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  • Q&A: Is this a good topic for my research paper?

    Question by edgar g: Is this a good topic for my research paper?
    “what are the fundamental ideas to buddhism?”

    is it good or no?

    i need your help.

    plz 🙂

    Best answer:

    Answer by Elbie
    I think this is an excellent topic for your research paper…however, I wouldn’t leave the title in question form, rather make it “The Fundamental Ideas to Buddhism.” There is a lot of information on this topic so you shouldn’t have any problems researching it. Good luck and cool topic.

    What do you think? Answer below!

  • The herb, “artemisia asiatica” is supposed to be good at curing gastric reflux. Where can I buy it?

    Question by heather of the fields: The herb, “artemisia asiatica” is supposed to be good at curing gastric reflux. Where can I buy it?
    And, if you know anything about this herb, can you tell me if all “wormwood” is the same stuff? For instance, artemisinin is also called “wormwood” but it seems to be a different plant than artemisia asiatica – am I wrong? And what about artemisia annua – that’s wormwood too, right? What is that? Help me find the right stuff here…

    Best answer:

    Answer by natpractitioner
    There are a few different species of artemesia. Mugwort, la’ana, moksa and wormwood are some of the names of various types of artemesia. Artemesia absinthum is the species that I prescribe for gastric reflux. It has antibiotic, cholologue, and carminitive properties and is a liver and womb antiseptic.

    You can buy the various types of artemesia in health food stores or pharmacies that sell herbal medicines/tinctures.

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  • Where do I find a really good summary of the book “The Killer Angels”?

    Question by Sanaa: Where do I find a really good summary of the book “The Killer Angels”?
    ok so in my Ap Us History class, we have to read the book, and i really dont want to. Its sooo long and im not into history much.

    Best answer:

    Answer by Michael C
    look it up. on google. take a quiz on it

    Add your own answer in the comments!

  • Is there a color that represents “good karma”?

    Question by bella <3: Is there a color that represents “good karma”?
    I’d really appreciate an answer! 🙂

    Best answer:

    Answer by You_Asked
    black

    Give your answer to this question below!

  • Is it correct to decide that a person has “good” or “bad” Karma”.?

    Question by SoCalJim: Is it correct to decide that a person has “good” or “bad” Karma”.?
    I see this a really saying that the person has a positive or negative effect on people and situations. Is this a proper use of the word “Karma”.

    Best answer:

    Answer by in ur LAB bein ur GRRL
    No, it is not a proper use of the word karma, but I think it’s clear people don’t give a rat’s butt whether they use the word properly or not.

    Karma’s not The Law of Return, and Karma’s not “what you get out comes back” and Karma’s NOT “cause and effect,” but I think expecting people to actually find out the meaning of the word in the religions they are swiping it from is asking too much of most people.

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  • Good Karma – Balance Through Vaastu

    For More Information: tinyurl.com Vaastu – The Science Of Sacred Space: Vaastu Shastra, the ancient Vedic sacred science of construction and architecture is a pre-Feng Shui, traditional Indian practice derived from knowledge dating back some 5000 years. Vaastu means dwelling, Shastra means scientific treatise. Vaastu teaches us how to live in harmony with nature and influence nature for our benefit. This video shot in the home of journalist Sam Slovick with Vaastu consultant and author Raymond Prohs (www.mysticliving.org). Shows the basic principans of Vaastu, and informs on the places to live in and the best way to live in the places we live in. The Cure Stream Video for thecurelist.com is complimented by a companion print piece in LA Yoga Magazine (www.layogamagazine.com) illuminates a specific Vaastu tradition called Kaleshwara (www.kaleshwar.org) named for “The knowledge and wisdom brought to us through Sri Kaleshwara. Sri Kaleshwara is said to be ab amazing saint who refers to knowledge not as his knowledge but as knowledge from ancient palm leaf books that are 2 to 3 thousand years old written by amazing Devine souls. Producer — Eric Paulson & Sam Slovick for Plant Life Productions – http Director – Sam Slovick – www.samslovick.com DP/Photographs — Luigi Ventura

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