Agarwood…

http://www.agarharvest.com/index.php?route=common/home Agar harvest sells Agar products…I got a bracelet ($8.00) & some tea ($5.00)…

What exactly is Agarwood? Ok, so without copying & pasting info from the net, this is what I understand…

There is a tree…That tree has normal coloured wood, like a light beige colour…Sometimes this tree gets a fungus…A mold of sorts…The tree responds to the attack by the fungus by producing a darker rich resin…The wood of the tree then takes a darker colour from the resin, this medicinal resin…When people refer to Agarwood they are referring to this darker wood that is imbued with this rich medicinal resin…

So you can buy Agarwood tea, Agarwood bracelets, Agarwood incense to burn, & more…

I read that traditionally Chinese medicine uses Agarwood for cirrhosis of the liver…

Here is my Grove BodyPartChart, a map of the body for DIY health…bodypartchartgrove1234

Ok, so now if Agarwood is used to correct cirrhosis of the liver, that gives us some important clues as to what it is…

Cirrhosis is an excess of Hydrogen in the liver…Too much liquid, whether water or alcohol (which is really just very heavy water), the liver becomes drowned…The antidote to a drowning liver is Oxygen…(See our body part chart)…

So if Agarwood is used to correct cirrhosis, then the resin is an Oxygen heavy resin…The common cold is also too much Hydrogen, so Agarwood would work here too…

Now, interesting…If Agarwood is caused by a mold, & the resin is a response to a mold, then logically the resin is the antidote for mold…

Recently, at Bluffer’s park, one of our Trumpeter swans arrived back from the States with aspergillus…Aspergillus is a type of mold that infects swans & other waterbirds…

Theoretically, if the Agarwood resin is an antidote for mold, then Agarwood should work to help our Trumpeter swans to overcome aspergillus…

But also it helps to understand how we can help our Canadian Trumpeter swans better…

If aspegillus mold responds to the heavily oxygenated Agarwood resin, then the aspergillus mold must also be characterized by too much hydrogen…

Now, if one observes our Trumpeters, one sees that they are spending most of their time on water…Why? because every time they try to rest on land, a person comes by, a dog comes by, a car comes by, a child scares them…Our Lake Ontario shores have no designated space where our waterbirds can come on land to rest…So they are stuck in the water, for safety…

If we designated some of our shore land, Trumpeter swan only, or waterbird only, with barriers so dogs & people could not approach on the beach, then our waterbirds could rest on the beach…

There is shoreland at Bluffer’s park…At the moment, people & dogs can walk on it…It would not be hard nor expensive to section off parts of that shore for swans & other birds…Even a small fence would do…

Then our Trumpeters could safely come onto land to rest…To dry off & warm up…Then they would not have the problem of excess hydrogen in their lungs…Excess water…Then they could get more oxygen…Then the aspergillus mold which is a sign of too much water in the liver, would not plague & kill our birds…

The Trumpeter swans here in Ontario are part of a restoration program…The Ministry of Natural Sources & a whole lot of people love them & really want to take care of them well…Let’s help them by giving some shoreland to these beautiful giant polar bears of waterbirds…Get your local parks & recreation guys & dolls to maybe even put some groynes (rocks) along some portions of beach, so the beach can be safe for the swans…In England they put out piles of reeds too, so the swans can build their own nests…From November to April, the Trumpeter swan society feeds our wintering swans…Join that society too & then participate by helping to feed our Trumpeter swans in winter…I bring wild bird seed, the Red Ribbon brand, from Canadian Tire…(An 18 kilogram bag costs around $15.00)…The Trumpeters will eat from your hands & I like to do that because then your hand’s warmth warms up their cold bills…

A Trumpeter swan has a black bill…That is how you know which one they are…

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