Friday, April 13, 2018

How Your Cells Use Light to Communicate

HOW YOUR CELLS USE LIGHT TO COMMUNICATE April 12, 2018 295014 Like Christina Sarich, Guest Waking Times “Your body is woven from the light of Heaven.” ~Rumi Have you ever wondered what makes the difference between a living and non-living process? What makes us “alive” instead of just machines or robots acting out commands? What is the life force, or what ancient philosophers called the “animus”? It is light, and this is the fundamental method by which your cells and DNA communicate. After all, a cell contains the same components when it is alive and when it is dead. The same molecules and structures are there, but what gives the cell life? What allows an average human being to become the accumulation of 10 trillion cells communicating in a precise way every second to every molecule in our bodies? What’s more, every few seconds more than 10 million cells die, and in order to prevent entropic decay, more cells must be created to sustain our life force. Make no mistake. This is a massive undertaking. A mere machine could never pull it off. This is also why so many drugs fail to heal the body, because they do not work at the level of light – the speed of light, more specifically. Chemical messaging to orchestrate this incredible show would be far too slow. Russian scientist, Alexander Gurwitsch, a contemporary of Vladimir Vernadsky and Fritz Alfred Popp have all pointed to the need for cells to be able to communicate at the speed of light for our bodies to even function. “We are still on the threshold of fully understanding the complex relationship between light and life, but we can now say emphatically, that the function of our entire metabolism is dependent on light.” ~Dr. Fritz Albert Popp It was Alexander Gurwitsch who, while working on onion roots in his lab 1923, discovered that the roots could stimulate a neighboring plant’s roots if the two adjacent plants were in quartz glass pots. The same effect did not happen if the plants were contained in silicon. It turned out that the quartz filtered certain UV wavelengths that the silicon did not, thus allowing communication between biological entities. Popp later experimented with UV light to further understand what Gurwitsch had discovered. Performing 37 different tests on chemicals – some that caused cancer and some that did not. In every instance, the compounds that he found to be carcinogenic took the UV light, absorbed it and changed or scrambled the frequency. This is what happens to our DNA when we eat poor quality food, are repeatedly subjected to negative emotions, listen to DNA-harming music, television, etc. or even endure an onslaught of chemical toxicity in our air, water, and soil due to corporate polluting. These elements scramble or confuse the light signals being communicated by our cells. What Popp also found was that these cancer-causing compounds all had one thing in common. Each of the carcinogens reacted only to light at a specific frequency — 380 nm (nanometres) in the ultra-violet range. Popp was curious as to why light could act as a scrambler of information, until he discovered that it could also repair cells. Specifically, Popp discovered that Ultraweak Photon Emission (UPE) or Biophoton Emission (BPE) refers to the phenomenon of constant and spontaneous emission of light from all biological systems including humans due to metabolic activities, without excitation or enhancement. This occurs in the visible and UV part of the electromagnetic spectrum at very low intensities, on the order of 10-16 – 10-18 W/cm2. The coherent emission of bio-photons is connected to energy and information transfer processes in any biological organism, and has been linked to the function of DNA and gene regulation. Reprogramming your DNA is about allowing coherent electromagnetic communication to happen within your own biology and the living, breathing Intelligence of the Universe. By choking your cells with pharmaceutical drugs, depression medication, or even highly processed, genetically modified food, you are inhibiting speed-of-light communication between the perfect fractal universe and your body. The repair of DNA and therefore, your cells, is all about allowing coherent light to regulate biorhythms, homeostasis, and every single metabolic process in your body. Those 10 trillion cells know what they are doing. Your DNA already understands perfectly how to communicate correctly, all that is needed is to take that which impedes this communication out of the picture. Get the picture? Read more articles by Christina Sarich. About the Author Christina Sarich is a staff writer for Waking Times. She is a writer, musician, yogi, and humanitarian with an expansive repertoire. Her thousands of articles can be found all over the Internet, and her insights also appear in magazines as diverse as Weston A. Price, Nexus, Atlantis Rising, and the Cuyamungue Institute, among others. She was recently a featured author in the Journal, “Wise Traditions in Food, Farming, and Healing Arts,” and her commentary on healing, ascension, and human potential inform a large body of the alternative news lexicon. She has been invited to appear on numerous radio shows, including Health Conspiracy Radio, Dr. Gregory Smith’s Show, and dozens more. The second edition of her book, Pharma Sutra, will be released soon. This article (How Your Cells Use Light to Communicate) was originally published by Healers of the Light, and is re-posted here with the author’s permission.

