There has been almost no input from community the Air Force denies existence of biological effects, groups and EMR scientists or medical experts not asso attributable to athermal fields.
The re,asoning or 'basic philosophy' u. J nle above criticisms of the US standards apply committee to come up with this fivefold increase is 'I also of concern. In light of the facts, preface of this drat1 page 2 , to quote in part: "that when only the established scientific literature is to continue on this path of avoidance and omission is II used, exposure limits can only be based on thermal just the opposite of a proper scientific approach.
It is a effects in tne frequency range about 10 MHz to bit like the flat,earth -controversy back in Galileo's GHz. The scientific literature shows that, while non time.
berfadacaltia.tk As such it should be rejected by both the Australian and New Zealand 40 years of research. J As stated in the preface, the DR is based on governments. The biological effects of microwave radiation on living organisms have been the subject of extensive research for the past four decades. The most comprehensive programs were conducted by the Soviet and Eastern Bloc nations. The US has lagged behind badly in this area of research. Under IEEE, a blue-ribbon panel of experts periodically reviews the research database and assesses the need to revise the standards.
Until , these standards did not consider the possible biological effects of "pulsed" microwaves. The existence of nonthermal effects is essentially denied by omission. The US research community was aware of the Soviet findings of deleterious biological effects at exposures well below the ANSI standards. The Soviet findings were rejected for various reasons. The principal reason was that US attempts to duplicate the Soviet results were rep.
The resnlts of this search have been consolidated into a computedzed database which we have shared with the Armed Forces Medical Intelligence Center and the Central Intelligence Agency. We attempted to share the database with the Armstrong Laboratory. These were researchers who were reporting the positive existence of nonthermal effects. Researchers stress 'the chronic,.
The verification of blood-brain 'oarrier suppression should have a high priority. The passage of normal blood-borne toxins into the brain could explain some previously observed -early behavioral aberrations, loss of physical endurance, and functional central nervous system and perceptual changes.
The Soviet studies of humans under occupati. These results are the macroscopic part of the issue. The microscopic part of the issue urgently needs to be addressed-namely the physical mechanisms behind the various observed biological effects. Various theories and interaction models exist to explain, in a limited way, some of these physical mechanisms for specific effects. None have yet been positively verified. The relationships between these variables and specific human responses should be of prime importance to the directed energy weapon DEW development programs. The ability of certain modulation frequencies imposed on various carrier frequencies to affect lock onto circadian rhythms poses a formidable research problem.
A principal question raised is the existence of "frequency windows" and resonanc. The past several issues of Bioelectromagnetics have contained many articles by prominent US researchers which report nonthermal effects.. New concerns are also forthcoming, i. It does not really matter whether the Chinese, Koreans, Japanese or Russians were the firsn. To be exact, it isn't really a fungus as such, but rather a community of yeast and bacteria. One authority describes it as a lichen.
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The origin of the name could be Japanese, with kombu standing for the brown tea algae and ella for tea. The best description, in my opinion, is that of the herb'llist, Pastor Weidinger, whom I have used as a source throughout this book. He says: "Kombueha tea is an ancient East Asiatic beverage which came out of the ocean For three years I was a missionary on the island of Taiwan This province is regarded as the origin for "tea", i.
Today it is called Ch:a. In the province of Fukien, however, it ,is still called Te. Was it wine which tasted like a delicious tea or an unusual tea that tasted like a rare wine? Notably, after drinking this beverage, I not only felt stronger after the long and tiresome walk but, strangely enough, fe'lt healthier. In particular it helped my metabolism a great deal in this climate and made me feel very relaxed.
When I asked what it was, K'un-Pu-eh'a came the reply.
I was startled. The tea was given different rrames. One of the most famous was the "Godly Tsehe". This particular tea was used as a remedy for chronic gastritis. People also tell of the Korean medicine man named Kom-bu who, in the year , prescribed the tea to heal the Japanese Emperor's disorders. He studied medicine in Prague and had his first contact with jthe Kombucha fungus in a monastery.
In the s he published his research in the scientific and genera] press, which resulted in increased awareness of Kornbucha's healing and strengthening properties. Dr Sklenar's matn area of work became the biological treatment of cancer, and he integratedl Kombucha with this programme. His healing methods were so successful that they were adopted by many doctors.
When in was reported that Dr Veronika Carstens wife of a former German President was using Kombucha with all her cancer patients, ,the fungus beverage became a popular healing remedy. Reports dealing with healing successes are often generalised and passed on withoun the desired research. With medicinal herbs, for instance, the general perception is that they can only heal and do not have any negative side-effeas. In fact, what is a health remedy for some may prove to be quite the opposite for others.
When I first received the Kombucha fungus from a friend, I was given an ,information leaflet about Kargasok tea.
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She actually met a man at the age of who! To make this tea, the Japanese woman received a sp'ecial yeast fungus and instructions on how to use the fungus.
She took the fungus with her to Japan where she started to duplicate it. Her friends were invited to drink the tea as well and she also passed the fungus on to them with instructions on its use. They passed it on to their friends. Eventually the tea found its way to Taiwan, then to Hong Kong and now travels around the world where it is passed on ,from one friend to another as a token of appreciation and love.
This tea appears to be a miraculous remedy for many types of suffering. There is evidence that Kombu:ha helps restore hair. This living organism ferments sweetened tea to become the Kombucha beverage. The refreshing taste gives one a feeling of well-being. The amount of living yeast it contains gives toe Kombucha beverage an active life which continues after decanting it into bottles. Kombucha has become Encreasingly highly regarded as an aid to preventing many illnesses.
You need to be sure that the herb. Those containing appreciablt: amounts of ail are: angelica, bergamot, camomile, caraway, cumin, dill, fennel seed, lavcodeF, ilovage, marjoram, mint, peppermint, rosemary, tarragon, rhyme, wormwood.
When you are more confidenn you CJln experiment with herbs. Place the tea in a large pot, pour on boiling water, add sugar and stir until dissolve. Strain brewed tea ,into the bowl. Add the remainder of the water and the vinegar or 'starter' brew and allow to cool, if necessary, to room temperature. It should be allowed to float smooth side upwards.
Cover with muslin or some other suitable cloth which will no starter Kombucha tea is avaifable. Smoke is harmful. After some Container: china. The drink should have a zingy approx.
The most suitable containers for brewin. Strain sweetened tea into made of glass, porcclain or glazed pottery. Metal Fig. Make sweetened tea in a suitable container.
Top up with containers-including stainless steel-are n0t used teapot or bowl remaining water because acids in the brew react with the metal. A comparison can be made with whisky or wine which pancake taste different when fermented in wood. The containers should have a wide opening and be not too tall nm filled up to the top.
A wider, more shallow pot enables the Kombucha to ferment quicker Fig. Cover with muslin or other Fig. Add vinegar or starter brew. In this case, use 2 to 3 teaspoons of herbal tea, pour on boiling water, leave for 5 minutes, strain off ilea leaves or remove tea bags and proceed with recipe below. After fermentation is complete separated 'offspring' may be used for new brew, store. Kombucha brew now ready to drink. The pancakes can be parted easily if in difficulty, use a clean pair of scissors to gently ease away. This can then be used to start another batch or to pass on to a friend.
The recommended amount to drink daily is three average-sized wine glasses, one before breakfast and one 20 to 30 minutes after lunch and your evening meal.