- Breckland thyme (lat. Thymus serpyllum)-stimulates the psychic and physical functions. It is an ideal plant for urological and genital warts and an antiseptic for dissecting pathways. Her medicinal properties are in leaves and flowers. It has a pleasant smell and a bitter taste. This plant treats neurosis, depression and alcoholism. Tea made from Thymus serpyllum treats asthma, bronchitis and tuberculosis, migraine, kidney disease, anemia and insomnia. How to make a tea: pour the spoon of thymus serpyllum in hot water and let it cool. Drink 3x daily for maximum effect. Rinse the mouth cavity: on one spoon of this plant pour the water and let it stand overnight. In the morning, use this water to rinse your throat or for facial cleansing. This plant should not be taken by women with liver problems and a weak stomach.
- Hypericum perforatum-helps with painful and irregular monthly cycles of women, white wash, lowered uterus, uterine wounds and intensified secretion. This plant protects the walls of the uterus and prevents abortion, facilitates delivery, alleviates climax. It is recommended for pregnant women from the third month of pregnancy. It is considered a universal plant for all female illnesses.
- Achillea millefolium-is called a milfoil. Phytotherapists and herbalists believe that this plant helps when it seems to be all in vain. It helps with reproductive system diseases, such as white wash, uterine cancer, ovarian inflammation, myomas and the absence of a monthly cycle. It helps with climax.
- Chantarion-tea from this plant could be used for rinsing of the female organs. Chantarion’s oil is an excellent remedy for the health of vaginal flora because it treats almost all female illnesses. Using irrigator up to 5 cm inside of female organs, pour lukewarm tea.
- Salvia officinalis-helps with valunga (waves of heat) and prevents sweating. This plant treats depression and regulates sudden changes in mood among women. It facilitates childbirth, prevents miscarriage.
- Marubium vulgare- treats women’s infertility. it is called desperate. It helps with the normalization of the sex hormones and balances the hormonal cycle. A tea from this plant can be drink up to 5 times a day.
On the local TV station recently there was a TV show in which journalists and their guests tried to inform us more on stroke and tips how to prevent it. Reading is one of the best methods for preventing stroke. Unfortunately, in recent times, stroke affects all age groups and all ages. It is, therefore, important and highly recommended to read anything, because reading is one of the best brain exercises.
The new century has brought new technologies, different web portals adapted to all ages, and print media and magazines are not as current as they used to be. Magazines and different daily, weekly and monthly prints are read to find out about life-related news that we are interested in, as well as to feel the flair of the paper and the press in which the magazine has been printed.
Historians believe that the first newspapers and magazines were created in the 5th century in the ancient Rome. Different news and information were collected solely by travelers, and were sent in writing to residents in remote areas of the Roman Empire. The first magazines is read by the visitors of the Roman Forum. It was called “Acta Diurna” (Daily Events).
The Imperial Government has printed the first newspaper in the imperial China called “Ching Pao” (or the News of the Capital) in the year 1300.
In the 16th century, the newspaper “Notizie Scritte” was published in Venice. The price of one copy of this magazine was 1 gazetta (the currency in the old Venice).
In the 18th century, great progress was made in the printing industry, and the journals went out regularly. They had their regular readers. These magazines have released news, various articles, and comments.
In 1663, a magazine called “The Intelligencer” was published in London. It went out on a weekly basis.
Today in the world we have a large number of magazines of different themes, which publish various articles or are dedicated to one theme. Journalists or people who collect all the information for us (readers) belong to one of the most interesting and most vulnerable professions in the world. If you do not have the idea of hobby choosing for yourself or a member of your family, collecting a magazine is a great choice.
History and many historical books teach us that the Sarajevo’s assassination was the cause of the outbreak of the First World War. However, many historians agree that this event when Gavrilo Princip (a member of the Mlada Bosna) fired bullets on June 28, 1914 and killed the Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sofia (Duchess of Hohenberg), launched a series of events that had the beginning of the First World war. The secret organization of Mladá Bosna have had the only one aim to destroy the Austrian-Hungarian rule in Bosnia and Herzegovina by bams and assassinations. Those are the historical facts since 103 years ago, and historians say that no assassination in modern history has left such a mark as the Sarajevo’s assassination .
