in in in along with my Diet. Because that's what's going to help to give me energy now. I loved Otas. Lifelong vitality pack. It is definitely one of my favorite products that actually helps to give me energy throughout my day as well In here we have three different products that we use. We have our L. S. E. R. S. Which is our cellular complex. Which actually going to help provide great healthy cells in the body because as we age our cell to diminish you. It's important for us to have the the making sure that we're keeping those cells replenished we also have our Seo Omega which is our Omega supplement which is great for cardiovascular Brain and joint health and we also have our micro plex vm. It's it's got your twenty two essential vitamins and nutrients in there so again. You're not getting it if you're not getting it from your daily Diet it's important to make sure you get it and so for me. I've really noticed a huge difference in my overall energy throughout my day. By using this multivitamin and making sure that an eating a well balanced nutritional diet and then the third thing is obviously exercise and movement and a lot of people have business conception that in order to exercise it means you have to go and kill yourself from Jim. Right and like all these all these things that we have to go and work out for X. amount of hours really at the end of the day as long as you get your heart rate up. 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"cedar wood" Discussed on Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

09:53 min | 1 year ago

"cedar wood" Discussed on Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

"It's called Hiroki in preparation for this. I did a lot of research about the tree and history and I want to share a little bit of that with you guys Gnocchi or Japanese. Cyprus has been grown treasured and considered very sacred in Japan for centuries it's known for its very high quality timber her and has been used as a building material for temples shrines traditional no theaters and even ritual baths now during the feudal era in Japan. It is said had that five beautiful and majestic trees were planted and selected as the most valuable trees. They were known as the five trees of Kiesel and one of these trees was Hiroki so he not only grows within this area of the world and is very very sensitive to any impurities that might be around it. These trees suffer. If they're they're trying to grow in polluted environments so they grow mostly in areas where the air and the water around them as pure a lot of people believe that. This purity is reflected in in the woods appearance. It's a very light. Colored would has a compact straight grain and a very natural clear resin permeates the pores throughout creating of natural natural protection for the would one of the reasons that this Hiroki would has been so prized as a building. Material for sacred buildings. is its durability as the lumber from this tree has been observed throughout history. It's been shown that the durability of not actually continues to increase for about two hundred years even after it's been cut in fact the oldest one structure and the world is in Japan and was built using this. What about thirteen hundred years ago and sixty five percent scent of the original would still remains today? Not only that but people say that you can still smell the scent of the thirteen hundred year old gnocchi would to this day. That sent is one of the things that it's most famous for so it's incredible that it still remains thirteen hundred years later now. I mentioned mentioned earlier. That one of the ways that this would was used as in building temples and shrines for the Shinto religion now trees in the Shinto religion are considered sacred sacred and according to an ancient Shinto belief a god descended to a high pine on an elegant mountain to exist in a large or old tree and throughout about the history of the Shinto beliefs. These trees have continued to be seen. As sacred and sacred places in Shinto have been marked by shrines for many years so traditionally really and to this day and Nokia has been used to construct shrines and temples because of its importance to the religion. inoki would has also been used in shinto ceremonies and purification rituals and one of the excellent examples of this is the sambo which is a ceremonial stand us to bear food offerings in Shinto temples the stance of course are very sacred in the religion and are usually made of unpainted Hanoch would as I mentioned earlier. Hunky has a beautiful sent and it has been highly prized Japan for this sent so when Hannukah would is cut or scrubbed it emanates a very pleasing lemon smell and and has also been utilized in traditional Japanese stick incense for it's very light and earthy aroma so the Japanese have utilized. The Hiroki would to help them feel relaxed. Release stress rests reduce tiredness and to stimulate the brain with this incredible history in Japan and how much it has been revered and how sacred it is seen so many people. We are so excited to be able to produce a Hokey oil. We want to take a deeper look at the sourcing story behind this oil. So we are so excited have Bishnu Addicott who