Green Magick and homeopathic remedies

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    Mar 28, 2015 1:17 AM GMT
    Been curious about the two and got some interesting ideas recently. I know the trees can be irrigated to provide strength for people in their root system's genetic evolutionary attribute with support structures like aqueducts in an attractive and attention holding manner which is a serene stimulant, I was wondering how the epigenetics theories and plastic sealers with insect repelling plants can be harnessed in agriculture, or if such a thing exists already in a grove somewhere I can make a platform for a sewing machine to clothe myself with and have the caress of nature emphasized in my life.
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    Mar 28, 2015 1:20 AM GMT
    If I remember correctly pyrethrin daisies are grown and harvested to make flea repellant for cats and dogs.
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    Mar 28, 2015 6:38 PM GMT
    well, to be more specific I had citronella plants in mind when I was thinking about repellents because the sewing machine(s) will require maintenance. The aqueducts will require the support of bamboo trusses for expedient gardening production. Marigolds are great for maggots and lavender is fragrantly aromatic.
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    Mar 28, 2015 6:59 PM GMT
    I heard that maggots are good for flesh wounds; they'll eat away any dead flesh.
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    Mar 29, 2015 10:07 PM GMT
    A woman today at a sermon I attended was so charismatic that here worship rubbed off on me and I am moved to share my praise with you.


    So I was moved by the spirit the other day and did something. I asked the Lord to enshrine my actions and these are the words I use to motivate myself. Maybe you can appreciate them.

    I'm grateful for the ground because I can plant multiple types of vitality supporting plants in the fertilizing nutrients of seeds I have chosen to prohibit and eliminate from my gardening and harvesting schedule.

    I'm grateful for the ground because I can use the surface of a floor or pavement to portray the process of epigenetic layering and grafting with the mulch and compost of plants I have chosen to prohibit and eliminate from my harvesting schedule and gardening.

    I am grateful for the portability of bottles of bean powder because I can carry something which can be an efficiently precise instrument to fertilize plants I can choose to harvest expediently with inviting absorption from the nurturing plants of an abundantly available source of nutrition and self expression in a providently supportive and greatly reproductive seed of a plant which I can use to sustain a vast influencing authority to the atmosphere and are commonly provocative and edible to competitive climate using creatures.