Importance of oregano

If someone says Oregano, it is likely that you will think in terms of cuisine. You would be right as most people do think of Oregano is sauces and so forth. However, there are actual medicinal properties to Oregano as well. Oregano makes a luscious cup of savory tea that works well for gas, indigestion, bloating, coughs, urinary problems, bronchial problems, headaches, and swollen glands and to induce and regulate a woman’s menstrual cycle. Others swear that is can cure fevers, diarrhea, vomiting, and same jaundice.

In the capsule form the leaves are dried and then crushed and placed into the empty capsule shell. Further, even others use the dried leaves by crushing them and adding just enough water to create a paste like substance and use it for a cream to apply for arthritis, itchy skin, sore muscles, and swelling. For a relaxing and soothing bath use Oregano leaves in the bath water. Finally, some people make Oregano oil and claim it helps rid toothaches.

In Jamaica people burn Oregano scented incense to ward off coughs and other respiratory distresses. Oregano has been used in ancient Greece and many other places across the globe where people have found a different use for Oregano besides cooking. Oregano is a perennial herb that is relative to the mint family and it is a very important culinary herb that is used in a lot of Greek and Italian cuisines. For cooking purposes it is the leaves that are used and while some like nothing but a fresh Oregano sprig, most will agree that the dried Oregano is much more flavorful.

Especially in Italian cooking you will notice a distinct relationship between the uses of Oregano in combination with Basil. The two always seem to create the perfect marriage especially in a tomato sauce. Oregano is also used on many vegetable dishes as well as a seasoning on various meats. The Greeks would never consider cooking with Oregano in their pantry. The famous Greek salad boasts its flavor of Oregano. No one could imagine eating a piece of pizza without a taste of Oregano added to it.

Oregano is commonly mistaken for Marjoram as the plants look very similar. Outside of the kitchen Marjoram and Oregano are best friends and do a lot together. The pair has quite plentiful properties in the areas of antioxidants and antibacterial. Together they are not only a great combination for flavoring food but also for preserving it too. Because both of their oils are perfumery they are placed in many different soaps and lotions. They are also used in combination for many potpourris and home décor.

There is no denying that Oregano has been around since ancient times both in and out of the kitchen. It had many medicinal properties then and it still does now. It was used in the kitchen and it is still used there now so those from ancient times started a tradition that is still followed to this day. Oregano’s uniqueness is fully utilized in many different ways and will be for years to come.

Benefits of cloves

Cloves are definitely one of the most distinct herbs around but ironically enough, cloves have been around forever and are not finished doing business just yet. Usually if you can not get your hands on some cloves, Allspice can be a substitute. Cloves have some preservative properties to them but they work well as an antiseptic, expectorant, anesthetic, or an emmenagogue, working well on the kidneys, the spleen and the stomach.

Some make a combination of cloves, bay leaves, cinnamon, and marjoram for a hot tea that helps bronchitis, asthma, coughs, a tendency to infection, tuberculosis, altitude sickness, nervous stomach, nausea, diarrhea, flatulence, indigestion, dyspepsia, gastroenteritis, the side effects of lobelia, and depression. Sometimes people mix cloves with hot water, again making a tea and claim that it helps them get a good night’s sleep.

Cloves and ginger is a sure way to settle the stomach and stop vomiting. If you combine equal parts of cloves and basil it is supposed to detox meals from the body. Cloves have been used for failing eyesight and tooth problems. It was used for earaches very often throughout history as putting a little warmed oil of clove on a piece of cotton and in your ear was certain to rid any earache. Mostly, cloves are known for being warm and spicy but also have a strong relationship with pain relief, easing nausea and vomiting, and improving digestion. Cloves also kill intestinal parasites and act as an antimicrobial agent against fungi and bacteria. It has also been suggested that cloves have antihistamine properties as well.

Do not be too quick to pass off the possibilities of cloves and aromatherapy as the two have a very strong bond between them. Since cloves have such a positive and stimulating effect on the mind they pair up great with other oils for aromatherapy purposes. In the 16th and 17th centuries cloves were worth their weight in gold however it is the clove oil that is most essential. In Indonesia many people smoke clove cigarettes and that did spill over into the United States for a while but lost most of its vigor when it was found that clove cigarettes could cause adult respiratory distress syndrome.

