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The Mountain / Happy MahaShivratri!
« on: February 18, 2015, 05:38:19 AM »
Happy MahaShivratri to all! OM AUM namah Shivaya

Shiva bestows grace on this day, and yogis find grace in sadhana.

I stayed home and meditated, and picked and washed more chacruna leaves. Watched some "Legend of Korra" toons, did some reading. Had a sore molar and broken toe, and my car needs a water pump, so I stayed home rather than go out to Polestar Farm for the celebration. But Shiva's procession passed thru my space. O Supreme!

I have hundreds of open pollinated plants already, and many thousands of flower stems on my mature plants appearing and growing continually. If I don't harvest them, they just pull energy from my commercial leaf crop. Even then, I can't harvest them all, some are too high and far to reach even from a ladder for example, and so many thousands of seeds constantly fall to the ground to start new cycles.

The Mountain / Re: are you concerned about your future incarnations?
« on: February 11, 2015, 03:25:37 PM »
Whether I return or not, I'd like this plane's reality to be sane, for the sake of all sentient beings.

I'd rather not return, thanks...

yes, but I have only used them fresh. When dried to crispy in the oven, they still can mold quickly. My teas are all flowers, flower stems and berries now.

flowers and fruits of P. viridis are fine for brewing tea.

The Long House / Re: Dendro?
« on: November 16, 2014, 11:05:41 PM »
JRL, I succumbed to just one shot of smack given by a wayward buddy I hadn't seen in a while, it was like a bro thing, and I was way too stoned and dumb as dirt. Never did it again, but, well... He died of cirrhosis ten years ago, as have some other 60's friends. I didn't drink, so I lasted just long enuff to get the new meds.

Yeah interferon is crap. I took sovaldi with ribavirin, which still made me ill but not so bad as with interferon, now just a few months later they have sovaldi with olypravir (sp), both protease inhibitors, and side effects are very few. More such drugs are soon to arrive.  But depending on your insurance, you have to have a pretty high MELD score to get them, as they are very expensive, so they are currently reserved for the critical. I was crashing hard in May, so I was approved. Doc tells me I will still need a transplant in a few years, but he is old school, and doesn't believe in regeneration. Plus, there are new drugs in the trials pipeline that promise to reverse cirrhosis as well, which could regrow a liver very quickly, and restore full health. Target date for Galectin is early 2016, so we'll know soon if the stage three trials are successful. Stage one and two have proven successful. In the meantime I take a large cocktail of ayurveda and Chinese herbs, cleansers, and vits/mins, anti-oxidants,  green coffee enemas, ozone implants, etc. which have known efficacy in regeneration and reversal of scarring. I do have an enlarged spleen, very low platelets, portal hypertension and some foot edema, but symptoms are steadily improving now that the virus is inactive. Diet plays a key role in liver health as well. The combo of alpha lipoic, milk thistle and selenium helps keet the viral load down while waiting for  the drug cures. A clean bowel, raw veg juices, and alkaline electrolyte rich foods do wonders. Organic sodium, potassium, magnesium, calcium. And of course, raw cannabis juice.

I hear ya Stoney, our "inner resources" are far more powerful than pharma pills and surgeries. When it comes to life and health, we are the best doctors after all. Our faith and intentions work divine wonders! And thanks to the internet, we have access to more knowledge than ever before in modern history. My motto---never give up!

Thanks Judih for the kind good wishes, and I also wish for continued strength and love to flow thru your family, a brighter day is rising for us all! <3

The Long House / Re: Dendro?
« on: November 16, 2014, 04:20:31 AM »
Hello everyone. I haven't been here for quite a while.  Kinda surprised to get an email from DI. Haven't been to nook or any entheo sites for years. The frustration factor outweighed the fun or utility.

I've been busy working, growing and marketing aya and tending my acre. And so far, the lava is 9 miles south, in Pahoa town. Hopefully Pele goes to the sea and satisfies her desires there. Or whatever it is she wishes to do. She is kind to us, and protected us from yet another direct hit from another potentially devastating hurricane this summer. Thank you Tutu Pele!

