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While filling your bath, drop 5-10 green tea bags while the water is running.This bath will detox your body, relax you, and give your skin a bountiful amount of minerals! -HAIR: apply green tea on your hair too because it soothes dandruff, reduces hair loss and increases hair growth -FACE: Soak a chamomile tea bag in water and apply to skin for one minute. Repeat as often as needed.

While filling your bath, drop 5-10 green tea bags while the water is running.This bath will detox your body, relax you, and give your skin a bountiful amount of minerals! -HAIR: apply green tea on your hair too because it soothes dandruff, reduces hair loss and increases hair growth -FACE: Soak a chamomile tea bag in water and apply to skin for one minute. Repeat as often as needed.

This Baked Oatmeal Treat Recipe by Lemon Tree Dwelling is a hearty and delicious, filled with oats recipe. Perfect for breakfast or everyday snacks! Hello and Happy New Year, Friends! It’s Cathy from Lemon Tree Dwelling, here today to share this delicious Trailside Treat Baked Oatmeal with...

Trailside Treat Baked Oatmeal

This Baked Oatmeal Treat Recipe by Lemon Tree Dwelling is a hearty and delicious, filled with oats recipe. Perfect for breakfast or everyday snacks! Hello and Happy New Year, Friends! It’s Cathy from Lemon Tree Dwelling, here today to share this delicious Trailside Treat Baked Oatmeal with...

She Reads Truth - online Bible reading plans. Past plans include themes by book, subject, or season (Advent for example).

She Reads Truth - online Bible reading plans. Past plans include themes by book, subject, or season (Advent for example).

Great example of how correlation does not imply causation. It is sad that most people do not understand science. Ask your students to propose other reasons for the data such as poverty or access to health care. Better yet, have them come up with other positive correlations such as number of supermarkets or number of television sets.

Great example of how correlation does not imply causation. It is sad that most people do not understand science. Ask your students to propose other reasons for the data such as poverty or access to health care. Better yet, have them come up with other positive correlations such as number of supermarkets or number of television sets.