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The Unborn Baby - High Tech Photographs / Pro-life Anti-Abortion Video. Photos courtesy of Priests For Life. Pachabel's Cannon music from the Music Bakery. Video from rosaryfilms of Secret of the Rosary. Development of the Unborn Baby. Fetal Development; From conception to birth; Day 1: fertilization: all human chromosomes are present; unique human life begins. Day 6: embryo begins implantation in the uterus. Day 22: heart begins to beat with the child's own blood, often a different type than the mothers'. Week 3: By the end of third week the child's backbone spinal column and nervous system are forming. The liver, kidneys and intestines begin to take shape. Week 4: By the end of week four the child is ten thousand times larger than the fertilized egg. Week 5: Eyes, legs, and hands begin to develop. Week 6: Brain waves are detectable; mouth and lips are present; fingernails are forming. Week 7: Eyelids, and toes form, nose distinct. The baby is kicking and swimming. Week 8: Every organ is in place, bones begin to replace cartilage, and fingerprints begin to form. By the 8th week the baby can begin to hear. Weeks 9 and 10: Teeth begin to form, fingernails develop. The baby can turn his head, and frown. The baby can hiccup. Weeks 10 and 11: The baby can "breathe" amniotic fluid and urinate. Week 11 the baby can grasp objects placed in its hand; all organ systems are functioning. The baby has a skeletal structure, nerves, and circulation. Week 12: The baby has all of the parts necessary to experience pain, including nerves, spinal cord, and thalamus. Vocal cords are complete. The baby can suck its thumb. Week 14: At this age, the heart pumps several quarts of blood through the body every day. Week 15: The baby has an adult's taste buds. Month 4: Bone Marrow is now beginning to form. The heart is pumping 25 quarts of blood a day. By the end of month 4 the baby will be 8-10 inches in length and will weigh up to half a pound. Week 17: The baby can have dream (REM) sleep. Week 19: Babies can routinely be saved at 21 to 22 weeks after fertilization, and sometimes they can be saved even younger. Week 20: The earliest stage at which Partial birth abortions are performed. At 20 weeks the baby recognizes its' mothers voice. Months 5 and 6: The baby practices breathing by inhaling amniotic fluid into its developing lungs. The baby will grasp at the umbilical cord when it feels it. Most mothers feel an increase in movement, kicking, and hiccups from the baby. Oil and sweat glands are now functioning. The baby is now twelve inches long or more, and weighs up to one and a half pounds. Months 7 through 9: Eyeteeth are present. The baby opens and closes his eyes. The baby is using four of the five senses (vision, hearing, taste, and touch.) He knows the difference between waking and sleeping, and can relate to the moods of the mother. The baby's skin begins to thicken, and a layer of fat is produced and stored beneath the skin. Antibodies are built up, and the baby's heart begins to pump 300 gallons of blood per day. Approximately one week before the birth the baby stops growing, and "drops" usually head down into the pelvic cavity. Sources Used: Bergel, Gary (Produced by NRLC) "When You Were Formed in Secret." 1998. Flanagan, Geraldine Lux. Beginning Life. The Marvelous Journey from Conception to Birth. New York: DK Publishing Inc., 1996. Hopson, Janet L. Fetal Psychology. Oct. 1998. 07 Jan 2003. Internet Sources: "Fetal Development." 07 Jan 2003.
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Learn more about LIVESTRONG's fertility preservation resources toll-free at 855.220.7777 or visit http://livestrong.org/Sarah.
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The perfect solution for poor soil areas Convenient and Innovative Grass Seed, Fertilizer and Vermiculite Mixture Just seed and water, no soil required even grows on concrete. *******canadagreenperfectgrass****/
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Trying to get pregnant? Here's the latest research on how a vacation in the sun can increase fertility - and how to use foods rich in vitamin D to get pregnant quickly and naturally.
