Planted my first microgreens two days ago. Basil lemon on the right (Ocimum basilicum) and salat (Lactuca sativa) on the left. So happy to see them starting to sprout!! reddit.com/gallery/ktc3n3
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Dato curioso del dΓ­a: La lechuga se llama Lactuca Sativa es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lac…
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Effectiveness of the Sleep Enhancement by Green Romaine Lettuce (Lactuca sativa) in a Rodent Model.2019 ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3…
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TIL Lettuce produces a mild narcotic called lactucarium or "lettuce opium" and that its scientific name is Lactuca sativa. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Let…
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Lactuca Sativa
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An extremely rough and temporary prototype idea I constructed in less than an hour. 1/2" tube and a small pond pump. Lactuca sativa is the crop, Yellow bullhead is the fish. Entire setup was less than $20. v.redd.it/8aii8plryrh01
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Effect of phosphorus-enriched biochar and poultry manure on growth and mineral composition of lettuce (Lactuca sativa L. cv.) grown in alkaline soil (May 2014) onlinelibrary.wiley.com/d…
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Full report: Lactuca sativa production in an anthroponics system anthroponics.com/wp-conte…
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Cannabis, basil, lettuce, tomato, pepper lighting
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"SEARCH FOR NEW MEDICINAL PLANT RAW MATERIALS WITH ANABOLIC ACTIVITY" (2016)

2 page paper (from Ukraine)

Highlights:

>Analyzed the chemical composition of plants with different mechanisms of anabolic action. Herbal anabolic steroids can be divided into 3 groups: phytoecdysones, estrogen and hypoglycemic action anabolics.
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>Phytoecdysones called group of polyhydroxylated steroid compounds (Rhaponticum carthamoides, Plantago major). In experiments it was found that ecdysterone of Leuzea [=Leuzea*/*Rhaponticum carthamoides/Maral root] increased body weight and total protein in the liver, heart and kidneys.
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>Phytoestrogens – analogues of female sex hormones – have diverse structure. First of all, it may be steroidal estrogens similar to human (Salix alba, Glycyrrhiza glabra, Prunus armeniaca); stilbenes (Anisum vulgare, Trifolium repens); coumarin derivatives (Trifolium repens, Trifolium hybridum, Medicago sativa); isoflavonoids (Medicago sativa, Prunus avium, Genista tinctoria).
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>There are several groups of plants which include glycokinins having effect similar to insulin. One of these glycokinins groups has an anabolic activity (Phaseolus vulgaris, Medicago sativa, Galega officinalis, Lactuca sativa, Elytrigia repens, Taraxacum officinale, Lactuca sativa, Apium graveolens, Juglans regia, Verbascum phlomoides).

Heard of all those? :p

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Would this ecosystem work?

I'm working in evolutive project that pass on teegarden c, and to start I selected 20 animals species, 10 vegetal genres, and 5 fungic families:

1 - Canis lupus familiares (var et al), C. l. dingo, C. l. lupus

2 - Felis silvestris catus (var et al)

3 - Bos taurus taurus (var et al), B. t. indicus (var et al)

4 - Sus scrofa domesticus (var et al), S. s. scrofa

5 - Capra aegagrus hircus

6 - Equus ferus caballus

7 - Gallus gallus domesticus

8 - Columba livia domestica (var et al)

9 - Petaurus breviceps

10 - Dasyurus geoffroii

11 - Procyon lotor

12 - Betta splendens

13 - Cyprinus rubrofuscus (var koi)

14 - Hirudo medicinalis

15 - Acheta domesticus

16 - Apis mellifera mellifera, A. m. caucasica, A. m. ligustica

17 - Brachypelma smithi

18 - Morelia spilota mcdowelli, M. s. metcalfei, M. s. cheynei

19 - Rana grylio

20 - Anas platyrhynchos domesticus

21 - Glycine max

22 - Helianthus annuus, H. tuberosus

23 - Daucus carota (var et al)

24 - Matricaria chamomilla

25 - Lactuca sativa (var et al)

26 - Malus domestica (var et al)

27 - Bambusa vulgaris

28 - Medicago sativa

29 - Pyropia yezoensis, P. tenera

30 - Juglans regia

31 - Agaricus bisporus, A. arvensis

32 - Calvatia gigantea

33 - Coprinus comatus

34 - Macrolepiota procera

35 - Penicillium griseofulvum, P. verrucosum, P. chrysogenum, P. nalgiovense, P. salamii, P. roqueforti

36 - Apergillus oryzae

37 - Oenococcus oeni

38 - Leuconostoc mesenteroides

39 - Saccharomyces cerevisiae

40 - Hericium erinaceus

I will add some more informations.

