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Products about Succulent:

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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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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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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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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What is a succulent?

A succulent is a type of plant that stores water in its leaves, stems, or roots, allowing it to survive in arid environments. Thes...

A succulent is a type of plant that stores water in its leaves, stems, or roots, allowing it to survive in arid environments. These plants are known for their thick, fleshy leaves and stems, as well as their ability to thrive with minimal water. Succulents come in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and colors, making them popular choices for indoor and outdoor gardens.

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Keywords: Plant Drought Fleshy Leaves Water Resilient Sunlight Soil Adaptation Ornamental

Are those succulent roots?

Yes, those are succulent roots. Succulent roots are typically thick, fleshy, and store water to help the plant survive in arid con...

Yes, those are succulent roots. Succulent roots are typically thick, fleshy, and store water to help the plant survive in arid conditions. They are often found in plants that are adapted to dry environments, such as cacti and other desert plants. The succulent roots help the plant to efficiently absorb and store water, allowing them to thrive in harsh conditions.

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What is a succulent disease?

A succulent disease is a condition that affects succulent plants, such as cacti and other water-storing plants. These diseases can...

A succulent disease is a condition that affects succulent plants, such as cacti and other water-storing plants. These diseases can be caused by various factors, including fungal infections, bacterial infections, pests, and environmental stress. Symptoms of succulent diseases may include discoloration, rotting, wilting, or unusual growth patterns. Proper care, such as providing adequate sunlight, well-draining soil, and avoiding overwatering, can help prevent succulent diseases.

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Keywords: Rot Pests Fungus Virus Bacteria Mold Decay Infection Wilt Blight

Will my succulent dry out?

Succulents are known for their ability to store water in their leaves, making them more tolerant to dry conditions. However, if a...

Succulents are known for their ability to store water in their leaves, making them more tolerant to dry conditions. However, if a succulent is not watered for an extended period of time, it can dry out. It is important to monitor the soil moisture levels and water your succulent when the top inch of soil is dry to prevent it from drying out. Additionally, make sure your succulent is planted in well-draining soil and in a pot with drainage holes to avoid waterlogged conditions that can lead to root rot.

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Keywords: Moisture Environment Humidity Watering Drought Soil Sunlight Climate Care Hydration

Is the succulent too dry?

It's difficult to determine if a succulent is too dry without seeing it in person. However, some signs that a succulent may be too...

It's difficult to determine if a succulent is too dry without seeing it in person. However, some signs that a succulent may be too dry include shriveled or wrinkled leaves, a wilted appearance, or a dry, brittle texture. If you suspect your succulent is too dry, try gently watering it and monitoring its condition over the next few days to see if it improves. If the problem persists, it may be best to seek advice from a gardening expert.

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Why is the succulent dying?

The succulent may be dying due to overwatering. Succulents are adapted to survive in dry conditions and do not require frequent wa...

The succulent may be dying due to overwatering. Succulents are adapted to survive in dry conditions and do not require frequent watering. Overwatering can lead to root rot and ultimately kill the plant. Additionally, the succulent may not be receiving enough sunlight. Succulents need plenty of sunlight to thrive, so if it is not getting enough light, it may start to wilt and die. It's important to ensure that the succulent is in well-draining soil and placed in a sunny location to prevent it from dying.

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What does my succulent have?

It is difficult to diagnose the issue without more information, but common problems for succulents include overwatering, underwate...

It is difficult to diagnose the issue without more information, but common problems for succulents include overwatering, underwatering, pests such as mealybugs or spider mites, and diseases such as root rot or powdery mildew. Check the soil moisture, inspect the plant for any signs of pests or diseases, and make sure it is receiving the appropriate amount of sunlight. If the issue persists, consider repotting the succulent in fresh, well-draining soil.

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What happened to the succulent?

The succulent died because it was overwatered. Succulents are adapted to survive in dry conditions and store water in their leaves...

The succulent died because it was overwatered. Succulents are adapted to survive in dry conditions and store water in their leaves, so they are very sensitive to overwatering. When a succulent is overwatered, its roots can rot and the plant can become waterlogged, leading to its eventual death. It's important to let the soil dry out between waterings and to ensure that the pot has good drainage to prevent overwatering.

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Why is the succulent losing leaves?

The succulent may be losing leaves due to overwatering, which can cause the roots to rot and lead to leaf drop. Another possible r...

The succulent may be losing leaves due to overwatering, which can cause the roots to rot and lead to leaf drop. Another possible reason could be inadequate sunlight, as succulents require plenty of light to thrive. Additionally, the plant may be experiencing stress from changes in temperature or humidity levels. It is important to assess the plant's care routine and environment to determine the exact cause of leaf loss and make appropriate adjustments to promote healthy growth.

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Keywords: Overwatering Underwatering Sunlight Temperature Pests Root rot Humidity Stress Disease Nutrients

Why does the succulent lose leaves?

Succulents lose leaves for a variety of reasons, including overwatering, underwatering, or environmental stress. Overwatering can...

Succulents lose leaves for a variety of reasons, including overwatering, underwatering, or environmental stress. Overwatering can lead to root rot, causing the leaves to turn yellow and fall off. Underwatering can also cause leaves to drop as the plant tries to conserve water. Additionally, environmental stressors such as extreme temperatures, poor lighting, or pests can cause succulents to shed leaves as a survival mechanism. It's important to monitor the care and environment of succulents to prevent excessive leaf loss.

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What's wrong with my cactus succulent?

There are a few potential issues that could be affecting your cactus succulent. It could be suffering from overwatering, which can...

There are a few potential issues that could be affecting your cactus succulent. It could be suffering from overwatering, which can cause root rot and other issues. It's also possible that it's not getting enough sunlight, as cacti and succulents typically need plenty of light to thrive. Additionally, it could be experiencing a pest infestation, such as mealybugs or spider mites. I would recommend checking the soil moisture, adjusting its sunlight exposure, and inspecting for any signs of pests to help diagnose and address the problem.

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What is a succulent light mix?

A succulent light mix is a type of soil specifically designed for growing succulent plants. It is a well-draining mix that typical...

A succulent light mix is a type of soil specifically designed for growing succulent plants. It is a well-draining mix that typically consists of a combination of materials such as sand, perlite, and peat moss. This type of mix allows for proper aeration and drainage, which is essential for the health and growth of succulents. Succulent light mix is important for preventing root rot and other issues that can arise from overwatering or poor soil drainage.

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