29 Jan 2010
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When the harvest is over, the people of Tamil Nadu express their gratitude to the gods, the earth and their cattle. For four days, they celebrate with abandon and worship with devotion. Pongal, the harvest festival in mid-January is a very important one in Tamil Nadu. Pongal festivities continue through the first four days of the Tamil month of Thai (mid-January to mid-February). The houses are cleaned, painted and decorated. People wear new clothes and the cattle are gaily caparisoned with beads, bells and flowers--their horns painted and capped with gleaming metals. TIME OF THE YEAR Pongal falls in mid-January, at the beginning if Thai, which is a month of hope and joy and is considered very auspicious for marriages As a Tamil saying goes, "When Thai is born, it paves the way for hope." The month prior to Thai is Margazhi, considered inauspicious as it symbolizes the death of the sun as it journeys to the winter solstice. It is, however, believed that if a young unmarried woman offers prayers daily before dawn, the Gods would bless her with a suitable husband. CELEBRATIONS Though more popular in the rural areas, it is celebrated with the same gusto and fervor by the urban population too and the preparations are quite elaborate. One can notice beautiful Kolams (decorative patterns made on the floor with rice flour) gracing the entrance of most houses. Kolams are generally drawn, traditionally speaking, with rice flour, the idea being that insects would feed on it and bless the household. The kolam also bore sociological significance and is even today religiously performed as a threshold ceremony before dawn in traditional households. Today, the kolam serves decorative purposes, and therefore almost no one takes the pain to draw it with rice flour. Instead, substitutes that can make instant kolams are popularly used. At the center of the Kolam is a lump of cow-dung, which holds a five-petalled pumpkin flower--a symbol of fertility and an offering of love to the presiding deity. However, one thing that distracts from the solemnity of the festival is the film music blaring out of microphones. Major festivals in the south are irrevocably linked to the buying of new clothes and the preparing of sweets and other delicacies. The shops are flooded with new things begging to be bought. For women, it is a must to put flowers in their hair, as this is considered auspicious. Several community events like bullfight and bird fights are organized and community dinners made from the newly harvested crop are enjoyed by all. RITUALS All the four days of Pongal have their own significance as separate deities are worshipped each day. On the first day, Bhogi or the Rain God is worshipped. The day begins with a til oil bath and in the evening there is a bonfire in which all the rubbish in the house is burnt. The second day is that of the Surya Pongal. The place where the Pongal puja is to be done, usually the courtyard or open terrace, is washed a day prior to the festival, smeared with cow-dung, and left to dry. Pretty kolams are drawn, which are special to the occasion. At the place where the puja is to be performed, a delicious concoction of rice, moong dal, jaggery and milk is cooked in a new earthenware pot on an open fire. But before that, some fresh ginger is tied around the pot. As the Pongal boils over and spills out of the pot, children waiting for this go around the pot, clapping their hands and crying "Pongalo Pongal". Once the Pongal is ready, it is tempered with cashew nuts and raisins fried in ghee. The Pongal is offered, on a new banana leaf along with other traditional delicacies like Vadas, and payasam, to the Sun God in gratitude for bestowing his blessings on the land and the harvest. Sugarcane, grain, sweet potatoes etc. are also offered. The third day is that of the cattle worship or Mattu Pongal. On this day, the cattle are caparisoned and paraded in the village after they have been offered the Pongal. The fourth and final day marks the KanyaPongal, when birds are worshipped. Major attractions of this day are bull and bird fights. The Sankranti Rath (chariot) is a typical Pongal kolam. Earlier, the ropes of the rath were kept open till the day after Pongal, when all were "joined" from house to house symbolizing a collective desire to realize an uninterrupted cosmic cycle. Today, no one has the time or inclination to be quite so ritualistic and patterns are confined to houses and the immediate area outside it.
