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Grow artichokes

Instructions for growing artichokes in pots or in the vegetable garden. Practical tips for growing artichokes from abandoned crops. The artichoke is a plant of the Asteraceae family. It can be grown in the garden for both food purposes and to exploit its medicinal properties. Artichoke: plant The artichoke is a perennial herbaceous plant, it can grow up to 1.5 meters and is cultivated for its flowering.
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How to make homemade ketchup

Together with mayonnaise, ketchup is among the most consumed sauces in the world; it is used to flavor sandwiches, french fries, hamburgers and hot dogs. Although this sauce is readily available in any supermarket, it might be a good idea to make it yourself; ketchup is easily prepared without having to resort to thickeners, artificial flavors, dyes or industrial preservatives: ingredients that unfortunately we find in those already packaged.
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Mold stains on the walls

The mold stains on the walls of the house certainly hide a big problem of humidity! Before removing them, it is good to make sure that their appearance is not due to infiltrations or water leaks: if so, you will necessarily have to contact specialized personnel.Very often mold is caused by bad habits such as drying clothes at home, not never ventilate the rooms, etc.
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Cracked heels, all effective remedies

Cracked heels are as common a problem as dry skin. Cracked heels is a disorder described by the term "xerosis". Xerosis, in the medical field, is the lack of moisture or sebum in the skin, so this term means dry skin.One of the symptoms of xerosis are the classic streaks present on the heel and peeling skin.
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Dust mites, all information

Dust mites: do dust mites sting? They are visible? Info on the life cycle, remedies, allergy symptoms and everything you need to know about dust mites Dust mites are not visible to the human eye, they do not sting and do not feel, yet they are there and the signs are clear: according to the Province of Belluno they are responsible for 47 allergies with respiratory symptoms.
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Spirulina algae, a source of well-being

Spirulina algae contains many proteins, minerals and vitamins which give it antioxidant properties. But the properties of this alga that is grown in lakes or reservoirs enriched with minerals from which the alga gets nourishment do not end! Spirulina algae is rich in proteins in large quantities, not surprisingly it is one of the major sources of vegetable protein, with a protein content of 65, it also contains vitamins, minerals, arbohydrates, chlorophyll and lipids.
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