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Healing cream recipe

    Evyline’s Blog incredients Waterphase 75 g Distilled water 75m Oil Phase 12 g Jojoba oil 13 g sweet almond oil A ground up snaketail bloom Cooling phase 1.5 g Geogard Ultra Prepare the Oil & Water Phases Sterilize all of your equipment by running it through the dishwasher. Wash your hands thoroughly, and consider wearing disposable gloves while making the lotion. Microbes that are on your hands and equipment can make their way into your lotion and spoil it. Measure the ingredients of the oil phase into one heat-proof glass jar. Measure the distilled water amount for the water phase in a second jar. Next, place both the jars in a large saucepan, and fill the pan with an inch of hot water. Bring the water to a boil, and reduce the heat to a simmer. You’re ready for the next step after you’ve heated and held the jars for at least twenty minutes, and the contents of both jars are 75°C/165°F. Take the jars out, and place them on a kitchen towel on the counter. Next, pour the heated distilled water into the oil-phase jar. You’ll see it immediately turn an opaque creamy color. Gently stir with a spoon for several minutes, then let it cool. Leave the spoon inside the jar since you’ll need to return five minutes later to give it another stir. Cooling Phase As the lotion cools, it will thicken to a cream consistency. Return every twenty minutes or so to gently stir. You can… Read More »Healing cream recipe


    Evyline’s Blog Snaketails prefer the shade, and they will suffer if they receive direct sunlight, however it will not survive if there is no natural light in the room or its planting spot. Perfect location is vital to the plant’s well-being. The best soil for snaketails growing in pots is a loose, porous soil mix, such as a combo of peat moss, leaf mold, and shredded bark. Do not plant it in a sandy soil!! Good drainage is essential. Just because snaketails live in warm, sometimes tropical regions does not mean they are water plants. Never let a snaketail’s root ball sit in water. Only repot a snaketail when it is completely pot bound. Snaketails often have shallow root systems, and they do not appreciate being disturbed. Avoid moving the plant around if you can help it.  Do not cut your snaketail plant! Snaketail is not a particularly friendly plant, when you touch it without gloves on it can end up in rash and minor burns. Some days it is better to not touch it at all, gloves or no gloves. Once a month it can bloom, and the flower petals can be used in a healing cream.

    Stalking? Oh no, that’s not me.

      Lisanna’s Blog I am not sneaking around and stalking people. Of course I am not. I only ran into Archer, again, because the school is really not all that big. The fact that I stopped to listen in on his conversation with Finley couldn’t be blamed on me! How was I possibly supposed to just walk away after seeing him there? Also, what’s up with the library? I can’t stop shifting whenever I am on the first level. It is starting to freak me out! Privately Posted

      Basics of sword fighting

        RocTar’s Blog Humans haven’t had a used swords for over a century and yet, they seem to know the basics better than some of the Magical Community. Many historic details – especially lichtenauer and talhoffer – show that using the pommel of the sword is IMPORTANT to get more power into your thrust or strike. Designs of swords were you can’t use the pommel are very rare and most of the are fantasy. Also you have to expect that the pommel can BLOCK YOUR OWN STRIKE – For real: Try to swing a longsword without grabbing the pommel and the pommel will sometimes stuck on your wrist. Using the pommel gives you much more variety in duelling and combat situations with two-handed or one-and-a-half-swords. Another thing is: If you grab the pommel and try to kill horsemen its still better to use because you can get more power into a strike + you can withstand more power.  I experienced on myself when i didnt use the pommel, got a hard strike against my sword and i had to fall back because the pommel was blocking on my wrist Source

        Rome is so pretty!

          Evyline’s Blog Rome is so pretty! I know, I know, not having visited any big cities I have nothing to compare it to. The villages in Bialowieza forest were all small and mostly agricultural. I’ll tell you about that in one of the later posts. But Rome!! Wow. I had a whole day of discovering the city. It is lucky I had the Volo Noscere’s magical map with me, because I would’ve surely lost my way without it. I took a boat ride on Tiber river. The tour guide, Nori, as I later figured out was a water Nymph. She had on a disguising rune and I didn’t notice she wasn’t a human until she drew a rune on my arm without a comment. It was windy on the boat and my ears had been showing! I should definitely be more careful around humans. I will be posting more pirctures when I get around to it, now I’ve got to prepare for the school year. The lessons are starting in two days!!