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*******bit.ly/PregnantFast Revealed! How You Can Get Naturally Pregnant At Any Age Within 60 Days Using Proven Methods... Pregnant In 60 Days is a Complete Guide that teaches you How to Easily Implement Holistic and Natural Treatments that will maximize your chances of Getting Naturally Pregnant In 60 Days! Pregnant In 60 Days is based on the Evaluation of Various Natural and Holistic Treatments that have worked for thousands of women worldwide, including the author. There are The Keys to a Healthy Pregnancy by Understanding Your Body, Different Disorders, Causes and Natural Treatments. Find Out About Various Factors that are Complicating Your Pregnancy. Make sure What You Need to Eat Before, During and After Pregnancy. Everything you should know about prenatal workouts and exercises. The right exercises to ensure that you conceive and have a safe and healthy pregnancy. Get the Proven "Hypnosis To Stress Relief Mp3" that can help you cut down on stress and maximize your chances of getting pregnant. Use the power of Hypnosis to get your body into a better shape to prepare for your pregnancy. Take control of your fertility and remember this... "Motherhood Is Not For Just A Select Few - You Now Possess The Ability To Become One Within 60 Days..." To learn more about get Pregnant In 60 Days, please visit our website: *******bit.ly/PregnantFast
28 Dec 2010
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*** Nira Radia Tapes *** "Nira & Kanimozhi Karunanidhi gossiping against Dayanidhi Maran..!!" --> **** Thumbs UP/Down - SHARE via Twitter, Orkut, Facebook & Comments Please **** WikiLeaks Kanimozhi Karunanidhi is a Member of Parliament, is the daughter of the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Karunanidhi of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) and her half-brothers M.K. Azhagiri is the Minister of Chemicals and Fertilizers and M. K. Stalin is the Deputy Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu. Nira Radia is an Indian PR consultant and lobbyist. Her phone calls which were tapped and recorded showed her lobbying for appointment of DMK Ministers, including A Raja. Vir Sanghi, Barkha Dutt, Raja, Kanimozhi Karunanidhi & Nira Radia are responsible for the Biggest Corruption in the world costing in 1.76 Lakh Crores
12 Jan 2011
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In the Beginning contains splendid imagery, including animation and early photomicrography, of all parts of the mammalian reproductive process. At first, the film documents scenes of animal life, including human children, then the film moves into more biologically detailed scenes that include photos and animation of ovulation, fertilization, and cell division. There are several views of biologists dissecting rabbits in order to show the reproductive system, the young in-utero, the placenta, and the umbilical cord. All the while, narration provides clear explanation of the imagery.
14 Oct 2009
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*******babymakingsecret.info (conceive how to) fertility tips, how to get pregnant, getting pregnant, conception What you can do to increase your chances of conceiving quickly. Fertility tips, preconception health tips, and more. How to get pregnant - MayoClinic**** If you want to conceive, now's the time. But how can you tell when you're ovulating? Trying to conceive. The National Women's Health Information Center. How to Get Pregnant Fast: Ovulation, Conception, and Timing Want to get pregnant fast? Increase your chances of a speedy conception with tools that predict ovulation, home tests that measure semen and saliva, Healthy Pregnancy - Trying to Get Pregnant? - Trying to Conceive But ART has made it possible for many couples to have children that otherwise would not have been conceived. ART can be expensive and time-consuming. Getting Pregnant - Signs of Pregnancy, Ovulation, Conception Getting pregnant is fun, but it can take some practice. Learn what you need to know to maximize your chances of conception by learning about ovulation, ... Trying to Conceive: Fertility and conception resources at iVillage If you are trying to conceive, the resources at iVillage Pregnancy and Parenting may help. Welcome to Getting Pregnant! Conceived to help you conceive a baby! The site that is full of advice and information about trying for a baby and - if necessary - overcoming infertility as naturally as possible. How To Conceive Conception Help Resources Fertility Information Offers How To Conceive Conception Help Resources Fertility Information Infertility Help Visit Conceive**** To Help Plan Your Family! Conception Ovulation How to Conceive Increase your chances of conception. All you need to know about Ovulation, Natural conception, assisted conception and pre-pregnancy nutrition. Trying to Conceive Planning a Baby Advice & Tips How to Get Trying for a baby can be difficult. Visit Askamum today where you will find information on how to maximise your chances of getting pregnant.
