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Green, black, ripe, raw, whole or as an oil, the health benefits of olives in all their forms are extensive. According to the International Olive Council, “The olive fruit is a drupe. It has a bitter component (oleuropein), a low sugar content…
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Paraffin is wax and doesn’t contain water,but essentiel oils. It is solid until heated in paraffin heater and becomes liquid. The machine keep temperature steady 50-55 degrees celsius. Paraffin is effective special treatment for v…
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Siwa Oasis is not one of those places you hop in your car to go to last minute, but if you decide to go, it’s definitely worth the long drive. Siwa is a desert oasis in the Western Desert of Egypt, located approximately 750km from Cairo and about 300…
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Contrary to popular belief, mosquito season isn’t just summertime — you’ll have to deal with them in winter, too. “Mosquitoes do not have hibernation periods,” says Dr. Hassan Abou Bakr, professor of biological…
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Yoga in Sharm EL Sheikh ! There is no underestimating the power of yoga-an ancient spiritual practice involving meditation, plainness and spiritual enlightenment, as well as physical strengthening, toning and stretching. One of the prim…
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Whenever you hear the name Egypt, it is likely you’ll think of the pyramids, the great Sphinx and camels. However, there are many treasures waiting to be discovered from visiting this historical country, particularly if visiting the…
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The sun radiates light to the earth, and part of that light consists of invisible ultraviolet (UV) rays. When these rays reach the skin, they cause tanning, burning, and other skin damage. Facts About Sun Exposure Sunlight contains three typ…
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When visiting Sharm El Sheikh, one of the most important essentials that you have to bring with you is a diving and at least snorkeling gear, or perhaps you can rent some at one of the many diving shops that exist in the centre of Sharm El Sheikh. Th…
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If we consider for a moment the vast amount of thought which the Egyptian gave to the problems of the future life, and their deep-seated belief in resurrection and immortality, we cannot fail to conclude that he must have theorised deeply abou…
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The climate dictated the kind of food that formed a part of ancient Egyptian cuisine. Bread was a major part of this cuisine. This bread was exclusively prepared from emmer wheat. At times, barley was also used. An interesting fact remains to b…
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