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Aloe Vera Wellness Bath - 500 ml
Aloe Vera Wellness Bath - 500 ml

This "feel-good spa" contains the caring, skin-friendly ingredients of Aloe Vera (50%) together with harmonious fragrances, resulting in a bathing experience full of relaxation and enjoyment. The natural moisturising factors and the healthy active substances of aloe vera help to maintain your skin smooth and supple. The unique eudermic qualities of aloe vera have already been known since the antiquity, why the “Queen of the desert” is not only much appreciated by people with skin problems.

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Organic Frying Oil - 750 ml
Organic Frying Oil - 750 ml

This high quality organic frying oil is cold-pressed from the best, controlled, organically grown high-oleic sunflower seeds and then deodorized. It has excellent heat stability and is therefore perfect for frying, cooking, roasting, deep fat frying, for wok dishes and for fondues etc. Fried foods are crispy on the outside and sty succulent inside. With its mild, neutral taste and its high content of unsaturated fatty acids, this oil is also perfect for food and dishes when the oil's own aroma should not be tasted e.g. for mayonnaise, salad dressings or marinades.

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Milk Thistle Capsules - 61 g
Milk Thistle Capsules - 61 g

The milk thistle (Silybum marianum) is a remarkably pretty, violet-flowering plant with spiky stems and leaves which belongs to the composite plants. It is mainly to be found in the Mediterranean region, and grows there on dry, stony ground, at the sides of paths and livestock pastures. From its seed-like fruit, an effective substance complex can be obtained which is named based on the scientific designation for the milk thistle, Silymarin. Only healthy livers can produce bile, which is important for the digestion. This is why we have added the substance choline, which is like a vitamin and is proven to contribute towards a normal lipometabolism and helps maintain and normal, healthy liver function. The trace element zinc is a component of many enzymes and makesan important contribution towards a normal metabolism, inlcuding fats, fatty acids, carbohydrates and proteins. Each capsule contains 200 mg dry extract of milk thistle fruits.

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Oysters Maca Active Capsules - 74 g
Oysters Maca Active Capsules - 74 g

Food supplement for HER and HIM with oyster concentrate, prickly pear blooms, royal jelly, zinc, vitamin E and the potential out of the Peruvian maca root. Oysters Maca Active capsules complete the daily alimentation with these important energy-giving substances. Zinc helps maintain normal levels of testosterone in the blood.

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What are snow guards, snow retention hooks, or snow retention bars?

Snow guards, snow retention hooks, and snow retention bars are all devices used to prevent snow and ice from sliding off a roof in...

Snow guards, snow retention hooks, and snow retention bars are all devices used to prevent snow and ice from sliding off a roof in large sheets, which can be dangerous for people and property below. These devices are typically installed on sloped roofs and are designed to hold the snow in place, allowing it to melt and drain off the roof more gradually. They come in various designs and materials, such as metal, plastic, or rubber, and are often installed in a pattern across the roof to provide even snow retention.

Source: AI generated from FAQ.net

Why does snow only snow white in winter? Does the snow know it's not summer?

Snow appears white in winter because of the way light interacts with its crystalline structure. When light hits the complex, irreg...

Snow appears white in winter because of the way light interacts with its crystalline structure. When light hits the complex, irregular surfaces of snowflakes, it gets scattered in all directions, resulting in the appearance of white. The snow itself does not "know" it's not summer; its color is simply a result of its physical properties and the way light interacts with it. In the summer, snow may melt and lose its white appearance, but this is due to changes in temperature and not because the snow "knows" anything about the season.

Source: AI generated from FAQ.net

Why does contaminated snow melt faster than pure snow?

Contaminated snow melts faster than pure snow because impurities such as dirt, soot, or pollutants absorb more sunlight and heat,...

Contaminated snow melts faster than pure snow because impurities such as dirt, soot, or pollutants absorb more sunlight and heat, causing the snow to heat up quicker. This absorption of heat accelerates the melting process of contaminated snow compared to pure snow, which reflects more sunlight and heat. Additionally, impurities lower the freezing point of snow, leading to a quicker transition from solid to liquid state.

Source: AI generated from FAQ.net

Keywords: Contaminants Impurities Absorption Albedo Insulation Heat Pollutants Particles Reflectivity Composition

Rain or snow?

It ultimately depends on personal preference and the specific situation. Some people may prefer rain because it can be more manage...

