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Treating Lyme Disease
« on: November 02, 2014, 05:13:02 pm »
Japanese Knotweed is the larges Female Species in earth's' plant life biomass!

The Cure Is Never Far Away 

 It is said that in nature, the cure is never far away from the injury. For example if you are bitten by a snake, there will be some plant nearby to counter the poison. This was of course much more relevant when people knew what to look for right there in the forest!

Japanese knotweed, an invasive  ;D plant that grows all over the US, may be one of the most important plants in treating symptoms of Lyme disease. Interestingly, it has become even more invasive in the northeast US, in tandem with the rise of Lyme disease.

 The compounds found in the root have been used for thousands of years in Far East medicine. The most notable one is resveratrol, an anti-oxidant credited with preventing heart disease, also found in red wine.

 Now it's widely sought after in the West. Herbalist / acupuncturist Timothy Scott, author of "Invasive Plant Medicine The Ecological Benefits and Healing Abilities of Invasives" shares his enthusiasm and knowledge of the plant here.

 It is always a good idea to consult a specialist before any new herbal regimen. Knotweed should not be taken in pregnancy except in small doses and should not be used with other blood thinners.

 --Bibi Farber

Agelbert NOTE: This is ONE planet. There is NO SUCH THING as an INVASIVE plant unless it comes from some OTHER planet. The whole "invasive" baloney is a man made term. Homo SAP just loves to make up categories and put up boundaries here and there. The biosphere is not impressed wit the naked ape's  idea of what should go where.   

Isn't it ironic (and illogical too!) that the very same scientists that claim our existence is ALL ABOUT "survival of the fittest", go out of their way to label a vigorous growing plant as "invasive"? The only invasion that has REALLY occurred was the colonization of these Homo SAP brains' glial cells by fecal coliforms!

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