is our director of CO impact. Sourcing Carrot Dot Tara with us to talk about the sourcing of this beautiful Nokia Central Oil l.. Bishnu thank you so much for joining us today. This is a privilege to be in the group and be able to share some story from sourcing. INOKI okay beautiful oil. Can you tell us a little bit about where we get. The hulke would to make this oil He no key lemon scented oil comes from a discarded part of the trees when he gnocchi trees grow like thirty five meters tall and and one meter in diameter. These trees are really good for construction and furniture making whereas when when these lumber mills and factories produce a necessary size of timber their discarded parts. So we're able to take like those discarded parts that the lumber industry would normally just throw away and make this beautiful oil. That's just so incredible to me. Now where exactly in Japan do we get our cookie from. At present we source from Japan. The area called Samanta. It's kind of out of skirt you can call it village but but it's a pretty developed. Japanese vilis is a very slow growing tree but at the same time it is part of The forest is consider invasive species for a number of reasons it creates a canopy on the stop because of its lips and branches when those lips are fallen on the ground the cover the entire ground. So supplicating other species specially the native species to grow. Could you tell us a little bit about what you think. The most important aspects of the sourcing story are I would like to emphasize three components. Lay It is so important for the Tara to continue to source this oil. Why it it is important for users in this part of the world to be using this beautiful oil i? It has a very strong environmental of mental component. By using this we will reduce the pressure of public landfills. Because we're GONNA be using those does Discarded pieces of Timber Second. We will be promoting the growth of native species in in those areas where these trees ultimately monopolize the entire forest. Now it's open different species to grow for different bio-diversity Hi diversity in that area second thing. It's a government program. Government has established this for the purpose of keeping younger people employed in the outer skirt areas. Yes so that also provides a sustainable never supply chain. The trees are in a numerous numbers. I and the government license the harvesting groups to harvest harvest those trees in assistive fastened so the oil that we produce comes from a very long lasting sustainable source third hard the trees itself and it's The beauty of keeping the historical use and meaning of these particular. Plant two species because we are part of the supply chain now it will extend to the rest of the world at one limit to one lead to the Japanese apennines people but to the rest of the World This Day. Thank you so much for joining us today. You've given us such wonderful information and we truly appreciate all the work that you and your team does to bring us these beautiful essential oils. Thank you so much. We hope that this Gnocchi oil will become sacred and treasured in your house just as it has been treasured by people in Japan Japan for centuries it's a very calming a very wonderful sent to have around in your home. There are couple wonderful ways to utilize this oil in your home to bring bring that wonderful sent into your environment and really benefit from it. One of the ways. You can add a few drops to your bathwater. You can really make if your bath whether it's nightly or you just do it. On special occasions you can make that bath a really luxurious and aromatic experience and really taken that sent of the Hiroki oil will you can also combine it with a lotion and apply for a comforting massage topically. So that can be done in the morning at night. Whenever you're really needing that doc comfort and that soothing effect of the massage there are also a couple of incredible diffuser blends that I would love to recommend to using this Nokia oil? The first is one that I like to call Japanese Garden. It's two drops of Tangerine two drops of GNOCCHI and two drops of Siberian for. This is a great one to have going throughout the day in your house to create that Zen experience dot com experience that peaceful environment. In your home the next one I like to refer to it as eternal forest. So It's two drops of Pinocchio two drops a Frankencense and two drops of Cedar Wood and that Hannah became mixed with the other woods. The frankencense and the Cedar Wood creates a wonderful experience and really just brings in that. Woody Aroma. That you're looking for from the outdoors can help bring it into your house. We're so excited to bring you the special oil. It's wonderful benefits combined with its powerful impact. Story may get at one that you will want to have as part of your collection for sure. Thanks for joining us. And congratulations on living a healthier lifestyle with essential oils. If you liked what you heard today subscribe and leave us a review. We love hearing from you. Also if you want to try any of the products you just learned about Goto Tara Dot com or find. Find a wellness advocate near you to place your order today..

