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8/18/2009 12:19:22 AM
Summertime and the Garden is Busy
It’s the month when many people go on holiday, and that's true here in the garden. Many of our gardeners take a little time off to rest and refresh themselves, but there is still plenty of activity in the garden itself. Amazingly, some plants wait until August to flower, such as Eupatorium (bonesets), a plant used as a remedy for the flu, and also the beautiful yellow Solidago virgaurea, or goldenrod as it’s commonly known. Here are some of the other plants currently flowering in the garden. The plant Capsicum annuum (chili pepper) is one. It tastes very hot, which makes sense, because when eaten, this plant increases thermogenesis, the body’s...
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Categories: Gardening
8/3/2009 12:23:13 PM
Teeth Brushing for Tots
We get a lot of questions about our Children’s Tooth Gel. When to use it? Is it safe? We think you should start as soon as the teeth show up, but it’s a good idea to get infants used to the idea of teeth brushing before you begin. You can do this by first wrapping a piece of wet gauze around your finger and using it on their gums. Then you can move on to a little finger brush with a dot of Children’s Tooth Gel. The parents who call are always happy to hear that our Children’s Tooth Gel is safe to swallow. And kids love the taste. Becket, pictured, the son of our sales manager Gannon, is 14-months-old and, as his mom puts it,...
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Categories: Baby, Tips & Tricks