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The Skin Herbalist moisturisers, soaps and shampoos, Droserin, Protektin, Artrin, Cytovital and Ruticelit are all based on unique organic herbal extracts. Besides their creams, these products contain herbal extracts, pure natural essentials oils and thermal water from the Podhájska hot spring. They are beneficial to the skin and hair and, through the energy system of acupuncture points and reflex zones. Their advantage is that they act gently, they are easy to wash away with water, and they do not unnecessarily burden our body with chemicals. Nutritive Balsam untangles hair and provides it with nutrition.
Ahead of World COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) Day, which takes place on Wednesday, November 21, COPD Support Ireland, the umbrella body for 20 local COPD support groups, has announced a community-based exercise programme for people with COPD in County Westmeath.
Natural wine will be celebrated and explored this November by Aniar Restaurant, Cava Bodega, and Tartare Café and Wine Bar with a week of free talks, as well as dinners and tastings taking place from November 19 to 25.
Athlone entrepreneur, Simon Ruddy, whose company, Diluteze, originated from a self desire to create a suite of environmentally aware products, has been selected to represent Ireland at the Global Climate LaunchPad awards in Edinburgh next weekend.
The annual Galway City Tidy Towns Garden Competition results were announced this week. The competition is organised by Galway City Council on annual basis to recognise the efforts of residents, commercial organisations and public buildings to maintain and enhance the appearance of their gardens, estates, and public areas. The overall winner of the Front Garden Competition was Patrick O’Connell, St James Crescent, Mervue. The Best First Time entrant was Bernie Molloy, Castle Park, Ballybane, with Betty O’Flaherty, Forster Court taking the prize for the Best Floral Display category. Brendan Moran, Blackthorn Park won the Best Front Lawn category.
Marine scientists from NUI Galway returned home from an expedition recently with some stunning footage of Irish deep-sea waters, as well as samples set to be part of pharmaceutical research.
Plant biotechnologists from the Ryan Institute at NUI Galway have identified genetic breeding strategies to develop bigger and better sugar beet. Sustainable intensification of agriculture to meet rapidly growing global demand for food and non-food products produced by crops will require higher yielding crop varieties that can produce more food using less resources and land area. For crops such as sugar beet, this means the development of varieties that produce more per hectare, while reducing inputs. The findings from their research has been published in the international journal, BMC Plant Biology.
The Green Party is calling on the Galway City Council to follow the lead of Dublin City Council, which has recently announced a trial of alternatives to glyphosates, a herbicide over which there are health and environmental concerns.
The Williamstown water treatment plant has been decommissioned following a €10 million investment by Irish Water, which has seen the extension of the Lough Mask water supply from Ballyhaunis in Co Mayo to Williamstown in Co Galway and Ballinlough in Co Roscommon.
The Pentagram of Energy soaps and shampoos, Droserin, Protektin, Artin, Cytovital, and Ruticelit are based on the unique Regeneration in Pentagram method.