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'In traditional Chinese medicine, human beings are considered miniature versions of the universe, and like the universe, they are thought to be made up of the constant interaction of five elements (metal, water, fire, wood, and earth). It is believed that these five elements flow in an interrelated manner throughout all the organs of the body as the five phases of universal qi (pronounced "chee"), with qi defined as the life force - the intrinsic energy in the body that travels along pathways in the body called meridians. A state of good health is achieved when the interactions between these elements cause the flow of your qi to occur in a smooth and balanced manner. You could say that one reason you study tai chi is to help your qi flow smoothly.'
Benefits of Qigong practice include optimizing the delivery of oxygen and nutrition to the tissues, increasing the efficiency of cellular metabolism, altering neurochemistry towards healing, managing pain and mood, reducing heart rate and blood pressure, and facilitating relaxation and mental focus.Qigong can be done anywhere, anytime. It can be practiced while sitting, standing, moving, not moving,or lying down. It is excellent for stress reduction, prevention of illness, dealing with chronic illness, healthy and active aging, and longevity.
'Hempcrete has high thermal mass. Thermal mass is the ability of a material to absorb and store heat energy. Much heat energy is required to change the temperature of high-density materials like hempcrete, concrete, bricks and tiles. They are therefore said to have high thermal mass. Lightweight materials such as timber have low thermal mass.
Hempcrete has a high thermal mass. This means Hempcrete is better able to regulate temperatures within the home, keeping it cool in the summer but insulates in winter.'
This hardy, deciduous shrub has increased in popularity in recent years. It yields a plentiful supply of nutritious red berries, which can be eaten fresh, cooked or dried.
Common name: Goji berries, Duke of Argyll's tea-tree
Botanical name: Lycium barbarum
Group Deciduous, fruiting shrub
Flowering time: Summer
Planting time: Late summer to autumn
Height and Spread: 3m (10ft) x 4m (13ft) or more
Aspect: Full sun
Hardiness: Fully hardy
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