Be Inspired by Plant Food and Homeopathy
II. Cereals and Pseudocereals.
by Marta Wellner
Amazon, Kindle Edition
The second part of the Be Inspired by Plant Food and Homeopathy is called Cereals and Pseudocereals. If you are interested in cereals, pseudo-cereals, and information transfer in homeopathy, it is now published as e-book on the Amazon. See below: Content and Excerpt
It usually takes one generation and for sure about 17 years till the current scientific achievements reach the wider communities. One of the ways is to spread the word are the Science-caffees, I have chosen writing on my own way for people who think similarly.
Cereal foods represent a major part of the diet worldwide. Numerous food allergies and sensitivities are also linked to this plant family. However gluten is not responsible for everything. Read about the cereals, their constituent sugars and polysaccharides, about FODMAP and those pseudocereals which we replace them with in our modern everyday food.
It is useful to know what we eat instead of following various dietary advice. Tradition and science interact here to give you two pictures of plant food families: the grasses, as well as the pseudocereals.
GRASSES: ADDICTED TO ABUNDANCE
Food and plant families
From sunlight to life: carbohydrates
Grouping of selected grasses of the order Poales
Oligo- and poly-saccharides
Our daily bread
The oxytocin link
Toxic elements in grains
THE OLD SPIRIT
Hildegard von Bingen
The nature of hydrogen bonds
Hydrogen bonds in the nature
Hydrogen bonds in carbohydrates
Unique properties of homeopathic remedies
Hypothesis: hydrogen bonds and information transfer
And some final notes
Vegetables: leaves and roots
Medicinal food plants
Nature knows best
Student’s notes from St. Hildegard to vegans
The trituration of the substance is done in lactose. …
The process involves stirring and scraping, giving the whole action a rhythmic character. The final triturate is dynamised in water according to precise protocol in order to obtain a dilution of the homeopathic medicine. The final dilution is stored in ethanol/water solution in order to keep the product safe and the dilution is transferred on a sugar substrate in order to be dispensed further. To sum it up, during the homeopathic medicine preparation, storage and dispensation – sugar, water and ethyl alcohol are used.
What is common for sugar, water and ethanol?
Well, there is something in common, but it takes a minute to explain. All molecules in the process experience very week attractions. Although they are very weak, there are numerous and somehow they make us stronger…