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Kin's Settlement "Solnechnoe"

Kin's Settlement Solnechnoe

The dream brought our hearts together in the joyous creation of a harmonious space for living for each family.

Solnechnoe, a settlement consisting of kin's domains, is located in the Southern Urals in northern Chelyabinsk Oblast, not far from the village of Voskresenskoe in Kasli District.

Kin's Settlement Solnechnoe
Kin's Settlement Solnechnoe
Kin's Settlement Solnechnoe
Kin's Settlement Solnechnoe

The clearing is surrounded by a mixed forest; there are many cherry trees, cultivated and wild strawberries, and mushrooms. The Sinara River flows on one side of the field, Lake Sinara is not far away (6 km).

Kin's Settlement Solnechnoe
Kin's Settlement Solnechnoe
Kin's Settlement Solnechnoe
Kin's Settlement Solnechnoe

The land (96.4 ha) has been registered as property in shares; the permitted use is personal subsidiary farming. There are 46 parcels in all, of which 21 are still unoccupied.

Kin's Settlement Solnechnoe

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Kin's Settlement "Kalinovets"

Kin's Domains Kalinovets

The creators of the settlement are readers of Vladimir Megre's Ringing Cedars of Russia series of books, which gave voice to the idea of the creation by each family of a Kin's domain—a Space of Love for their children.

The location of the Kalinovets settlement of kin's domains was selected in such a way that, on all three sides except for the south, it is surrounded by ravines with forest tracts and springs. From the place whose proposed name is Krasnaya Gorka [beautiful hill], since it is the highest spot, the confluence of the Volga and Sura Rivers can be seen. This is a very favourable place to greet the Sun in the morning. The land in these areas has been fallow for more than 15 years, and is therefore very fertile.

Kin's Domains Kalinovets
Kin's Domains Kalinovets
Kin's Domains Kalinovets
Kin's Domains Kalinovets

Basically, the soil is loam and clay. Due to the fact that there are still a great many open spaces (fields, nonetheless), the ground dries out very quickly. But we have already learned to conserve moisture using mulching until such time as the trees and bushes grow up.

The parcels for the kin's domains are varied in shape and what they contain, some already with fully grown, five- to seven-year-old trees, and some still with only a grassy covering.

The total surface area of the settlement is 282 ha. Each family is allotted a parcel of 1.09 ha in size. There are 147 parcels in all.

Kin's Domains Kalinovets
Kin's Domains Kalinovets
Kin's Domains Kalinovets
Kin's Domains Kalinovets

The areas are very beautiful, with mushrooms and berries. The springs and streams flowing in the ravines carry clean water. The plant cover changes each year, one type replaces another, and never repeats.

At the end of 2012, six families are spending the winter in the settlement on their kin's domains.

The residents of the Kalinovets settlement of kin's domains are involved in various undertakings directed toward the development of the settlement and the formation of a harmonious cohesive group. Celebrations, meetings, and voluntary work days are held.

Kin's Domains Kalinovets

We are seeking like-minded individuals, and invite to our developing settlement all those who are already prepared to make their dream a reality and create their own Homeland. We are sure that, if you are reading these words, this is far from being a lucky accident.

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Kin's Settlement "Schastlivoe"

Ringing Cedars Domain Schastlivoe

The intention to create the settlement was formed in 2002 in the Caucasus at the dolmens.

For this purpose, a club— not a registered club—was created, with the provisional name "Vozrozhdenie [revival]." Since that time, approximately 150 people have passed through the club, for the most part readers of the Anastasia books. The people are diverse, with diverse purposes, while the club had a specific programme: the creation of a Kin's settlement on the territory of Moldova. There were some that the programme did not suit, situations where personal relationships did not work out, yet some other factors played a role that escaped our attention—and there were situations where everything was all wrong!!!—and as a result, as of today, 40 to 50 people are actually associated with the club. Of these, 15 families have already obtained land and are beginning to create—some in their thoughts, and some in a material way—their oases of life: their Kin's estates!!!

The territory where our settlement is found is located in the ancient forest of Kodry.

It is a meadow of flowering mixed grasses, the gently falling slopes on two sides descend to a stream. There are springs at all levels of the high plain!

Ringing Cedars Domain Schastlivoe
Ringing Cedars Domain Schastlivoe
Ringing Cedars Domain Schastlivoe
Ringing Cedars Domain Schastlivoe

Our meadow is a former collective-farm field, which has not been worked for 10 years. On three sides the field is surrounded by a forest (ancient oaks, hornbeams, lime trees, elms, beeches, poplars, etc.). Before the revolution, there were landowners' estates here, and the locals to this day call the area Bogdasary (which, in translation, is probably "divine evenings").

One hundred metres from our meadow is a dolmen, more specifically, one of its slabs (the front slab with the opening). We have not yet figured out whose it is, but near it, thoughts always come readily, joyfully, and easily! It will most likely be the one guiding our settlement.

Everyone came here from cities with a standard type of education and attitude . Inspired by the dream of Anastasia, they wanted to live in a new way, to feel, understand, and love one another.

On frequent magical evenings, in sincere and warm conversations, while discussing our concerns, characters, habits, attitude toward each other, we learned to see, learned to understand, feel, and love.

We became friends!

Ringing Cedars Domain Schastlivoe
Ringing Cedars Domain Schastlivoe

And having become friends, we discovered for ourselves that the strength of our own space, domain, and family directly depends on our relationships with our neighbors. In this is our Strength and our Happiness. After all, only friendly and happy neighbors can create a happy settlement.

We decided to make the symbol of our settlement an oak with its roots. An oak, because it is the most basic and ancient tree of our forests. A profound strength and grandeur is felt in this tree, while the roots are the foundation, the support of our ancestors and the strength of the Family.

Ringing Cedars Domain Schastlivoe

A school, sanatorium, bath-house, lake, place for festivals, and other things are planned for the common area. At the present, there is only a small Friends' House. This is a very beautiful little house, painted outside and in by the young girls of the settlement. It may be small, but it has enough room for everyone. There is always much happy laughter, joking, singing, and beautiful music here.

We invite all those who want to find their homeland to visit us.

