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I have been in study due to family with many problems. I started my story at http://www.highpointcompany.com/mystory.html

To date permaculture is the only way I have found to put glycans (the things required to grow body parts Wake Forest YouTube regenerative medicine) back into the food and still learning.

For instance without enough of them the body cannot take in vitamins, minerals etc  I am finding brix levels are key to the plants having ample amounts of them.
 
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Oh how wonderful the information here. I started testing a product for a friend called fulvic on our pasture. This guy invented a way to liquified trees with water base and as yet do not see a whole lot in the way of grasses but then family put 96 calves on the small 70 acres with cake and hay of course.

The first thing noticed was all the cracks in the soil disappeared and we are very heavy clay. The next was the reduction of flies and over all health of animals. Also the grasses sprayed came up faster than those not sprayed. We added microbes I grew in the garage but wish now I had added raw milk when growing them as I found scientists are using it because it has nglycans and the fulvic did not test to have them. Example: all ms patients are deficient of one of the nglycans and autistic children are massively deficient of all glycans.

I did spead 1000 lbs of new seeds but some of the land looks like a feed lot because of all the hay used to winter feed. I have sprayed their hay every few days with the fulvic hoping when they are sold in January I can spread out over land to break down quicker. I will see in spring.
 
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Oh I was responding to the post about your cards not realizing it wasn't a reply. Sorry.
 
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