Before humans the planet was like an young earth, poor in oxigen, with liquid oceans of water, and an atmosphere compound mainly by carbonic gas and nitrogen. Humans had terraformed the planet with a collection of microorganisms to produce oxygen, control cycles of nitrogen, phosphorus, sulfur, and others, reduce salinity in the oceans, et cetera. They had landed and built a colony in a place called the promised land, a depression rich in poisonous gases like butane, methane and hydrogen sulfide, which were used to produce energy. The colonies had many farms were some animals managed to leave and started to spread.

Finally, human machines and robots worked for ten thousand years after humans died.

https://preview.redd.it/s92ek3bw3tu41.png?width=1500&format=png&auto=webp&s=305b532ade175bc1aded99801e1e1a9c56340aad

I was wondering if with that all organisms that I chose could manage to live.

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Lettuce plants wilting from leaf tip to base, but plant grows healthily

Had no responses a few days ago, so trying a repost

Hello all,

I have indoor Romaine lettuce plants (Lactuca sativa, Parris Island Cos) that are wilting from the tip of the leaf, that results in the whole leaf wilting. It turns brown and becomes somewhat soft. The plants overall look healthy. Whatever it is, my jalapeno plants seem to be resistant to it, as they've come in direct contact and have had no issues. I also thought it could be certain leaves touching the cold/damp glass of a window (it's winter), but moving them back didn't help either.Pictures attached. Thank you all!

Is your plant near a window? Yes, on a window seal (large windows).

  • Are there curtains or blinds? Are those closed very often? Yes, but never closed
  • What direction does that window face? Some south, some east
  • Do you have any additional light support? No
  • What sort of airflow does your plant have? Indoor air
  • What is your watering regimen? How often? Based on what? I water every few days. I initially cut back because I thought I was over-watering, and that was causing the wilting.
  • How about fertilizing, what are you doing with that? Haven't changed since potting, but they're small.
  • Have there been any new plant additions to the house? I also have jalapenos, a few flowers. I also had some bean plants but it wasn't worth the effort, so they're all gone.
  • Has your plant spent any time outside recently? No
  • How long have you had this plant? 2.5-3 months
  • What soil are you using? Miracle grow potting mix
  • What is the root situation? Lots of room for more, rootbound, somewhere in between? Pretty small pots but the plants are pretty small too.
  • Do you have pets or pests that may have gotten to the plants? I previously had little white bugs but they're all gone, and I haven't seen any since planting the lettuce. I also had bean plants near the lettuce, which actually traps little gnats and bugs (the underside of the leaves are rough and traps them, pretty cool honestly)
  • What kind of plant is it? Romaine lettuce plants (Lactuca sativa, Parris Island Cos)
  • *Almost forgot temperature. What temperatures does it experience throughout the day and night? 70ish F, room temp

Below pictures shows an earlier stage (right) and late stage (left) of the leaves.

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Confused about greenhouse vs. windowsill salad growth results

Hi,

I am located in central europe, currently there is not much sunlight (winter time).

I tried growing some vegetables (Arugula, Lactuca sativa var. crispa, Radish) on my windowssill, it's a south facing window and it's bright enough in the room that when the sun shines no extra light is needed.

The plants all sprouted fine but later they get very long and thin stems, multiple of them broke while watering. Now I thought, OK this time of the year it's simply not enough light.

Some weeks later I saw someone similar plants in a green house (no extra light or heating, hust a plastic house with windows closed mostly) standing in a garden and there they seem to grow well?

Someone explain this to me please why they grow well in the green house and bad on my windowsill? I can imagine I have neighbour buildings & windows that could steal light. Thanks!

The bad growing plants (on the right, ignore the left ones):

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Light Filtering?

So for one of my college classes I have an experiment that I must design and conduct that counts for quite a large portion of my final grade, and for this experiment, I want to test the statistical effect of the amount of exposure a facultative photoperiodic plant (Lactuca Sativa, or Lettuce, in this case) has on the rate of germination among their seeds. I've found a sort of hitch in my plans however, as I can't seem to find a way to filter light to be far-red, and as I researched methods of doing so, a lot of websites about greenhouses came up, but did not include specifics that I needed, so I came here and was wondering if you guys had any experience or advice with this, and could recommend me to a product praterial I could use to effectively filter light into the necessary wavelength range of 720-850nm. Thank you so much for your time guys!

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This is my sub!

First post at this sub, and a word play at this too!

^(at words atop this post)

Lactuca sativa + tomato + bacon, and [omit] avocado. Put it [omit] with soft buns and this bliss will occur.

It's now 3am at my location, and I should probably stop my body from last day's run.

