I like Acres as they have input other than the big medical mafia. Soil cant be fooled..
- This is an interview with Olree, author of "Minerals for the Genetic code" -that may be of interest for some of us;
"ACRES U.S.A. What’s the role of fluorine as a halogen-governing iodine? Wouldn’t that inhibit the uptake of iodine? OLREE. That’s correct. Iodine
and fluorine operate on the same electron valence, except that fluorine is kind of like the mouthy little brother and the baby of the family who wants his way. When he getshis way, it’s usually wrong. The fluorine molecule is attracted to the thyroid, and the body does attempt to utilize the fluorine molecule in the production of thyroxin, but it does it very unsuccessfully and shuts down most of the thyroid’s chemical pathways when fluorine is introduced in excessive levels in Iodine
ACRES U.S.A. How many pathways does fluoride actually inhibit? OLREE. As I understand it, there are more than 72 known chemical pathways that get shut off when the administration of fluoride is high enough to interfere with thyroid metabolism."
"ACRES U.S.A. What other minerals have you encountered in working out your standard genetic chart? OLREE. Some of the lesser-known minerals would include cesium, a much heavier metal than sodium and potassium. When I’ve done sequencing in the ability to make these tumor-suppressing proteins and wake up the body’s immune system, cesium seems to have quite an important role in the production of immune-enhancing protein storage in that genetic code. Using the overlay in comparison to the standard genetic code chart, as I explained earlier, cesium seems to have quite a profound affect on the function of the kidneys, along with sodium. I also believe that if you have enough cesium in your system, it prevents sodium from getting out of control. Many people have to avoid salt because it causes hypertension, but cesium is like the big brother to sodium — it allows it to do its job but helps keep it manageable."