...If I am compiling a list of R.G.'s posts.
Here's what I answered...
Nope. it wasn't me...but, what a good idea.
On the other hand, maybe it wouldn't be as useful an idea as it seems, if we have thousands of different types of critters and only know the characteristics of a few.
I have found that I think the body does many jobs we haven't even thought of, consciously. Probably that comes under the heading of 'immunity', and gets into the understanding of herbals.
I do know that R.G. lost his grandmother's notes in the fire, which was a great tragedy. It is hard to realize that a safe can get so hot that it toasts the contents.
The only record that exists, as far as I know, is in his head...or in the actual Humaworm formula. That is still on the Humaworm page, I believe.
I have occasionly thought to print it out, just in case.
R.G. even gives the amounts.
If someone were to make a list of which posts R.G. talks about individual problems, there would need to be quite a bit of speculation on which kind is which, for none of us knows exactly what characteristics he had in mind when he wrote.
I have often encouraged R.G. to write, and I know he intended to...but, from another author I know, it usually takes two years to write a book, and that's when it is all your own ideas. Listing all the herbs one knows, and all each do, might take a lifetime.
I don't know what R.G. does with his time these days but I am sure it is useful and important to him. I am sure it is more gratifying than repeatedly answering the same questions to people who forget, etc.
That's why I say it is now up to us, the readers of their forum.
Neither R.G. nor Dr. Bailey can just come out and say, "I am tired of writing these repetitive answers." ...Or, "I don't have time", which I am sure neither of them anticipated when they began.
I fancy myself a writer and I had no idea what a job of work it is when I started writing on two websites where I have five or six thousand posts each.
The site owners have the audacity to claim my writing, and yours, as their copywrited property.
The only reason that we keep on posting is that we believe the need for discussion is more important than their peculiarities. Besides, I'd like to see them try to enforce ownership. That would be a hoot!
I think that anything we can do to inform the public, to get the truth and our own experiences out there is a service to mankind...to this planet.
Always, I find that what I am thinking about is part of something much bigger than what I had ever dreamed. We all contribute to the greater good, even when we haven't thought of that.
Isn't that amazing?
Thanks for asking, Diana.
(I will never forget the good accomplished by your namesake, and she was just a kindergarten teacher when she started. I try to remember when I'm down and thinking that no one gives a darn.)
Good luck, good friend.
May all your dreams come true.