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January 20, 2017
This article is reprinted from ACRES USA, February 2016 • Vol. 46, No. 2. It describes a farm animal’s wound healing and, separately, an increase of pasture grass growth. Both unanticipated successes appear to have resulted from concentrations of bions present in the two treatment agents of heated mineral compounds. Biodynamic Preparations may also be seen as (nonheated) highly bionous materials, specific for dedicated usage, as indicated by R. Steiner.
Harnessing the Power of Clay (pdf) by James C. Silverthorne
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