ROSEMARY FLOWER CANDIES (Rosemarinus Officinalis)

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One word of warning though - excessive use of Rosemary taken internally can cause fatal poisoning, but that is no reason not samplerepparttar delicious and invigorating herbal tea or eat a few ofrepparttar 147763 flowers. Likerepparttar 147764 raw flowers, Rosemary sugar candies are a tiny taste explosion and quite delicious. Preserving them in sugar helps to extendrepparttar 147765 amount of time you can experience this uplifting Epicurean event. First of all find a plant with flowers. It often flowers twice a year so this should not be too difficult. You can either pickrepparttar 147766 whole flower fromrepparttar 147767 plant, or set up some arrangement that catches them as they fall naturally. In a warm place, such as a sunlit windowsill above a radiator, droprepparttar 147768 flowers onto dried (even warmed) white sugar. Make surerepparttar 147769 receptacle is open enough that moisture can evaporate fromrepparttar 147770 flowers intorepparttar 147771 sugar and then intorepparttar 147772 atmosphere. Also make sure that no moisture gets to this mixture at any point asrepparttar 147773 sugar will 'clump' andrepparttar 147774 flowers will start to rot, spoilingrepparttar 147775 taste. Shakerepparttar 147776 mixture now and then to aidrepparttar 147777 process. When thoroughly dry, sealrepparttar 147778 sugar/flower mixture into a moisture-proof receptacle and every now and then - treat yourself !

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Subtle body imaging systems

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The Mora device has holders for multiple remedies for simultaneous testing to find resonance between them andrepparttar patient. Instead of a wire hook-up it uses radio waves to broadcastrepparttar 147762 vibrations torepparttar 147763 machine. It is used to identify allergens and it is possible to inject special frequencies of subtle energy into meridians with this device.

The Interro system contains a memory bank of magnetically coded vibrational signatures for hundreds of homeopathic remedies. The computer searchesrepparttar 147764 data bank for acupoint resonance reactions, meaning thatrepparttar 147765 actual remedies don't even need to be present for resonance tuning.

Light treatments for cancer are also in evidence. Photodynamic therapy uses drugs or herbs to enhancerepparttar 147766 body's light sensitivity and then tunes in specific wavelengths of light. Reports suggest that this treatment destroys only malignant cells. Colour light therapy is a new field, directing specific colour frequencies that resonate withrepparttar 147767 patient into specific parts ofrepparttar 147768 body.

These machines and others demonstraterepparttar 147769 principles of frequency matching between patient and remedy. Radionics measuresrepparttar 147770 patients primary energetic frequency. Although this is nonsense to most doctors. Energy or 'vibrational' medicine is heavily legislated against and machines have been made illegal and confiscated. This field has been overlooked for far too long.

Work with electrical fields that surround animals and plants suggestsrepparttar 147771 presence of an energy body. Studies using Kirlian photography show energy fields surrounding physical objects although there is still some debate as to what these actually are. Energy or 'vibrational' medicine is heavily legislated against and machines have been made illegal and confiscated. This field has been overlooked for far too long.

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