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How To Get Pregnant Cervical Mucus Predicting Ovulation Series 1 Episode 5- Tallula, Illinois
I'm Tash. And in this tutorial, I'll be talkingabout a sticky subject. I'm Tash. And in this tutorial, I'll be talkingabout a sticky subject. It's not your typical dinnertime conversation,but your cervical mucus is completely normal. And you should pay more attention to it. Cervicalmucus is made by your cervix. It's made by the glands within your cervix. Depending whereyou are in your cycle, there may be up to four millilitres of cervical fluid. And that'sparticularly around the time of ovulation. Cervical mucus has two functions when it comesto sperm. It can either keep sperm out or bring sperm into the uterus. Cervical mucusis the gatekeeper. It's really smart. It knows when to keep sperm out and when to allow sperminto the uterus. At occasional times, it'll.
Be dry at the beginning of your cycle, thenit might be a little bit sticky, then it might be dry at the beginning of your cycle, thenit might be a little bit sticky, then it might be creamy. And then what you should see ifyou're about to ovulate is it should be slippery. So here's where you need to pay more attentionto your underpants, because your underpants will give you an idea about the forecast.Just after your period, you'll have dry underpants. There will be nothing much there at all, andthis is your dry phase. Next on your underwear, you might find a bit of stickiness. Stickymucus that might last for about one to two days. And that's in response to estrogen,and this really means you're on the path, hopefully, to ovulation. Next, you might noticeon your underwear a little bit more creaminess.
Now, the creaminess is secondary to a furtherrise in estrogen, and hence more water content Now, the creaminess is secondary to a furtherrise in estrogen, and hence more water content in your mucus. This means you're getting closerto ovulation. You've probably heard of cervical mucus lookingand feeling a bit like raw egg whites, it's true. You'll find that on your underwear,it will feel and look really wet. Really wet. And sometimes, women have to wear panty liners.This is a really good indication that your fertile window is definitely open. Sperm love slippery mucus. Slippery mucustells you that your fertile window is really wide open. It should be the cue for you andyour partner to start having lots of sex if.
You're wanting to fall pregnant. you're wanting to fall pregnant.
How To Make Compost Tea Organic Fertilizer For Your Plants
In today's episode we look at makingcompost tea which is an organic nutrient in today's episode we look at makingcompost tea which is an organic nutrient supplement for your plants now let's look atwhat you need to prepare compost tea you will need a bucket fivegallon bucketyou will need an air pump you'll need a small piece of quarter inch tubing asmall piece of soaker hose and some weights you will need some compost you can eitheruse bagged compost or you can use your own homemade compost you will need fishfertilizer, seaweed, as well as molasses which you can find at any grocery store.
Our first step in the brewing processes isto make sure that our water is free of our first step in the brewing processes isto make sure that our water is free of chlorine now a lot of household tapwater contains chlorine which is bad for beneficial bacteria so this is how youget rid of the chlorine and this is done by using the air pump that we sawwe've connected the air pump outlets to this barbed tee which in turn connects to the quarter inchtubing and then into a soaker hose and the weight is used to keep the soaker hosedown another reason of using a soaker hoses is that it produces a lot of theseair bubbles that add a lot of oxygen into the water Our next step is to add compostI'm using a bagged composed here.
But you can use your own compost as welland you just need a handful of compost but you can use your own compost as welland you just need a handful of compost as you can see here you do notneed to over do it this is the fish fertilizer, seaweed which will add nutrientsto the soil and there's also molasses which'll be food for the bacteria as thecompost tea brews now we're gonna add our ingredients to our compost tea which hasbeen brewing for about an hour or so to get rid of the chlorine in the water andwhat we do is we add the compost now remember that the whole idea of makingcompost tea is to add a lot of beneficial bacteria in the Tea.
We're gonna add some fish fertilizer and seaweedwhich will not only add nutrients but we're gonna add some fish fertilizer and seaweedwhich will not only add nutrients but also feed the bacteria in the soilpart in the compost tea and this is the seaweed you just need to add a capfultablespoon of each don't need to overdo it and then we add molasseswhich can be found in any grocery store and what the bacteria do is they feed onthe molasses and then they keep multiplying and they keep multiplying toan extent where there are just so many beneficial bacteria that your compost itbecomes very nutritious and that's the whole idea of brewing your compost tea.
And what the air pump does is that itadds a lot of oxygen in the water we now and what the air pump does is that itadds a lot of oxygen in the water we now stir everything together very well witha stick and by adding all that oxygen in the compost tea what happens is thatwe feed the aerobic bacteria which is the beneficial bacteria in this composttea and which multiplies and becomes large in number and it also feeds on themolasses that we added in the compost tea and once again here's how the airpump is connected to the soaker hose via these barbed tees basically the twotubes connected via the barbed to the quarter inch tubing and then back intothe soaker hose which creates all these air.
Bubbles and now all we need to is let thistea brew or anywhere between 24 to 72 bubbles and now all we need to is let thistea brew or anywhere between 24 to 72 hours and I'll show you how the tea lookslike a stage so after 24 hours you can see that the bacteria in the composttea has begun to multiply you can see that with all the froth around thesurface and after 48 hours it just increases you can see how the tea lookslike in 48 hours now at 48 hours the tea is actually usable but if you wantmore beneficial bacteria just let it keep brewing and you can see that 72hours later can see a lot more of that froth which iswhen you take out your tubing you.
Turn the air pump off and you're ready touse your compost tea so to use it all turn the air pump off and you're ready touse your compost tea so to use it all you do is just put it on the base ofany plant it will be absorbed by the roots you can also foliarapply thecompost tea as I'm doing here I'm not using a pump here but you get theidea now compost tea is also very good for seedlings because seedlings don'tneed a strong fertilizer so compost tea works very well and because compost tea is so naturalorganic and doesn't contain any salts that would harm you plants you can use itin containers you can use it for fruit.