There are only two sources of pure fulvic acid, and they are Alluvial Soil and #Shilajit. Ordinary fulvic acid products on the market right now are derived from Alluvial soil, and are refined to 8% fulvic acid content at most, as it is very difficult to surpass this mark. Compare that to the 35% fulvic content pure Shilajit resin has 😄👌 #GameChanger
One of my favorite benefits behind Shilajit has got to be it's potentiating effects when taken with #cannabis. That's right, it let's your body get the most out of your #medicine by assisting with the binding of cannabinoids to receptor sites in the cell membrane 👌 .
This can be convenient for casual smokers in stretching their supply, or it can mean an improved quality of life for medical patients seeking to get the very most out of their medicine. I cannot stress enough how much the efficacy of cannabis when used with this resin. Any fulvic acid will do this of course, but Shilajit is the most concentrated form of pure fulvic acid known to man, and thus most effective as far as potentiating effects go with not only cannabis, but many other forms of nutrition as well 👍 .
@Regrann from @roboheals - What heady mail pack I just got today can't wait to try this #shilajit with pure cbd crystals with added purple jamican kush terps #cheers #salute
Got my lab test results in! This soil has seen 6 no till cycles so far. Looks like a few things came in a little high, so I'll share any adjustments I make before the 7th cycle begins👍
Here is the initial recipe I used from the start, it's the CC Kit with some minor adjustments:
No-till soil mix:
1 part sphagnum peat moss
1 part compost (Coast of Maine lobster compost)
1 part aeration (75% lava rock/pumice, 20% bio char, 5% rice hulls)
Acadian Kelp Meal @ 1/2 Cup per cubic foot
Neem Cake and Karanja Cake 50/50 Mix @ 1/2 cup per cubic foot
Crustacean Meal @ 1/2 Cup per cubic foot
Gypsum Dust @ 1 Cup Per Cubic Foot
Brix Blend Basalt @ 1 Cup Per Cubic Foot
Glacial Rock Dust @ 1 Cup Per Cubic Foot
Oyster Flour @ 1 Cup Per Cubic Foot
Malted Barley @ 2 Cup Per Cubic Foot
1 lb of Red Wigglers
1 lb of European Night Crawlers
"From the 1920s to the late 1940s, a great and largely un-sung hero of agriculture, Dr. William Albrecht, did a lot of experimenting with different ratios of nutrient cations, the Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium and Sodium mentioned above. He and his associates, working at the University of Missouri Agricultural Experiment Station, came to the conclusion that the strongest, healthiest, and most nutritious crops were grown in a soil where the soil's CEC was saturated to about 65% Calcium, 15% Magnesium, 4% Potassium, and 1% to 5% Sodium. This ratio not only provided luxury levels of these nutrients to the crop and to the soil life, but also strongly affected the soil texture and pH."
Harvest season is here! As these #tulsi flowers matured, the petals fell and the brown #carpels that remain contain the developing seeds. These little "pods" dry up and turn brown as the seeds mature. Always wait for them to turn before harvesting seed! As the seed coat hardens, it changes color from pale green to brown to black.
You'll want to stop pinching Tulsi and start allowing flowering at least 6 weeks before your projected first frost date. Once frost hits a basil plant, it's done. The exact time from bloom to mature seed seems subjective, but if you want to be very sure of getting seed from a particular variety you should start letting it flower in early August to stray on the safe side 👍
Key Constituents Of Holy Basil
Holy basil leaf contains a variety of beneficial constituents, including #eugenol (a volatile oil), ursolic acid (a #triterpenoid), and rosemarinic acid (a #phenylpropanoid). Other active compounds include #caryophyllene and oleanolic acid, #carotenoids, vitamin C, calcium, iron, zinc, and chlorophyll.
One of tulsi’s many important compounds is triterpenoid ursolic acid, which is also found in rosemary. Ursolic acid is one of the cosmetic industry’s latest favorites because not only does it promote skin healing and enhance elasticity, research indicates that it shows potential for preventing and curing skin #cancer. Ursolic acid is a well-known antitumor agent (it suppresses protein kinase C activity, down-regulates MMP-9, and induces apoptosis). Other actions of ursolic acid include hepatoprotective, anti-inflammatory (COX-2 inhibition), #antiulcer, #antimicrobial, #antihyperlipidemic, and #antiviral.