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Farmer Converts 40,000 Acres into Largest Organic Farm in Canada Mar 27, 2018 08:36 pm Phillip Schneider - He realized growing organically was far more economical than growing conventionally.

FARMER CONVERTS 40,000 ACRES INTO LARGEST ORGANIC FARM IN CANADA March 27, 2018 1056002 Like Phillip Schneider, Staff Writer Waking Times In what could possibly be the world’s largest agricultural feat, Canadian farmer Travis Heide is in the process of converting his 40,000-acre farm entirely to organic. Heide’s farm is large enough to produce 2,200,000 bushels of wheat per year. Although he has been mostly quiet about his transition to organic, his company Organics Canada Ltd. is set to boom as he will begin producing oats, lentils, peas, wheat and hemp all organically. Currently, the farm is half-organic and half-conventionally grown, but by 2020 Travis plans to convert his entire farm to organic. “We’ll be 75 percent organic in 2019, and if we don’t add anything else, in 2020 we’ll be 100 percent organic.” ~Travis Heide The size and ambition of his operation is even more impressive considering Heide just started farming full-time in 2014. “I have never heard of anything like that…The biggest one I’ve heard of before is maybe 20,000 [acres].” ~Laura Telford, Organic Development Specialist, Manitoba Agriculture In his early years, Travis grew up working on his parents’ farm near Moosomin, Saskatchewan, with his four younger brothers. He later earned a business degree from the University of Saskatchewan and soon thereafter took a job with a commodity trading firm and eventually started his own grain trading company. When Heide’s father decided to retire from farming, he offered his sons to take over his farm. However, they each declined and he ended up selling the family farm, only for Heide to later move to South Sudan, Africa, to start his own. When Travis moved back to Canada he met Robert Andjelic, a Businessman in Calgary, who asked him to manage about 7,000 acres of farmland near Waldron and Whitewood, which he seeded with the help of his brother Garret. “He puts his nose to the grindstone… He doesn’t give up until the job is done. That’s what impressed me.” ~Robert Andjelic After buying another parcel of land around Stockholm, Heide was asked to manage it, but decided instead to farm organically because the land wasn’t previously tainted by the use of pesticides or chemical fertilizer. When Travis is finished converting his farm to organic, it will likely become the largest organic farm in Canada and North America, nearly out doing the entire province of Manitoba, which has about 50,000 acres of farmland dedicated to organic agriculture. Heide soon realized that growing organically was far more economical than growing conventionally. “Conventional doesn’t make sense unless you have the best land in the area… In organic, our costs were far lower, and because the value was up there, it just made sense.” ~Travis Heide His three daughters and wife Amy Heide keep him inspired to work hard and make a difference by providing people with healthy, organic food. “I remember saying, ‘you can’t do it just because of money. You have to believe in it in order for it to work.” ~Amy Heide Whether that argument convinced Travis is beside the point because although he says it modestly, what he wants to communicate with this project is that the status quo that you can’t mass produce organic crops has been broken. “There’s a whole bunch of status quos these days: you can’t start a farm from scratch nowadays, you can’t do a large organic farm because there’s too much tillage…[But] if we can create opportunity for other people, create employment … that’s what we’re excited about.” ~Travis Heide As Heide continues with his venture to create the largest farm of sustainable, organic crops, he is slowly creating a future where the best practices of mass organic food production can be discovered and people can have greater access to food that is better for their health and the environment. Read more articles from Phillip Schneider. About the Author Phillip Schneider is a student and a staff writer for Waking Times. This article (Farmer Converts 40,000 Acres into Largest Organic Farm in Canada) was originally created and published by Waking Times and is published here under a Creative Commons license with attribution to Phillip Schneider and WakingTimes.com. It may be re-posted freely with proper attribution, author bio, and this copyright statement.

