When Patrick McGean was alive serving as Director of the Cellular Matrix Study, he repeatedly railed against the use of chemical fertilizers to grow food crops on farmland.
Every month, 3,000 pounds (1,360 kg) of organic sulfur is shipped from my United States supplier to a French company called Apoticaria that specializes in providing natural health and alternative therapies to a worldwide clientele. Why is there such a
You, the everyday consumer — not doctors, scientists, and lab technicians employed by Big Pharma or the medical schools — are the backbone of the Cellular Matrix Study’s ongoing research project who provide valuable feedback of what is experienced after
Reader asks, I regularly prepare many of my main meals using vegetables from the brassica family (e.g., broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, and kale) which I accent and flavor by adding garlic, onions, or mustard. Given the nature of my
This two-year-old report describes a Texas AgriLife Extension Service study conducted by Dr. Seong Park, who found several advantages to using manure as fertilizer, rather than anhydrous ammonia.