Our Contacts: e-mail:
Olesya - 079003769
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Kin Space online Community

New social network has been created in order to connect and assist like-minded individuals - readers of Ringing Cedars book series, people who care about tomorrow, and those who are longing for healthier happier lives.

Kin-Space has a potential of becoming a huge resource and is already able to offer its users an opportunity to find a soul mate, have a personal page, form clubs, connect with friends, communicate through the forum and messaging, create events, find eco-villages, educate yourself on various topics with the use of Kin-Space Resource Library, and much more.

Please take a look at Kin-Space Resource Library ( because this is the place that is meant to become your guide and inspiration in many vital matters from birth to food, from gardening to culture, and more. Articles are dedicated to encourage and support social and personal change towards green sustainable living.

Some other things you would probably want to know about Kin-Space: it is free of charge, it is well organized and secure, and it enables the information flow, including video and music.

If you have sustainability in mind, Kin-Space will prove itself to be useful to you. You may register and participate in the project by following the link As Kin-Space project is very young, any kind of feedback is very much appreciated:

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Poetry, art, music, photography and anything else that flows from the heart.

Art by Maria Ignatieva

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Dreaming of collective mansions made from stone and clays and cottage wood,
i really really wish the world and man would understood,
my heart goes out to the people, the peoples hearts go out to man, man creates the people and people create the plan,
the world needs the figures the figures made of poetry,
the poetry creates the people, the world creates the people and the people create the world,
we are a wilderness of humanity at the crux of creation, we are the salvation, the hidden hands, only not so hidden when we see,
we are the ones to be, the ones who will be free, the world
resolve the people, the world is all the people, the world with all the people, dreaming of a new world

~by Eo Jadius~

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I have been wondering about this topic for 2 years now, and after re-reading A Course in Miracles, and The Disappearance of the Universe & Your Immortal Reality by Gary Renard, I have also come to the conclusion, as others have hinted at herein, that "purity of thought" really is Truth. Now, as most are aware we classify Truth in 1 of 2 ways...

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This section is devoted to the information that will be useful in the creation of a Kin's Domains.

Why Genealogy is Important for Children

Forging Connections

As a child, there's something amazing about learning where you come from. As children uncover their family tree, they forge connections to people they didn't know existed. And every single one of us has a family member or two who have accomplished something notable. Children are able to learn about and connect with personalities and characteristics they see in their ancestors, which are also reflected in themselves. When children discover who and where they come from, it helps them forge a connection not only with their family but also with the world. They're better able to see their place in the world.

Relating to History

In school, we learn about the history of our country. The events and people we learn about seem abstract, as if we're reading fiction. When children learn about their ancestors, they're able to make connections to history. If their great grandma helped on the Underground Railroad, all of a sudden history becomes more than fiction. If great great grandpa fought in World War 1, then a connection is made. Genealogy makes history come alive.

Family bonding

When children start digging into their family tree it's an interactive task. They'll need to speak with parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles to begin putting a family tree together. It's a task learning experience that brings families closer. Genealogy provides children with an activity to bond over and children may grow closer and gain a new understanding or appreciation for family members.

Why Genealogy is Important for Adults

In addition to all of the above benefits, because adults too benefit from connecting with their family, bonding, and gaining a sense of history, genealogy offers a number of additional benefits for adults.

Genealogy also provides insight and information about genetics. Digging deep into your family history can provide valuable information about inherited illnesses. A history of cancer, immune diseases, mental health, birth defects and sickle-cell anemia can be immensely helpful when you're considering starting a family or simply want to know if you're at risk.

Genealogy can also help you find long lost family members who are still around. If, for example, your Uncle had a child out of wedlock forty years ago, you have a cousin and a potentially large family out there, which you've yet to meet. You've probably read those stories where long lost brothers and sisters find out they're related and living close to one another, all because someone started researching the family tree.

Genealogy is a powerful way to connect to your family and the world around you. It can provide insight to yourself and others and present us with valuable information - sometimes life altering information. If you've yet to begin uncovering your family tree, get started. You'll be glad you did.
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10 Educational Areas to Homeschool Family History

By Stephanie Pitcher Fishman

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Genealogy doesn't have to always be relegated to the "H" word... hobby. It can be a part of your child's every day (or every week!) education. Presented here are ten ways that you can integrate your family's history into your child's learning areas. Some are connected while others may only be applicable to a few.

1. Creative Writing

As a parent of a writer, I can say that just because your child is a natural storyteller does not mean that they are a natural creative writer! Sometimes having a family story or experience to use as a foundation makes it easier for our kids to develop their own imaginations. Every person you learn about on your family tree could be the inspiration for the next great short story!


2. Research Skills

I've written several articles and blog posts about the importance of research skills and how they can be acquired through the study of family history. I fully believe that a part of a child's education should not only be about facts but rather about how to locate facts. If we arm them with the skills they need they will always find the information they require. Arm those kids! Show them how to kid for great-grandpa Joe in the census records, and they will understand how to use original materials in their research.


3. Geography

Geography was not my favorite subject in school. There. I admitted it. I did find a love for it when I was studying it with my daughter. However, it took the introduction of the termmigration pattern to really make me fall in love with learning more about the geography of my state and region. By learning where our family traveled across the country (or world!) we can give our kids concrete reasons to look at things such as the distance between two places where their ancestor traveled or the type of climate they left when they moved west in hopes of a better life. Just like travel, genealogy instills a love of places. And, it's cheaper and easier on the schedule!


4. Art

Not only is my daughter a writer, but she is also an artist. Art – specifically photography – is her true passion. She is able to help me photograph sites that are important to our research. She can also learn about the music, art, and clothing of a time period that interests her as we come across it in our research. And, if I'm really lucky, she will also be interested in helping me scan and edit old family photographs.


5. Field Trips

Really, does this need explanation? Field trips are just fun! Go search out areas in your state that are connected to your family history. We recently got to see the house where my grandfather and his brothers lived during their school days. It made for an amazing trip to a town not too far from our home. Historical societies and homes are a fantastic way to learn about what life was like during your ancestor's days. Bring history alive (and have fun seeing new places!)


