Colours & Emotion For April 2019

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  1. If you notice, naturally occurring blue food is quite rare. There are no leafy blue vegetables and no blue meats except for blueberries and bluish potatoes in remote places on the planet. It is safe to say that blue does not exist in large quantity as a natural food colour. Of all the colours in the spectrum, did you know that blue is believed to be an appetite suppressant? The hue is believed to create chemicals in the body that slows down human metabolism. Isn’t that interesting? Weight loss plans often recommend that you serve meals on a blue plate. So, if you are planning to go on a diet, you now know which colour you need to stick to!

  2. The colours in your bedroom, including the mattress and pillow play a huge role in the quality and quantity of sleep. It is necessary that your bedroom environment creates a tranquil ambience that is conducive to sleep. Purple is a shade that can stimulate the mind as well as the imagination, energising the body. Studies have shown that it is a shade that can cause nightmares. If you are planning to paint the walls of your bedroom or go shopping for bedroom décor, you now know which colour to steer clear of.

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Colours & Fashion For April 2019

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The art of beautifying cloth using dye has been going on since ages. The word ‘batik’ originates from the Javanese word ‘tik’ which means ‘to dot’. A batik pattern is created when chosen areas of the cloth are blocked out by brushing or drawing hot wax and later dyed. Did you know that at present the finest batik cloths are made in Indonesia? The conventional method is used mainly on cotton and in traditional colours of brown, red and blue. In fashion, the use of batik print has also become more common among many high-end brands.

 

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Colours & Gems For April 2019

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  1. Dumortierite
    Take a look at this mesmerizing gemstone. It is named after the French palaeontologist, Eugene Dumortierite. Known as the stone of patience, the Dumortierite crystal gives us inner guidance to approach problems with an open heart instead of an angry mind. Dumortierite is believed to calm inflammations throughout the body. It is advisable to keep this stone on hand if you are experiencing any inflammatory reactions to an allergy or illness. This stone is also considered very stimulating to the brain and brings enhanced intellectual abilities, helping with mental skills, both language-based and mathematical. Fascinating, isn’t it?

  2. Andalusite
    This beautiful stone is called Andalusite. It is a lesser-known gemstone named after a Spanish autonomous community known as Andalusia where it was first discovered. By composition, Andalusite is an aluminium silicate associated closely to both Sillimanite and Kyanite. It can be found in many countries such as Brazil, Australia, Russia, Spain, Canada, Sri Lanka, Burma, Madagascar and the USA (mainly California and Colorado). Andalusite has the ability to change colours when viewed from different angles.

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Colours & Nature For April 2019

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  1. Gold Dust Day Gecko
    Take a look at this creature, isn’t it stunning? It is known as the Gold Dust Day Gecko. You can find it in Northern Madagascar and on the island of Comoros. It is also seen in Hawaii and other Pacific Islands. This tiny lizard is often seen in different types of trees and houses, feeding on insects and nectar. It grows up to nine inches long and is bright green or yellowish green in colour. Its neck and upper back have bright, yellow speckles while its upper eyelids, feet and toes are blue.

  2. Stargazer Oriental Lily
    This is the Stargazer Lily (Lilium ‘Stargazer’). It is also known as the Oriental Lily and is known for its huge star-shaped blooms that emit a sweet perfume. Its petals are bright pink with lovely textured freckles on it. Stargazer is easy to grow and blooms wonderfully in full sunlight. Although it is stunning, it is also one of the most poisonous plants to have around pets, especially cats who suffer from vomiting, lethargy, kidney failure and even death when in contact with it. Appealing to the senses, this is a flower that catches everyone’s fancy.

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