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"cedar wood" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution

The Essential Oil Revolution

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"cedar wood" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution

"Cnet plant would destroy the essential plant and you wouldn't get anything from it the flowers too fragile so every single part of it is extremely important not to go back to Cedar Wood that process from the beginning to create his farms to make sure that we have those essential wow I feel like we could talk for a whole nother our this about the farming and the testing and all of the processes we tell of thousands hundreds of thousands of really small businesses because each and every person at the part of living is their own small business report supporting things that I thought was most important to me I started well as I've gone through the trouble of figure out who had the best essential oils and then it didn't want to stop there because as a network marketing company and living also has products every single to go to the Best Ito dot com and there's a link right there the by the book directly from Amazon in the right to you we'll put a link to that in our show notes as well though thank you again Bill Liebeck this has been wonderful thanks for sharing your wisdom with us here on the Oil Revolution Smith I really appreciate this opportunity thank you well there you have it folks I'd love to hear your thoughts and opinions on today's episode go over to our facebook page where you can see today's episode posted and tell us what you think also find me on Instagram at life by Sam right you can find our show notes and all the resources listed on today's episode at Revolution Oils PODCASTS DOT com. We'll see you.

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"cedar wood" Discussed on Natch Beaut

Natch Beaut

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"cedar wood" Discussed on Natch Beaut

"Fragrance blending bream Eum Haitian Vetiver marigold pair, bergamot lemon cinnamon nutmeg, amber, would musk and cedar wood. We were way a off again like and didn't we didn't do for it on affiliates tainted too late, but I will say that this smells like the way that you know, that soft neck skin on Alder women that the way that looks Hege with. That's what this yelich to me. I love that. Like, yeah. Like a lady that's yelling at you'd again line. Yeah. Just also like like a delicate sort of very feminine. Like, it's weird to me that that was a unisex. That's yeah. Very feminine. They're they're going all over the place with it. And you know, what what is gender. Oh, okay. I'm excited. It's a construct. It. Sure is I got you right on the tip there. Oh, this one's weight. This one's a lot berries. This is another drugstore. Yeah. For me berries. I'm getting like a berry note. Yes. Wants a out the berries come out those berries are out to play Honey. Speaking of I get Honey. Girly. Okay. This one is not unisex. Nope. For some reason. The song put a smile Benes, make the well bet punt who's things that we know. Oh, vitamin C smile by vitamin c that makes reminds me of this. Her little known hit after graduation song. I guess when when to become one I love that. I love that for you. I love that for you love it totally for this. But it's something like that. It's feminine getting like female energy feminine like, but but not necessarily like this a super front, but like, hey, I'm sexy. Yeah. Pet like let's talk. I'm I'm that girl. Yeah. Like, do you like books? Cool. I love do you want to come over and have tea like that. I love it. I love t. Oh, interesting. Interesting. This is called midnight, Pearl Salteri floral fragrance. That's exactly what you say. Okay. Inspired by evenings on the tropical shores of Bali when the air is warm and are Bali Bali hall and Haitians there. Yeah. The love the island. Sure do when the warm Air's filled with the intoxicating scent of blooming pedals and burning incense as the moon eliminates the South Seas. Who did they hire they hired a poet to write these a so it's actually baby spice team? Okay. Let's see a of ocean freshness. From their signature fragrance the essence of South Sea pearls tropical bouquet of white flowers. TR and Frong FRANZ you Ponti again gives the notes to warm sensual spices. I mean, I smelled straight up. Barry body, spray. Yeah. Bury bodies spray. Yeah. This does see this does smell like it would be delivered in a body spray form. Yes. Push it for eighty five bucks. Yeah. That's where you're going. You're going on any need some love like you've never needed love the floor Lennon, make live to babe. Good song. Okay. Thanks. I wrote myself. We only have a couple left. Okay. I know what you're thinking. No, they love this. You know, I believe it was beyond say who I read on the internet once said that you're not fully addressed without. With your prefer him. I would have also been Coco Chanel. Who knows the internet might have been Lincoln. That's true. I am trying to get more into fragrance. So there's a huge fragrance subculture. There are people who do full you to describe all the notes. Okay. Here's what I'm smelling here. Okay. Are you ready? Yup. Would and watermelon. Interesting. Okay. I will say guess what? This is their most popular sent before we go any further. I like it. I do too. It. Does it smells like? Again. It's not the kind that. I hollow Santo. It's like burning campfire would to me. Oh, yeah. A little bit of that. It is I keep calling it cedar. But there's like it's not my favorite would say or or maybe maybe it's incense on top. Santo? It's sort of like would almost like firing. Yes. It's more minds me of Catholicism. Yes. A one hundred percent, but also in there. So like if there's like a cookout after your Catholic service mass, maybe they cut it to look like a little wail short. Yes. A melon balls in there. Yeah. I'm not gonna Johner Mellon. But. I like this one..