It ultimately depends on personal preference and the specific situation. Some people may prefer rain because it can be more manageable and less disruptive than heavy snowfall. On the other hand, snow can create a beautiful winter wonderland and provide opportunities for winter sports and activities. Both rain and snow have their own unique charm and benefits.

Source: AI generated from FAQ.net

Keywords: Weather Precipitation Winter Moisture Cold Wet Season Climate Storm Frozen

Is snow water?

Yes, snow is water in a solid form. Snow is formed when water vapor in the atmosphere condenses into ice crystals and falls to the...

Yes, snow is water in a solid form. Snow is formed when water vapor in the atmosphere condenses into ice crystals and falls to the ground. When snow melts, it turns back into liquid water.

Source: AI generated from FAQ.net

Keywords: Frozen Precipitation Solid Melting Ice Winter Cold Melt Flakes H2O

Is snow distilled water?

Snow is not distilled water. Distilled water is created through a process of distillation, where water is boiled, and the steam is...

Snow is not distilled water. Distilled water is created through a process of distillation, where water is boiled, and the steam is collected and condensed back into a liquid form. Snow, on the other hand, forms when water vapor in the atmosphere freezes into ice crystals and falls to the ground. While both snow and distilled water are forms of pure water, they are created through different processes.

Source: AI generated from FAQ.net

Keywords: Snow Distilled Water Ice Purity Frozen Precipitation Clean Crystalline Melting

Can snow leopards swim?

Yes, snow leopards are capable of swimming, although they typically avoid water unless necessary. They are skilled climbers and pr...

Yes, snow leopards are capable of swimming, although they typically avoid water unless necessary. They are skilled climbers and prefer to navigate their mountainous habitats by leaping and climbing rather than swimming. However, if they need to cross a body of water or if they are in pursuit of prey, snow leopards can swim.

Source: AI generated from FAQ.net

Keywords: Snow Leopards Swim Water Habitat Adaptation Behavior Predators Conservation Research.

How can snow exist?

Snow can exist when water vapor in the air freezes into ice crystals before falling to the ground. This process typically occurs w...

Snow can exist when water vapor in the air freezes into ice crystals before falling to the ground. This process typically occurs when the temperature is below freezing (0°C or 32°F) and there is enough moisture in the air for the ice crystals to form and accumulate into snowflakes.

Source: AI generated from FAQ.net

Keywords: Formation Temperature Water Crystals Atmosphere Ice Conditions Precipitation Freezing Moisture

What is snow camouflage?

Snow camouflage is a type of camouflage designed to help individuals blend in with snowy environments. It typically involves weari...

Snow camouflage is a type of camouflage designed to help individuals blend in with snowy environments. It typically involves wearing white or light-colored clothing or gear to match the color of the snow. This type of camouflage is commonly used by military personnel, hunters, and wildlife photographers to remain undetected in snowy conditions. Snow camouflage can help individuals conceal their presence and movements, making it easier to avoid detection by potential threats or wildlife.

Source: AI generated from FAQ.net

Keywords: White Blending Concealment Winter Disguise Invisibility Cold Cover Adaptation Terrain

What are snow enthusiasts?

Snow enthusiasts are individuals who have a passion for activities that involve snow, such as skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, o...

Snow enthusiasts are individuals who have a passion for activities that involve snow, such as skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, or ice skating. They enjoy being outdoors in snowy conditions and participating in winter sports. Snow enthusiasts often seek out snowy destinations and look forward to the winter season to engage in their favorite snow-related activities.

Source: AI generated from FAQ.net

Keywords: Skiing Snowboarding Snowshoeing Sledding Snowmobiling Winter Mountains Adventure Cold Powder

Do you like snow?

As an AI, I do not have personal preferences or feelings, so I do not have the ability to like or dislike snow. However, I can pro...

As an AI, I do not have personal preferences or feelings, so I do not have the ability to like or dislike snow. However, I can provide information about snow and its characteristics if you would like.

Source: AI generated from FAQ.net

Keywords: Winter Skiing Cold Frosty Snowball Frost Chilly Snowman Flakes Sledding

Is snow electrically conductive?

Snow is a poor conductor of electricity when it is dry and powdery. However, when snow becomes wet or slushy, it can conduct elect...

Snow is a poor conductor of electricity when it is dry and powdery. However, when snow becomes wet or slushy, it can conduct electricity to some extent due to the presence of dissolved ions and impurities. In general, the conductivity of snow is much lower than that of water or ice, but it can still pose a risk for electrical conduction in certain situations, such as during a thunderstorm. It is important to be cautious around electrical equipment and power lines during snowy or wet conditions.

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