Online Marketing Venture

November 22, 2011

It has been such a long time since I planned on trying out online marketing.

Online Marketing has been really a trend this days especially with the onset of social networking such as Facebook, Twitter, Multiply and the like.
I never thought making money would be a hit! Well, just now I am becoming a "suki" of some online shops for local businesses here in Cebu City.

You know, fashion never goes out in time, its just like travelling the long winding road that has no end.
Style never goes out and just like history, will repeat itself.

Recently, I have venture finally into this thing I have perking about a long time ago.
I just had to buy a laptop, an inexpensive digital camera and a broadband internet. And Whoola! I am all set.

By the way, I needed a name for my online shop. So here I am, finally made up a cool name for my site or for my online store. I named it Xena's. to the Warrior princess says strong and determined warrior of style, cool huh? 

 Yeah it's called XENA'S Thriftshoppe. And here's that picture that goes with it.. Just simple one to capture the theme of my store not that really trendy but classy. :)



Yeah, so there I had all the things I needed. :)
I am all set. Hopefully, I get to serve the stylish finds in town to cater my soon-to-be customers.  

I just opened my first ever Collection HERE.

I hope you could drop by my store, too and LIKE our page!


See yah around and Happy Shopping! 

Amazing Moringga!

March 2, 2011

                                                                  
                                 Health benefits of Malunggay Leaves             

Living in a highly modernized community, man has tend to develop and incorporate 
old herbal medicines into modern ways.
Lots of medicinal benefits have been discovered by many of this small but 
terrible plant we often see just by our loans and backyards.
Malunggay, used by a government health agency as their Logo gave us that intricate 
knowledge and recognition to this plant. 
Simple as it may seem, It has been quitely found amongst famous Filipino Homemade dishes.

It has been used to heal for open wounds (Pangus) during my childhood days, 
and was believed to cure the wound and  
aid it to avoid from infection by extracting its juices by pounding the leaves 
and placed over the affected wounded parts.

Malunggay Leaves Scientific Name ( Moringa oelifera ) was once considered a 
"poor man's vegetables" but now it is known as 
a "miracle tree" or "nature's medicine cabinet" by scientists and health care workers 
from around the world because it is loaded with vitamins and minerals that can be 
an effective remedy against many kinds of ailments.

All parts of the malunggay tree are usable for nutritional and medicinal purposes - 
from the roots, trunk, and branches to the leaves, flowers, and seeds. 
The small, oval, dark-green leaves are famous vegetable ingredient in soup, fish and chicken dishes. 
The leaves can actually be eaten raw, but best added in meals due to its 
high concentration of nutrients.

So here are the known Health Benefits of the ever famous "low maintainance" 
plant Moringa oelifera:


• Malunggay leaves helps strengthens the immune system. 
• Malunggay can help restores skin condition, controls blood pressure, relieves headaches and migraines. 
• Malunggay tea can help strengthen the eye muscles. 
• Malunggay tea can help heal inflammation of the joints and tendons. 
• Malunggay tea can prevent intestinal worms. 
• Malunggay can help increase semen count. 
• Malunggay help normalize blood sugar level therefore preventing diabetes. 
• Malunggay has anti-cancer compounds (phytochemicals) that help stop the growth of cancer cells. 
• Malunggay helps relax and promotes good night sleep. 
• Malunggay tea is used to treat fever and asthma. 
• Malunggay help heals ulcers. 
• Malunggay is high in calcium (four times the calcium in milk), therefore lactating
 mothers are advised to consume malunggay leaves to produce more milk for their babies. 
The young malunggay leaves are also boiled and taken as tea. 
• Malunggay contains three times the potassium in bananas. 
• Malunggay contain four times the vitamin A in carrots. 
• An ounce of malunggay has the same Vitamin C content as seven oranges. 
• Malunggay leaves contain two times the protein in milk. 
• Malunggay seed is used to clean dirty or polluted water. 
 
Thank God for Malunggay!

XoXo 
♥GraZie♥

My ADopted baby....(",)

January 11, 2011

It has been a month but it feels like we've known each other for a long time.
It is wonderful to know that in this world somebody cares and loves more than you love them.

My days are even wonderful and much colorful now that I have you "di"

Thanks for this cute little gift you had given me for Christmas! Our little baby..
Evee...





I sure will take good care of her.

Just that I thought of takin her with me at work.
She looks cute at my station di.. ;-)

Look at her o! All wraped in plastic.. hehe.. But don't you worry she still can breathe! Lolz!


 Evee at my station... ;)



A closer look at Evee.. 

The sight of her not only brightens my station but my day as well!


that's meh.. busy takin her photos.. (wala magawa talaga c timoy!)

Thanks timoy for the other pics! ;-)

XoXo 

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