Rigorous exercise is great for our bodies. Our hearts and lungs get stronger, and our muscles add mass. But exercise can also make us feel worn out and depleted.
Some of you have heard about our home country of Georgia, and perhaps you can find it on a map (hint: we share a border with our neighbors to the south in Turkey). We’d like to share a little more about the bounty and beauty of our native land.
Ancient healers and homeopathic practitioners have used rosehips for centuries to treat everything from upset stomachs to sore muscles and menstrual cramps. Did you know that the oil in rosehips can also do amazing things for your skin?
NADI is a big fan of the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO), an organization dedicated to helping women start and grow businesses of all sizes.
Nadi cocktail named D.C.'s Top Cocktails for Spring 2018 by EaterDC. Thank you to Supra Restaurant for creating the cocktail - Hip to It! This new Georgian restaurant’s debut cocktail menu includes a martini with chacha, Georgian rosehip juice, lemon, and a dusting of rose powder. If in DC check out Supra that serves authentic Georgian food and order yourself HIP TO IT! https://dc.eater.com/maps/best-drinks-cocktails-dc
Dehydration can sneak up on you, sapping energy and making you feel sleepy and hurting your ability to concentrate. If you’re suddenly thirsty or your mouth feels dry or you haven’t urinated in several hours, you might be dehydrated. Headache, fatigue and dizziness can also be caused by low hydration, which is especially dangerous for babies, children and the elderly.
Perhaps you had a little too much to drink last night, and you’re suffering today. The best way to combat the dehydration, fatigue and headache that often accompany a hangover is to replenish the Vitamin C, Vitamin B, potassium and other nutrients that get depleted when we imbibe.
Allergy season is just around the corner, when trees, flowers and grasses release pollen and other irritants into the air. Many people suffer from itchy eyes, stuffy noses, headaches and general lethargy cause by histamine, a biochemical our bodies release to fight invaders like pollen or dust.
The weather is freezing. The air is extra dry, thanks to furnaces working hard to keep us warm. Those are perfect conditions for cold and flu viruses to spread like crazy. Changing temperatures in the fall and winter allow viruses to flourish and mutate as they jump from host to host, increasing our chances of falling ill.