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Deerberg Damen Leinen-Bluse Laurien rhododendro...
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97,43 € *
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Deerberg Damen Leinen-Bluse Laurien: Lässig, schick und feminin: Unsere Bluse aus hochwertigem Premium-Leinen werden Sie lieben! Und das hat gute Gründe: Unser bestes Premium Leinen ist ein idealer Stoff für warme Tage, da es einen frischen, kühlenden Effekt hat. Es hat eine besonders schöne, etwas festere Qualität auf, die sich dabei wunderbar griffig-weich anfühlt. Hergestellt wird es natürlich in Europa. Hinten ist die Bluse etwas länger geschnitten, so sitzt sie auch bei Bewegung noch gut. Ein toller Blickfang ist der V-Ausschnitt mit dem dekorativen Stehkragen. Die langen Ärmel können gekrempelt und mit einem Riegel befestigt werden. Die Knopfleiste schmücken Knöpfe aus echtem Perlmutt.

Anbieter: Deerberg
Stand: 01.12.2020
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Mohare Danda Panorama Trek 8 Days
815,32 € *
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Best Season: Spring (March, April, May), autumn (Sept, Oct, Nov) The Mohare Danda Trek is also known by the name ‘Eco Lodge Community Trek’ and ‘Myagdi Community Eco Trek”. Besides other crowded regions of Annapurna region, the trek to Mohare Danda is off-beaten path whose trail passes through the laps of hills, mountains, forests, rivers and much more. The forests on the route offer different vegetation like Oak, Bamboo, Pine, Rhododendron etc. From February to April the Rhododendron blossoms in a forest making the land colorful. So it’s also called Rhododendron trekking. Rhododendron is the national flower of Nepal and from its nectar wild bee prepares a honey which gives the nostalgic effect. A drive to the trekking point passes along Seti and Kaligandaki River. Not only the natural beauty during the trek but culturally rich Magar and Gurung communities and the rural lifestyle is also the cynosure of the tre

Anbieter: Viator – Ein Trip...
Stand: 01.12.2020
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Juvena Pflege Skin Energy Refine & Exfoliate Ma...
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Das weltberühmte Kosmetikhaus Juvena überzeugt Damen seit Jahrzehnten mit hochwirksamen Pflegeprodukten. Auch die leichte Refine & Exfoliate Mask begeistert nach jeder Anwendung mit rasch wirkenden Effekten. Die Maske aus der Pflegeserie Skin Energy versorgt die Haut mit Stammzellen-Extrakt aus wildem Rhododendron. Daher freut sich die Haut bei jeder Behandlung mit dieser Spezialpflege aus der Flasche von Juvena über eine große Portion Feuchtigkeit. Dank der exklusiv von dem Schweizer Kosmetik-Label entwickelten SkinNova SC-Technologie wird die Struktur der Haut bis in die Tiefen der Hautschichten verjüngt. Die Verbesserung der Hautkontur ist auf den ersten Blick nach der Anwendung des Skin Energy Pflegeproduktes sichtbar.Refine & Exfoliate Mask - Schweizer Pflege-Maske von JuvenaDer mattierende Effekt der Skin Energy Refine & Exfoliate Mask gibt der Haut einen seidigen Glanz, der die jugendliche Frische betont. Bei regelmäßiger Anwendung der feinen Maske werden die Poren wieder minimiert, die durch die schädlichen Umwelteinflüsse erweitert sind. Auch der ölige Film auf der Haut verschwindet, so dass der Teint wieder klar und geglättet erstrahlt. Am besten wird diese Pflegemaske täglich am Morgen und am Abend nach der gründlichen Reinigung auf die Gesichtshaut aufgetragen. Anschließend nimmt die Haut die Tages- und Nachtcreme besonders gut auf.

Anbieter: parfumdreams
Stand: 01.12.2020
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Langtang Cultural Trek
1.224,33 € *
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Home to Tamang and Tibetan communities, the Langtang Valley has long been a favorite trek due to its stunning views, exciting Tamang culture. Despite badly effect due to devastating earthquake of 2015 and subsequent landslides, the region has reopened for trekking again. As most of the trekking in Langtang entirely takes place below 4000m, the trekking trail is suitable for trekkers of all ages and under any physical condition. Highlights • Tibetan/Tamang communities and their rich Buddhist culture and tradition. • Trek through rhododendron and pine forests into Langtang Valley • Chance to see wild species such as Red panda, snow wolves and Himalayan Thar • Breathtaking views of Langtang Lirung, Langtang Ri, Langshisa, Langtang Himal, Ganjala peak • Visit Sing Gompa, Kyangjing Gompa, Yak cheese factory Langtang Glacier • Opportunity to climb popular and royalty-free Tshergo-Ri peak (4984m)

Anbieter: Viator – Ein Trip...
Stand: 01.12.2020
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Annapurna Circuit Trek 12 days
697,63 € *
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The Annapurna conservation Area embraces the entire Annapurna Himal. From valley floor (below 1000m) to the summit of Annapurna region you can move between the lush subtropics and the austere alpine climbs in a matter of days, witnessing the effect of altitude, topography and climate on life. Trails along the lower valleys usually weave through land that has been cleared for agriculture, dipping occasionally into the remaining shady broadleaf forests. Upstream, you enter the spectacular rhododendron forests, their gnarled pinkish limbs festooned with epiphytic ferns and orchids. In spring witness the blooms, from red to pink to white, depending on altitude. As the trail takes you away from the incessant roar of the river the sounds of bird life, perhaps the yelp of a barking deer, become audible. The dry and open conifer forests, usually blue pine, can be uncannily silent save for the wind whistling through the canopy.

