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https://flic.kr/p/nYfqpN | Archive: Salt Ponds in Botswana (Archive: NASA, International Space Station, 03/01/07) | Salt ponds of Botswana are featured in this image photographed by an Expedition 14 crewmember on the International Space Station. This recent, detailed view shows the salt ponds of one of Africa's major producers of soda ash (sodium carbonate) and salt. Soda ash is used for glass making, in metallurgy, in the detergent industry, and in chemical manufacture. The image shows a…

Dirty Springwash | Lush List of ingredients Water (Aqua) Sodium Laureth Sulfate Sodium Cocoamphoacetate Glycerine Lauryl Betaine Sodium Bicarbonate Propylene Glycol Perfume Fine Sea Salt Spearmint Oil Menthol Crystals Thyme Oil

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33 Surprising Baking Soda Uses & Remedies

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Baking soda neutralizes the ph in the soil and nothing will grow there. use baking soda around all of the edges of flower beds to keep the grass and weeds from growing into beds. Just sprinkle it onto the soil so that it covers it lightly. Do this twice a year - spring and fall. Awesome! | Craft ~ Your ~ HomeCraft ~ Your ~ Home

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WHY BAKING SODA IS ONE OF THE GREATEST THINGS YOU COULD USE. HERE IS WHAT YOU DIDN’T KNOW BAKING SODA COULD DO

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Baking Soda and Castor Oil Can Treat More than 20 Health Problems

Castor oil is made from the seeds of the castor plant. It is thick and has a slight pungent smell—you don’t want to use it on your skin when getting ready for a first date.

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How to skeletonize leaves ~ Stovetop method using sodium carbonate (washing soda) does take some time, & not suitable for small kids. Another link including projects for the finished leaves : http://www.christinedebeer.ca/skeleton-leaves #craft #skeletonize #leaf

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Antique Blue Hebron Glass BeadsMaterial:GlassOrigin:PalestineCondition:Robust Coarse Condition. Glass Decay EvidentAge:Est 200 - 800 Years

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Samphire, tiny defender of sea-ravaged coastlines

Samphire, tiny defender of sea-ravaged coastlines. Known as a culinary delicacy, this coastal plant plays an important role in saltmarshes – a powerful buffer against erosion from pounding waves. And, although these marshes may not look glamorous, they absorb the power of waves far better than manmade sea walls. With about 17% of the UK’s coast facing erosion, a number of projects are tearing down sea walls and sacrificing land to develop into salt marshes as a buffer against wild seas. As…

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