Basically, I've got these three large jars full of oil 1/3 of which is filled with all the plant material and a red reishi and licorice roots floating
on top (the cinnamon and ginseng roots just dropped to the bottom). Place it in a warm dark place, if on the kitchen counter, put a towel over it
during the day to block out all light.
I leave that mixture and stir it a couple of times a day for 4-6 weeks. Which will only be about three weeks from now.
I don't care how potent it gets, the more the merrier, since we're going to cut it down with more carrier oils while adding essential oils both for
medicinal purposes and to perfect the aroma and scent of it.
This weekend, I'm buying 4 of those large 2 gallon jars and 4 of the one gallon jars of precisely the same design (I'll call them the mini-me's), in
preparation for the next step/stage.
At which point, finances permitting, say mid next month, I'm going to go ahead and purchase 25 pounds of the Shae Butter and 30 Pounds of coconut oil,
and if I can also afford it, 7 pounds of Jojoba oil.
I will then strain the three jars into a large hard plastic restaurant and food handling bucket, twice (have two buckets); once through a strainer to
capture the main plant material, and then a second time through cheesecloth for the fine particulate.
I will then take that oily plant material, put it on a plate, divide it into 4, bag in cheesecloth with a string attached, and hang those bags in the
new 4 jars, while keeping my original base jars for "re-feeding".
From the combined contents of the first three jars, I'll then fill the four new jars with the most potent, dark, medicinal oil, to about a third or
even less, maybe a quarter, to start with, while retaining some of that oil, maybe a 1/3 of a jar in the original three base jars, which I'll pour
back into them, with the plant material now removed.
These new, four 2 gallon jars, will then become the new "base", except with the plant material confined in bags of cheesecloth, which can be easily
removed once desired potency is reached.
We then top up the four 2 gallon jars, say to 3/4ths or thereabouts and then..
Add the 30 medicinal, therapeutic grade essential oils, but on a gradual basis while noting the potency of the addition of the essential oils, as well
as the scent, to a degree as we'll be further adjusting the scent profile in step 3 coming up.
I then take the front four "mini-me", one gallon jars, and fill them part way with that base of the base oil, while adding still more medicinal
carrier oils, and it will be into these step 3 jars that I'll be hanging in cheesecloth bags the medicinal flowers, many of which will add to the
Then I just seek out the very best smelling essential oils, including some of the African oils that I threw in at the beginning because of their
aromatic qualities, and adjust the scent profile, while those flowers steep, and the essential oils mix in with the original medicinal oil that I
created in the beginning.
This three stage system, once started, just keeps going, while allowing for near-endless final adjustments throughout for things like potency and
aroma, and the addition of new things like barks and other items on my wish list (which I'll also share).
Then, when that's all done..
We're going to look at a Vitamin C Ester, how to add Vitamin's E, and D, a skin-oriented extraction (from a tincture?) or two, and then other things
Along with any other all-natural botanicals and elements aimed at the skin and skin absorption.
DMSO and MSM, these must be thoroughly researched because of the degree to which they open up the cells to receive the medicine ie: you have to make
sure it's not toxic in any way if the aim is to feed hungry cells with open mouths.
Large amounts of Vitamin C, not only decalcify the pineal gland, but also transports the medicine all over the body. When combined with DMSO and MSM
(more on this to follow later), we're talking about a very extraordinary delivery vector whereby many of the receptors are already in the skin itself,
and then on to the bloodstream.
If I do my job right, when the final salve is in the jar, the mere smelling of it will confer many of its properties via the aromatherapy component.
In the end, smelling it will be almost addictive, but it will also go with you when you put a little behind your ears or on your chest or throat or
forehead, so if you had a bottle, you won't need to be smelling it all the time.. This would make it last all the longer when used sparingly.
And if I do my job right, a person will have to be able to feel it, have it remove pain instantly (which it does), and while you don't get a
psychoactive high, you do get a bit of a deep, internal, joyful sense of ease and satisfaction, that's healthy, and who's benefits carry on even when
you're not dabbling in it, smelling it, or putting it on your forehead to stop a headache dead in its tracks or whatever the use may be even if only
as a preventative measure to remain healthy and happy without getting sick or even the possibility of getting sick, provided you eat lots of fruits
and veggies and get some exercise every now and then.
Got off track..
Once ALL that's been done and it's been absolutely perfected, then it's going into a large, 2 liter Miron violet flame glass apothecary jar, first 2
of them, and then maybe 4 later on if I need to increase production for any reason.
It will remain in this jar for at least one month, in the light, but not too hot, yet still in melted form (all these oils have different melt temps),
after the addition of a final shot of Ormus, to give the biologically active medicine it's own light body, gaining in potency and power and getting
ready to be of service, once converted to a salve with the final addition of beeswax or whatever and placed in smaller Miron Jars, which locks it into
its final form, with a shelf-life of something like 10-20 years, or more.
What is biophotonics?
The term biophotonics is made up of two Greek words: “bios” and “phos”. “Bios” means life and “phos” stands for light.
Biophotonics addresses medical and human science questions in the form of light based technologies. Both microscopic and spectroscopic methods belong
to this, as well as the use of lasers to explain biological processes on a cellular level.
The main point of biophotonic research is the application of the characteristics of light on food production, pharmacy, bio-technology and medicine.
With the help of light, images of microscopically small processes within living cells can be observed quickly and undisturbed.
At the international institute for biophotonics, fundamental research about biophotonic analysis (IBB) is being carried out under the direction of
Note: The science behind the Miron violet flame glass jars might appear "woo" at first glance, but it's not. In fact, it's the only sensible thing to
put high quality medicine in for long range storage.
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