6. Time Lines

Some kids love timelines. Mine? Not really. We tried all sorts of things to make them interesting. Card? Did that. Wall chart? Yep. Bound book? Check. It wasn't the method that ended up being the problem. It was the idea of making a list that had no connection to my daughter's life. However, when we started associating it with events in GG's life it made all the difference in the world. (GG was what my daughter called the woman referred to as my Cotton Granny here on C&C.) Knowing that something happened "when GG was alive" made a huge impact on my daughter! We began to discuss history from the perspective of where our family was in relation to it. Consider adding your family's history to your timelines. See if your kids grow a new interest in the timing of history!


7. Historical Context

How many of you have discussed the term historical context with your kids? It's something that sometimes gets lost in the mix. It's easy enough to understand but hard to grasp at times. Learning about the bits and pieces of our family history that we aren't fond of can help us teach the art of viewing a life or action in its proper place. For more information on how this important tool can be taught read my recent post –> Family History: It's All About the Historical Context, Baby!


8. Understanding family foundations (religion, politics, etc)

With this year being an election year, talk of religion and politics abounds. Do you hold your views because you came to them independently, or do you have a family history of it? Do you have ancestors that were active in the church or in the government? It's interesting to discover that often we have a family connection to these areas even if we didn't know that they existed! Once I discovered my family's tie to the Quaker church it shed new light on my paternal line's passionate yet peaceful social views. It made them that much more rich and important. I can't wait to discover more. What legacy did your ancestors leave you because of their beliefs?


9. History is just "Current Events"

Again, here is a simple yet important fact that our kids can understand… history is what we are living every day! It isn't a dry, dull fact. It is the story of a life lived. How did your ancestors live their lives? And, how will people see our lives when they look back at us? We realize that we are part of a bigger timeline when we put our family history in perspective. (I wonder if they complained about the elections and economy as much as people do today!)


10. Critical Thinking

Analysis is key in genealogical research just as it is in any other area. By strengthening this skill we are adding another tool into the educational tool box of our children. They will locate, analyze, and apply the information that they learn while researching their ancestors. Finding a document is not only fun, but it is an exercise in these skills. They didn't just locate great-grandpa Joe on the census. They could discover whether or not Joe owned his home. They could discover what type of work or income Joe had. Were his kids in school? By looking at this information critically and analyzing the pieces we can get a glimpse at what life may have been for Joe and his family. And, they learn these skills through doing something with the information. As my husband's friend says, "It's all about the doing." If they "do", they remember.
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Are All Fats Created Equal?

food-born illness

Fat comes in a variety of packages; some are more harmful than others. In addition to watching your total fat intake, you must also pay attention to the type of fat you take in. Let's start from the beginning and figure out what's what in the world of fat.

First, here's all of the "fat vocabulary" you will ever need to speak like an expert at your next social function:


The general term used for the main form of fat found in food. The structure of a TG (that's fat slang for triglyceride) is a glycerol (carbon atoms linked together) plus three fatty acids. There are several triglyceride categories, and depending upon the fatty acid composition, a TG is classified as saturated, monounsaturated, or polyunsaturated.

You may also hear about your "triglyceride level" when the doctor takes your blood. That's because TGs, like cholesterol, are a storage form of fat in your body—circulating in the bloodstream and deposited in adipose tissue (better known as flub).

Monounsaturated fats.

As mentioned earlier, the molecular composition of a triglyceride can vary. When one double carbon bond is present in the fatty acid molecule (c=c), the fat is grouped as "monounsaturated" (one spot that is not saturated). Olive oils, peanut oils, sesame seed oils, canola oils, and avocados are high in monounsaturated fat. According to studies, these fats may help to lower blood cholesterol. But go easy with that olive oil if your weight is an issue. This "good" fat is still loaded with fat calories.

Polyunsaturated fats.

Another type of unsaturated fat is polyunsaturated. Where a "mono" has one double carbon bond, the "poly" fat has several (c=c=c) spots that are not saturated. Corn oils, cotton seed oils, safflower oils, sunflower oils, soybean oils, and mayonnaise are all predominant in polyunsaturated fat. The fat in fish is also polyunsaturated (a type called omega-3 fatty acids). Didn't think fish had any fat? Well, it does (especially mackerel, salmon, albacore tuna, and sardines), but much less than most meats. What's more, the poly-fats have also been shown to help reduce the risk of heart disease. So fish away—just don't fry it.

Saturated fats.

When triglyceride molecules contain only single carbon bonds (c-c-c, unlike the double bonds you saw in mono- and polyunsaturated), the fat is grouped as "saturated." Saturated fats are the demons of all fats because they can raise your blood cholesterol, which, in turn, can lead to heart disease. Hard to believe a simple molecular change can make such a difference, but it can, and these guys are destructive. Animal fats found in meat, poultry, and whole milk dairy products are all high in saturated fats. Although most vegetable oils are unsaturated, some "saturated" exceptions include coconut, palm, and palm kernel oils (found in cookies, crackers, nondairy creamers, and other baked products). Do your body a favor: make a concerted effort to cut back on these fats. You'll help protect yourself from heart disease, certain cancers, and other potential health problems.

Trans-fatty acids.

This type of fat is not naturally occurring but is created when innocent unsaturated fats undergo a manufacturing process called hydrogenation. Hydrogenation is when a liquid or semisoft fat is transformed into a more solid state. Trans-fatty acids can be harmful because they act like saturated fats inside the body and raise blood cholesterol. Why mess with a good thing and "hydrogenate?" The process can help preserve food or enable a food company to change the texture of a product. For example, margarine in the liquid form is unsaturated, but with some hydrogenation, it becomes semisoft (tub margarine). With further hydrogenation, it becomes hard (stick margarine). Unfortunately, most people prefer tub and stick over liquid margarines and end up paying the "trans-fatty" penalty. Other trans-fatty culprits include partially hydrogenated vegetable oils, commonly found in cakes, crackers, cookies, and other baked goods. If you ever read the ingredients on food products, you'll know that trans-fats are everywhere.

Starting in 2006, trans fats will be listed on food labels, making it easier for you to spot (and avoid) them. Because of this new labeling act, food manufacturers have already started reformulating their products to make them trans-fat free.