*: ya, I should stop using my comp :(

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How to lower volatilization time from weeks to minutes

As you all know, ageing urine is a vital step in using it in an anthroponics system. Not only does the process sterilize it, but it also helps convert the urea to ammonia, which makes it easier for the biofilter of the system to then use it in the nitrogen cycle.

However, as we've shown in our first experiment, this can take between 4 to 6 weeks. It is simply too much time to have any practical applications. We decided to investigate the matter further, and I decided to share the results here before I type and share the actual data into a technical report.

It turns out there is an enzyme called Urease which can dramatically decrease the time required for the urea to convert to ammonia, and thus reach a pH of 9, sterilizing the solution. While it is prohibitively expensive to acquire the concentrated enzyme from chemical companies or laboratories, we researched where it can be found in nature and decided to run some trials.

We found out that urease is present in watermelon seeds, yellow peas and jack beans. We've started some tests with watermelon seeds and yellow peas, and already got some promising results with the first. We have found out that 1 dehusked and crushed watermelon seed, mixed with 100mL of urine (or about a fifth of what an average adult male urinates per ocassion), lowers the ageing time from 5 weeks to 9 hours. Furthermore, adding 1g of dehusked and crushed watermelon seeds lowered the ageing time from 5 weeks to 15 minutes. And adding 10g of dehusked and crushed watermelon seeds made the volatilization process instant (<1min). We just started testing for yellow peas now, so it will take a while until I have some more detailed info.

I will write all of this in a more detailed way under a new technical report similar to the ones I've published before, but I wanted to share it with whoever is interested so you can all start doing it already. If you have any questions, feel free to shoot ahead. For reference, we used this paper as a starting point in our experiments.

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[want] - Any Entada species or "Sea beans" of any description. Huge list of stuff I would be happy to trade.

Entada species (excluding Entada Rheedi which I have already.)

Huge list of plants seasonally available in my private collection and 250ish varieties in my website ATM. Happily swap anything for a new breed of Sea bean!

Here is a very small sample of my range. If I don't have what you want I can probably source it.

Abutilon indicum Acacia Acuminata Acacia Adunca Acacia Baileyana Acacia Baileyana purpurea Acacia longifolia Acacia Pubifolia Achillea millefolium Acmella oleracea Acorus calamus Actinidia deliciosa Allium sativum Allium tuberosum Amaranthus cruentus Annona reticulata Apium graveolens Arachis hypogaea Artemisis dracunculus Bixa oreilana Bixa Orellana Borago officinalis Brachychiton rupestris Brassica juncea Brassica nigra Brassica oleracea Brassica oleracea L. Brassica rapa Cajanus cajan Calea ternifolia Calea zacatechichi Calendula officinalis Calia secundiflora Canavalia ensiformis Canavalia maritima Canavalia maritime Canavalia rosea Capparis arborea Capsicum annuum Capsicum baccatum Capsicum chinense Capsicum frutescens Cardiospermum halicacabum Carica papaya Carthamus tinctorius Casuarina equisetifolia Chenopodium album Chenopodium ambrosioides Chrysanthemum coronarium Cichorium intybus Citrullus lanatus Coreopsis tinctoria Coriandrum sativum Cosmos bipinnatus Cosmos sulphureus Cosmos sulphurex Cucumis anguria Cucumis melo Cucumis metuliferus Cucumis sativus Cucurbita pepo Dianthus superbus Digitalis purpurea Dysphania ambrosioides Echinopsis pachanoi Echinopsis peruviana Eremophila debilis Erythrina vespertilio Euphorbia peplus Ficus opposita Ficus opposite Gomphrena globosa Gossypium herbaceum Heimia salicifolia Hyoscyamus niger Ipomoea aquatic Ipomoea nil Ipomoea purpurea Lablab purpureus Lactuca sativa Lactuca serriola Lactuca virosa Lagenaria siceraria Lathyrus odoratus Lawsonia inermis Leonotis nepetifolia Leucaena leucocephala Linum usitatissimum Luffa aegyptiaca Lycium barbarum Lycium barbarum L Lycopersicon esculentum Lycopersicon pimpinellifolium Melia australis Melia azedarach Momordica charantia Momorodica charantia Moringa oleifera Nepeta cataria Nicandra physalodes Nicandra physaloides Nymphaea caerulea Ocimum basilicum Ocimum tenuiflorum Papaver rhoeas Passiflora aurantia Passiflora eduilis Passiflora edulis Passiflora foetida Passiflora subpeltata Passiflora subpeltata Ortega Petroselinum crispum Phalaris arundinacea Phaseolus vulgaris Phyllanthus emblica Physalis peruviana Physalis philadelphica Pisum sativum Planta

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Bunch of edible vegetation seeds from the US for Doge. Will ship nationally and possibly internationally.

