Miracle Plant Studies
Miracle Plant Studies.
“Bryophyllum pinnatum Leaf Extracts Prevent Formation of Renal Calculi in Lithiatic Rats”. This plant is a great teacher. Easy to grow, it underscores the benefits of growing our own medicine. Many used worldwide. Various other names including
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“In traditional medicine, the leaves of this plant have been used for antimicrobial, antifungal, antiulcer, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antihypertensive potent anti-histamine and anti-allergic activity. The Creoles use the lightly roasted leaves for cancer, inflammations, and a leaf infusion for fevers. The Palikur mix the leaf juice with coconut oil or andiroba oil and then rub it on the forehead for migraines and headaches. To the Siona indigenous peoples heat the leaves and apply them topically to boils and skin ulcers. Along the Rio Pastaza in Ecuador, natives use a leaf infusion for broken bones and internal bruises. In Peru, indigenous tribes mix the leaf with aguardiente (sugar cane rum) and apply the mixture to the temples for headaches; they soak the leaves and stems overnight in cold water and then drink it for heartburn, urethritis, fevers and for all sorts of respiratory conditions. The root infusion is also used in epilepsy. Other tribes in the Amazon squeeze the juice from fresh leaves and mix it with mother's milk for earaches [1-5].
Bryophyllum pinnatum Leaf Extracts Prevent Formation of Renal Calculi in Lithiatic Rats
My 71st Birthday Gift to the World.
My 71st Birthday Gift to the World is to introduce a new plant friend to some with the name Bryophyllum pinnatum, known as the Miracle Plant, among many names.
In the book “Survive This Day” that I wrote from the words of Dr. Bernard Jensen he repeats an Armenian saying that the cure grows right next to the problem.
Edmond Bordeaux Szekely tells a similar story about a master of gardening Zoroaster who lived in his neighborhood. A king sent thousands of miles to India to request the presence of a distant master. When he arrived at the court, he gave counsel, but asked why the king called him present from afar when the great Zoroaster lived so close.
I recently had a similar experience. The day before my 71st birthday, November 19, I was waiting to share words with Victor Villaseñor at the Snowgoose Thanksgiving. A fellow gardener greeted me and began to passionately tell me about a most sacred plant he had with him. We talked about the virtues of the plant for 20 minutes. Then he gave me a gift of the plant. I surmised, from what he said, that this plant would be valuable on my natural cancer cure journey that is now near 17 months since a tumor was diagnosed. Eureka! I found a plant that I believe will help me!
I took the plant home and immediately transplanted it onto. Bigger pot.
The next day I realized that this was the very same plant that had been growing in my own backyard for 20 years. The plant originally came as a gift from a gardener in LA. That gardener was passionate about this easy to grow plant that he felt could feed millions. He called the plant 1000 daughters. Amazingly, the gardener had a pointed noise that reminded me of the plant. We now have specimens that are five feet tall. it easily scatters and can grow everywhere.
I just got off FaceTime with my new gardener friend who befriended this plant more than 30 years ago.
He told me that last week, he had excruciating kidney store pain. He thought he was going to die, the pain was so great. He had no medical “insurance” other than his plants. He started to take a tincture of this plant. Within two days the pain was gone.
Around the same time, he found a scientific abstract that referenced this same plant as a kidney stone remedy, widely used in India.
The plant is now found around the world, but is little known in the USA for its wide range of properties that may improve what he know as Alzheimers, diabetes, psychotic conditions , and many other conditions. It is also reputed to have anti tumor properties.
Oh my God, what if nature has our conditions covered through what I call Natural Original Technology, and potentially right in our own backyard?
So today I went around the property collecting and studying the little plantlets at the edge of the leaves.
These little plantlets speak to the vitality of the plant. They are not seeds. They are little new plants that will propagate where they fall if given some moisture and care.
What? Medicine From my own backyard. A few weeks ago, there were likely thousands of these plantlets ready to be collected, if I only had paid attention to them.
I can see how these plantlets turn into their own plants.
Free medicine? Dare I imagine!
December 11, 2018
From Richie Ramsey:
“Several studies have shown that the plant has antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, detoxing, immune-boosting, anti-cancer and anti-pain properties. In addition, this plant also has significant antihistamine and anaphylactic properties. Also, the Leaf of Life plant has been shown to have anti-diabetic properties as well as working as an intestinal cleanse. The plant has also been shown to rid the body of mucus.
In Jamaica, the Leaf of Life plant is mainly used for respiratory conditions such as shortness of breath, asthma, colds, coughs and bronchitis. The plant is usually taken as a tea or the leaf juiced or eaten raw.“
Who is guiding me and giving me directives, telling me the next move to take at this gathering. I do not know how I came to be here.
We are in a wealthy home, in a neighborhood where Tony Robbins may have lived when I visited his home years ago.
How will I be accepted in this new surrounding?
The first man I engage makes Ferraris or owns them. I hardly can have his time. How to have the time of those here? What skills do I have to demonstrate?
A woman shows me a sacred text, that is from ancient Persia. It is buried in s cabinet, and I have the chutzpah to go digging there. This folio triggers an instant past life memory of being in the court of the king. I tell her. She is happy to be seen! She gives me a kiss of appreciation.
I do not want to manipulate, but merely have the attention deserving of someone of spiritual understanding. I have been around the block.i deserve stage time, because the message and passion needs to be delivered to downsize catastrophe.
Who is guiding me, I ask again.
It is a plant guiding me, and guiding me Well.
I’m reminded of a testimonial Mark Victor Hansen once wrote to me.
I used ceremonial work in nature to empower “Chicken Soup for the Soul” when it first came out. He thanks me for helping to sell millions of books. He appreciated the Plant I gave him, that he had on his desk. He blesses me that my books will sell millions of copies too! Do I believe?
“Remember Goldman, remember what is Gold about you. Do not belittle who you are by feeling unseen and unexpressed. Go and speak for us where you are seen, and welcomed.”
Who is guiding me, I ask again?
It is a plant speaking to me. “To Know a Plant, is to Know wealth.”
December 13, 2018
Links of interest:
The Art of Michael Runyon. See his fb page. Photo below:
About the Plant Michael Runyon reminded me I had already growing in my very own backyard.
A History Of Peace on Earth-#lesliegoldmanlegacywritings. This FB Page contains some of my writing and poems intended to go into my legacy writings being edited by Adrienne Prince. I wrote more than ten now near one-of-a-kind books over 40 years. They wait republishing.
Comment from Matthew Wood, herbalist:
“Dreaming, remembering dreams, and powerful dreams, are themselves symptoms of health and healing. It has been noted by many that a return to health is accompanied by a return to dream. This particular dream is validating your value, and is therefore expanding your aura or mantle of authority, which can only be a sign of improving health. Also, it seems to me that you are gaining a direct contact to the Living Nature through this plant, which is communicating to you as well as healing you. Very beautiful.”
December 13, 2018
From Matthew Wood:
Rudolf Steiner taught the use of this plant. Bryophyllum pinnatum and Related Species Used in Anthroposophic ...
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