Can asafoetida applied to the root of coconut kill the tree? 1 day ago - 1 week left to answer. Additional Details what is the reason if it can?

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Date: Wed-Apr-14-2010-
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check this out www.hummed.co.ccI find that it does feel a lot different in the summer versus the winter. Not only is there the humidity issue but it's hot air that's blowing from the vents in winter while it's cold air during the summer so the heat distribution throughout the house is different too. Of course ceiling fans can do a lot to even out the temperatures and so can running the fan constantly. I have different settings for the heat then for the AC but that's because the thermostat requires them to be different for it to switch between the two automatically.To answer your question, yes. A person will feel colder in the winter and hotter in the summer due to many factors: air leaks, drafts, open doors/windows, if you have a two story house, etc. The only way to prevent this is to basically lock yourself in a one-story house, seal any spaces under doors and windows, and not use the oven/stove or dishwasher. We don't want that, do we? :)Assuming no other sources of energy affect the interior of your home: 1. Low humidity would feel cooler than high humidity, due to the cooling effect of evaporation of sweat from your skin. It's more efficient in the winter than in the summer. 2. If you go outside and return to your home, the relative temperature change would make the home feel warm in the winter and cool in the summer. At least for a short while.
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