I'm not sure what they are equivalent to doge, but feel free to make an offer. Or if I didn't include enough info on any one particular plant. I can clarify the package content for you.

  • Fennel Florence (foeniculum vulgare var. azoricum) 500 mg
  • Butterhead Lettuce (Lactuca Sativa) 750 mg
  • Lemon Balm (melissa officinalis) 300 mg
  • Luffa Sponge Gourd 3 grm
  • Chinese Garlic Chives (jiu cai gau choy) 1 grm
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Coolest plant ever..yes! Does it have a name...I hope so! reddit.com/gallery/ivxyd8
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[Review]: Peach & Lily Pure Peach Retinoic Eye Cream

Peach & Lily - Pure Peach Retinoic Eye Cream

Another eye cream review...from someone that should not be reviewing eye creams.

Really though, I need to stop buying eye specific skincare and I think the Peach & Lily Pure Peach Retinoic Eye Cream will be the last one (at least for a good long while).

I’m lucky enough that I don’t (yet) tackle many of the issues that eye products are meant to address. I’m not seeing any lines or wrinkles in that area really...and the slight darkness/bagginess I have has been there since I was a tiny human.

So, I fear that any amazing benefits or results might be a bit lost on me. At least that seems to be the trend since no eye product I have tried has truly wowed me.

What I do like about the Pure Peach Retinoic Eye Cream is that it features so many ingredients I love in a product that is lightweight and absorbs beautifully. Niacinamide, ginseng, bamboo, and several antioxidant rich greens are here.

Also, Bakuchiol is in the formulation which is said to be a more β€œnatural” and gentle alternative to Retinol. From what I’ve read and heard from skincare professionals...we need more studies/research before making that claim with confidence.

My experience with this product is that it hydrates my eye area really well and plays nicely with the other products in my routine. That in addition to the nice dose of antioxidants makes this a fine product for me...I just can’t say for certain that it is doing much more than that.

A little bit goes a really long way here so I’ll probably have this bottle in my routine for quite some time. But, I don't think it is something I would come back to...I guess the same could be said for all eye products (for now).

Like I said...not the best person to be reviewing this one lol!

Full Ingredients List: Water, Cetyl Ethylhexanoate, Propanediol, Butylene Glycol, 1,2-Hexanediol, Glycerin, Niacinamide, Cetearyl Alcohol, Sodium Hyaluronate, Sodium Acetylated Hyaluronate, Hydrolyzed Hyaluronic Acid, Bambusa (Bamboo) Textilis Stem Extract, Arctium Lappa (Burdock) Root Extract, Morus Alba (Mulberry) Leaf Extract, Prunus Persica (Peach) Fruit Extract, Bakuchiol, Rosa Rubiginosa Seed Oil, Daucus Carota (Carrot) Sativa Root Water, Brassica Oleracea Italica (Broccoli) Extract, Panax Ginseng Root Extract, Spinacia Oleracea (Spinach) Leaf Extract, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Acetyl Octapeptide-3, Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract, Cucumis Sativus (Cucumber) Extract, Apium Graveolens (Celery) Extrac

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Plant Based Supplements

Note: I am still editing this post*

⚠ Contaminated products warning ⚠

China in known to import herbs & other products that are contaminated with chemical toxins or heavy metals. For this reason it is best to Avoid all herbal supplements grown Or packaged in china Even if they are certified organic.

⚠ Prescription Medication Warning: ⚠

Make sure that If you are taking any prescription medications to check with your docter to see if any of the herbs you take or are considering taking could interact with your prescription medications.

Buying certified organic products

It is best to buy all these herbs with organic certification to reduce your exposure to pesticides, fungicides & herbicides. Look for the certification ceal on products as well as the name of the group who has certified it as organic & confirm that the group that certified it is legitimate.

Plant Based Supplements:

This is a list of some plant based supplements made from fruit, vegetables, herbs, seeds, barks & roots.

These supplements listed are anti-inflammatory.

Hormonal Support Supplements:

Ashwaganda Root Powder:

Ashwaganda is a root that contains withanaloids that may help :

  • Heal stomach & intestinal ulcers

  • Balance hormones

  • Raise testosterone

  • Build muscle

  • Lose weight

  • Increase stamina

It can be purchased online & in local stores.

Forms of use:

It can be purchased & consumed in the form of a capsules, powder, alcohol extract.

Usage tips:

Start small when starting to consume ashwaganda at about 1/2 or 1 of teaspoon of ashwaganda powder in water, milk, raw honey or a smoothie.