27 Oct 2009
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http://SupremeMasterTV.com – Dazzling Dances of India (In Hindi). Episode: 1649, Air Date: 21 March 2011. Today’s A Journey through Aesthetic Realms will be presented in Hindi, with subtitles in Arabic, Aulacese (Vietnamese), Chinese, English, French, German, Hindi, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mongolian, Persian, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish. Halo graceful viewers, and welcome to A Journey through Aesthetic Realms on Supreme Master Television. On today’s episode, we are delighted to present a few traditional dances from the beautiful country of India. One of the most ancient civilizations on the globe, her rich artistic heritage has evolved during more than 8,000 years of continuous cultural development. This is reflected in the many forms of performance arts. Every year, countless regional as well as national festivals showcase hundreds of folk dances, many of which have roots traceable to a particular part of the country. Our first dance is Garba, performed during the 9-day Navarātrī festival, which honors fertility and the divine origin of humanity. The colorfully dressed dancers, both males and females, are arranged in a circle surrounding a figure of a god or goddess, which has been placed in a central space or in a well-designed perforated earthen pot called Garbo. The dancers’ circle represents the recurring cycle of birth and death. The many forms of this are displayed as a kaleidoscopic pattern shown by the dancers, symbolizing the ever-changing nature of the physical world, with only God at the center being eternal. Originating in the Gujarat region of India, Garba is a very lively dance with performers clapping or joining their palms after each move. In addition to India, Garba has also become very popular in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. Dholcholam is a drum dance popular in the northeastern state of Manipur. It is a mesmerizing performance by individual or group dancers at the Holi carnival every spring when, according to folk tradition, people sprinkle each other with colored powder or water to celebrate Mother’s love. Dressed in vibrant costumes, Dholcholam dancers may carry various types of drums depending on the occasion, swaying their supple bodies and limbs gently like flowers in the spring breeze. At times, the drummer may perform acrobatic feats as the drumbeat goes faster and faster, leading the all-percussion ensemble. Next, please enjoy a fantastic Dholcholam performance. The eastern Indian state of Orissa is known for its Odissi – one of the 6 classical Indian dance forms. Accompanied by traditional Indian instruments, the artists display beautiful poses and hand gestures in slow graceful movements. Throughout the centuries, Odissi has received enthusiastic royal patronage. It was also practiced as a prayer ritual by women who took care of Indian temples. The following is a short presentation of this classical dance. Kathak was the name for the nomadic poets of ancient northern India who traveled around telling scriptural stories, accompanying themselves by choreographed movements. During over 1600 years of evolution, this dance absorbed many forms of folk arts from different origins. These included the devotional ritual of the Bhakti religious movement, the straight leg dance style of Persian dancers, and the spinning movement of the mystic swirling dervishes. The addition of ankle bells also occurred during the development of Kathak. Let’s take a look at this ingenious blend of styles. Although different in pace and strength, in many ways Kagalumba is quite similar to the Spanish dance Flamenco. This includes maintaining a straight vertical axis of the body, swirling movements, and elegant footwork. The Romanis are known for their wonderful talent and self expression. Nowadays, the remaining Romanis in India continue the time-honored artistic traditions of their ancestors. Our next show is Kagalumba, a Rajasthan Romani folk dance with enchanting vocal and instrumental accompaniments. Among the India folk ballets, perhaps the one that requires the most skill is the Stick Dance. Developed from a martial art in the northeastern state of Manipur, Stick Dance can be performed in solo or in group. The dancer, often dressed in a spirited martial art outfit, uses two sticks, one in each hand, to control a centrally tapered wand to prevent it from falling on the ground. While doing so, the dancer increases the difficulty of the stunt according to the accelerating rhythms of the drum and cymbals, while the audience admire in disbelief. Meaning “beauty,” Lavani has been a popular folk dance of Maharashtra state for centuries. It is performed by charming women wearing nine-yard long saris and ankle bells to the exultant beat of the traditional Indian drum dholak. In some cases, the dancers also sing along with the rhythm. The dance enjoyed its peak popularity during the Peshwai Dynasty in Pune, when it became the favorite of the royal court. Common themes include a variety of subjects related to religion, social life, and romance. Now, please enjoy a beautiful performance of Lavani. Our last Indian folk dance presentation today is Bhangra. It is a community dance developed in 1400 or earlier by Punjabi Sikh farmers to celebrate the harvest season on the village grounds. During the festivity, men and women wearing colorful traditional dresses sing Punjabi folk songs and play a number of musical instruments, including various kinds of drums and flutes. Currently, Bhangra dance and music are also an integral part of weddings, Indian New Year celebrations, and other jubilant occasions. As our society becomes increasingly global, Bhangra has extended to many parts of the world including the entire South Asia, the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. The rhythms and dance styles have also been combined with other genres such as hip-hop and reggae. Today we have seen eight folk dances of India, each with a unique origin and elegance. India’s rich artistic heritage has evolved for thousands of years, adding immeasurable beauty and upliftment to our world. May the spiritual Indian people, many of whom follow a plant-based lifestyle, continue to thrive, gracing a sustainable planet for eons to come, with all God’s blessings Precious viewers, thank you for watching today’s A Journey through Aesthetic Realms. Up next on Supreme Master Television is Vegetarianism: The Noble Way of Living, following Noteworthy News. May all world citizens realize their noble and compassionate God nature.
