Donation & Spring Detox (Allium Ursinum)

I’ve added some info on dandelion HERE.

Ramson - Bear's Garlic - Baerlauch - Allium Ursinum
Ramson – Bear’s Garlic – Buckrams – (Allium ursinum)The best time to collect ramson is before flowering (i.e. NOW!!!). More info down below.

Seventeenth donation in 2016.

Infinite Unknown reader R.N. donated $30.

Thank you for your support!

Very much needed and appreciated.

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Donations In April: $50

Donations in March: $30, £25, $10 (AUD)

Donations in February: $245, £25

Donations in January: $85, £25

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Donations in 2016: $410, £75, $10 (AUD)

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Bärlauch Herstzeitlose Maiglöckchen
Ramson/Bear’s Garlic (Allium ursinum) – Autumn Crocus (Colchicum autumnale) – Lilly Of The Valley (Convallaria Majalis)

Once one really knows how ramson/bear’s garlic looks (and smells) like, it can be easily distinguished from autumn crocus (Colchicum autumnale) and lilly of the valley (Convallaria majalis).

As a side note …

After being many years on a raw vegan diet (+ honey – salt – soy products) you don’t smell “bad”, when juicing 100g of fresh ramson together with your regular juices twice a day.

(Just don’t juice that much in the beginning. Start slowly!!!)

In fact, there is no body odor, as strange as this may seem.

So probably after years of detoxing the body does not have to detox via the skin anymore in order to get rid of all the toxins that are normally released in abundance when juicing ramson, which is probably the reason why there is no “bad” body odor.

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