Visit of Austro-Hungarian Archduke to the military garrison
The Austrian-Hungarian Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sofia had to come to Sarajevo (at the invitation of the Governor of Bosnia, General Oscar Potiorek) to visit military garrisons and oversee the military exercises of Austrian-Hungarian soldiers. They arrived in Sarajevo by train from Metković (Croatia) on June 27, 2014. They were accommodated in the hotel Bosna (today’s complex of Hotel Ilidža) in Ilidža. An official dinner was held in the evening of 27 June 2014.
On June 28, 2014 Archduke Franz Ferdinand ordered to his driver not to rush with the intent to look more closely at the city. A solemn ceremony was organized in the Town Hall. The guests traveled along Appel’s keel (now the Obala Kulina Bana).
The first attempt at the assassination failed when one of the conspirator had failed to drop the bomb precisely (which exploded beneath the car). The driver saw the thrown bomb and accelerated the vehicle.
The second thrown bomb injured some gendarmes (police) but nobody in Archduke’s convoy.
The Car Gräf & Stift (in which Franz Ferdinand and Sophia were killed, today is placed in a military museum in Vienna) arrived at the City Hall, where a short reception was held. After the reception, they went to the hospital to visit the wounded soldiers that have been killed in a bomb attack. They were driving through the same route to the hospital, when the driver made a fatal mistake and turned sharply into the narrow street called Franz Jozef (today’s Green Berets Street). Although the driver tried to return the car back to Appel’s kay, the assassin who was on the corner of these two streets, fired a fatal bullet and killed the Austrian-Hungarian Archduke and his wife.
The conspirator and the assassin Gavrilo Princip and other members of the Movement of Mlada Bosna, who participated in the preparation of the assassination, were arrested. They were condemned to a lifelong prison. Most died in prisons throughout the Austro-Hungarian Empire. After the First World War was completed, the remains of the assassin were exhumed and buried at the Saint Marko’s Cemetery at Koševo. The Chapel of Vidovdan heroes was built in this cemetery to commemorate members of the Movement of Mladá Bosna.
There is a memorial plate at the place of death of the Archduke and his wife Sofia. The Museum of Sarajevo was built In the nearby building. The Austrian-Hungarian rule of Bosnia and Herzegovina is also the main theme of this museum.
PRAGA 2018 is a specialized World Stamp Exhibition with the FIP patronage and the FEPA recognition, held on the occasion of celebrations of:
- the 100th anniversary of the establishment of the Czechoslovak Republic,
- the 100th anniversary of the issue of the first Czechoslovak stamp,
- the 100th anniversary of the establishment of the Postal Museum,
- the 100th anniversary of the end of the World War I,
- the 25th anniversary of the establishment of the Czech Republic.
The objective of the exhibition is to promote philately, to develop mutual relations and philatelic culture, to maintain cooperation among philatelists throughout the world, to present creativity and innovation when treating exhibits, and to promote the Exponet virtual philatelic exhibition.
Venue: Clarion Congress Hotel in Prague 9 Vysocany, Freyova 33
Dates: 15th – 18th August 2018
Capacity: 1,500 exhibition frames – approximately 300 exhibits
Exhibition classes: 1) Traditional Philately, 2) Postal History, 3) Philatelic Literature, 4) One Frame Exhibits, 5) Modern Philately, 6) Open Philately, 7) Revenue Stamps
Organizer of the exhibition: Spolek Světová výstava poštovních známek PRAGA 2018 (PRAGA 2018 World Stamp Exhibition Association), which has the Union of Czech Philatelists (Svaz českých filatelistů) as its member.
The stamp exhibition will accompany the already traditional and well attended Collector Fair (www.sberatel.info/en/) . The organizers of the event are ArGe Tschechoslowakei (www.arge-tschechoslowakei.de), Union of Czech Philatelists (www.informace-scf.cz) represented by Kladno Stamp Club and Czech Postal Administration (www.ceskaposta.cz).
- Organizer: Double Impact s.r.o., V Zarezu 902/4, 150 00 Praha 5
- Phone: +420 223 014 424
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Web page: http://www.sberatel.info/en/praga2018/
- Date: August 15 – 18, 2018
- Venue: Olympic tristar Hotel, U Sluncove 14, Praha 8, http://www.olympik.cz/cz/tristar/
- There is a convenient transport from the PRAGA 2018 exhibition to the stamp bourse with the Underground (B line in yellow colour) from Vysocanska Station to Invalidovna Station (duration about 7 minutes).
- The information about the dealers places at the stamp bourse to be provided by the Organizer, Double Impact s.r.o. Company.
More on: http://www.praga2018.cz