The word clove comes from the Latin word “clavus” which means nail. If you have ever looked at a clove you will notice that it does resemble a nail. Many people use whole cloves when they cook ham by sticking the spiky part around the outer edges of the ham for extra flavor. Indian curries can not do without cloves but it is also used in pickles, sauces, Worcestershire sauce, and even spice cakes that are baked from scratch.

Throughout history cloves has never been forgotten but has lost some of its popularity. Some still use it as a spice and some for minor dentistry and even still more for the purpose of aromatherapy. People still look at cloves as an “old fashioned” herb. For some families it has been passed down through generations and in the pantry still sits a jar of whole cloves for that special ham dinner.

What Innovation Can Do to Your Life

It’s a talent that everyone has, yet they think they don’t. The power of innovation. If you’ve ever marvelled at somebody’s creative prowess, guess what, you can create and innovate too. It just takes time. Everyone is born creative. The box of crayons in kindergarten were not limited to those who possessed potential; because the truth is, everybody has potential.

You know how long it took to learn to ride a bike or drive or to never commit the same mistake again? It’s the same with innovation. It takes a bit of practice and a lot of time before this mind function comes easily when called. This article will teach you a few tips on how to bring innovation into your life.

Don’t listen to what other people say. Follow the beat of your own drum. Allowing for the input of other people will only bring cacophony to the music you are trying to make. If you have an original idea, don’t waste your time and effort trying to make people understand. They won’t. And the help you will probably get comes in the form of negative feedback. If all those geniuses listened to their peers, we would probably still be living in the middle ages.

Spend time on it. I cannot stress that enough, although, please do not mistake this tip to tell you to quit your day job entirely. Do not. This involves some tricky time management but with a little discipline you’ll be able to squeeze both in.

Exercise. Take a walk. Run a mile or two. Send all those endorphins coursing through your veins. Exercising certainly clears and relaxes your mind and allows for anything to pop up.

Record your dreams. Aren’t some of them just the craziest things that your conscious mind would never have thought of? If you’ve had these dreams before, and I’m sure have, this only shows you the untapped innovative power you have lying within. So jot down those notes. Those dreams may just create an innovative spark in you.

Find your own style. You can always tell a Van Gogh from a Matisse. You’ll know Hemingway wrote something by the choice of words on the paper. So it is the same with you. People will appreciate your innovation more because it is uniquely yours and that no one else would have thought of what you were thinking. That will let people see how valuable an asset you are.

Don’t hide behind nifty gadgets or tools. You don’t need the most expensive set of paints to produce a masterpiece. The same way with writing. You don’t need some expensive fountain pen and really smooth paper for a bestseller. In fact, J.K. Rowling wrote the first book of the Harry Potter Series on bits of tissue. So what if you’ve got an expensive SLR camera if you’re a crappy photographer? Who cares if you’ve got a blinging laptop if you can’t write at all? The artist actually reduces the number of tools he has as he gets better at his craft: he knows what works and what doesn’t.

Nothing will work without passion. What wakes you up in the mornings? What keeps the flame burning? What is the one thing that you’ll die if you don’t do? Sometimes people with talent are overtaken by the people who want it more. Think the hare and the tortoise. Ellen Degeneres once said that if you’re not doing something that you want to do, then you don’t really want to do it. And that’s true. Sometimes you just want something so bad you become a virtual unstoppable. And that is passion. Passion will keep you going.

Don’t worry about inspiration. You can’t force it; inspiration hits when you least expect it to, for those unpredictable yet inevitable moments you should prepare. An idea could strike you on the subway, yet alas, you poor unfortunate soul; you have no sheet of paper to scribble down a thought that could change the world. Avoid these disasters. Have a pen and paper within your arm’s reach at all times.

I hope this article has helped you bring more innovation into your life. Keep in mind that you’re doing these things for your own satisfaction and not anybody else’s. But soon enough they will notice, and everything should snowball from there.