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Is organic food better for you than other food? 12 July 2017 / by Girls Just Wanna Have Bling The best way to improve your health is to eat more healthily and to get more exercise – this is often repeated, but do we even know what eating healthily is anymore? With the vast array of weight loss diets around, and the numerous supplements available, does anyone even care if anything makes organic food better for you? Organic foods are becoming more prevalent and showing up in all sorts of stores from farmer’s markets to big box retail stores. While organic foods are often purchased at a higher cost due to the health claims that are tied to these food items, many question whether organic foods are healthier than other food options. There is still much debate on this and many different factors that impact the decision of whether or not you should purchase organic food or stick with other forms of food. Many of these factors are hotly contested as well as the reasonableness of defining what organic food is. What Is Organic Food? Organic food is food that is grown without the use of pesticides, irradiation, and other artificial substances. Having said that, the designation of what is organic will vary significantly from country to country and, generally speaking, food that is grown by an individual is not considered to be organic, even if no pesticides are used to grow it, due to the lack of regulation surrounding it. While organic food may need to be defined when it is resold, a looser interpretation of what is organic involves food grown without using pesticides, artificial hormones, and sometimes not using genetically modified ingredients as part of the growing process. Differing Views on Nutrition The world is very split on reaching their nutritional needs. While portions of the third world experience problems receiving a minimal number of calories per day, portions of the first world nations often suffer from the health side effects of too many calories which can result in being overweight, having heart diseases, and other weight-related illnesses like gout. People in each of these extremes have differing views on the food that they consume. One group is often concerned with increasing their calories while the other is looking to reduce their calories and is less concerned with having nutritional shortfalls. Studies, to date, have not shown that there is a difference between the nutritional content of organic and non-organic food. In other words, foods will contain the same calories, nutrients, and vitamin whether they are organic or not. As such, the lack of additional nutritional benefits that first world nations receive from organic food is not the primary concern for eating it, while in third world nations the increased cost, lower yield, and lack of additional calories would be a concern. Understanding the perspective of each group will help to better analyze if organic food is healthy for individuals and there are likely different responses to this question depending on who you are. While many will indicate that organic food may not have added health benefits or ill health effects, if organic food reduces the quantity of food that you consume due to lower yield and higher cost, this can have positive or negative health effects depending on whether you are over or underweight. Long-Term Impact of Pesticides and Hormones The major health benefit that many people cite as relating to organic food is not due to the improved nutrition of food, but rather in the absence of substances like pesticides and added hormones that can harm your health. The challenge for scientists attempting to understand how damaging these substances are, and therefore how beneficial organic alternatives are, is the lack of consensus on the long-term impact of these substances. Some pesticides have been banned both for the negative impact it has on the environment as well as for the chance that they will prove to be cancerous to those who eat foods treated with these pesticides. While the other alternative pesticides are deemed to not have the same ill effects on your health as the banned ones, science often identifies new risks and problems as it learns more about the impact of these substances and chemicals on the human body. While organic food has a longer track record for judgment, non-organic food as treated with varying pesticides and hormones have a shorter track record and may prove to be harmful to our health. Giving hormones to animals who are then consumed (directly or indirectly (cheese or milk) may also impact your health, particularly impacting children during their growth stages. The impact that this has and how positive or negative is unknown but may be linked to rising rates or allergies, hormonal imbalances, and cancer. Many believe that hormonal problems lead to imbalances in their energy levels as well resulting in hyperactivity or sedateness. Many people understand this and decide to only eat organic foods as a result. But is organic food better? While organic foods may not ultimately be healthier, they come with lower health risks and can dispel the concern that many have for the ingredients that can potentially impact our long-term health. Varying Impact by Food Group Of course, the impact that the pesticides and hormones have on food will greatly vary based on the food item itself. It is often considered to be safer to eat non-organic foods with thicker skins that you don’t eat, like a pumpkin or gourd, than fruits or vegetables with thinner skins that may more easily absorb the chemicals and pesticides like berries or peaches. While organic food is not thought to be unhealthy, unless it is leading to lower calorie consumption for those who are lacking in calories, the health benefits of eating only organic are somewhat unproven, partly as non-organic foods have a shorter history. Organic eating is the safer way to eat healthily and many believe it can greatly enhance your long-term health and energy levels.

