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#1 monkey5

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Posted 06 December 2011 - 02:15 AM

Jangel, Can we have a "Good book corner"? Here's why I ask.. This book: "The Color Code" by Dr. James Joseph, Daniel Nadeau, Anne Underwood .. You can get it on Amozon.com or your library .. you can read it for free using Inter-Library Loan program! Please go ahead and get it & read this book. It is a book I am interested in sharing with everyone who is sick. It is about plants and sickness. I think it will help many. I have more..just need a place to "park" them so to speak, so they can be picked up and used by all! Thank you for such a wonderful site! monkey5
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Posted 09 January 2012 - 08:32 PM

Here is another great book and web site link: http://www.coconutresearchcenter.org/ .. And this book here: The Coconut Oil Miracle was self-published as The Healing Miracles of Coconut Oil. ! You can find this book at your library and have it inter-library loaned to you ..you can read it for free, to see if you would like to buy it! Lol.. Enjoy !! monkey5
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Posted 10 January 2012 - 08:00 PM

Jangel, Can we have a "Good book corner"? Here's why I ask.. This book: "The Color Code" by Dr. James Joseph, Daniel Nadeau, Anne Underwood .. You can get it on Amozon.com or your library .. you can read it for free using Inter-Library Loan program! Please go ahead and get it & read this book. It is a book I am interested in sharing with everyone who is sick. It is about plants and sickness. I think it will help many. I have more..just need a place to "park" them so to speak, so they can be picked up and used by all! Thank you for such a wonderful site! monkey5


Hi monkey5 hows it goin, Let me ask jangel about your Good Book Corner. Your suggestions for reading is what we need to share,, I'm very interested in each one, Thank you for sharing.. Deb
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Posted 16 January 2012 - 06:58 PM

DEB, Please feel free to "sticky this where you all want it" ..I will keep sharing! Thank you for this great place to be share, learn, and grow! monkey5
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Posted 16 January 2012 - 07:52 PM

Sounds real interesting. I love finding good new reading material. You've got my support! -Scoob
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Posted 16 January 2012 - 09:02 PM

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Posted 16 January 2012 - 09:30 PM

Here is one of my favorite places to buy coconut oil from! Here: http://www.tropicalt...CFQPf4AoduB3Bng .. I hope you will enjoy the selections. I love coconut oil right off the spoon! Take a good look around the Tropical Tradtions site..I am sure you will find many good things to interest you all! Even some more good books! Lol.. And, yes, I drink my milk raw and eat my cheese raw, too! monkey5

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Posted 31 January 2012 - 03:52 PM

As members here read any of these books please feel free to post & share how you liked these books! I think this will encorage other members to read them! When we are sick..there is much to learn! I hope I can help you all! Much love! monkey5
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Posted 02 February 2012 - 11:00 AM

Welll I ordered and read "Teaming with microbes" on the adivce of some here...wonderful book. If you grow in soil and do not have a degree in argicultural or biology, I would say its a must read. I learned a lot, and consider it the best book ive read for growing.

"Compost tea brewers manual" Some really good info in this book if you brew or are considering brewing teas. 90 pages, about 50 of solid info maybe, quick read, worthwhile.

I should mention both are available here on PDF for your organic growing pleasure.

Only other books I read are about history, philosophy and eastern thought and medicine so I will save you the yawns on the rest.


Hi DaBaba, how's it going... Just wanted to mention, I do believe this thread is for anyone to be able to share any type of read/book and discuss them as you like.. I would like to hear about some of your history and philosophy reads.. Thanks for sharing....Peace
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Posted 02 February 2012 - 11:03 AM

Marijuana Garden Saver: The Complete guide to Sick Plants, pH, and Pest troubles!
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Posted 02 February 2012 - 12:11 PM

I'll throw a few up here. First, if your old enough you'll remember the "Golden Guides" that you could buy back in the 60's and 70's at department stores and supermarkets. This is one of the more interesting titles: Hallucinogenic Plants-A Golden Guide

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Posted 05 February 2012 - 02:12 AM

This is my first night in the chat room..I am liking it! Here is a link: http://www.hacres.com/ ..Here is a good book from this site: "Gods Way To Ultimate Health" by Rev. George H. Malkamus There are many great books on this site! So much good info.! I hope this helps many get well! monkey5

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Posted 05 February 2012 - 02:27 AM

Here is another link: http://www.codylundi...odys_house.html His books are great! Take a look at his house he built! Good stuff! monkey5
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Posted 05 February 2012 - 07:20 AM

Great books you all have been sharing here! Thank you all for posting them up! I will be reading them, and buying them for my library! Enjoy your day..I am off to walk! KnuckleDragger, Look at the link I posted up right below your "Food Pyramid".. That food Pyramid is great by the way!!! Lol.. monkey5

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Posted 06 February 2012 - 08:18 PM