Most Fats Contain Combinations of All Three Types of Fat
but Are Predominantly One Type
Saturated Monounsaturated Polyunsaturated
Beef fat Canola oil Corn oil
Butter Olive oil Cottonseed oil
Whole milk Peanut oil Safflower oil
Cheese Sesame oil Soybean oil
Coconut oil Most nuts Sunflower oil
Palm oil Avocados Margarine (soft)
Palm kernel oil   Mayonnaise
    Fish oils
    Sesame oil
    Flaxseed oil

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The Health Benefits of Essential Fatty Acids

foodborne illness

We all have a problem with fat. Actually, most of us have two problems with fat. I'm sure you are familiar with the first problem - that our bodies overproduce fat. Statistically speaking, most Americans just need to look down at the waistline to see how big the problem is for them. But, you probably don't realize that you aren't getting enough "good fat" in your diet.

I know what you are thinking - there is no such thing as good fat. We'll there really is. This type of fat, actually called "Essential Fatty Acids" cannot be produced by your body. But, you absolutely need them to live. The only way to get them into your body is by by ingesting (yup, that means eating) them.

Essential fatty acids fall into two groups: omega-3 and omega-6. The 3 and 6 refer to the first carbon double bond position on the fatty acid chain. How can you tell the difference? Basically by understanding which foods contain omega-3 and which contain omega-6.

Omega-6 fatty acids are everywhere: corn oil, sunflower oil and soybean oil all contain them. Omega-3 fatty acids are harder to find. Things like flax seeds, pumpkin seeds and walnuts are high in omega-3 fatty acids, as are salmon, trout and tuna. Current thinking is that these two fats need to be balanced in the diet at a ratio like 1-to-1 or 2-to-1, rather than the normal 20-to-1 ratio seen in most Western diets. About the only way to do that is to supplement your diet with omega-3 vegetable oils or to start eating fish in a big way (meaning two or three times a week).

Which option should you choose? Studies have shown that most Omega-3 studies are based on fish oil and show disappointing results compared to studies that used flaxseed oil. This may be because flaxseed oil starts with the plant form of linolenic acid, ALA (alpha linolenic acid), whereas fish oil contains the animal form, DHA (docosahexaenoic acid). The body makes its own DHA and EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) from ALA. Although some claim that the amount of DHA made is small, the body doesn't need much DHA. Most DHA is contained in cell membranes, and is held there with little replacement. In contrast, ALA and compounds made from it are also needed in the body for a number of essential functions. Fish oil cannot provide ALA, and therefore deprives you of this critical compound.

And one last thing, fish oil does taste fishy. That's it's nature. Flaxseed oil doesn't have that strong taste to it. So, if taste is a big factor, go with the plant or seed oils over fish oils.

Why do you need essential fatty acids or good fats anyway? Because Essential Fatty Acids support the cardiovascular, reproductive, immune, and nervous systems. The human body needs the essential fatty acids to manufacture and repair cell membranes, enabling the cells to obtain optimum nutrition and expel harmful waste products. A primary function of good fats is the production of prostaglandins, which regulate body functions such as heart rate, blood pressure, blood clotting, fertility, conception, and play a role in immune function by regulating inflammation and encouraging the body to fight infection. Essential Fatty Acids are also needed for proper growth in children, particularly for neural development and maturation of sensory systems, with male children having higher needs than females. Fetuses and breast-fed infants also require an adequate supply of essential fatty acids through the mother's dietary intake.

The best news is that you don't need a lot of these essential fatty acids per day. A tablespoon or two every day will suffice.
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The 6+ Synthetic Fabrics You Most Want to Avoid, and Why

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Fabric may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think about living a healthier lifestyle, but it definitely should be considered. Even many "health nuts" don't realize that synthetic fabrics are teeming with chemicals and dyes that cannot be washed out, making them a potential health hazard.

Organic, all-natural fabrics like cotton, wool, silk and linen may be the safest options when it comes to your health.

Toxins in Your Textiles

Most synthetic fabrics, from towels to dress shirts to bed linens, are treated with chemicals during and after processing. These chemicals not only leach into the environment, leaving an impact on groundwater, wildlife, air and soil, but they also may be absorbed or inhaled directly.

"The use of man-made chemicals is increasing, and at the same time we have warning signals that a variety of wildlife and human health problems are becoming more prevalent," says Dr. Richard Dixon, Head of the World Wildlife Federation (WWF) Scotland. "It is reckless to suggest there is no link between the two and give chemicals the benefit of the doubt. Urgent action is needed to replace hazardous chemicals with safer alternatives especially in clothing and other consumer products."

WWF is so concerned about one fairly new clothing additive that, in 2004, they advised parents to check their children's clothing labels. If the chemical is on it, they advise switching to clothing made from natural fibers whenever possible.

Teflon in Your Trousers

The chemicals that the WWF was warning about are perfluorinated chemicals (PFCs), which include the non-stick additive Teflon. These chemicals are increasingly being added to clothing because it makes them last longer and also can make them wrinkle-free. Most clothing labeled "no-iron" contains PFCs.

The problem with PFcs?

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) says that PFCs are cancer-causing compounds. However, "no-iron" and "wrinkle-free" pants have become a popular part of many schools' compulsory uniforms. Hardly the thing you'd like to send your child off to school in, but other options usually aren't provided.

PFCs in "wrinkle-free" pants, often used for school uniforms, may cause cancer, according to the EPA.

"Without knowing it, parents are exposing their children to toxic chemicals in clothing that could have serious future consequences for their health and the environment. Children are usually more vulnerable to the effects of chemicals than adults, so the presence of these substances in school clothing is particularly alarming,' says Dr. Dixon.

Your Clothing's Chemical Cocktail

You may be wondering when, and why, chemicals are applied to your clothing. The fact is, man-made fabrics are complex, and getting a soft pullover out of raw materials takes some measure of chemical manipulation. For instance:

  • Chemicals are used to make fibers suitable for spinning and weaving.
  • A formaldehyde product is often applied to prevent shrinkage. This product is applied with heat so it is trapped in the fiber permanently.
  • Petrochemical dyes, which pollute waterways, are used for color.
  • Chemicals are added to make clothing softer, wrinkle-free, fire-retardant, moth-repellant and stain-resistant.
  • Commonly used chemicals include volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and dioxin-producing bleach.
  • Nylon and polyester are made from petrochemicals, whose production creates nitrous oxide, a greenhouse gas that's 310 times more potent than carbon dioxide.
  • Rayon is made from wood pulp that has been treated with chemicals, including caustic soda and sulphuric acid.
  • Dye fixatives used in fabrics often come from heavy metals and pollute water systems.
  • Acrylic fabrics are polycrylonitriles, which may be carcinogenic.
  • Clothing and fabric that is treated with flame-retardant chemicals, such as children's pajamas, emit formaldehyde gas.