Maca Root Powder:

MacaΒ root powder is a popular supplement among bodybuilders and athletes. It has been claimed to help you gain muscle, increase strength, boost energy and improve exercise performance. Also, some animal studies indicate that it enhances endurance performance

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Heart & Circulation supplements:

Hawthorne berry powder:

Hawthorne berry strengthens the heart!

Hawthorne berry may help people with heart failure

Good for the heart & circulation

Raw Cacao ( Raw Chocolate ) Powder:

⚠ Cacao is a natural stimulant, because it contains caffine & theobromine. So if you are trying to avoid all stimulants then avoid this supplement. ⚠

Cacao is the raw unroasted form of Cocoa. Raw chocolate or cacao grows as a fruit on a tree in a pod & that contains large seeds/ beans inside its

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Milgk
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[Guide] Hwahae Rankings: Top 10 Cleansing Balms/Milks/Creams & Foams (06/27/2019)

Finally downloaded Hwahae. It's a review/ranking app for Koreans for beauty-related things. I'm making some top 10-20s for each category for those of you guys who cannot read Korean or don't use the app. Thanks!

Ingredients from various websites, double checked with ones from Hwahae, or typed straight from Hwahae.

HwaHae bundles cleansing balms, milks, and creams together. The category name is just "Cleansing lotion/creams". Balms don't have a separate category.

CLEANSING MILKS/BALMS/CREAMS

1. [BIOTURM] Cleansing Milk Nr 10 - 75ml/2.5 oz - 4.34/5 (1,866 Reviews)

Aqua, Helianthus Annuus Hybrid Oil*, Lac*, Glycerin, Pentylene Glycol**, C14-22 Alcohols, Cetearyl Alcohol, Glyceryl Stearate, Coco-Glucoside, Panthenol, C12-20 Alkyl Glucoside, Xanthan Gum, Polyglyceryl-6 Palmitate/Succinate, Tocopherol, Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil, Oryzanol, Lactic Acid, Vanilla Planifolia Fruit Extract, Citrus Aurantium Bergamia Fruit Oil

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2. [SIDMOOL] Dr. Troub Skin Returning Cleansing Milk (1st Cleanser - use on dry skin) 200ml/6.8 oz - 4.19/5 (1,408 Reviews)

13,600 KRW/11.75 USD/9.28 GBP

Water, Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil, Glycerin, Decyl Glucoside, Scutellaria Baicalensis Root Extract, Paeonia Suffruticosa Root Extract, Arachidyl Alcohol, Behenyl Alcohol, Arachidyl Glucoside, Glyceryl Stearate, Cetearyl Alcohol, Diheptyl Succinate, Capryloyl Glycerin/Sebacic Acid Copolymer, Panthenol, Sodium Hyaluronate, Milk Protein Extract, Allantoin, Tocopherol, Citric Acid, Xanthan Gum

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3. [BanilaCo] Clean It Zero Cleansing Balm (Original) 100ml/3.4 oz - 4.10/5 (573 Reviews)

18,000 KRW/15.56 USD/12.28 GBP

Ethylhexyl Palmitate, Cetyl Ethylhexanoate, PEG-20 Glyceryl Triisostearate, PEG-10 Isostearate, Synthetic Wax, Onsen-Sui, Phenoxyethanol, Butylene Glycol, Lithospermum Erythrorhizon Root Extract, Tocopheryl Acetate, Fragrance, Ethylhexylglycerin, Water, 1,2-Hexanediol, Bambusa Vulgaris Leaf/Stem Extract Aspalathus Linearis Extract, Angelica Archangelica Root Extract, Malpighia Glabra (Acerola) Fruit Extract, Polydiethyleneglycol Adipate/IPDI Copolymer, Acrylates/Ammonium Methacrylate Copolymer, Acrylates/Methoxy PEG

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New Releases and Interesting Finds

New Releases

Missha: has a new mist: Glow Skin Mist and a new set.

The Saem: has some new Urban Breeze products: Body Lotion, Body Wash, Candle and a some new sheet masks: Power Vitamin Mask Sheet, Power Madeca Mask Sheet, Powder Ceramide Mask Sheet.

Etude House: has a new cushion: Skin Glow Essence Cushion.

Mamonde: has a new foundation: All Stay Foundation Glow.

TonyMoly: has a new concealer: Double Cover Concealer.

It's Skin: has a new serum: Prestige Serum X D'Escargot.

Nature Republic: has a new palette and a new moisturizer: Pro Touch Chemistry Multi Palette,Super Aqua Max EX Watery Cream.

Interesting Finds

I've seen this around since the beginning of this month and I thought I'd mention it apparently Innisfree will be launching a small LE makeup collection on the 1st of feb and here's a look: 1, 2, 3.

