GROWTH FACTORS - ROOT AUXIN
Minerals are of primary importance to proper cell function.
In 1930 C.F. Schnabel fed his family grass.
By 1936 about 99% of Americans may have been considered mineral deficient.
Grass improves nutrition, blood and immunity.
Tender young grasses possess the unique ability to absorb about 90% of the minerals available in living soil.
'Growth factors' stimulate the reproduction of body flora.
Intestinal flora live in symbiosis with their host organisms such as humans.
Intestinal microflora appear to exert a pulling effect on the host respiratory system which can stimulate respiratory efficiency and volume.
Root auxin occurs on the tips of juvenile grasses and may be the key to a mysterious quality known as 'the grass juice factor'.
This yet unexplained quality gives the tender young grasses the ability to sustain life indefinitely.
Perhaps root auxin is Nature's ultimate growth factor.
Nature possesses the most powerful detoxifying elements.
Leafy green edibles have cleansing properties and promote perfect body ecology by functioning as growth factors for beneficial body flora.
Cadmium is provided by leafy greens and helps remove mycotoxic compounds from the body.
The nutritionally richest foods possess the greatest bio-photon energy.
Bio-photon energy is coherent, visable laser-like light...a weak electro-magnetic field in the visable spectrum.
Bio-photons provide evidence that electrons are being scavenged from an invisable power source which permeates the universe.
Any life which can reproduce itself contains bio-photon energy.
Stronger reproductive energy is associated with greater bio-photon energy.
Organic produce may possess five times the bio-photon energy of the alternative.
Higher bio-photon energy can improve communication between the cell's nucleus and membrane.
Grass juice is a complete protein and these are some of the amino acids it contains:
• Absenisic - anti cancer agent
• Lysine - anti ageing / cold sores
• Leucine - energy and nerve stimulation
• Tryptophane - skin and hair growth
• Phenylalanine - thyroid function
• Theronine - digestion and assimilation
• Valine - brain/muscle co-ordination
• Methionine - kidney and liver cleanser
• Alanine - blood builder
• Glutamic acid - mental alertness
• Aspartic acid - energy
• Glycine - energy
• Proline Glutamic acid - absorbtion
• Serine - brain stimulation
• Isoleucine - growth in infants
• Histidine - hearing and nerve function
The juices of tender young grasses may be considered among the Earth's 'manna' foods for their ability to indefinitely sustain life.