Anbieter: Viator – Ein Trip...
Stand: 01.12.2020
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Natural Products Recent Advances
277,90 CHF *
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Natural Products Recent Advances is a compilation of scholarly articles covering multidisciplinary aspects in the study of naturally occurring substances. The Chapters in this book cover a wide spectrum of scientific disciplines such as phytochemistry, phtyopharmacology, pharrnacognosy, ethnomedicine, ethnopharmacology. ethnobotany. primary health care etc. Through this Volume GA Cordell introduces a new term 'ecopharmacognosy' to explain the concept of sustainability in to all pharrnacognosy research, Yoshinori Asakawa describes a large number of secondary metabolites and bioactive molecules isolated from liverworts (Marchantiophyta). Srini V Kaveri and his group have contributed a chapter on anti-tumoral mechanism underlying immuno-modulatory effects of Viscum album preparations. Glowniak and Sieniawska have contributed a chapter on applications of coumarins in phytotherapy. The history of the growth and development of ethnopharmacology research in India is reviewed by Pushpangadan, George and linu. Abdul Sami Shawl has reviewed the quality and chemical composition of industrially important essential oils from temperate regions of India. Rupika Delgoda has reviewed the application of science and technology for the safe use of drugs in the Caribbean Island ofJarnaica. Peter and Peter have reviewed the biology, chemistry and medicinal properties of the wonder drug 'Noni'. Monika Thakur gives an account of the medicinal and nutraceutical properties of wild mushrooms and emphasizes the need for further research. Sharma, Llniyal and Slowik write about the conservation of Taxus buccaic in Himachal Pradesh. Rao and Rawat give a brief review of botanicals used in healthcare. Kharat, Kaur and Pai in their contribution write about the effect of Aerva sanguinolenta on Leishmanio donovani the causative agent of visceral leishmaniasis. Srivastava et al write about chemotypic variation among different accessions of Centella asiatsco in the chapter contributed by them. Gupta and Prakash review natural products from microbes. Ramesh Das in his contribution gives an account of traditional medicine used by the people inhabiting around the Manas National Park of Assam. Joshi, Panthari and Kharkwal review the phytochemistry, pharmacology, traditional utility and value addition of Rhododendron arboretum flowers. Kaushal and Shaveta give an accout of their work on the mycorrhizal association of some horticultural plants of Himachal Pradesh. Thus the book is certainly useful to researchers, teachers, students and laymen engaged in natural product study and research.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 01.12.2020
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Natural Products Recent Advances
248,80 € *
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Natural Products Recent Advances is a compilation of scholarly articles covering multidisciplinary aspects in the study of naturally occurring substances. The Chapters in this book cover a wide spectrum of scientific disciplines such as phytochemistry, phtyopharmacology, pharrnacognosy, ethnomedicine, ethnopharmacology. ethnobotany. primary health care etc. Through this Volume GA Cordell introduces a new term 'ecopharmacognosy' to explain the concept of sustainability in to all pharrnacognosy research, Yoshinori Asakawa describes a large number of secondary metabolites and bioactive molecules isolated from liverworts (Marchantiophyta). Srini V Kaveri and his group have contributed a chapter on anti-tumoral mechanism underlying immuno-modulatory effects of Viscum album preparations. Glowniak and Sieniawska have contributed a chapter on applications of coumarins in phytotherapy. The history of the growth and development of ethnopharmacology research in India is reviewed by Pushpangadan, George and linu. Abdul Sami Shawl has reviewed the quality and chemical composition of industrially important essential oils from temperate regions of India. Rupika Delgoda has reviewed the application of science and technology for the safe use of drugs in the Caribbean Island ofJarnaica. Peter and Peter have reviewed the biology, chemistry and medicinal properties of the wonder drug 'Noni'. Monika Thakur gives an account of the medicinal and nutraceutical properties of wild mushrooms and emphasizes the need for further research. Sharma, Llniyal and Slowik write about the conservation of Taxus buccaic in Himachal Pradesh. Rao and Rawat give a brief review of botanicals used in healthcare. Kharat, Kaur and Pai in their contribution write about the effect of Aerva sanguinolenta on Leishmanio donovani the causative agent of visceral leishmaniasis. Srivastava et al write about chemotypic variation among different accessions of Centella asiatsco in the chapter contributed by them. Gupta and Prakash review natural products from microbes. Ramesh Das in his contribution gives an account of traditional medicine used by the people inhabiting around the Manas National Park of Assam. Joshi, Panthari and Kharkwal review the phytochemistry, pharmacology, traditional utility and value addition of Rhododendron arboretum flowers. Kaushal and Shaveta give an accout of their work on the mycorrhizal association of some horticultural plants of Himachal Pradesh. Thus the book is certainly useful to researchers, teachers, students and laymen engaged in natural product study and research.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 01.12.2020
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