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Some nice looking products from Aippo:

β€’ Expert Hydrating Ampoule, a look at some of the

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Desert Lettuce!? Growing out of a crack in the pavement in Gilbert, AZ -- What is it? imgur.com/a/M2oy0
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Whats the volunteer plant on the bottom left?
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A Fairly Comprehensive Kratom Withdrawal Guide and Invitation for Questions/Support from someone with tons of experience both using and withdrawing from this plant.

I posted the following as a response to a fellow redditor, but felt that it would be beneficial to post it as its own thread so others could perhaps utilize it to help themselves through kratom withdrawal also. I feel that it would be selfish to not use my extensive experience with both using and withdrawing from kratom to help others. I am also a holistic psychology research major and study herbal medicine and pharmacology, among other things. Please keep in mind that I am aware that many people use kratom responsibly for medical reasons, to break other addictions, or as an occasional recreational treat. I am in no way vilifying kratom as an "addictive" substance, as I find it is far, far more forgiving and benign than most street drugs. It is simply something that deserves respect.

Copied from my response to a fellow redditor:

My recommendation is to first take naproxen sodium (Aleve). You would be tremendously and pleasantly surprised at how well it relieves the achiness and the restless legs at night (which for me is the absolute worst part). I hate having no motivation and being fatigued but not being able to sleep. Another two meds I'd recommend, with hesitation, are diphenhydramine (Benadryl) or doxylamine succinate (Unisom) to sleep if you absolutely must, but be aware they can worsen RLS for some people (I find they can for me sometimes, but not for others). I find doxyalmine to be vastly preferable as it's more sedating than Benadryl but has less anticholinergic effects such as delirium and confusion.

In terms of herbs/supplements: Black Seed oil (Nigella Sativa) is used for opiate detoxes in the Middle East and appears based on studies I've seen to have mu-opioid agonist properties itself. Although it's not gonna get you high, there is a very significant and perceivable wave of relief that washes over you the moment you first swallow it (1-2 tablespoons should work for this purpose if not used too frequently, as the recommended dose is 1-2 teaspoons as a daily supplement). Another good substance is Opium Lettuce (Lactuca Virosa); it got its name from its use as an opium substitute in the 1800s because, although it is not addictive or active at opiate receptors, it provides relief from almost all the same things opioid medications do (cough, pain, restlessness, insomnia, cold and flu-like symptoms). Lastly, magnesium is very very beneficial for aching muscles and also mood/anxiety. Most magnesium supplements are poorly absorbed, so I rec

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I need some help

Can someone help me with this, i need to know witch are poisonous and how old can they be? from the plats below

  1. lepidium trava -

  2. Tripholium pratensis –

  3. Leotus corniculatus –

  4. Agropyron repens –

  5. Silene vulgaris –

  6. Litospermum sp –

  7. Tragopogon arvensis –

  8. Dispagus ferox –

  9. Henopodium album –

  10. Lactuca seriola –

  11. Adonis aestivalis –

  12. Medikago sativa –

  13. Triticum vulgaris –

  14. Poa pratencis –

  15. Bromus sterilis –

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Far red, blue, green, and photosynthesis studies
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πŸ“…︎ Mar 14 2021
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Leaves on lettuce plants slowly turn brown and wilt, but plant healthy

Hello all,

I have indoor Romaine lettuce plants (Lactuca sativa, Parris Island Cos) that are wilting from the tip of the leaf, that results in the whole leaf wilting. It turns brown and becomes somewhat soft. The plants overall look healthy. Whatever it is, my jalapeno plants seem to be resistant to it, as they've come in direct contact and have had no issues. I also thought it could be certain leaves touching the cold/damp glass of a window (it's winter), but moving them back didn't help either.Pictures attached. Thank you all!

Is your plant near a window? Yes, on a window seal (large windows).

  • Are there curtains or blinds? Are those closed very often? Yes, but never closed
  • What direction does that window face? Some south, some east
  • Do you have any additional light support? No
  • What sort of airflow does your plant have? Indoor air
  • What is your watering regimen? How often? Based on what? I water every few days. I initially cut back because I thought I was over-watering, and that was causing the wilting.
  • How about fertilizing, what are you doing with that? Haven't changed since potting, but they're small.
  • Have there been any new plant additions to the house? I also have jalapenos, a few flowers. I also had some bean plants but it wasn't worth the effort, so they're all gone.
  • Has your plant spent any time outside recently? No
  • How long have you had this plant? 2.5-3 months
  • What soil are you using? Miracle grow potting mix
  • What is the root situation? Lots of room for more, rootbound, somewhere in between? Pretty small pots but the plants are pretty small too.
  • Do you have pets or pests that may have gotten to the plants? I previously had little white bugs but they're all gone, and I haven't seen any since planting the lettuce. I also had bean plants near the lettuce, which actually traps little gnats and bugs (the underside of the leaves are rough and traps them, pretty cool honestly)
  • What kind of plant is it? Romaine lettuce plants (Lactuca sativa, Parris Island Cos)
  • *Almost forgot temperature. What temperatures does it experience throughout the day and night? 70ish F, room temp

