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Raw Weston Price / Re: Green Pastures FCLO could be sham
« on: August 25, 2015, 08:39:31 am »
theres a huge discussion on wapf here in town about rancid fats now.  i just want to tell them all to just eat raw and aged animal foods and dont worry about it, its all those other ferments and beans adn grains and additions to the diet that are causing disbiosis in the guts leading to might actually go over well here, i got one guy eating on raw and aged meats, hes like 60 and a wood worker and also hosts a local television show that promotes ethics in politics(LOL! at the thought) through activism and also consciousness involving the environment and health issues, maybe i can raise a stink about raw meats and health be the next sabertooth....:)

Welcoming Committee / Re: Renewing raw
« on: August 25, 2015, 08:34:05 am »
if you suspect low mucus you should be drinking raw milk.

cut it into thin slices and let them hang/dry out a bit, they should be easier to chew once the native bacteria and enzymes work to break the meat down a little bit, if you are going to eat it for dinner just cut it in the am and hang it on racks somewhere dry.  the flavor should also be more palatable and its just nice not to be eating on cold meat. extra points for dippin it in raw egg yolks with a little salt ;) 

Journals / Re: A day in the life of TylerDurden
« on: August 22, 2015, 10:30:45 pm »
1 gram of fresh mushrooms is such a small amount it wont have any effects.  12 grams fresh might depending on potency.  just dry them with no heat and you will loose virtually none of the potency.  i think the only reason people think the potency is lost when drying is that, upon ingestion, they fail to chew the mushrooms thoroughly, getting them rehydrated with saliva and really ground into oblivion with the teeth so that the cells are cracked open and psilocybin is available.  also eating them on an empty stomach and doing some type of physical activity after you have ingested them, like going on a nice hike, helps your body to absorb the maximum amount of psilocybin.  if you have mushrooms grow that are 12.3gx3 in weight please let me know, those would be monsters.  also, go ahead an invest in a small grams scale, they are inexpensive and invalueable if you are trying to figure out an accurate dose...

 the potency of golden teachers v other strains really depends on the grower, most any strain you get nowadays is a clone of a clone of a clone cultivated from agar trays and long removed from its origin and chosen for different qualities, nowadays it seems people choose more for aesthetics and weight than potency(imagine that), it also depends on substraight and growing conditions.  you wont know how to judge potency until you have tried different varieties etc...and some have varying effects and cause strong effects in certain ways others dont and vice versa.  anyway there is definitely nothing to fear, and i dont think you can ever do too many ;)  i have rarely heard of a miserable experience, and most people who had them had really off expectations in the first place and werent in a mental place to fully appreciate the experience as they could have.

also Kalo, arent you in a region where psilocybin mushrooms grow wild?

Journals / Re: A day in the life of TylerDurden
« on: August 22, 2015, 09:29:45 am »
that calculator is kind of pointless, you cant judge your mushrooms potency or how much you think they have deteriorated in quality until you have tried enough of both wet and dry to trip and compare.  how dark the bruise tends to be a good indicator of potency, drying helps because there can be some difference in how big they get due to how much moisture they are able to obtain when they are growing, but that doesnt mean they will be more potent.  its also interesting to see how much they shrink when dried.  just use a fan, like the jerky dehydrator method, to dry them at super low heat for  a few days.  they will get cracker dry and then just store them in a jar with a tea bag full of dried salt, bake the salt in the stove to make sure its dry and able to absorb any extra moisture.

Journals / Re: A day in the life of TylerDurden
« on: August 22, 2015, 08:00:53 am »
Are you having success with the kit? How do you plan to dose yourself?  SWIM would take 3 grams dried to get a decent feel of it, take them somewhere secluded in nature when you have a day to relax and explore the experience.  5 grams to get the full experience.  Majority of the people who I know who have used mushrooms find the experience to be totally beneficial and uplifting, even if there are moments of anxiety, it's always worth it .

Journals / Re: A day in the life of TylerDurden
« on: August 22, 2015, 06:39:58 am »
did you grow them yourself from spores?  how much do you plan to take?

Journals / Re: A day in the life of TylerDurden
« on: August 22, 2015, 04:24:22 am »
Have you been experimenting wih psilocybin Tyler?  I'd love to hear your experience.  I am 100% convinced mushrooms are the best medicines for our minds and planet at this time. 

