These days, engagement rings aren’t limited to diamonds alone. It’s becoming increasingly common to see colorful stones stealing the show in nontraditional ring settings. But colored gems aren’t for everyone—there’s something classic about a clear gem dazzling your left ring finger. White sapphires are a beautiful, economical choice for a clear gems.
Known to many as a stubborn weed, broadleaf plantain (plantago major) is common to many areas across the US. Although we often curse it when it crops up in our gardens, there are several reasons to celebrate this hardy crop. We’ve rounded up a few things to do with broadleaf plantains—and the best way to get rid of them if they’re still not your thing.
More than jewelry’s favorite metal, gold serves many fascinating functions. Gold, in fact, is edible, and you may see gold leaf floating in the champagne at a fancy wedding. (We’ll toast to that!) Those who suffer from rheumatoid arthritis (RA) may have experienced consuming gold in a less festive setting, however. For roughly 75 years, gold has been used to treat RA