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How To: Mix a bourbon-based Mint Julep cocktail

In this ExtremeBartending video, we learn how to make the perfect Mint Julep cocktail. Start with a Collins glass. Take four sprigs of mint (it's very important that it be four) and place them in the glass. Add a teaspoon of sugar, and about two tablespoons of water (it's a strong drink, so you might want to add more water). With a muddler, mix it up, and this will expand the taste of the mint. Now grab some crushed or shaved ice and put it in the glass. Add an ounce and a half of bourbon, ga...

How To: Take yohimbe herbs to help with erectile dysfunction

Yohimbe is the name of a tall African tree that has been used for centuries by the people there to treat sexual dysfunction. This herb is available over the counter and there is often controversy involving its use. Before you use Yohimbe, you should know all the facts. Watch this clip from Dr. Ray Sahelian and learn about the possible side effects and the benefits of this unique supplement.

How To: Take horny goat weed and understand the side effects

Horny goat weed is a supplemental herb that has been used for centuries to cure conditions such as liver, joint and kidney problems and is most commonly used as an aphrodisiac. This supplement is available over the counter and is said to help with erectile disfunction and a slow libido. If you are considering trying this herb, check out this clip first. In this tutorial, Dr. Ray Sahelian, MD will tell you all about the risks and benefits of this herb so that you will make an informed and safe...

How To: Fold an origami cicada (locust)

It's difficult to tell exactly where Origami got its exact origin. Some would believe Japan, some China, and others even believe Germany. What is known is that it has been around for centuries and is one of the oldest forms of arts and crafts. Today, the looks are more modern and made easier than they have in the past. In this tutorial, find out how to fold an origami cicada or locust. Enjoy!

How To: Do vampire eye makeup

"Blah, I vant to suck your blood!" One of the most common and overused vampire lines out there! But who could blame them? Vampires are pretty interesting and cool creatures that have been around for centuries. What makes them so unique and different is that instead of preying on victims during the day, they use the night to hunt and attack its prey, feeding off their fear of the dark. Well at least in movies. In real life vampires don't exist. But it doesn't mean you can't dress or look like ...

How To: Build a movie wheel

Have you ever wondered how movies are made? There are many modern techniques available today to produce movies. This was not the scenario centuries back when there were no movies or films. The earliest form was the movie wheel and this video teaches you exactly how to build a movie wheel. The video is simple and instructive which even an elementary school kid will be able to understand. You can use this for your school science projects. This is one tutorial which will leave everyone spinning.

How To: Weave on an Inkle loom

This intro to inkle weaving focusses on the the inkle loom. The weaving area is one one end, in between the weaver and the heddles. For centuries, inkle weavers have used looms similar to this to produce narrow tapes, ribbons and bands. Inkle looms are thought to have their origins in Britain.

How To: Do Hindu pushups

This video shows you how to do Hindu push-ups which have been used by wrestlers and martial artists for many centuries. It works all major muscle groups at the same time. You begin with the mountain pose, also known to yoga fans as the downward dog, with your hands and feet spread out. You go down by bending your elbows, until your body is on the ground. Then go into cobra pose, and as you push up into this pose you should inhale. Then push exhale as you push back to the starting position. Ke...

How To: Build a pyramid in Minecraft

For centuries, the pyramid has been a symbol of significance to many. Build one of these magnificent structures in your Minecraft world. Watch this video to learn how to design and build your own pyramid in Minecraft. You can use it as a tomb, a casino, a basketball arena, or a tourist attraction!

How To: Master Asian beauty secrets

The alluring beauty of Asian women is celebrated around the world. And they often look years younger than their true age. Ever wondered what the secret was to the gorgeous skin of Asian women? We’ve uncovered a few.

News: Human Dissection Illustrated in Anatomical Pop-Up Books

Before there was Gray's Anatomy, physicians and medical students used anatomical flap books to explore the inner workings of the human body—a scientific illustrated guide that takes its name from the moveable paper flaps that can be "dissected" to reveal hidden anatomy underneath. Similar to pop-up books, these instructional tools mimic the act of human dissection, allowing doctors and students to study the intricacies of the body normally concealed by flesh.

News: 'The Book of Alien' Print Book Uses AR to Teach You How to Survive Xenomorphs & Facehuggers on Earth

The latest installment in the Alien movie franchise, Alien: Covenant, came out many months ago, and the fan day dedicated to the franchise, Alien Day, April 26, is long past. But for many Alien fans, Alien Day is every day. For those loyal members of the xenomorph-worshipping tribe, a new augmented reality-powered book has arrived to serve their science fiction needs until the next film is released.

News: You're Eating Mold & You Don't Even Know It

Koji is a culture made up of a certain fungus (mold) called Aspergillus oryzae, which has been used to ferment rice and soybeans in Japanese, Chinese, and Korean kitchens for centuries. Koji can actually have other involved fungi, but Aspergillus oryzae is the most common, and therefore the names can be used interchangeably. Its end purpose is to enhance the flavor of items like soy sauce, sake, and miso.

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