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In the medical community it is now known human cells cannot absorb all the nutrients needed to stay healthy without enough glycans

All cells are surrounded by them.

Mushrooms are one type of glycan, raw milk is now being used to create nglycans ( example MS is now being shown to be dificency of one type of nglycan)

Right now labs test for 10 glycans.

Glyphosate used one glycan knowing cells absorb them. Doctors used to think glycans were only good for energy but now know they communicate to absorb basic nutrients and more.

Wake Forest uses them to grow body parts ( YouTube CBS)

So my question is since this applies to cells in man and beast, could this also apply to plant cells and has anyone studied.
 
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"So my question is since this applies to cells in man and beast, could this also apply to plant cells and has anyone studied?"

In a nutshell, yes.  In fact the carbohydrate biology of plant cell walls has been fairly rigorously studied as bacteria, fungi, and plants are all considered to have complex carbohydrate or glycoprotein "cell wall", a structure not found in animals if I recall correctly.  Animals have a cell membrane that is surrounded by a glycoprotein matrix, but this is not the same, structurally, as the cell wall.  As noted below in a 2017 review, this level of interaction/communication within an organism in which extracellular complex carbohydrates are involved, has been studied in depth in only a few areas and a great deal awaits to be learned.  At the very least they are crucial in many cases for receptor specificity (think of hormones needing to find a specific target receptor for proper activation) but many other cases, I think in the immune system, are also known.  Since the focus in plants has been on their cell wall as a structural matrix, much of the knowledge about the finer points of glycan function outside of that role are still being investigated.
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two thoughts:

1.  Does this mean glyphosate is worse than we thought?

2.  Maybe this is one of the reasons I get so much health benefit from raw milk!
 
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Do you have more abstracts in the way of study for plants?  This abstract just indicates they realize they are important so to speak and play a role.

I recently have been asked to test a product called fulvic acid and have absolutely been blown away after many years in the study of health. Certainly there are different forms of fulvic but this one is just a liquified tree. I did send it into a lab who did the first test and it did show 5 of the ten glycans which surrounds every cell in the human body but then remembered testing done of using raw milk to raise brix level in soil and sure enough the raw milk picked up 3 more of the n-glycans. Now it explains why drinking drops of this pasture grass test product with raw milk had such responses to humans but then wondered how it worked on plants themselves.

When I say blown away, I saw the research that some tested ( not this one as yet) has the ability to break down tau protein build up in Alzheimer's patients. The one I was asked to test did break down internal scar tissue (I was not ask to use for that purpose).

this is just my thought but in humans when the glycans are replaced, the cells are able to absorb the vitamins, minerals etc. in other words just giving someone glycans without adding the vitamins etc would not have the same effect.

I do feel the maker of the product has no idea what he has and I hope I can find another lab to test for the micronutrients in it.

I am thinking each tree has its own attributes but with lab pricing being what it is may take time to find out all.
 
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Lori. Yes glyphosate I believe says what it does with its name. Gly- sugar pho-phosphorus sat-saturation. I know of no other that uses a sugar to have the plant cells absorb the posion. It also is a registered potent antibiotic because of splicing the seeds with bacteria. The antibiotic sprayed on their seeds causes the seed to grow. (I have put this in very simple terms here).

They too I hope did not realize the product causes destruction of cell surface sugars and again this is a simple way but for instance autistic children are all massively difficient of them. They are now bringing children out by first starting with forms of glycans. I know sugar is one (organic) but there are 9 more and if missing well the body cannot detox the bad or absorb the good.

Now it would be great to already have a way to test plants for all the glycans but really I think it has to do with the moisture and taste for now.

As for raw milk I can't say enough good as not even mushrooms have all the glycans as far as I can find studies. Also look for farmers selling raw milk to use on land to regenerate as right now they are using for the n-glycans.

I can say with certainty that cancer Alzheimer's and autism will be things of the past as this permaculture is developed in science. We are all little batteries and fulvic can light a light bulb. I saw it online in test from another company not the one I am testing.
 
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I hope these photos will load. One is at his birthday the other thanksgiving. A friend whose son had severe autism living in home for many years. Never was able to focus to look her in the face. She changed two things. Organic sulfur and glycans.
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Missed the birthday photo
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