Below pictures shows an earlier stage (right) and late stage (left) of the leaves.

https://preview.redd.it/0hb59bz7jy941.jpg?width=2448&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=862c3c05444390949b176acd8db24402843db546

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Method of light filtering for my study?

So for one of my college classes I have an experiment that I must design and conduct that counts for quite a large portion of my final grade, and for this experiment, I want to test the statistical effect of the amount of exposure a facultative photoperiodic plant (Lactuca Sativa, or Lettuce, in this case) has on the rate of germination among their seeds. I've found a sort of hitch in my plans however, as I can't seem to find a way to filter light to be far-red, and I was wondering if you guys had any experience or advice with this, and could recommend me to a product praterial I could use to effectively filter light into the necessary wavelength range of 720-850nm. Thank you so much for your time guys!

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[Review]: Peach & Lily Pure Peach Retinoic Eye Cream

Peach & Lily - Pure Peach Retinoic Eye Cream

Another eye cream review...from someone that should not be reviewing eye creams.

Really though, I need to stop buying eye specific skincare and I think the Peach & Lily Pure Peach Retinoic Eye Cream will be the last one (at least for a good long while).

I’m lucky enough that I don’t (yet) tackle many of the issues that eye products are meant to address. I’m not seeing any lines or wrinkles in that area really...and the slight darkness/bagginess I have has been there since I was a tiny human.

So, I fear that any amazing benefits or results might be a bit lost on me. At least that seems to be the trend since no eye product I have tried has truly wowed me.

What I do like about the Pure Peach Retinoic Eye Cream is that it features so many ingredients I love in a product that is lightweight and absorbs beautifully. Niacinamide, ginseng, bamboo, and several antioxidant rich greens are here.

Also, Bakuchiol is in the formulation which is said to be a more β€œnatural” and gentle alternative to Retinol. From what I’ve read and heard from skincare professionals...we need more studies/research before making that claim with confidence.

My experience with this product is that it hydrates my eye area really well and plays nicely with the other products in my routine. That in addition to the nice dose of antioxidants makes this a fine product for me...I just can’t say for certain that it is doing much more than that.

A little bit goes a really long way here so I’ll probably have this bottle in my routine for quite some time. But, I don't think it is something I would come back to...I guess the same could be said for all eye products (for now).

Like I said...not the best person to be reviewing this one lol!

Full Ingredients List: Water, Cetyl Ethylhexanoate, Propanediol, Butylene Glycol, 1,2-Hexanediol, Glycerin, Niacinamide, Cetearyl Alcohol, Sodium Hyaluronate, Sodium Acetylated Hyaluronate, Hydrolyzed Hyaluronic Acid, Bambusa (Bamboo) Textilis Stem Extract, Arctium Lappa (Burdock) Root Extract, Morus Alba (Mulberry) Leaf Extract, Prunus Persica (Peach) Fruit Extract, Bakuchiol, Rosa Rubiginosa Seed Oil, Daucus Carota (Carrot) Sativa Root Water, Brassica Oleracea Italica (Broccoli) Extract, Panax Ginseng Root Extract, Spinacia Oleracea (Spinach) Leaf Extract, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Acetyl Octapeptide-3, Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract, Cucumis Sativus (Cucumber) Extract, Apium Graveolens (Celery) Extrac

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[Review]: Peach & Lily Pure Peach Retinoic Eye Cream

Peach & Lily - Pure Peach Retinoic Eye Cream

Another eye cream review...from someone that should not be reviewing eye creams.

Really though, I need to stop buying eye specific skincare and I think the Peach & Lily Pure Peach Retinoic Eye Cream will be the last one (at least for a good long while).

I’m lucky enough that I don’t (yet) tackle many of the issues that eye products are meant to address. I’m not seeing any lines or wrinkles in that area really...and the slight darkness/bagginess I have has been there since I was a tiny human.

So, I fear that any amazing benefits or results might be a bit lost on me. At least that seems to be the trend since no eye product I have tried has truly wowed me.

What I do like about the Pure Peach Retinoic Eye Cream is that it features so many ingredients I love in a product that is lightweight and absorbs beautifully. Niacinamide, ginseng, bamboo, and several antioxidant rich greens are here.

