This cold spring brought a late season for the trees but this does not have any impact on what is going to happen in August and the fall for outdoor pollen and mold spores.
There are many weeds that cause seasonal allergies.
First I would like to refer to this term that has been used this season called the pollen vortex.
A vortex refers to weather, like the wind, and not to pollen.…
Well, the outdoor allergy season is almost over and we will soon be finished doing collections and providing information to the public through our reports that we produce.
The pollen in the air is generally at low levels or even absent on many days now. It came as a surprise to me recently to realize how much is known about the immune responses of plants and, moreover, how much there is to know.
Use a melon baller or a measuring spoon to scoop out truffle shapes (or roll them with your hands! Then freeze before drizzling with creamy, salted peanut butter. A quick trip to the fridge or freezer and these gems are ready for fast and immediate consumption.
Dunk those babies in dairy-free dark chocolate and sprinkle with a touch more sea salt. They’re: Crunchy on the outside Creamy on the inside Chocolate-y Caramel-y Peanut butter-y Perfectly salty-sweet Simple Decadent Intensely satisfying & Highly addictive After sampling my first two I promptly hauled these down to the office staff in our apartment building.
Endorphin is one of the natural “happy” chemicals released by our bodies.
This chemical which is secreted by our brains is responsible for helping us relieves stress, anxiety, and allows us to have higher tolerance for pain. Well not only are people saying it but so are the trees.
Some of them include plantain, nettles, ragweed and others. Celiac disease is a condition that affects the digestive systems of many individuals all over the world, and in this article, the goal is to explain it in a way that anyone can understand what’s really happening.