The use of Technology in Indian Industries

On12 Feb 2021, First Industrial Youth Summit was held regarding promotion of the use of Technology in Indian Industries as well as supporting and discussion on the growth of startups and growing young entrepreneurs and industrialist.
Discussion about key business strategies, development and weaknesses followed by Award felicitation where many young and great dignitaries have been awarded by the organisation.
1st Industrial Youth Summit remarkable presented by National Human Welfare Council and supported by Industrial Development Association – Gurugram Sec 37 in GIA House, Gurugram
Heartiest congratulations to all the awardees and dignitaries for the gracious presence in the event.

Thanksgiving Ceremony & Rashtriya Gaurav Award 2020

Thanksgiving Ceremony & Rashtriya Gaurav 2020

Thanksgiving ceremony and Rashtriya Gaurav 2020 — One of the marvelous event with wonderful gathering and great people where many great dignitaries received recognition & they were also welcomed by our chief guests..
18th January 2020
In the gracious presence of our special Guest Padam Bhushan, Arya Ratna Awardee Mahashya Shree Dharmpal Gulati Ceo, Mdh., Sh. Sudhir Singhla (MLA Gurugram),
Sh. Kalyan Singh Chauhan (Chairman Zila Parshad Gurugram), Sh. Anurag Gehlavat
Joint Commissioner Labour Health & Safety Gurugram, Sh. Brahm Yadav Chairman (West Zone Gurugram Mcg), Gurugram Deputy Commissioner Amit Khatri’s Mother
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Prerna Award Case Study

Prerna Award 2019

29th June 2019, Prerna Award Ceremony was organised to recognize hidden & Inspiring people across India. This event was managed and organised by Golden Era Events for Sh. Ram Kumar Pal, a great social worker & a great entrepreneur from Mumbai.

About Ramkumar Pal who took the initiative to recognize and motivating all those great personalities who are already working for the benefits of society in their respected fields

Prerna Award (Award of Inspiration) 2019
was organised on 29th June 2019 at “The View By Krian”
Andheri west, Mumbai, Maharashtra

Our Chief Guest
Hon’ble Sh. Mahadevrao Jankar Cabinet Minister, Maharashtra

OUR GUEST LIST

SMT. ASHA SUMAN, GOVT. SCHOOL TEACHER

SH. CHANDRA KUMAR JAIN, GOVT SCHOOL TEACHER

SH. DINESH KUMAR SAINI, GOVT. SCHOOL TEACHER

SH. PRAKASH M. NADAR, 100 TIME BLOOD DONOR DIVYANG

SH. GULAB CHAND CHAUDHARY, SOCIAL ACTIVIST

SH. RAM YADAV, SOCIAL ACTIVIST

SH. DEEPAK SHUKLA, 100 TIME BLOOD DONOR

SMT. ARCHANA SHARMA, GOVT. SCHOOL TEACHER

SH. SURAJ SAHU, GOVT. SCHOOL TEACHER

SH. MAHAVEER BHARTI, MURTIKAAR

SH. SHRINIWASAN IYER, ARTIST

SH. YUVRAJ THAKRE, ARTIST HANDICAP

SAYYED MOHM. TANVEER ALAM, SOCIAL ACTIVIST

SH. MEGH SINGH, GOVT. SCHOOL TEACHER

SMT. SUDHA SINGH, GOVT. SCHOOL TEACHER

MS. SHEETAL KHANDAL ,TV SERIAL ACRESS

DHEERAJ KUMAR GUPTA, YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR

FOUJI DHARMENDER GUJJAR, PRESIDENT GURUGRAM HANDBALL ASSOCIATION

SUNILA FRANKLIN, GOVT. SCHOOL TEACHER

ANUPAM MISHRA, SOCIAL ACTIVIST, AMRAWATI

SMT. ROMA SHARMA ECCED TRAINER

C.K SINGH GRAND, GOVT. SCHOOL HEADMASTER

MAHESH SHIRODKAR 400 TIME PLATELETS DONOR

SMT. SUSHMITA VIKAS JADHAV, SOCIAL ACTIVIST

SMT. MANISHA TEMKAR, ARTIST

SMT. SHEELA SHARMA, SOCIAL ACTIVIST

SMT. SARITA NAIK, SOCIAL ACTIVIST

SMT. DEEPA BHATIA, SOCIAL ACTIVIST

ROAMA SHARMA, SOCIAL ACTIVIST

SH. ATUL KUMAR, ARTIST

Awards of Excellence 2019 Blog

GEE AWARDS OF EXCELLENCE 2019

    • We are very pleased to announce that the Gee Awards of Excellence 2019 has successfully made its place on May 25, 2019. Golden Era Events has successfully organized its event “Gee Awards of Excellence 2019”. Our Chief Guests, Advocate Navin Gupta, Member of the Airports Authority of India, Government of India & Sh. Deepak Mehta, Chairman of National Human Welfare Council joined the program.