Now here is a bad read..I will have more of these..as well as good books & links..this is bad: http://www.douglassr...c/Aspartame.pdf .. Here is another link: http://aspartame.mercola.com/ .. I use steiva & zylitol as sweetners if I need one that is not sugar! Here is another link: http://www.sweetpois...de-effects.html .. If I knew this Government was really on my side..it would not be so bad! But think about some of the food additives they use in our food! Nitrates & Nitrites ..both known cancer causing ingredients. In the health section of my grocery I can find hotdogs,ham, bologna, pepperoini .. all with out nitrates in them .. made that way..without!! So, why add them? Truth be told the USA Government makes mad, huge, amounts of TAXES from doctors, brain Drs., nurses, hospital adminestrators, asneststitists and so on and so forth! Then add in the TAX monies from the drug companys! Food colors, flavor enhancers, many of the additives are made from coal tar derivitives..even vitamins that are not found naturally in food but the ones made in a lab. are made from for the most part the same thing they make plastic out of..does not sound good to me!
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Posted 17 February 2012 - 12:02 AM

Here is a new list! This is what I am talking about targeting with..using with cannabis oil..Here:

Complete List of Foods


High Antioxidant Foods
Item ORAC Value Sumac, bran, raw 312,400 Spices, cloves, ground 290,283 Sorghum, bran, hi-tannin 240,000 Spices, oregano, dried 175,295 Spices, rosemary, dried 165,280 Spices, thyme, dried 157,380 Spices, cinnamon, ground 131,420 Spices, turmeric, ground 127,068 Spices, vanilla beans, dried 122,400 Spices, sage, ground 119,929 Spices, szechuan pepper, dried 118,400 Acai, fruit pulp/skin, powder 102,700 Sorghum, bran, black 100,800 Rosehip 96,150 Sumac, grain, raw 86,800 Spices, parsley, dried 73,670 Sorghum, bran, red 71,000 Spices, nutmeg, ground 69,640 Spices, basil, dried 61,063 Cocoa, dry powder, unsweetened 55,653 Spices, cumin seed 50,372 Baking chocolate, unsweetened, squares 49,944 Spices, curry powder 48,504 Sorghum, grain, hi-tannin 45,400 Spices, pepper, white 40,700 Chocolate, dutched powder 40,200 Spices, ginger, ground 39,041 Spices, pepper, black 34,053 Sage, fresh 32,004 Spices, mustard seed, yellow 29,257 Thyme, fresh 27,426 Marjoram, fresh 27,297 Rice bran, crude 24,287 Spices, chili powder 23,636 Spices, paprika 21,932 Sorghum, grain, black 21,900 Candies, chocolate, dark 20,816 Spices, pepper, red or cayenne 19,671 Raspberries, black 19,220 Candies, semisweet chocolate 18,053 Nuts, pecans 17,940 Chokeberry, raw 16,062 Tarragon, fresh 15,542 Ginger root, raw 14,840 Elderberries, raw 14,697
~~~ This is what "The Color Code Book" is all about! Can be very usefull to add this and other things together with cannabis oil! Thank you all for looking! monkey5
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Posted 17 February 2012 - 12:06 AM

This came with the last page:
Latest ORAC Values Forum Posts
What are ORAC Units?

The ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) unit, ORAC value, or "ORAC score" is a method of measuring the antioxidant capacity of different foods and supplements. It was developed by scientists at the National Institutes of Health. While the exact relationship between the ORAC value of a food and its health benefit has not been established, it is believed that foods higher on the ORAC scale will more effectively neutralize free radicals. According to the free-radical theory of aging, this will slow the oxidative processes and free radical damage that can contribute to age-related degeneration and disease. ~~ monkey5
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Posted 17 February 2012 - 12:12 AM

I will be giving you this group in the link it is too much to post up! Great read! Enjoy! I do hope this will help many people who are sick! Here: http://www.ars.usda....RAC/ORAC_R2.pdf ..Thank you for looking! monkey5

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Posted 17 February 2012 - 12:31 AM

Green Passion friends..best way to take in the information I am posting is in the light of the above mentioned book "The Color Code" as James Joseph PhD, & Daniel Nadeau MD developed ORAC as a way to measure a foods abilitys to do similar miracles to what cannabis oil can do! Some may match and or far excide cannibis oil when used in combination to heal! Enjoy the read! monkey5
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Posted 17 February 2012 - 12:35 AM

Link from above: http://www.ars.usda....htm?docid=15866 ..monkey5
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Posted 26 February 2012 - 06:39 AM

Welll I ordered and read "Teaming with microbes" on the adivce of some here...wonderful book. If you grow in soil and do not have a degree in argicultural or biology, I would say its a must read. I learned a lot, and consider it the best book ive read for growing.

"Compost tea brewers manual" Some really good info in this book if you brew or are considering brewing teas. 90 pages, about 50 of solid info maybe, quick read, worthwhile.

I should mention both are available here on PDF for your organic growing pleasure.

Only other books I read are about history, philosophy and eastern thought and medicine so I will save you the yawns on the rest.

~~~ I am reading "Teaming with Microbes" right now.. So far good read! I am enjoying the reading! Thank you ! monkey5
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Posted 01 June 2012 - 11:50 PM

Any body reading books right now? monkey5
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Posted 02 June 2012 - 05:26 AM

haven't in a about a year or so m8 :)

always mean to ,just never happens

used to read quite a lot

kindles are a big thing now :fly:

yet they are still printing more books than before :)



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Posted 14 February 2013 - 01:41 PM

reading this at the minute ,good book thus far half way in :)


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Posted 15 February 2013 - 11:58 PM

rofl.............I wouldn't dare list the fiction I read lolol Paranormal + Romance + Biting = my escapism

and now everybody is runnning for cover! roflmao
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