The chemicals used in synthetic clothing have been linked to health problems including cancer, immune system damage, behavioral problems and hormone disruption.

Synthetic Fibers to Avoid

If at all possible, it's best to stay away from the following fabrics in lieu of more natural options:

  • Acrylic
  • Polyester
  • Rayon
  • Acetate
  • Triacetate
  • Nylon
  • Anything labeled static-resistant, wrinkle-resistant, permanent-press, no-iron, stain-proof or moth-repellant

Natural fabrics tend to breathe better than synthetic fibers and naturally wick moisture away from the body. These include:

  • Cotton
  • Linen
  • Wool
  • Cashmere
  • Silk
  • Hemp

If you are very sensitive to chemicals, you may want to seek out organic fabrics. Even natural fabrics, such as cotton, are treated with pesticides while they are grown, and some of those pesticides will remain in the fibers. Organic fabrics are becoming more widely available and can be found in health food markets, specialty shops and online.

More Safe Clothing Tips

  • Wash and dry synthetic fabrics three times before wearing them.
  • Do not use conventional dryer sheets, as they are loaded with toxic chemicals. An excellent alternative is Static Eliminator, a reusable dryer sheet system with woven sheets that take static cling out, and soften fabric without any toxic chemicals whatsoever.
  • Avoid dry cleaning your clothing, as perchloroethylene, the chemical most widely used in dry cleaning, is a VOC known to cause cancer in animals. There are environmentally friendly dry cleaners that do not use this chemical.
  • Wash your clothing in non-toxic detergent, such as the EnviroRite Laundry Detergent, which is non-caustic and free of petroleum solvents, fragrances and dyes.
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Benefits of Natural Fabrics

Many people wear natural fabrics primarily for ecological reasons, but we know there also are verified health reasons for placing only natural fibers against your skin. The inherent characteristics of natural fibers offer advantages in breathability, temperature regulation, durability, water absorption, antimicrobial properties, and more, versus synthetic fabrics that:

- Disrupt the normal function of your body due to their low breathability, hygroscopy (water absorption), and thermal regulation. This in turn can lead to overheating (even heat stroke in a high-temperature climate), or getting too cold, which can lead to getting sick.
- Can create a "greenhouse" effect, which disrupts the normal reaction of your skin to create a barrier and encourages a favorable condition for bacteria growth, thereby causing or worsening skin disorders and the course of allergic reactions.

Organic Cotton

Certified organic cotton is grown without the use of harmful pesticides, herbicides, or artificial fertilizers. It also is free of formaldehyde finishes.

Cotton is popular for a reason - its soft texture and breathable nature make it very wearable, and it just feels good against your skin. Additionally:

- The arrangement of the cellulose gives cotton a good degree of strength, durability, and absorbency.
- Unlike synthetics, it doesn't pill, emit static electricity, prematurely age, or trap perspiration.
- People with allergies and chemical sensitivity especially benefit because conventional cotton may retain harmful toxic residues.

Linen (Flax)

Linen is a material made from the fibers of the flax plant. We believe that no other type of material can be more comfortable and more satisfying than linen, for several reasons:

- Highly absorbent - Can absorb and lose water rapidly, quickly removing perspiration from the skin.
- Good conductor of heat - In winter it keeps the heat in; in summer it feels cool to the touch and creates a feeling of coolness and comfort.
- Easy care for the long-term - Resists dirt and stains, has no lint or pilling tendency, and can be dry cleaned, machine washed or steamed. Withstands high temperatures and yields minimal initial shrinkage. Gets softer the more it is washed, and doesn't fade.
- Strongest of the vegetable fibers - Has 2 to 3 times the strength of cotton, enduring up to 20 years of use.
- Unique antibacterial qualities - Linen contains natural antiseptic that prevents bacterial growth. Helps kill microbes, thereby preventing fungal diseases, inflammation, and damaged skin infection.
- Environmental filter - To some point protects from a chemically aggressive environment, noise, dust, radiation, gamma rays, and electromagnetic waves.
- Strongest energy of all fibers - Creates a feeling of calm, concentration and depth of thought. Psychotherapists agree that linen fibers have an ability to protect a person from depression, nervous and psychotic breakdowns.


Silk is a natural protein fiber obtained from cocoons made by the larvae of silkworms. The prized iridescent appearance comes from the fibers' triangular prism-like structure, which allows silk cloth to refract incoming light at different angles.

Besides its luxurious softness and lustrous beauty, there are various other benefits of silk that other fabrics, whether natural or man-made, simply cannot match. Despite misconceptions about its delicacy, the following advantages have rightly earned silk its reputation as the queen of fabrics, and placed it in a league of its own:

- The most hypoallergenic of all fabrics because of its natural protein structure.
- An all-climate fabric, silk is warm and cozy in winter, without being bulky underneath, and comfortably cool in warmer temps. Highly absorbent: it can absorb up to 30% of its weight in moisture without feeling damp, so it absorbs perspiration while letting your skin breathe.
- Relatively robust and strong - Its smooth surface resists soil and odors well; is wrinkle and tear resistant, and dries quickly. It easily competes with steel yarn in tensile strength.
- Takes color well; washes easily; and is easy to work with in spinning, weaving, knitting, and sewing. Mixes well with other animal and vegetable fibers.


The term "merino" originally was restricted to denote the wool of the merino sheep reared in Spain, which can be traced back as far as the 12th century. Today in the knitting trades, "merino" generally implies an article made from the very softest wool. Unlike "traditional" wool, merino is much finer, softer, and itch-free for all but those with severe sensitivities or lanolin allergies.

The utility of the fiber itself is evident in cold-weather and high-performance applications, offering:

- Superior breathability
- Temperature regulation
- Inherent antimicrobial properties

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Is Tap or Rain Water Better for Plants?