Is organic food better for you than other food? 12 July 2017 / by Girls Just Wanna Have Bling The best way to improve your health is to eat more healthily and to get more exercise – this is often repeated, but do we even know what eating healthily is anymore? With the vast array of weight loss diets around, and the numerous supplements available, does anyone even care if anything makes organic food better for you? Organic foods are becoming more prevalent and showing up in all sorts of stores from farmer’s markets to big box retail stores. While organic foods are often purchased at a higher cost due to the health claims that are tied to these food items, many question whether organic foods are healthier than other food options. There is still much debate on this and many different factors that impact the decision of whether or not you should purchase organic food or stick with other forms of food. Many of these factors are hotly contested as well as the reasonableness of defining what organic food is. What Is Organic Food? Organic food is food that is grown without the use of pesticides, irradiation, and other artificial substances. Having said that, the designation of what is organic will vary significantly from country to country and, generally speaking, food that is grown by an individual is not considered to be organic, even if no pesticides are used to grow it, due to the lack of regulation surrounding it. While organic food may need to be defined when it is resold, a looser interpretation of what is organic involves food grown without using pesticides, artificial hormones, and sometimes not using genetically modified ingredients as part of the growing process. Differing Views on Nutrition The world is very split on reaching their nutritional needs. While portions of the third world experience problems receiving a minimal number of calories per day, portions of the first world nations often suffer from the health side effects of too many calories which can result in being overweight, having heart diseases, and other weight-related illnesses like gout. People in each of these extremes have differing views on the food that they consume. One group is often concerned with increasing their calories while the other is looking to reduce their calories and is less concerned with having nutritional shortfalls. Studies, to date, have not shown that there is a difference between the nutritional content of organic and non-organic food. In other words, foods will contain the same calories, nutrients, and vitamin whether they are organic or not. As such, the lack of additional nutritional benefits that first world nations receive from organic food is not the primary concern for eating it, while in third world nations the increased cost, lower yield, and lack of additional calories would be a concern. Understanding the perspective of each group will help to better analyze if organic food is healthy for individuals and there are likely different responses to this question depending on who you are. While many will indicate that organic food may not have added health benefits or ill health effects, if organic food reduces the quantity of food that you consume due to lower yield and higher cost, this can have positive or negative health effects depending on whether you are over or underweight. Long-Term Impact of Pesticides and Hormones The major health benefit that many people cite as relating to organic food is not due to the improved nutrition of food, but rather in the absence of substances like pesticides and added hormones that can harm your health. The challenge for scientists attempting to understand how damaging these substances are, and therefore how beneficial organic alternatives are, is the lack of consensus on the long-term impact of these substances. Some pesticides have been banned both for the negative impact it has on the environment as well as for the chance that they will prove to be cancerous to those who eat foods treated with these pesticides. While the other alternative pesticides are deemed to not have the same ill effects on your health as the banned ones, science often identifies new risks and problems as it learns more about the impact of these substances and chemicals on the human body. While organic food has a longer track record for judgment, non-organic food as treated with varying pesticides and hormones have a shorter track record and may prove to be harmful to our health. Giving hormones to animals who are then consumed (directly or indirectly (cheese or milk) may also impact your health, particularly impacting children during their growth stages. The impact that this has and how positive or negative is unknown but may be linked to rising rates or allergies, hormonal imbalances, and cancer. Many believe that hormonal problems lead to imbalances in their energy levels as well resulting in hyperactivity or sedateness. Many people understand this and decide to only eat organic foods as a result. But is organic food better? While organic foods may not ultimately be healthier, they come with lower health risks and can dispel the concern that many have for the ingredients that can potentially impact our long-term health. Varying Impact by Food Group Of course, the impact that the pesticides and hormones have on food will greatly vary based on the food item itself. It is often considered to be safer to eat non-organic foods with thicker skins that you don’t eat, like a pumpkin or gourd, than fruits or vegetables with thinner skins that may more easily absorb the chemicals and pesticides like berries or peaches. While organic food is not thought to be unhealthy, unless it is leading to lower calorie consumption for those who are lacking in calories, the health benefits of eating only organic are somewhat unproven, partly as non-organic foods have a shorter history. Organic eating is the safer way to eat healthily and many believe it can greatly enhance your long-term health and energy levels. READ MORE

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Aleo Vera Medicinal Quality Both the juice of leaves and flowers are used as medicine, but medicines are prepared from leaves. Intake of juice of leave, improves hunger, and helps in digestion. Juice when mixed with sugar cures cough and cold. Besides these, it also cures nervous weakness, asthma, Jaundice, etc. The leaf flesh (about 7-Sg) mixed with honey, taken in morning and evening cures constipation. Besides, it is good medicine for many other diseases.