Health / Re: Liver and Kidneys failing - can they be saved?
« on: August 17, 2015, 11:12:19 pm »
where do you live JFetter?  Try and contact dr l wilson, he can help you via telephone and also to find you a physician in the area that will work towards proper lifestyle, diet and environment for healing.

Health / Re: Liver and Kidneys failing - can they be saved?
« on: August 16, 2015, 11:11:55 pm »
also it might be beneficial to see if you can have someone do gentle lympahtic massage and draining on him daily, and have him invert his body so the swelling doesnt destroy his ability to walk, he will need to do some very gentle physical activity and perhaps also start doing breathing exercises to help him respire and oxygenate his body.

Health / Re: Liver and Kidneys failing - can they be saved?
« on: August 16, 2015, 11:09:14 pm »
he is probably totally depleted and his kidneys and liver and body dont know how to function without the fluids, minerals and calories that were in the 20-30 beers he was drinking. he is basically suffering the biggest hangover ever and needs to have his body totally restored with fluids, minerals, vitamins and animo acids, until these are restored, the liver and kidneys cannot start to heal themselves..  he is probably suffering from edema not only because he is having low functioning liver and kidneys, he is also having diabetic symptoms and withdrawal from all the the alcohol sugars in his body, which can cause swelling if electrolytes are not properly replenished and balanced and his blood sugar monitored and healed through appropriate diet.   also some steriods have been known to cause swelling, make sure that isnt indicated on what he is taking or it could be causing more harm than good.

i dont advise you try and heal him through diet without the help of a trained physician, i would suggest dr. lawrence wilson, if you are able to get a hold of him.

Health / Re: liver spots, moles
« on: August 14, 2015, 11:22:43 pm »
theres something to do with vitamin d and calcium causing skin issues too, i forget what the mechanism is bt its about not getting the right forms of these or not being able to convert them into the right forms.  in trying to gain weight have you worked with any mental health issues you have such as anxiety to help to calm the brain and body?  if you can eat butter is it possible that you can eat other forms of raw dairy? they are good for weight gain.

Health / Re: liver spots, moles
« on: August 13, 2015, 11:48:18 am »
too much of one amino acid over another, maybe try milk or anything with lysine and luecine over arginine??  too much copper not enough zinc? 

Off Topic / Re: What are you currently reading, watching, learning?
« on: August 12, 2015, 08:16:52 am »
  you guys should check out this link, its a bunch of photos and comparision/discusion of people of difference races from the .  i am mesmorized by it, all of the men look so much stronger, with much heavier and healthier bone structure than you see nowadays.....anyway its good for entertainment.

Journals / Re: Keeping up.
« on: August 11, 2015, 07:55:41 am »
i asked what water because often times people who drink from wells have issues with excess calcium and minerals so that might be something to consider. but yeah lemon juice is superior and has the added benefit of vitamin c which is good for the kidneys, cherries, berries in the rose family, corn silk, those all seem to be healing to the kidneys

Journals / Re: Keeping up.
« on: August 11, 2015, 12:06:38 am »
 kidney stones can be from people consume oxalic rich foods like chard, quinoa, sweet potatoes, the consumption of oxalic rich greens likely spikes this time of year...i also wonder if you arent just pising out your own teeth an bones by consuming acetic acid...?

Journals / Re: Keeping up.
« on: August 02, 2015, 01:12:53 pm »
How much fermented juice are you drinking per day?  What else are you eating?  How are your teeth fairing? Do you ever have blood sugar issues?

General Discussion / Re: Lets Discuss Raw Eggs
« on: July 27, 2015, 12:19:13 am »
I usually add raw egg yolk to meats if i am wanting more fats or eat a yolk or two as a small meal, its always totally satiating.  The only time I will eat the white is if it has been slowly cooked and never over cooked, because they become plastic and there is no way its easy to digest and its just totally unpalatable.  I agree with what everyone else has mentioned about source and either get them from free range mountain chickens or pay $8 at the grocery co-op for truly pastured eggs from a farm a few hours away.  I wil go through phases of really enjoying them, like this spring, to times when i dont really care for them but eat them because they are available, like this summer, which makes sense since most wild birds are, for the most part, done laying.  I never eat more than a couple a day, and naturally take weeks off eating them. They are extremely high in a wide variety of vitamins, minerals, animo and fatty acids that are very bioavailable, especially if you leave out the yolk.