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"cedar wood" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution

The Essential Oil Revolution

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"cedar wood" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution

"In so essential oils. They pass directly through the blood brain barrier. Like, not a lot of things can go past the blood brain barrier, but essential oils, can they pass that blood brain barrier in can really directly I like to say love on that area of our brain. So essential oils that especially ones that are really high in. There's a constituent szeswith Turpin, which I just love saying that word, it's so fun. So essential oils. Really heightened sense quick Turpin can pass through that led bay barrier. Go through that olfactory system directly to the limbic system of the brain and love on those things that control your heart rate. Your blood pressure all those stress responses, so like certain oils, I pulled out some recipes that I actually still these from Geno Sullivan. So she's in amazingness, Royal educator. Her and she has an app called the bar that she's got all these essential oil recipes on so I wanted to share a couple of her blends for stress in particular. So the first one is just called stress synergy in. It's fifty percent lime oil twenty percents cedar wood, which cedar wood is super high in Susko beans and twenty percent, lavender and ten percent co by an COPA EBA. I could go on for a whole episode about. But I'll spare you. And then another blend you can create for stress is thirty drops spruce oil fifteen jobs frankencense five drops for oil in a base of fifteen drops grapeseed carrier oil and then to other oils, you can just use as singles if you want to really work on stress is frankencense. That's my go-to like Krista. Do you have any kids yet? You know that time after birth that first couple of weeks where you just feel like you're not even in your own body. Yeah. The first two years you mean, so what you got. Exactly. Well, like, the I remember after my daughter was born I was just I still remember just kind of pacing through my house a little bit in feeling like I was not even in my own body. I was just kind of floating up here in my whole energy was just so a Radic, and I didn't feel like myself, it just it felt really off. And so I went to my oil shelf. It pulled out some frankencense. I read that Franken since on my ears. I think the ears is a really good spot for emotional support. And immediately I could just like almost visibly. See my body does coming back into it self in grounding back down so Franken since his one of my absolute favorite single oils. If I had to pick one for stress, and like emotional, grounding Levin so frankencense as a single was their second single or Elliott black spruce. Yeah. Black spruce really helps promote stability his feelings of stability in grounding. Maybe that's why. So I live close to the black hills of South Dakota. And I think there's probably a lot of spruce..

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"cedar wood" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"cedar wood" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Nine on your cell law. That's all. And now a ninety seven point one. Compelling conversation. Conversation continues from the autoglass America's studios. He's another hour of drew Garoppolo lie. Got to turn off this. Audio from this chase. I got it up over here. Yeah. You really haven't hooked in. Alec a nice live high speed chase and FOX thirteen's Facebook page just broadcast that they had one. And the cops chases due to what looks like an industrial area in Miami. Practice car ran inside. Mike rotunda little YouTube, cedar wood road, why every time I turn on my car, this song place automatically tunes. Does this does this one of their size? They forced you to download maybe. Yeah. Old song. So this is this is like their newest music here. Says those.