Aloevera Cultivation Aloevera (Aloe barbadensis) is a popular medicinal plant. It belongs to liliaceae family. It is a perennial plant, growing to the hight of 1½ - 2½ ft. Its leaves are long and thick, juicy with a wheel like phylotaxy. The two sides of the leaves have thorny structure with a thorny tip. The inner substance of the leaves is jelly like, with bad odour and bitter in taste. The length of the leaves ranges from 25-30 cm., while the breadth ranges from 3-5 cm. Normally it flowers during October to January and the long inflorescence has a large number of small pink flowers all around. Fruits are developed during February to April. It is normally not propagated through seeds. Vegetative propagation is easy and convenient. Of late, because of sky rocketing price of allopathic medicines with its known side effects, medicinal plants and ayurvedic medicines are becoming popular. World trade worth about 80 million US$ dollars exists now and this is likely to increase by 35-40 percent within 5 years. USA dominates the market (65%) while India and China have a share of 10 percent each which could be enhanced by its commercial cultivation. Soil and Climate Aloe vera is found to grow in hot humid and high rainfall conditions. It is grown in all kind of soils but well drained soil with high organic matter, is most suitable. It grows well in bright sun light. Shady conditions results in disease infestation It is highly sensitive to water stagnation. Therefore, well drained high land should be selected for its cultivation. A rainfall ranging from 1000 – 1200 mm is ideal for aloevera cultivation. Seedling Preparation and Planting Since it is difficult to grow aloevera from seeds, seedlings are normally raised from roots of the plants. Sucker itself can be used as seedlings as in Banana. Rainy season is ideal for sucker plantation. A spacing of 1.5 x 1 ft, 1 ft x 2 ft or 2 ft x 2 ft is followed. Land Preparation About 2-3 ploughings and laddering are done to make the soil weed free and friable. Land leveling is then followed. Along the slope, 15-20 ft apart drainage are made. Application of Plant Nutrients Before land preparation, about 8-10 tonnes FYM/ ha is applied. Before the last ploughing, 35 kg N, 70 kg P 20 5, and 70 kg K2 0/ha are added. For controlling termites, 350-400 kg Neem Cake / ha may be applied . In September - October about 35-40 kg N as top dressing may be applied. If the soil is rich in organic matter, N dose can be reduced. Irrigation and Interculture After 40 days or so weeding and earthing up are done. Earthing up is also practiced after top dressing of fertiliser. Aloe vera is slightly tolerant to drought, but very sensitive to water stagnation. Therefore, proper drainage is more important than irrigation. As per need light irrigation during drought is enough. Plant Protection Aloe vera is infested by various insets and pests. Special care is needed for their control in medicinal plants like aloevera where the juice of the leaves are directly taken as medicine. Clean cultivation, interculture operation, regular and need based irrigation, application of adeguate organic manure, treatment of suker before planting, and cultivation of aloevera in sunny conditions are conducive for healthy growth of the aloe vera crop. Use of organic source of plant protection materials like raw garlic juice, neem oil (10,000 ppm) 2-3 ml / lit, tobacco extractant 20 ml / lit gave reasonably good result. Yield Harvesting of leaves starts after 7-8 months of planting. Sharp knife is used for harvesting. Care has to be taken to reduce the loss of juice from the cut portion. If harvesting is done once in a year, October - November are the best period for harvesting. Second year gives maximum yield and for about 4-5 years good yield could be harvested . After harvesting leaves are dried in shade and then in sun before storages. Flowers are collected in December - January and preserved after proper drying. Yearly 100 - 115 quintals raw leaves and 350 - 400 kg flowers / ha are obtained (3). Medicinal Quality Both the juice of leaves and flowers are used as medicine, but medicines are prepared from leaves. Intake of juice of leave, improves hunger, and helps in digestion. Juice when mixed with sugar cures cough and cold. Besides these, it also cures nervous weakness, asthma, Jaundice, etc. The leaf flesh (about 7-Sg) mixed with honey, taken in morning and evening cures constipation. Besides, it is good medicine for many other diseases. It contains various organic compounds which ci1res diseases. Of these, the main use is aloine. Besides, these it contains 12 types of vitamin, 20 kinds of amino acids, 20 kinds of minerals, 200 different types of polysaccharides, and various kinds of glycol- protein which are used for human health. Alaine A, and Alaine B, are principles of the ayurvedic medicine (3). Economics Expenditure to be incurred for Aloe vera cultivation normally amounts to about Rs.1,10,000 / ha. The expected income with a yield of about 110 - 115 quintal would be about Rs. 340,000/ha. The net profit would be about Rs.230,000 /ha/year. In addition to monetary benefit, social benefit would be anormous. Better management can results in much higher income and net profit.