25 May 2011
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www.PropertiesInPuertoRico.com Barceloneta / Bo. Florida Afuera - This is a 6.79 acre land located in a secluded yet updated homes community. The land was used as a former pineapple farm. The farm was abounded and the vegetation has over grown. There are still many pineapples growing amoung the brush and in some open areas on the land. The property is accessible on foot walking through brush areas. The former tenants had a live in structure that is also abounded and not currently in living condition. The land has potential and very fertile and only needs maintenance. Can be used for agriculture or possible residence with your own private farm or ranch. Close to many places of interest. Minutes from Prime Outlet Mall and many popular beaches. For more details and information please contact listing broker Katherine Figueroa at 787-289-7808. SPANISH: Bo. Florida Afuera, Riachuelo Sector- Esta es una finca de 7 cuerdas, localizado en una zona exclusiva con propiedades hechas al gusto y de recien construccion. Terrenos fertil y utilizado anteriormente como finca para la siembra de pinas. Actualmente no se usa para siembra de pina, la vegetacion ha crecido pero todavia se puede observan las pinas. La propiedad se puede acceder caminado a pie por las zonas del cepillo. Los antiguos inquilinos tenian un concierto en la estructura que tambien abundaban y no viven actualmente en condiciones. Parte del terreno es caminable y llano. El terreno tiene un gran potencial y muy fertil y solo necesita de mantenimiento. Puede ser utilizado para la agricultura o la construccion de la casa de sus suenos. Cerca de muchos lugares de interes. A minutos de Prime Outlet Mall y Playas populares. Para obtener mas detalles e informacion pongase en contacto con la corredora Katherine Figueroa al 787-289-7808.
20 Feb 2011
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Enter Tao of Venus Wellness Center, www.taoofvenus.com, and experience restorative bliss for your body, mind and spirit. A wellness retreat central to most neighboring Los Angeles cities, you will find integrative tools for each path of your wellness journey. We are a family practice and treat women, men and children. Become transformed with one of our healing treatments of acupuncture, chiropractic, therapeutic massages, lymphatic drainage massage, fertility massage, organic facials , infrared sauna detox, colon hydrotherapy, hypnotherapy , fitness and nutritional guidance and radiation-free breast cancer screenings with thermography. Come in for general wellness, longevity and detox or experience our speciality treatments for fertility, preconception care, pregnancy and womens and mens health. Sip tea while becoming inspired in our relaxation room with our extensive library of books and DVD's on women's health, fertility and cancer prevention and other inspiring written words. Take home Chinese herbs, supplements, fertility support products and other healing surprises. Take the experience home with you by shopping in our gift store for candles, jewelry, journals, soaps, aromatherapy, teas, incense, and more... we might just have the perfect unique gift for you or a loved one. Fully let go as our therapists will be your guide and support system through your journey. We are awaiting your arrival. Distributed by OneLoad.com
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If you already know Ilea from her “ Professional gardening reputation”, you will certainly appreciate this production. She only uses AGGRAND liquid fertilizers and is very self conscience about the environment and chemicals. It’s also a good fun QUIZ GAME for you other Gardening Professionals, as you try to name the flowers before the name appears. Ilea has an uncanny talent for growing flowers. Here are a few with their common (and sometimes) botanical names. These flowers are simply beautiful for something that grows out of the ground! If you like this video, please pass the link on to your flower loving friends. I know Ilea would appreciate it, and so would I. Thanks for watching and subscribing.
