This grass got the unusual name catnip because of the fact that it was very chosen by representatives of the cat family. They are magnetically drawn to this beautiful and fragrant plant. In ancient times, catnip was attributed to magical properties and otherworldly forces. It was believed that such a plant has power over any animal.
Scientists at the Rothman Research Institute and the Canadian Consortium have named products that contribute to retaining thought and memory for retirees. They allow you to cope with certain manifestations of aging and prolong clarity of mind. Canadian scientists have developed a catering system for people over the age of 50 years.
The shelves of popular supermarkets are increasingly reminiscent of food exhibitions, and every trip for products for the buyer turns into an endless dispute with himself: what to put in the basket, and which product bypasses, what is good for the body, and what is the danger? The range of supermarkets is so wide that it is difficult not to get lost and not to buy too much.
Knee joints are the second largest large joints in the human body after the hips. They have a complex structure and provide movement in two axes - frontal (flexion-extension) and vertical (rotation in and out). For smoothing irregularities of the articular surfaces of the femur and tibia, depreciation and load distribution on the joint inside it there are two movable fibro-cartilaginous semicircular formations - the meniscus.
Sodium ascorbate can often be found in the list of food additives in products that are quite common for ordinary people. Because of this, many people have a fair question about whether this component has been harmful. In fact, the substance, which in the specific classification passes under the rank number E301, is one of the varieties of vitamin C, which is recommended to use for adults and children.
Large leaves and a juicy green-pink stalk of rhubarb are difficult to confuse with another plant. This culture with an outstanding appearance is one of the most popular in the world. It is grown, it seems, in all corners of the planet. Many people love rhubarb for its pleasant sweet and sour taste and do not even know how many nutrients are contained in its stems.