In '11, I ended up in surgery bleeding internally, mostly dead. Somehow, the surgeon stopped the bleeding, and I was sent home to die with hep c and cirrhosis. I wasn't quite ready for that, too many family responsibilities and unresolved karmas, so I learned herbs, cleansing  etc., and mostly raw veganism, and altho very ill, somehow  the body survived until new hep c meds cured the infection this summer. Now I'm actually recovering and feeling well, able to digest foods and do more work. Labs are improving, and I'm currently working on growing new liver cells. Please wish me well, thanks!

Still doing kriya yog sadhana, atmapranakarma. I no longer smoke, but I drink high cbd cannabis juice, and some aya. Me and the missus hang out together, loving each other and our kids, gkids and friends. Life is good.

So that's what I've been up to. Getting better everyday, O Supreme! Creating reality like Cooper in "Interstellar". Love is the equation, with love all things are possible, love love love

"I am Spirit, I am Truth, I am Love Divine! This body/mind a dream of mine..."

OM AUM namah Shivaya

The Groove / Re: who are these guys? :)
« on: October 30, 2012, 03:14:24 AM »
OMFG! That kid's poor little mama, how'd she get out that guitar the kid was born with?

Man the kid gave me a seizure, seriously I just went out of it for a while. Man thanks for that LW, that kid is all heart, did you catch how he was carrying the dark-haired guy? The guy lost it, and the kid just brought him back and then kicked him into a higher gear. Too much, I tells ya...

In this Clapton vid of "Little Wing" I linked in the other post, you can see Eric just shake his head and smile at the kid's genius.

Thanks for the background info on Haynes et al. Soulshine, that's good stuff. Wanna hear more from these guys.

That Trucks band, that's too much. Gawd, where have I been all my life? News to me, thanks a heap brah, gonna get me some Trucks Band.

Trucks with Haynes at Obama's house, dig it. Gotta stop now, too much music.

The Groove / Eric and the boys, feelin free...
« on: October 27, 2012, 10:13:52 PM »

The Cave / Re: Invention: Morphine-cannabis super-painkiller
« on: October 10, 2012, 03:32:14 PM »
OK, so Normast is not available by prescription in the US, and thus is not covered by medical insurance.  At over $150 for the first month's supply, this is an expensive OTC item for Americans, and some of us are cash poor.

So I'll mention this to my doctor, but sadly I doubt she will be able to help us with Normast.

The Cave / Re: Invention: Morphine-cannabis super-painkiller
« on: October 07, 2012, 03:41:59 AM »
Thanks, booosh, I'm going to have my son, who has fibromyalgia, seek after a prescription of this drug. Lyrica didn't help him very much. He's using a fair amount of weed now, likely just to hit his PEA receptors and get some pain relief. Normast likely will target these receptors without the THC high.

How come none of our doctors have told us about this compound? I want to try it for migraine and headache, as well as liver inflammation. Hey Doc!

Entheogen Law / Re: Finally had my day in court......
« on: October 07, 2012, 03:00:02 AM »
Just saw this thread, and I'm very pleased you are free and at large.  ;D

What a great result in a tough situation, blessings upon you my friend.

The Cave / Re: Jfurry can't be trusted....
« on: July 04, 2012, 04:54:49 AM »
Sounds like those hills are chockers with gardens! I had no idea the grow scene was so intensive in that area.

I've had to shoot a boar before, bugger just got too comfortable and too fat on my property, did a lot of damage (during a drought, another killed one of my big breadfruit trees by stripping the bark). I've had a clutch of piglets rooting under my citrus lately, but luckily they leave the chacruna and chali alone, or I would prolly be gunning for them too.

I no like da peegs...  :D

The Mountain / Re: "The Game" and the Psychedelic Experience.....
« on: June 27, 2012, 12:32:48 AM »
Sounds so sick!

Welcome to the forum, lulu. Can you expand a little bit more on your comment?

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