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  • Great Ocean Walk
  • Time to lift the anchor and start exploring
    โš“๏ธโš“๏ธโš“๏ธโš“๏ธโš“๏ธโš“๏ธโš“๏ธโš“๏ธโš“๏ธโš“๏ธโš“๏ธโš“๏ธโš“๏ธโš“๏ธโš“๏ธโš“๏ธ
    ๐Ÿ“ท Canon 600D
    ๐Ÿ” sigma 10-20mm
    ๐ŸŒWreck Beach, VIC-
  • Time to lift the anchor and start exploring
โš“๏ธโš“๏ธโš“๏ธโš“๏ธโš“๏ธโš“๏ธโš“๏ธโš“๏ธโš“๏ธโš“๏ธโš“๏ธโš“๏ธโš“๏ธโš“๏ธโš“๏ธโš“๏ธ
๐Ÿ“ท Canon 600D
๐Ÿ” sigma 10-20mm
๐ŸŒWreck Beach, VIC-
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  • (@shes_going_places) Instagram Profile @shes_going_places
  • Douro Marina
  • And with the docking of the #argonauta , Captain Raul personally walked Jeana and me up to a nearby restaurant where we said our goodbyes. 2 kisses in Portugal! I love European greetings!
  • And with the docking of the #argonauta, Captain Raul personally walked Jeana and me up to a nearby restaurant where we said our goodbyes. 2 kisses in Portugal! I love European greetings!
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  • "I am not an optimist, but a great believer of hope."
  • "I am not an optimist, but a great believer of hope."
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  • ๐ŸŒฑComfrey / Symphytum officinale๐Ÿƒ
    During the last week, thanks to a sprained wrist (not ideal during the last month of a massage diploma! ๐Ÿ™ˆ) I’ve been doing comfrey poultices and applying my homemade comfrey/peppermint antiflam balm to help the healing process .
    Comfrey is known as ‘knitbone, bruisewort and boneset’, due to its use in healing broken bones. Thanks to its anti-inflammatory and vulnerary (wound healing) actions, it’s also useful externally for sprains, fractures, swelling, bruises and inflammation and tears of tendons and ligaments. It contains allantoin, which stimulates cell growth in connective tissue, bones and cartilage - enabling injuries to heal quicker by speeding up the process of new tissue growth
    Making a poultice: * Using about 6 leaves, roughly chop & pulse with a food processor/stick blender with about ½ cup of water until it becomes liquid
    * Add flour (or binding agent like cornmeal) & continue to pulse until the mixture becomes a paste * Apply mixture on a clean cloth/towel/gauze & wrap this around the injury (ensuring injury site is clean), using a second cloth or bandage to secure
    * Leave the poultice on for a minimum of 30 mins . **SAFETY**
    * Please note, it’s easy to mistake other plants for Comfrey, so as with all herbs - accurate identification of the plant is ESSENTIAL before using it for any therapeutic purposes. If you are unsure - ask an expert or buy the herb from a reputable retailer
    * Use caution when applying comfrey to open wounds or broken skin – due to it’s ability to heal the skin so quickly, new tissue may cover the wound before deep healing inside, resulting in an abscess or skin infection. If you& #039 ;re unsure - seek advise from a qualified and registered professional
    * Do not use during pregnancy, while breastfeeding or if you have a liver condition, without advice from a qualified and registered professional * Only use externally, unless advised by a qualified and registered professional
    #naturopathy #herbalmedicine #herbs #comfrey #symphytumofficinale #antiinflammatory #poultice #herbalism #naturetherapy #healing #herbalfirstaid #nature #naturalhealing #plantmedicine
  • ๐ŸŒฑComfrey / Symphytum officinale๐Ÿƒ 
During the last week, thanks to a sprained wrist (not ideal during the last month of a massage diploma! ๐Ÿ™ˆ) Iโ€™ve been doing comfrey poultices and applying my homemade comfrey/peppermint antiflam balm to help the healing process . 
Comfrey is known as โ€˜knitbone, bruisewort and bonesetโ€™, due to its use in healing broken bones. Thanks to its anti-inflammatory and vulnerary (wound healing) actions, itโ€™s also useful externally for sprains, fractures, swelling, bruises and inflammation and tears of tendons and ligaments. It contains allantoin, which stimulates cell growth in connective tissue, bones and cartilage - enabling injuries to heal quicker by speeding up the process of new tissue growth 
Making a poultice: * Using about 6 leaves, roughly chop & pulse with a food processor/stick blender with about ยฝ cup of water until it becomes liquid
* Add flour (or binding agent like cornmeal) & continue to pulse until the mixture becomes a paste * Apply mixture on a clean cloth/towel/gauze & wrap this around the injury (ensuring injury site is clean), using a second cloth or bandage to secure
* Leave the poultice on for a minimum of 30 mins . **SAFETY**
* Please note, itโ€™s easy to mistake other plants for Comfrey, so as with all herbs - accurate identification of the plant is ESSENTIAL before using it for any therapeutic purposes. If you are unsure - ask an expert or buy the herb from a reputable retailer
* Use caution when applying comfrey to open wounds or broken skin โ€“ due to itโ€™s ability to heal the skin so quickly, new tissue may cover the wound before deep healing inside, resulting in an abscess or skin infection. If you're unsure - seek advise from a qualified and registered professional
* Do not use during pregnancy, while breastfeeding or if you have a liver condition, without advice from a qualified and registered professional * Only use externally, unless advised by a qualified and registered professional 
#naturopathy #herbalmedicine #herbs #comfrey #symphytumofficinale #antiinflammatory #poultice #herbalism #naturetherapy #healing #herbalfirstaid #nature #naturalhealing #plantmedicine
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