      Guru Maa Nina Khanna and Komal Bhatnagar joined us as a special guests on the ceremony and honored the youth engaged in bringing the social awareness in the society towards nation building. Mr. Kundan Kumar from Samasthipur, Bihar a very well personality has set a magnificent environment on the event.

    • Pushkar Mehta, Director of Golden Era Events, expressed gratitude to the Chief Guests & Special Guests and the Awardees. After spending 6 years of his life in Australia, Mr. Mehta came back to his country & decided to do something for the nation, & then he started the Golden Era Events Company to give a better environment and stage to the youth of the country. He said, he would do his best to encourage & motivate the youth of the country by organizing similar events in the future. The program was held magnificent with the gracious presence of remarkable youth from different states of the country. He addressed all such inspiration he has got from his family & his elder brother Sh. Gunjan Mehta, The president of National Human Welfare Council.

    GEE Award of Excellence 2019. A megnificent event where our guest participated from different states of India.

    1. Abhinav Narayan – Social Activist & Law student From Amity University, Noida.
    2. ABHISHEK RANJAN – Young researcher & social activist from Bihar.
    3. Lakshman kumar – An Artist, Noopur Mahotsav Award Winner, and Lichipuram Mahotsav Award Winner From Samastipur, Bihar.
    4. MD RUMAN AHMAD SABRI – Social Activist, and A Writer from Samastipur, Bihar.
    5. RAHUL GUPTA – A Young Entrepreneur from Noida, UP.
    6. Vishwajeet Singh – School Teacher, and An Independent Social Worker From Khargone Madhya Pradesh
    7. Manoj Kumar – PRT Teacher from Rohtak Maham
    8. ASHA SUMAN – Self Defense Teacher From Jaipur, Rajasthan.
    9. Desh Raj – Govt. School Teacher From Himachal
    10. Rajan Kumar – Social Worker, and A Blood Donor From Bihar
    11. Dinesh Kumar Saini – School Teacher, State High Primary School Rajakiya Badla, Alwar, Rajasthan
    12. RENUPRAVEEN YADAV – School Teacher, (Education provider). 
    13. Brijesh kumar – Journalist, UFT News24

    Glimpse of Awards of Excellence 2019

    Gee Awards of excellence was supported by our sponsor “Dr. Neena Khanna founder of “Aao Sankalp Lein” Organization who supported this event to make it a grand success.

    Rashtriya Gaurav Award 2019 Case Study

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    Case Study

    24th Jan 2019

    The National Youth Conclave & National Gaurav Awards was organized by Golden Era Events & Promotions in the premises of Delhi Press Club of India. In which the ultimate revered “Swami Shri Trilokinath ji” launched the first poster of “Hoonar India” program for the children of government schools in the country on the occasion of his birthday, as well as young people from many states of India for their national interest was honored.

    On this occasion Mr. Mahabal Mishra, former MP of Delhi, Mr. Gunjan Mehta, National President of National Human Welfare Council, Mrs Haryana 2018 Mr. Ritu Kataria, Professor Mr. Sanjeev Sharma and many dignitaries were present.

    On the occasion of his birthday, Swami Ji, while addressing the youth gathered from different states from all over the country, gave his best wishes to the youth who were dedicated to the nation’s service, by moving forward with genuine passion for the country.

    Addressing the youth, Gunjan Mehta, President of the National Human Welfare Council said that we should pay attention not only to get jobs but also to create jobs. India is fully competent today that we have been able to bring India together with the experience of young people and youth He can take a better future, and he warmly congratulated Golden Era director Pushkar Mehta for this successful event.

    Pushkar Mehta said addressing all the guests and youth and assured that in the future, they will continue to organize programs dedicated to such a nation service in association with their team. Today, around 40 youths from all over the country were honored with the national pride award in this event …

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