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"cedar wood" Discussed on The Friend Zone

The Friend Zone

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"cedar wood" Discussed on The Friend Zone

"It a mold cider diffusion. And I love the mixture listen to this five drops of sweet aren't Ange three drops of cinnamon and one drop of ginger. So it's it's like their version of an apple cider. And I think that'd be really phase. He is the knees resumes. I think that'd be really nice especially for Christmas. Even thanks giving. I think that'll be a nice make sure to share which are so good to me, right? Because of the fucking hood he in my apartment, it'd be so you'd live. So like drops in the air when I kid you not only just turned that back on a day or two ago 'cause I kept. Shell is. I kept saying get a space heat about turn that thing on like yesterday. And I got off my window back. I can't do this. No, I really pay so much rent at my apartment feels like an icebox girl, you can pay. It's a gallon up that heat and bring it to you because it'd be sly saying in there I wish and then the the another one, I don't know if you like cedar wood. But I like really warm sense me too. I like, you know, I guess they would call them woods would tone. Yeah. Amber. Oh, yeah. Hey, writ, cents e-. I tend to like what they would consider men's phone. Masculine tomboy about the nostrils and then wrong with that. Nobody's obviously is silly that they would even gender send right? My feminine sense. That are only go. Two parts. I'm just saying. Is saying the feminine and a mess. But here's a Texas cedar that I tried actually tried it because the beauty is. Because I everyone knows I'm essential oil kind of sore. I literally if you open, my beating closet are have an RA. Keisha section, and I promise you, I probably have every other ever created a dozen. It also doesn't hurt that they send me boxes of oil, especially because they were partnering with us for the tour. So they were sending me stuff for the tour. Obviously extra. By two or a case so bomb, you know. And I would say this is not sponsor. This is just we have a great friendship and connection and they've worked with me for years. And so they have stuff on there. I g that. I think you guys would find useful. So say, yes, really? So the Texans cedar wood is five jobs of Bergamo three job drops of juniper berry, one drop of eucalyptus and one drop of cinnamon leaf. So thank you relive this cinnamon Burgum. Juniper that just smell. Ooh, sounds like a forest some here for that. So those are just a couple of examples of what you'll find like I said, they have they even have. I just opened. They have a a shower scrub with eucalyptus and grapefruit on the end really nice, which I think it I love it. They just have a ton of recipes that you can use. It all includes an integrates their natural owes and natural ingredients are face gained. Kinda takes you back to my YouTube day, he's making butters faster five, right? Exactly upscale version. But definitely check them out. Like, I said if you do like, any of the recipes show them love them that you like it leaves them love on their comments and. Most importantly, tell them that I say, that's right, France. And that's it for this week's wellness segments. What about you Asante? What you got from the music, man. Let's bring out the wind..

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"cedar wood" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"cedar wood" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"A generalized rule from the, you know, the FCC that I think been in place for quite some time. You know, what I've come to learn now when people say damn bitch and hell, they think all bets are. I that's true. Because I go what you guys say it all the time like you guys curse. No. I don't curse I say damn an ass. That means I can say F and ask C T. I wish I could say t one day before I if I wouldn't have mega money nine hundred fifty five million a Michigan show up for work one day. I'm gonna turn the microphone T-word quit. Maybe we get your your buddy dictating in here to be here the day that he's dead. John memorium forum on that day. We'll we'll all praise a dictator and his wife and his wife. I don't remember bitsy Betsy teddy that was her used to go by itsy-bitsy Titi. Not cool, man. This man deserve better. His wife lovely lady a true pillar in the community. From what I read George, Richard. Dick Titi passed away may eighteenth two thousand four born in Charlotte. North Carolina dictator was head professional at Charlotte country club in cedar wood country club before moving to central Florida in nineteen seventy one he was the golf professional at all Palmer's Bay Hill club for thirty years dictating and he was survived by his wife. Bitsy Crenshaw city. Was he a big, man? Yeah. Oh, yeah. It was a big old city seventy seven five seven nine hundred two five t I d d y we're gonna come back, and I'm gonna tell you why you need to watch television tonight. There is a program that you need to watch tonight baseball, baby. Daddy baseball the record. Like, nobody didn't even talk about the hat trick TJ last night. Oh nice. Oh, that's funny. You say that because I am partially responsible for the lightning winning last night. Good good. Well, it's it's good news for the lightning bad news for me, like horrible news for me. And I figured out how I've been jinxing the lightning. And unfortunately, I'll share that with you next as well..

