Love is still in the air a day or two after Valentine's Day. Whether you got engaged on Valentine’s day like Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom or you are already in a committed relationship, Valentine's day affects everyone. Maybe you are single and ready to mingle or you are just not down with the whole love thang. Well, you also probably experienced that one-of-a-kind feeling that is only second nature to Valentine’s day. Here are a few things to remember on the days succeeding Valentine's day.
1. Be Sensitive. Not everyone received flowers and chocolates so be sensitive as you flaunt around your gifts, flowers, and chocolates. We stopped by Annie’s pretzels and asked a lovely lady working there what she did on Valentine’s day. “I did nothing because I had no one to do it with,” she responded. We loved how confident she was about it. Whether you chose to ignore February 14th and did absolutely nothing, or you tuned-in nonchalantly some anti-valentines day movie to make you feel better being single, 'DO YOU' unapologetically. Be happy. For the love-birds who got gifts small and over the top, all good but be remember to be sensitive to others who did not.
2. Oringaa To The Rescue
Perhaps you celebrated with a tad too much chocolates and sweets or just plain ‘ole junk food and now you are wondering how to detox all that from your system. We're happy to help. Oringaa to the rescue. Oringaa is Miracle in the Green's Original Moringa Powder. It contains dried and ground healthy leaves of Moringa, not diseased leaves. Moringa is known for its detox abilities. It can cleanse, refresh and revitalize your insides like brand new. Ok, maybe not brand new but it’s a game-changer when it comes to cell regeneration. Moringa Oleifera is also known as the “Miracle Tree.’ It’s the next super green food of the millennium. In much the same way Kale took over after lettuce. Unlike Kale and lettuce, Moringa is here to stay because it’s got everything Kale and lettuce has to offer plus more. Very few have heard about Moringa. That is why Miracle In the Green is on a mission to ensure everyone at some point has Moringa in their kitchen pantry just as honey or sugar.
Moringa leaves are chock-full of vitamins, minerals, and nutrients. Its nutritional profile is unparalleled. This study found Moringa to contain four times the calcium in milk, twice the protein in yogurt, three times the potassium in bananas, four times the vitamin A in carrots, seven times the vitamin C in oranges. Most importantly, it’s a complete protein. It contains protein which must be obtained from food as the human body is unable to synthesize 9 of the 20 amino acids found in protein. No need to worry. Amazingly, Moringa contains ALL 20 amino acids including the 9 which the human body is incapable of synthesizing. Hurray! This is great news for people who have cut out meat from their diet. Look no further! A cup of Moringa tea or a glass of water with just a few sprinkles of Moringa will save the day. But even better Moringa can help with weight loss, give you energy like a 14-year-old plus make your hair grow.
So, whatever damage those scrumptious Valentine's Day chocolate have done, no worries, Oringaa is always happy to help.
So, if you overindulged on chocolates make sure to add Oringaa to your list of foods to eat these next few days. Oringaa is Miracle In The Green’s proprietary Moringa. It’s 100% Moringa and different from other brands as it’s made without diseases leaves and fillers. There is no coloring and additives. “it’s so good, I feed it to my dogs,’ says one customer.’ While we aren’t sure that Oringaa is dog food, we certainly think it’s safe to mix-in with any food to bring you more energy and vitality.
3. Valentine's day is a Philosophy of Showing Love, every day.
In the midst of all the chocolates and flowers, many have forgotten the story of St. Valentine. February 14th is by far the most romantic day of the year. It's also when florists, card vendors, jewelers, and chocolatiers anticipate their biggest bounty. Essentially, the story of St. Valentine has been lost in the commercial madness. Originally, February 14th was a day used to commemorate the death of a priest named Valentine. He preached about love and secretly married young couples of which he was later thrown in jail and executed. He died on February 14th which was a day of his commemoration. Valentine's day is essentially every day.
Love + miracles,