5 Aug 2008
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*******www.midoribamboo**** Wrap Your Baby in the Softness of Bamboo Baby Clothing Midori Bamboo offers unique bamboo baby clothing products and packaging that are as special as your baby. Bamboo is a remarkable renewable and sustainable resource. When you choose bamboo baby clothing and bamboo baby accessories from Midori Bamboo, you’re making a choice that provides the best for your baby and makes a positive difference to our environment! The Advantages of Organic Bamboo Baby Clothes Naturally hypo-allergenic and perfect for sensitive skin Naturally anti-bacterial Thermal regulating-breathable Super soft and silky, similar to cashmere Odor free Super absorbent Bamboo Baby Clothes Make a Perfect Gift What a surprise not only to receive a baby gift made from bamboo, but especially one that is beautifully nestled in a keepsake Midori Bamboo Box. Give a gift that truly makes a difference and will be appreciated for many years to come. Let’s Take Baby Steps Toward a Greener Tomorrow Why bamboo? With the growing awareness of our environment, consumers want more information on the amount of resources required to produce the products they use. Products made from bamboo (like bamboo baby clothes) have gained incredible status as the most environmentally friendly raw material on earth, especially when compared to cotton. This is why bamboo is such an amazing plant. Bamboo is used as a resource for many things such as building products, textiles, food and medicine. More importantly, bamboo also works as a highly effective air filter absorbing huge amounts of carbon dioxide while cooling and oxygenating the air. As the most eco-sustainable textile currently on the market, bamboo helps to keep a baby’s footprint virtually carbon-free. As the world demands more energy, products made from bamboo fiber help to offset that demand. Bamboo is a remarkable, renewable and sustainable resource. Since all of the viscose from bamboo is processed in China and there is such an abundance of bamboo growing in China, Midori Bamboo uses bamboo grown from there. How does bamboo grow? Bamboo isn’t farmed in the conventional way. Bamboo grows naturally, without assistance from man. Bamboo thrives naturally without using any pesticides or fertilizers. As the fastest growing plant in the world, bamboo grows to its maximum height in about 3 months and reaches maturity in 3-4 years. Bamboo is actually classified as a grass, not a tree. There are over 1500 species that grow in all different types of climates. Think how long it takes to grow a tree to full maturity. Bamboo does not require replanting because it continually creates new sprouts. It spreads rapidly across large areas and requires very little water. Because of this, bamboo is known to improve soil quality in degraded and eroded areas of land. How bamboo compares to cotton. As one of the world’s most versatile and environmentally-friendly materials, bamboo has been used as the perfect natural resource for thousands of years. Bamboo requires no fertilizers, pesticides or insecticides to grow so the fabric has no harmful chemical residues to irritate your skin unlike most cotton clothing, which leaves behind damaging chemicals in the fabric. Growing cotton requires the use of fertilizers and insecticides; many are among the most toxic chemicals on earth. It takes 1/3 of a pound of chemical fertilizers to produce just one pound of cotton (basically one t-shirt). The cotton industry is non-sustainable and causes enormous damage to the earth’s air, water and soil. It impacts the health of the people that work in the cotton fields as well as those living in and around the area of the cotton fields. Most consumers are unaware of these facts because cotton is what we all grew up with and we never questioned the process. In comparison, bamboo requires NO fertilizer, pesticides or chemicals to grow. It has no harmful residue left on it compared with the non-sustainable, chemically damaging cultivation that cotton requires. For these reasons bamboo is considered a viable alternative to cotton. Make a newborn’s first footprint carbon-free with the luscious softness of bamboo baby clothing. Gifts come beautifully packaged in natural bamboo boxes. Video SEO Provided by NetBiz Inc. *******seo-search-engine-optimization****biz****
20 May 2010
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*******www.mcfivf****/html/donor_egg_program.html The Muasher Center offers an egg donation program in Virginia to couples that have not been able to conceive using other infertility treatments. In vitro fertilization and intrauterine insemination can be tried first but if these treatments fail, the next option would be to use an egg donor. The Muasher Center screens their egg donors very carefully both psychologically and medically.
25 Nov 2009
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PLANT NUTRIENTS & SOIL ACTIVATOR ACTIVATED BIOMASS -- NATURAL ORGANICS A PROPRIETORY TECHNIQUE USING NATURALLY FERMENTED BIOMASS INJECTED WITH ACTIVE PLANT BIO-NUTRIENTS FORMULATED FROM A SYNTHESIS OF MULTIPLE INDEGENOUS PLANT BASED ENZYMES ACTIVATED BY COLONIES OF EFFECTIVE INDEGENOUS MICROBES. SUITABLE FOR ALL PLANTS & SOIL TYPES PROPERTIES & BENEFITS:- • Naturally organic and environmentally safe • Functions to develop a sustainable ecosystem • Safe for all life forms • Faster action, easy to use and economical • Suppresses soil and root pathogens • Aids in roots and fine roots formation • Catalyses many plant biological processes • Activates and improves soil fertility and soil microbial activity • Repopulating soil with effective indigenous microbes harvested from established rainforest ecosystem • Chelates soil nutrients and promotes plant nutrient uptake • Increases plant defense system, helps suppress disease • Promotes anti-oxidant activity • Increases stress tolerance of plants • Increases quality of produce by optimizing the plants natural potential • Increases crop yield and productivity • Extends plant's life and reduces mortality rate Application Rate:- Cast lightly on soil surface around plant -- app 150kg per acre Can also be applied in planting holes to replace CIRP. *******www.youtube****/user/EmarcoEntp
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