Also, Bakuchiol is in the formulation which is said to be a more β€œnatural” and gentle alternative to Retinol. From what I’ve read and heard from skincare professionals...we need more studies/research before making that claim with confidence.

My experience with this product is that it hydrates my eye area really well and plays nicely with the other products in my routine. That in addition to the nice dose of antioxidants makes this a fine product for me...I just can’t say for certain that it is doing much more than that.

A little bit goes a really long way here so I’ll probably have this bottle in my routine for quite some time. But, I don't think it is something I would come back to...I guess the same could be said for all eye products (for now).

Like I said...not the best person to be reviewing this one lol!

Full Ingredients List: Water, Cetyl Ethylhexanoate, Propanediol, Butylene Glycol, 1,2-Hexanediol, Glycerin, Niacinamide, Cetearyl Alcohol, Sodium Hyaluronate, Sodium Acetylated Hyaluronate, Hydrolyzed Hyaluronic Acid, Bambusa (Bamboo) Textilis Stem Extract, Arctium Lappa (Burdock) Root Extract, Morus Alba (Mulberry) Leaf Extract, Prunus Persica (Peach) Fruit Extract, Bakuchiol, Rosa Rubiginosa Seed Oil, Daucus Carota (Carrot) Sativa Root Water, Brassica Oleracea Italica (Broccoli) Extract, Panax Ginseng Root Extract, Spinacia Oleracea (Spinach) Leaf Extract, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Acetyl Octapeptide-3, Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract, Cucumis Sativus (Cucumber) Extract, Apium Graveolens (Celery) Extrac

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Plant Based Supplements & their benifits

Note: I am still editing this post*

⚠ Contaminated products warning ⚠

The country of China in known to import herbs & other products into the United States Of America & other countries that are contaminated with chemical toxins & or heavy metals with absolute disregard of human health & safety. For this reason it is best to avoid all herbal supplements or food grown or packaged in china even if they are certified organic. Even some products(toys) sold for children that are sourced from China have been found to be highly toxic. These products should not be accepted into your home or into your body.

Short documentary on food safety in china: https://youtu.be/5oQbCOz9nlU

News report of a "organic product" from china being contaminated with a pesticide:

https://youtu.be/nQsyAWvIjDQ

⚠ Prescription Medication Warning: ⚠

Make sure that If you are taking any prescription medications to check with your docter to see if any of the herbs you take or are considering taking could interact with your prescription medications.

Buying certified organic products

It is best to buy all herbs & foods with organic certification to reduce your exposure to pesticides, fungicides & herbicides. Look for the certification seal on products as well as the name of the group who has certified it as organic & confirm that the group that certified it is legitimate.

Plant Based Supplements:

This is a list of some plant based supplements made from fruit, vegetables, herbs, seeds, barks & roots.

These supplements listed are anti-inflammatory.

Π“---------------------------------------------------ΰΈ― Hormonal Support Supplements:

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Ashwaganda Root:

Ashwaganda is a root that contains withanaloids that:

  • Act as an antioxidant
  • Act as a analgesic (pain reliever)
  • Lower Inflammation
  • Lower cortisol levels
  • Reduce anxiety
  • Reduce depression
  • Heal stomach & intestinal ulcers
  • Balance hormones
  • Raise testosterone
  • Increase muscle strength & size
  • Decrease stored fat
  • Increase stamina
  • Encourage sleep

Where to purchase:

It can be purchased online & in local stores. It is easier to find & to purchase from online retailers.

Forms of use:

It can be purchased in the form of capsules, a powder or a alcohol / glycerin tincher extract.

Recommend dosage:

Powder:

Take it daily for 2 to 4 weeks at 1/3 - 1/2 teaspoon 3 times per day. Then take a break for 1 -2 weeks. Then

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Anyone used Earth Science Ceramide Healthy Skin Lotion??

This is more or less the only (affordable) ceramide-containing cream I can find on iherb, so I was wondering if it was any good.

Ingredients: Aqua, carthamus tinctorius (safflower) seed oil, cetearyl alcohol, glyceryl stearate se, glycerin, butyrospermum parkii (shea butter), organic helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil, dimethicone, cannabis sativa (hemp) seed oil, tocopherol, ascorbic acid, glycosphingolipids (plant ceramides), allantoin, organic aloe barbadensis leaf juice, ulva lactuca (sea lettuce) extract, yeast extract, lecithin, organic algae extract, rosa canina (rose hip) fruit oil, panthenol, hydrolyzed soy protein, glyceryl caprylate, glyceryl undecylenate, potassium cetyl phosphate, xanthan gum, sorbitol, citric acid

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