By Suzanne Robin

Plants can be picky about the nutrients they consume to grow. Plants rely heavily on water, as you know if you've ever neglected to water a plant. Not all water sources have equal benefit for plants. Different plants may also have different specific water requirements to grow well. Rain water has some advantages over tap water for some plants.

Chemicals in Tap Water

Tap water contains ingredients added as softeners, such as sodium, and chlorine or fluoride. While most plants tolerate tap water, fluoride may injure plants with long, slender leaves, such as the spider plant. Leave fluoridated water out overnight at room temperature to let fluoride evaporate before watering plants, horticulturist Erv Evans of North Carolina State University suggests. Do not use softened water for watering plants, he also suggests. Excessive salt in the soil prevents the roots from absorbing water. A moderate sodium content of less than 200 milligrams per liter will probably not cause harm, the Water Quality Association reports.

Filtered or Distilled Water

Reverse-osmosis filtered tap water, deionized water or distilled water will not contain the chemicals that could interfere with your plant's growth, making them a better choice than tap water for your plants. You can buy distilled water or make your own by leaving tap or rain water in a clean container for two days before using it, which allows the chemicals time to dissipate.

Rain Water and Acidity

Rain water doesn't contain added chemicals such as sodium that can damage your plants. However, rain water can be more acidic in some regions than others. Contact your local extension service or university horticultural department if you are concerned. Very high acid content can damage plants. As long as your rainwater isn't overly acidic, collecting rainwater in a clean bucket or barrel gives you a good and cheap supply of water for your plants.


No matter what type of water you use to water plants, use it at room temperature. Water straight out of the tap may be hot in summer and cold in winter; either extreme can shock the plant roots. For potted plants, use containers that allow excess water to drain, since standing water can damage the roots. Don't over-water. Over-watering actually kills more houseplants than under-watering, according to the Guide to Houseplants. The soil should not be soggy, just slightly moist.
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Rainwater Harvesting for Organic Vegetables

By Jim Harrington

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As a horticulturist for 25 years, I believe in the benefits of organic gardening for myself and my clients whether for fruits, vegetables or flowers. No one who has gardened with organics would argue the benefits. My personal garden has been pesticide free for 17 years. The insect populations of predators and prey reached a balance after about 3 years. Since that time, I have observed a substantial reduction in the insect populations. Weeds will always be a problem but the loose organic soil makes them easy to pull. Our organic garden has afforded me and my family the piece of mind to walk on the lawn in bare feet and eat vegetables right from the garden.

That being said, I have another area of my environment that concerns me. I design and manufacture a rainwater harvesting system called The Original Rainwater Pillow. This business venture has required a deep study of water. I am often asked "Why should we harvest rainwater in areas where water is plentiful?" The fact is the more developed an area is, the more pollution there will be in the water sources. Impervious surfaces create storm water run-off that pollutes our ground water, streams and rivers. Rain is the cleanest water on earth before it touches a surface, but once it hits an impervious surface it washes the surface of debris and dumps the pollutants into our drinking water sources.

Atlanta and the surrounding metropolitan areas require over 500 million gallons of fresh water per day.(1) Most of the water is supplied from surface water ( rivers and reservoir ) and requires extensive treatment to insure that it meets EPA standards before it reaches the tap. The incredible quantity of water required daily impedes the municipal water treatment system's ability to removal a variety of pollutants in our drinking water. It is well cited that these pollutants are on a very small scale and should have no affect on a healthy individual. Some of the common pollutants are pharmaceutical drugs(2) and a long list of industrial chemicals(3). These chemicals mainly enter our water system through storm water run-off and raw sewage overflow creating challenges for Atlanta's water quality.

My concern with using municipal water in organic vegetable gardening is the fact that plants are basically water filters. As a plant grows it absorbs water and pollutants. It then transpires pure H2O into the atmosphere and the pollutants collect in the plant tissues. This filtering continues as long as the plant grows. The older the plant are the more pollutants present in the plants tissue. The efficiency of absorption varies with plant species and the size of the molecules of the pollutants.

The premise of growing vegetables organically is to produce the cleanest healthiest vegetables possible. But irrigating with municipal water and it's associated pollutants reduces the quality of the organic produce. The degree of contamination is dependent on many factors but the biggest issue is that we have no idea what the pollutants are and how they will affect us over long periods of time. It could be many years before we know or understand the long term affects of the chemical accumulation of pollutants in our drinking water and in our organic gardens. Our bodies might simply not be affected or evolve to assimilate these pollutants. But the fact remains that pollutants in our produce are measurable and steps should be taken to reduce or eliminate these pollutants.

The easiest way to overcome this issue is to collect rainwater. Water that falls from the sky has been pre-filtered thus making rainwater the cleanest water on earth. A well designed rainwater harvesting system will provide the highest quality water for potable and non-potable uses. The first consideration in selecting a rainwater harvesting system is to determine where and how you are going to store the water. A large variety of different catchment vessels are available from pillows to in ground cistern to various shapes of above ground tank. The size of a system is based on your collection potential (average annual rainfall ) and your water use needs. The other necessary components of a rainwater harvesting system include a collection area (usually a roof), a pre-filter prior to storage and a pump. For potable water systems, minor additional filters and UV light can provide the cleanest drinking water readily available.

Rainwater harvesting is a proven technology with the direct benefits of source point collection and use, which almost eliminates the energy cost necessary to provide water from any other source. Equally as important is the benefit of reducing storm water run off which is polluting other water resources. Rainwater Harvesting is one more option available to make our organic gardens simply more organic.
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Sustainable Living: Geothermal Energy

Geothermal Energy is the heat from the Earth. It's clean and sustainable. Resources of geothermal energy range from the shallow ground to hot water and hot rock found a few miles beneath the Earth's surface, and down even deeper to the extremely high temperatures of molten rock called magma.

Almost everywhere, the shallow ground or upper 10 feet of the Earth's surface maintains a nearly constant temperature between 50° and 60°F (10° and 16°C). Geothermal heat pumps can tap into this resource to heat and cool buildings. A geothermal heat pump system consists of a heat pump, an air delivery system (ductwork), and a heat exchanger-a system of pipes buried in the shallow ground near the building. In the winter, the heat pump removes heat from the heat exchanger and pumps it into the indoor air delivery system. In the summer, the process is reversed, and the heat pump moves heat from the indoor air into the heat exchanger. The heat removed from the indoor air during the summer can also be used to provide a free source of hot water.

