posted on Mar, 24 2014 @ 09:03 AM
Wouldn't mulched poplar leaves do the same thing? How about mulched birch leaves? They are both high in silicates. and they grow around here.
They actually use aspirin in a Bayer products to bring the fungicide into the tree. I use this sometimes. It protects the trees against some bugs
also, and as long as you do not consume the fruit it is ok. Overusing the product is not good, it kills the symbiotic fungus in the soil which many
trees need to fix nitrogen. A little to control overburdened fungus's is good, it did wonders for my big oak tree in the yard, there were weird
mushrooms around it and too much of them. I use it about half the strength and dose that they say to do, don't want sick deer and squirrels. I do
not know the composition of the soils here.
Aspirin allows minerals to flow into the plant better. Each plant has DNA that tells it what nutrients it can take up. Some plants take up arsenic,
like rice and apples and some pit fruit trees. By giving these plants aspirin they can pull up more of these mineral complexes in them also. So the
content of these undesirable minerals in the soils is very important.
I am thinking that since the rutabaga takes up bromides that giving aspirin to the rutabaga may increase this element in them. Bromide has some good
medicinal properties when consumed occasionally, it can calm people and is the basis of some medicines that calm people. Now increasing the
concentration of this may not be a good thing, especially if you eat it more often. Messing with things without examining all the evidence can cause
I think that cyanide increases in some fruits with aspirin also. Although our bodies do not break apart many types of cyanide, based on the enzyme
combinations that most people have, they can become a problem if too much soil amendments are done also. If we break down a cyanide compound, it
makes us extremely thirsty and the thirst is not easily quenched. If our kidneys are working well, the added water will flush the cyanide out. I am
not afraid of cyanide, I know how it works. If we consume more cyanides, we pee more....this can cause electrolyte problems though. Cyanocobalamin
has this effect, methylcobolamin does not. Cyanides do help us make energy though in the right forms. Methyl cobolamin does not give us more energy
for some reason.
It all depends on what your desires are. One man's poison is another man's medicine.
edit on 24-3-2014 by rickymouse because: (no reason given)