My Little Paradise – #5

Here we go with the last visit to my little oasis. I began to replant this part of the garden this spring. Therefore some plants are only settling. Still everything is developing and most plants have grown even bigger than they look on the picture. Also here too, I took pictures between May and July to catch the flowers at their most beautiful stages. I leave you with a collection of impressions.

I was fighting these weeds in the middle of the picture like crazy in the whole garden last year. But not that much this year anymore. Because due to my studies, I learned about the value those plants have. The plant is called field horsetail and has a detoxifying, purifying and firming effect. The high proportion of silicic acid strengthens the connective tissue and helps to counteract brittle nails and hair. It is a very good remedy against cellulite. It can be used as a tea, in balms, creams, oils, and tinctures. So, I am still trying to keep it from taking over (which is not easy), but in particular places, I let it grow and reap it.

Thanks for visiting!

In Love and Light

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The purpose of my blog is to inspire and shine a light on the beauty and power of the wonderful being inside your body. You came into this world to share what only you can give. Remember who you really are, conquer the world the way you always wanted to, and become the blessing to us all that you were meant to be.


It is a dream indeed, and I learned to treasure it deeply although I am used to it all my life. But exactyl because of the gained awareness I treasure the fact of living here even more. Thank you so much, Holly πŸ’–

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