Health / Re: How to transition back to some cooked foods
« on: July 27, 2015, 12:00:00 am »
Congratulations on quitting smoking and caffiene, thats no small undertaking!  You will likely see improved effects over the next couple of years as your cells continue to renew and your body chemistry changes.

Have you ever considered having your mineral levels tested?  Do you take any supplements?  It might be something as simple as having low potassium and magnesium, as these are striped through stimulant use as well as it sounds like you may have been eating a diet higher in sodium.  Both potassium and magnesium are very calming and healing to the heart and can help with palpitations.  Adding high quality salts, from seaweeds and seafoods especially, and also supplementing until you are more healed might be a good idea.

You may also do well with adding more high quality animal fats, instead of egg whites and a green smoothy, eat the whole egg lightly cooked, the yolk has more nutrients that more bioavailable and easier to digest.  The fats are excellent for your heart and egg yolk has the benefit of choline which is excellent for digestion, amount other things.  You may also be overdoing the protein and not getting enough fats, which can cause compromised digestion and inflammation.  Try to eat more fatty seafoods, grassfed meats with gristle and fat, raw dairy, offal...get the full range of animo and fatty acids, even if you are cooking them it will be extremely beneficial.

If you are going to transition back to cooked foods, I would suggest learning how to very lightly warm foods, and figuring out how you can create meals you can take with you, as they will be far more beneficial to your health and wellbeing than most any prepared foods you can purchase. 

Health / Re: How to transition back to some cooked foods
« on: July 25, 2015, 09:27:10 pm »
what were you eating before?  might give some idea of why you were having heart issues or sinnusitis...but might not.  could have been food allergies, mineral imbalance, oxalate issues, etc.  i think maybe further query into why you were having issues is necessary so you dont end up adding back in foods that exacerbate symptoms.

General Discussion / Re: WHO WOULD YOU LIKE TO DINE WITH?
« on: June 17, 2015, 10:15:09 pm »
 I dont think there is a person here I wouldn't want to dine with.  Perhaps a better question is who would have me  :P

Definitely would want to visit Inger and try out her seafood and wild greens diet and appreciate her low emf/quiet, dark, cold (sounds romatic enough) lifestyle. 

Also Aura, who was last heard from naked out in the jungle somewhere.  I'd do that. 

And of course GS, just to experience a totally different culture and the beautiful natural surroundings and abundance of exotic foods.

Also sabertooth because he has a lot going on that is pretty similar to what i would be able to do if i ever actually got my shit together, which is have a small amount of animals of my own and on my own property(i am always raising other peoples animals...) and also i think he speak pretty eloquenty from much in the same places i find myself rooted spiritually/politically/whatever you want to call that in this day and age........

Also Rogue Farmer, because.......sorry i had to say it :(

In truth i would want to visit everyone because I think you are all extremely interesting, dynamic, diverse.  I have learned a great deal from each person on the forum. 

Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Catching blood
« on: June 15, 2015, 11:50:19 am »
damn, stabbing into the chest?  is that in the (bible)?  i have always had people restrain the animal by sitting on it while its on its side and slitting the throat, like one slit/puncture to the main vein on the side, and then it takes a while for them to bleed out but its minimally painful and they loose consciousness pretty quickly.  i just catch it in mason jars, its gets congealed for the most part, there is always some more liquid substance as well.  i have never worried about the bacteria on the wool,, for the most part, when the neck slit is made, the wool is kind of pulled back while finding the pulse/vein.  i like eves idea of telling him it will be going into the ground, and if that works, you should really offer some to a tree or plant or patch of soil...

General Discussion / Re: Eating a Hybrid Food? OKay?
« on: June 12, 2015, 09:43:13 pm »
any fruits and vege that you buy at the grocery store are hybridized.  even "heirloom's" went through a long series of selection and hybridization to get to be the plants they are today.  wild plants in nature are not spared this process, often it just takes longer, the selectors are different factors (climate, soil, plants, environmental causes like fires etc, pollinator and other creatures who induldge in tehe plant such as parasites, animals)

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