In the United States, most geothermal reservoirs of hot water are located in the western states, Alaska, and Hawaii. Wells can be drilled into underground reservoirs for the generation of electricity. Some geothermal power plants use the steam from a reservoir to power a turbine/generator, while others use the hot water to boil a working fluid that vaporizes and then turns a turbine. Hot water near the surface of Earth can be used directly for heat. Direct-use applications include heating buildings, growing plants in greenhouses, drying crops, heating water at fish farms, and several industrial processes such as pasteurizing milk.

Hot dry rock resources occur at depths of 3 to 5 miles everywhere beneath the Earth's surface and at lesser depths in certain areas. Access to these resources involves injecting cold water down one well, circulating it through hot fractured rock, and drawing off the heated water from another well. Currently, there are no commercial applications of this technology. Existing technology also does not yet allow recovery of heat directly from magma, the very deep and most powerful resource of geothermal energy.

Many technologies have been developed to take advantage of geothermal energy - the heat from the earth. This may in the long run provide a sygnificant form of our renewable energy mix.

Geothermal Heat Pumps

The shallow ground, the upper 10 feet of the Earth, maintains a nearly constant temperature between 50° and 60°F (10°–16°C). Like a cave, this ground temperature is warmer than the air above it in the winter and cooler than the air in the summer. Geothermal heat pumps take advantage of this resource to heat and cool buildings.

Geothermal heat pump systems consist of basically three parts: the ground heat exchanger, the heat pump unit, and the airdelivery system (ductwork). The heat exchanger is basically a system of pipes called a loop, which is buried in the shallow ground near the building. A fluid (usually water or a mixture of water and antifreeze) circulates through the pipes to absorb or relinquish heat within the ground.

In the winter, the heat pump removes heat from the heat exchanger and pumps it into the indoor air delivery system. In the summer, the process is reversed, and the heat pump moves heat from the indoor air into the heat exchanger. The heat removed from the indoor air during the summer can also be used to heat water, providing a free source of hot water.

Geothermal heat pumps use much less energy than conventional heating systems, since they draw heat from the ground. They are also more efficient when cooling your home. Not only does this save energy and money, it reduces air pollution. All areas of the United States have nearly constant shallow - ground temperatures, which are suitable for geothermal heat pumps.
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The Guide to Home Geothermal Energy

By Harry Sawyers

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Efficient and economical, geothermal heats, cools and cuts fossil fuel use at home. Whether you're in sunny Florida, or snowy New Hampshire, a ground-fed climate system can free a consumer from fluctuating energy prices and save money on power bills immediately. Here's how it works.

"You're not making heat, you're moving heat," Colorado geothermal installer Jim Lynch says. Installations like Lynch's tap into the earth below the frost line--which always stays around 50 degrees Fahrenheit--to reduce a home's heating and cooling loads. All HVAC systems require energy-intensive heat movement, a task responsible for over half of the average house's total energy demand. Geothermal works more efficiently because the system's mild starting point creates an efficient shortcut to the target temperature. Imagine a 100-degree Florida day or a 0-degree Michigan night: Spot the system 50 degrees, and it doesn't work so hard to get the house comfortable.

Unlike wind and solar, geothermal's power source never varies.

Bob Brown, vice president of engineering with equipment maker Water­Furnace, says, "The ground's there all the time. It's great for heating and it's great for cooling. All I've got to do is bury a plastic pipe, put fluid in and, lo and behold, I've got a great system."

How Geothermal Happens

- In the ground: A water-filled, closed loop of 1-inch high-density polyethylene (HDPE) pipe ferries heat between the earth and the house. Pipes descend 4- to 6-inch-diameter vertical wells--the number and depth depend on the house's site and size--before ganging together in a header and bringing lukewarm water in through the basement walls. Drillers backfill each hole with bentonite grout (or new enhanced grouts, engineered with fly ash) to maximize thermal conductivity.

- In the house: Pumps cycle water through the pipe loop to the heart of the system: the geothermal unit, which acts as furnace and air conditioner. This machine uses refrigerant and the temperate water from the underground pipes to heat or cool air. The air is then circulated through standard ductwork. With a device called a desuperheater, the unit uses excess heat to warm up domestic hot water at no added cost. The results feel the same as those from any standard forced-air HVAC system.

The Flow

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Air in the ducts (1), refrigerant in the geothermal unit (2), and water in pipes (3) flow past each other like interlocking gears. Water brought from underground transfers heat to the refrigerant, or absorbs heat from it, depending on the season. Like an air conditioner, the unit compresses or expands the refrigerant to raise or lower its temperature. Finally, the refrigerant, now heated to 180 F or chilled to 40 F, fills condenser/evaporator coils. Air in the ducts blows across the coils to be cooled or warmed, then flows through the house.

The Supplies

- The bit: This mud-drilling bit grinds soft earth and funnels it back into hollow, 20-foot drill-shank sections. Corkscrew auger bits, in contrast, pound through solid rock. A new mud bit spinning at 1000 rpm, pushing downward with between 300 and 500 pounds of pressure, is good for five 150-foot holes.

- The pipe: Water-filled HDPE pipes absorb heat through their walls. This sawed-off cross-section shows two pipes fused in a butt joint made by pressing the molten edges together at over 500 F. The joint, stronger than the walls of the pipe itself, resists rust, rot and leaks for a purported 200-year life span.

- The unit: A combined furnace and air conditioner, the geothermal unit manages all-season climate control from the basement. Using the same principles as a refrigerator, which removes heat from food, this machine and the buried pipe remove heat from the earth or from the house. Wired to a 50-amp circuit, it works without venting, combustion or risk of carbon-monoxide poisoning.

The Setup

Vertical coils (1) fuel a system by using less total HDPE pipe than horizontal coils (2), in which loops of pipe fill shallow trenches exposed to constant heat just below the frost line. In pond systems (3), a blanket of water insulates coils anchored on racks. Hard ground can inhibit deep digging, stopping Colorado installers like Jim Lynch from doing simple vertical work: "Texas, Nebraska--that's some easy drilling down there," Lynch says. His clients receive options 2 and 3. If an existing system gets a geothermal upgrade, it may operate as geothermal 90 percent of the time, while the old boiler or furnace fires up only on the coldest days of the year. The payback period on retrofits averages 12 to 15 years; on new installations, it can get as low as three to six.

