Rosehip: benefits and harms

Image by Innviertlerin from PixabayRosehip is a perennial shrub of the rose family. Today, there are up to five hundred species of rose hips. From early spring, the bushes are covered with flowers, which turn into ripe berries by the beginning of September. The medicinal properties of wild rose flowers are widely known, and their…

Rosehip: benefits and harms — For Health

Cat Report

. CASTING OUT DEMONS, ROTHSCHILDS, BANKERS, PILGRIMS, AND MAMMON Let TRUTH HISTORY break the locks and chains on our planetary PRISON and destroy our enslavers the Rothschilds and British banksters. To read the evidence that we have collected, go to: https://americans4innovation.blogspot.com/2021/10/one-of-historys-greatest-battles-is.html. In the meantime, buckle up “butter cups” for history lessons that government indoctrination centers do…

Cat Report — American Intelligence Media

Happy Tuesday!

Hiya Everyone! 

As you know, Tuesdays are Ms. Purrseidon’s snoopervisiory days for the garden, so I’ve claimed Tuesday. This post is purrticipating in Ms. Sandee’s Comedy Plus’s Blog Hop I am sharing things that make me happy. BUT before I get to that, Ms. Purr told me to tell you about tomorrow’s full moon…. It sounds very exciting. The Full Moon will peak on Wednesday, Oct. 20 at 10:57 a.m. EST. This moon, which aligns with Aries brings fiery energy good for starting new things and ending things that no longer serve you, so it clears the way for new beginnings to take place. Don’t you also think that sounds exciting?!? And IF that isn’t thrilling enough, this moon is either called the Freezing Moon OR the Hunter’s Moon. You can read more about it here.

Pawsephone

Sunday Selfies

Dear Furiends,

Amazing news: Rumble has mastered catching moles!!!! I thought the first time was a fluke, then he dug one up on the other side of the house!!!! And no, he isn’t violent, just catches them, plays a while, then releases them… Who knew a mole could run so fast through grass?!? I never knew I’ve be so fortunate to have an apprentice gardener who could catch moles! Alas, no photos of that because I was too surprise to think to take a photo, then, or get a live action video of a sprinting mole. HOWEVER, I did snap a photo of Rumble inspecting a croton – the colors are purrmanent autumn:

Before I forget to mention it, this post is purrticipating in The Cat on My Head’s Sunday Selfies Blog Hop – please, click here to visit our dear furiends, The Kitties Blue, as well as other Sunday hoppers.

Angel, our dear furiend in Ohio reports that his weather is cooler, but basically ‘same thing’.

Katsu is still falling asleep when he is supposed to be mentoring homework <sigh>

Pawsephone is patiently waiting for Halloween… I haven’t told her that we’ll have the excitement of Hunter’s Moon before Halloween gets here… Do you think I should tell her on the 20th or forewarn her?

Have a wonderful week, dear furiends!

Purrseidon

Alpine Herbs

IF you happen to be interested in herbs, you will probably like learning about these Alpine herbs: