Try This Simple and Effective Method and Say Goodbye to Sciatic Nerve Pain
The sciatic nerve is the biggest nerve in the body, located at the back of the legs, stretching from the buttocks, down to the feet ends.
If inflamed, this nerve might cause severe and intense pain extended from the area below the knee above to the ribs, and even in the back. This pain is often manifested by tingling sensations, numbness, and heaviness in the legs.
This pain and the accompanying symptoms can be traumatizing and aggravate every single motion and the everyday life in general.
The intensity of the pain is determined by the cause of the issue, but it can be relieved with the help of natural remedies and exercise. There are many pain-relieving products on the market, but they treat the symptoms only, and not the root of the problem.
The sciatic nerve pain, as well as the inflammation and pressure, can be treated with the following 10-minute treatment. Depending on the stage of the condition, the effects vary, but it is definitely extremely helpful.


Every night, before going to bed, into a bucket, pour 10 liters of hot water, add 1l of apple cider vinegar and a handful of salt, and stir it well. Then, soak the feet in the water for 10 minutes.


You can cover the legs with a blanket as well. This will keep them warm during the entire night.
In the morning, put on socks and slippers, and avoid being barefoot.
The pain will be relieved even after the first treatment, but the effects will improve every single day.

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How to make tulips from threads

The following materials and tools will be needed for work:
Stationery glue, sewing threads of different colors: white, burgundy, dark green and light green, scissors, needle, fingertips or balloons, wire, needle, dark green napkins

The sequence of the work:
We inflate a ball from the fingertip of the right size (you can take a small balloon), tighten it with a thread. Now we take the threads for the outer petals of the flower (I have maroon flowers), place the coil in the container in order to facilitate the winding. The end of the thread is passed through the needle and pierce the tube with the glue.

We remove the needle. Next, we wind the thread, impregnated with glue, on the ball in an arbitrary order sufficiently tightly.

In the end, you should get this kind of billet

Wet the raw material to dry. In total, we need three burgundy blanks.
For the inner row of petals we take the thread of white color. We inflate a smaller ball and repeat all previous actions. We get such a preparation.

We need three blanks of white color. We dry our blanks.
After the blanks have dried, you need to carefully pierce the balls with a needle and remove them.

We make six cuts on our workpiece so that we get six petals

We bend each petal. Do the same with the other five workpieces.
Let’s start making sepals. We will make them from a thread of linen. Take the green thread of two colors: dark and light. We impregnate them with glue in the same way – passing the thread through a tube with glue. We spread the threads in a chaotic order on a polyethylene film. Cover the top with another layer of film, put it into the press until it dries.

Cut off the dry “canvas” three squares.

We cut out sepals from them.

Only three pieces. From the remnants of the “canvas”, you can cut out leaves and decorate them with a stem.
From the thread of burgundy color, we will make stamens. To do this, we cut the threads 6-7 cm long, from a bundle of them. We take a wire of about 40 cm, put our bundle of threads in the middle, twist the wire, fixing the beam.

On the same wire, we first dress the white workpiece, followed by the burgundy.

Next, we string our sepals.

The stem of the flower is wrapped in a dark green ribbon, cut off from the napkin, pre-lubricated with glue.

After drying the stalk paste on its leaflets.

Our flower is ready.

How to Make Plastic Bottle Mouse Traps

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How to make confetti popper home paper party

Conquer your guests with these roles launches home ! A special idea for young and old to enjoy podrñan again and again at any party or celebration. Search cardboard tubes, paper and balloons so easy fun starts … You can use them to throw confetti, pompoms, sequins, rice (at a wedding), and much more ?. You like the idea? I tell you right now how to do it!

We need:
  • Cardboard tubes.
  • Cardboard paper type design and colors.
  • Balloons.
  • Scissors.
  • Cutter.
  • Base cutting.
  • Rule.
  • Pencil.
  • Glue stick.
  • Firm adhesive tape, for example, electrical.
Look for papers with bright colors and fun designs. Polka dots, hearts, strawberries, balls … us any cute and special design for the party they think these launches home use papers. And it balloons of the colors of the papers.

First work on cardboard tubes. The best size for these roles are throwing rolls of toilet paper, but if you have bigger ones only must cut them.
We ruler and pencil and measure the tube leaving a centimeter without covering carton. This measure will cut papers design. We can do based on court or not. It is optional.
We cut as many roles as cardboard tubes and we stick on them with glue stick. Reserve.

Now we look for the balloons and tape. Before you tell them how to move, I wanted to recommend use strong tape to this idea. I took a tape for cables elétricos white color. Paste very well and stretches easily.
We balloons and cut with scissors base thereof (ie, the side opposite the nozzle to inflate end). Knotted the remaining end, as shown in the picture (and make it a good firm knot).
Put the end and tied in the cardboard tube, the side that does not stick paper. And now comes the turn to use strong tape. Per side cover the gap between the paper and the balloon design, and secondly, the tape will not balloon out of place to throw papers. Try to place the tape as straight as possible.

The paper launches home is ready! We fill it with shredded paper, pompoms, sequins and other and pulling the end of the balloon, releasing our colored paper will fly everywhere!

It is an idea that adults and children will enjoy, and for any type of festej …. I hope you like the idea and they can do it!


DIY Wall decor frame

DIY Wall decor frame

easy and beautiful newspaper craft work

How To Make Your Own DIY Activated Charcoal Face Masks

Charcoal is the latest beauty ingredient that has caught the fancy of the world. But no mistaking activated charcoal with the charcoal that is a result of cooking. Activate charcoal can be made of wood, coal, coconut shells, or even petroleum, manufactured through steaming, and this is used in an assortment of beauty products ranging from face mask, face wash, face scrub, makeup remover, exfoliator to toothpaste, soap and shampoo. The versatility of the ingredient is because of the immense skin cleansing and skincare benefits that come with it. With all the charcoal-based products flooding the market, it is hard to keep a tab on the more naturally produced variety. Charcoal face mask being one of the most popular product, something you can even try making at home.

What activated charcoal does to the skin

Traditionally activated charcoal was used in hospitals to treat cases of drug overdose and alcohol poisoning owing to the presence of carbon in it that made it a great toxin absorbent. Before the toxins could enter the bloodstream, the charcoal would suck in all the toxins from the stomach. It is no surprise that the beauty industry taking a cue from this has introduced a range of beauty products made of activated charcoal that attracts dirt, oil, and grime, and leaves the skin feeling pure and cleansed.

The carbon in activated charcoal absorbs the oil and dirt from your clogged pores, deep cleanses your skin and removes dead skin cells. Like its good old use in emergency hospital rooms, the ingredient acts like a natural detoxifying agent that removes all impurities in one wash. Besides, activated charcoal has anti-microbial properties that keep skin rashes and infection at bay. Charcoal face masks are most effective in achieving this.
You can make your own DIY charcoal peel off mask easily at home with a handful ingredients. By using an activated charcoal face masks you can remove excess oil, dirt and impurities from the skin, clear clogged pores, blackheads, and reduce the occurrence of zits and acne from the skin owing to its anti-bacterial quality. The redness, dark spots and blemishes from your skin will naturally disappear on using activated charcoal. It is a miracle beauty ingredient that you can make a part of your daily skincare regime.

Where to buy activated charcoal

Thanks to the spread of good cheer, this product is available across several online e-commerce forums. You can buy powdered activated charcoal sold by an array of top and lesser-known brands in plastic and glass jars, and make DIY charcoal face masks at home out of it. These are only for external use. Pick the one made from coconut shells, it is of a superior quality.

How to make charcoal peel-off face mask

Recipe 1

2 tbsp Activated charcoal powder
1 1/2 tbsp Gelatin powder
Dash of water
Method of Preparation:

1. In a small bowl, pour out the gelatin powder.
2. Add the activated charcoal powder to it, and blend the dry mixture.
3. Microwave the mix for half a minute till the gelatin melts and blends with the charcoal. Make sure the paste is of a thick consistency.
4. Instead of microwaving you can even add a dash of hot water to the mix and stir it continuously to make it melt.
5. Once the mix is reasonably warm, apply it on your face with your fingertips.
6. Allow it about half an hour to completely dry up.
7. Peel the mask off in upward motion, and rinse your face with normal water.
8. Towel dry and apply a moisturiser.
9. Try this remedy twice a week for at least three weeks, and all the oiliness and dirt from your skin will clear up.

Recipe 2

2 tbsp Activated charcoal powder
1 tbsp Gelatin powder
1 tsp Peppermint extract
Warm water
Method of Preparation:

1. In a bowl, blend together the gelatin powder with the charcoal.
2. Add to it the peppermint extract and mix it up thoroughly.
3. Now add some warm water and stir the mix till it forms a dark thick paste of even consistency.
4. Apply it to your face using a makeup brush in a thick coat.
5. Give it about 25 minutes to dry up. Avoid applying it over your hairline as this is a very heavy face mask and might peel off some hair too.
6. Peel off the mask gently in upward motion.
7. Dab a warm towel on your face and apply a moisturiser.
8. You can do this twice a week for at least a month for best results.

Other benefits and uses of activated charcoal

Eases hangover symptoms

Consuming activated charcoal can eliminate hangover symptoms. If after a night of drinking you feel your skin appears dull and dehydrated, you can consume activated charcoal by mixing it with some water. It will boost the agility of your skin, and make your look fresh again. Also you won’t feel any ache in your head or a hangover. Easing hangover symptoms is one of the lesser known benefits of activated charcoal.

Cures skin inflammation

Some of us often get allergic to certain foods. Or a certain oily food can give us acid reflux and rashes on the skin. Consume some activated charcoal blended with water to remove endotoxin created by a gut bacteria which causes indigestion, inflammation, and you prone to stomach infections. Excess production of the bacterial endotoxin can disbalance the estrogen hormone in your body and cause skin problems.

When you care coming down with a cold

Always use fine activated charcoal for consumption, and not the granulated one. This is because the powder form blends easily with water and you can drink it up like a potion. When you sense symptoms of fever or cold, make yourself this activated charcoal drink and glug it down. You will get instant relief. There are actually so many things you can do with this unusual ingredient than just make DIY charcoal face masks.

Side effects of activated charcoal

While it is a great natural ingredient that eliminates toxins from the skin. Yet it can be quite heavy on the skin. Excessive use can make your skin dehydrated and dry, deprived of natural moisture. You might also spot some redness, signs of early skin ageing, and inflammation of the skin.
Try these easy charcoal face masks at home and see your blackheads, acne and pimplesvanish in no time.

Scarf-decoration of old T-shirts

Scarf-decoration of old T-shirts

How to make earrings from ice cream stick

Earrings made from ice cream sticks are one of the best gifts you can give. You get to eat tasty ice cream AND you can use your trash to make a gift for someone else! Since Valentine’s Day is coming up, I’ll show you how to make some earrings that look like candy hearts. These earrings are almost as sweet as the ice cream you’ll have to eat to get the material needed to make them.

Step 1: Materials

Wooden sticks (from ice cream bars)
Earring posts- flat pad, 6mm
E6000 adhesive
Acrylic paint- various colors
Foam cosmetic sponges or foam brushes
Varnish or clear nail polish
Step 2: ICE CREAM!

The first step to making these earrings is to get wooden sticks from ice cream bars. Choose your favorite ice cream bars and eat up! Clean up the wooden sticks with a sponge and some water (and maybe a little bleach), then give them some time to dry.
Step 3: Paint

Paint the side of the stick or area on the stick that is unmarked. Apply two thin layers of paint; use a foam brush or sponge instead of a bristle paint brush to avoid uneven painting and brush strokes. Let dry.
Step 4: Design (in Inkscape)

Create a square. Note the width of your square.
Create a circle. In the circle tool, change “Start” to 180 and your circle will change from a complete circle to a semicircle.
Lock proportions of the semicircle and change the width to match the width of the box.
Open the Align and Distribute window (Shift + Ctrl +A). Select the semicircle, then select the square. Under Align select “Last selected” then select the icon in the first row, third column (align on vertical axis), and second row, first column (align bottom edges of objects to the top edge of the anchor).
Stretch the top side of the box up a little so that the square and semicircle overlap.
With both objects selected, go to Path> Union to merge the pieces.
Duplicate the piece (Ctrl +D).
Rotate 90 degrees clockwise.
Select the new piece, then the old piece. Under Align and Distribute, align bottom edges and align left edges.
With both objects selected, go to Path> Union.
Open the Transform window (Shift + Ctrl + M). Rotate the heart 45 degrees counterclockwise.
Use the text tool (F8) to type a word. Align it to the center of the heart. This text can be used for raster engraving. Alternatively, create the text with Extensions> Render > Hershey Text. This text can be used for vector engraving.
Design two heart earrings and place them next to each other for cutting. You can also add two tiny circles (.03 inches in diameter) next to the hearts so that you can place the finished earrings back on the stick when they’re complete.
Step 5: Cut

Settings for lasers will vary, so it’s hard to provide specifics here. Your objectives with the laser are to:
Engrave the writing
Cut the outside of the hearts
Cut the small circles
Step 6: Finish

You’ll need to apply some sort of protective layer to the top of the earring to keep the paint from rubbing off. I used some clear nail polish and applied two thick coats, allowing the polish dry between coats.
Step 7: Posts

Apply a dab of E6000 or similar adhesive to the pad on the earring post.
Press it down onto the back of the heart.
Let dry.
Step 8: Gifting

People usually like to wrap gifts. I suggest wrapping the earrings in the bag/ box the ice cream came in. Yes, the recipient will think that you’re giving them a box of trash at first (because you kind of is) but when they discover the beautifully crafted earrings inside, they’ll be pleasantly surprised.
courtesy: instructables