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"cedar wood" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"cedar wood" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"It is still beverage with four kilograms of cedar wood producing about three point eight liters of liquid the government. Institute aims to commercialize. The product with private sector partners. And has they wanted. To have the liquor store shelves within. Three, years, now I want to caution, people this is very dangerous they one thing to, consume the alcohol in, its base state in this. Case fifteen percent alcohol beverage like a wine Okay But if they actually distill it and make it into a distilled, alcohol they're producing, methanol and that is a deadly. Thing do not take this product into still drinking that will tell. You, okay so very careful if messing around with, tree, bark, alcohol just I don't know about this when I'm with. You it doesn't sound. Delicious This here's another pun this is sobering next up on. The list of inventions alcohol monitoring biochip engineers in the US have developed a tiny biochip that can be checked into the body to monitor alcohol levels over a prolonged period of time the initial aim is to support patients that are in substance abuse programs there was developed by team at. The San Diego Jacobs school of engineering the, chip can be implanted just under the surface of the. Skin and has power, wirelessly by a wearable device such as a smart water patch Altima. Goal is to develop a routine on obtrusive alcohol and, drug monitoring, device for patients in these programs to be able to track, the progress so this is a fascinating use of technology and I think, you're gonna see, this more and more I could. Also see especially thinking about this now you to work in the, sports, environment if it has the ship dialed in, for, drugs, performance enhancing drugs especially and they put this in every. Athlete in a major Team fell basketball, hockey and they were able to track this wirelessly it would change dramatically the risk profile for athletes as relates to their contracts and playing in the. League's you'll be I mean it would be interesting to see how players. Unions would would feel about this and sort of the implied invasion of. Privacy but yeah I agree this we went from talking about a guy developing the beer bottle on you know maybe a passion project but these people obviously putting a science to good use because it seems like it could have a lot of important applications absolutely next up on the list. Of inventions is equal friendly six pack rings, for beers in January Florida brewery Rene saltwater announced it. Was the first to, use what it claimed as the first eco friendly six pack ring. Made from byproducts waste and other compulsive all materials they, call it, e six PR probably stands for the EKO six pack ring According to the east six PR when properly disposed. The eco-friendly, six pack rings. Finds its way to opposable facility where, it will degrade literally no, matter days, it also states that, the product is made from coastal organic materials meeting it should be justed the if it should be just about wildlife it. Will. Not cause them harm this is a great thing especially, for in our community where we live with future, sound and, stuff gets out of the ecosystem and it causes issues of birds fish mammals and, so on so having something like this with a large number microbursts. Cracker you have and the amount of beer consumed this is a great invention Absolutely I like when Morissette earlier about just using something that you know was going to be wasted, away and finding a way to, repurpose, it, and recycle it. And six pack rings thing you you've heard about like you said causing damage to animals for a long. Time now so that's awesome There you have some of the two thousand eighteen biggest innovations in the world of alcohol our.

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"cedar wood" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"cedar wood" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Went to west bridge and did the degree there and eventually went to you bc and graduated from architecture how did you use incorporate your mother's experiences into the design of this building this this the the what's been called the indian residential school history dialogue center just opened what did what did influence does it have on your design she went to residential school and the thing about residential school it was always a confining environment made you feel imprisoned and she made sure at a young age we always appreciate it outdoors so part of this building's design is really no matter where you are in the building no matter what the content you're looking at you can turn around and you can look out and engage in the the natural landscape and there's also a stand of charred cedar wood at the entrance and what does that symbolize represents all the people that have gone to to residential school and had to endure in fight this history and and in the end the survivors and the children the survivors myself i think of come stronger people because they had to kind of reconcile what what their families have gone through and move forward with a stronger sense of identity the the building itself it forced me to seek other ways of representing first nations culture without being literal or died dactyl or because even the director link kessler he said you know the building's going to be visited by first nations all over canada so it can't be representative one nation so i i started to look at them blizzard mike the charts cedar and also the copper roof on the building it.

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