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Money Saved

A typical 2000-square-foot home in Commack, N.Y., was recently retrofitted with a geothermal system. Tax credits, the inefficiency of the existing system and a low-interest loan combined to create immediate savings. The monthly payment is now $24 lower than the old monthly HVAC expense.

Installation cost: $30,000 -- $11,000 (tax credit) = $19,000
Annual costs: $3945 (old system) -- $2076 (geo) = $1869 saved
Payback period: $19,000 / $1869 = 10.17 years
Monthly fuel costs for old system: $329
Monthly geothermal costs: $173 (power) + $132 (loan) = $305

Geothermal Misconceptions

1. It's a geyser. Hot springs and other steamy subterranean liquids are not related to residential geothermal. Those are unusual local seismic circumstances. Home systems work everywhere.

2. The water table is in the way. Installers drill straight through it. On Long Island, where the water table is just a few feet below the surface, saturated sand makes for some of the best drilling and most efficient heat transfer possible.

3. It generates electricity. Industrial-scale geothermal power plants can generate electricity. Home systems don't--but they do save electricity (or fuel) by replacing conventional home heating and cooling with more efficient equipment.
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Cedar Resin - the Nature's Miracle

Siberian Cedar Resin

The majority of articles and abstracts about resin point out that it is named "zhivitsa" in Russian thanks to its ability to heal wounds effectively and rapidly (the verb "to heal" in Russian, zazhivit, has the same root). This is, of course, true, but there are other, more substantial reasons for such an evocative name. According to Jack Tresidder's dictionary of symbols, resin signifies immortality, a symbolism based on the popular belief that resin is the undying spirit of long-living trees.

Many examples may be cited of the special relationship of various peoples to this mysterious substance, but the purpose of this article is to solve the riddle of this unanimity: perhaps our ancestors knew something about resin that we are only just beginning to learn through the misty veil of time.

So, where shall we begin? I, for example, would be interested to discover just what botanists and chemists think about resin. If you do the maximum amount of sifting through the scientific slang, you find the following. Resin is a substance excreted by plants during normal physiological metabolism, and also in the event of physical injuries for the healing of their own flesh. It is produced by special tissues of the roots, leaves, wood, and internal bark - the sapwood. The living epithelial cells in which resin is formed divide, forming resin channels or passageways. These channels are often strongly branched, so that in the event of an injury to one of them, the wood resin begins to flow to the injured portion from far away. Scientists are surprised that sometimes wood resin is found inside cells and cell membranes. It is not being used as reserve nutrients, so what is the biological sense of the presence of wood resin there where it should not be? I have a hypothesis that the wood resin appears in cells and cell membranes when the necessity arises for the plant to defend itself against the unfavourable effect of the environment. When reacting with oxygen, wood resins easily oxidize, and in the oxidized state become unusually resistant to external influences (it is interesting that this circumstance is well known to scientists, but they have not succeeded in analyzing it and coming to any conclusions). Wood resin exerts a similar action on the human organism as well. When you ingest resin, you are insured for several hours against the harmful influence of toxins entering from the environment.

What is resin made up of? Volatile substances make up 30-35%: resinous spirits and their ethers (turpentine and its derivatives), and oxygen compounds. There is a wide spectrum of fatty and resin acids (including succinic acid), plant matter, vitamins C and D, and also substances of an obscure nature, known under the name of rubbers. Wood resins included in the composition of resin are substances that are hard and amorphous - that is, they do not have a crystalline structure. They do not dissolve in water, but yield to organic solvents, such as alcohol, and fatty and essential oils.

Wood resin molecules are connected to each other not by chemical bonds, but by intermolecular cohesive forces, which are easily disrupted when heated or dissolved. In the process, on the surface of solutions appear free, unconnected molecules of the resin components that have a large supply of free energy. Because of this energy, they are able to capture and hold molecules of other substances that approach the surface of the solution. This property of wood resin makes it possible to concentrate or intensify its properties by the addition of other natural components.

So, let us repeat, wood resin is found in the state of a volatile solution in plants, and this substance is called "resin (zhivitsa)." Over time, the essential oil evaporates, the resin hardens, losing its stickiness and strong aroma. Even so, a small quantity of essential oil still remains. Even amber, which has lain for tens of millions of years in the earth and become hard as rock, contains approximately 6% essential oil. It can be completely removed only by distillation, that is, heating it to a high temperature.

The amazing long life of wood resins can be explained by their suppressive action on microflora, which, on the one hand, cannot use wood resin as a nutritive substrate, and which, on the other hand, dies under the effect of its bactericidal properties. And the main thing is these properties may be preserved over the course of millennia.

You must agree that all this is interesting. And for a person who has experience in using resin, this explains much. Once ingested, it accurately but relentlessly, like an experienced employee of a cleaning service, cleans out everything that it considers unnecessary and foreign in the living organism, moreover, notice, it protects the organism from the aggressive effect of the environment, which in our time is never ending.

And now, let us clarify: what is "everything"? No one will deny that what is unnecessary in our organism includes parasites, moulds, fungi, all types of pathogenic microorganisms and radionuclides.

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A special miracle is the "behaviour" of resin with respect to bacteria. Performing the function of an antiseptic and antibiotic, it acts intelligently and selectively, and recognizes useful microflora, supports and restores it, but destroys and recycles pathogenic microflora, which, by the way, suppresses the development of "native" microorganisms.

And viruses! Here I propose a short tour of the subject.

All representatives of the earth's flora and fauna have genetic links to viruses. Of the human genome, 30% consists of information copied by virus-like elements, which can cause mutations, including such significant ones as chromosomal reorganization. Some of them, that is, the most promising, obtain a selective advantage. This is constructive, since the organism must manage to adapt to the continually changing conditions of existence. And in our time, changes in the living environment have acquired exceptionally high-speed characteristics. Notice that for the present we are speaking about natural changes related to evolutionary processes.

This suggests the conclusion: a certain category of virus-like elements are the material carriers of the program for the development of all living organisms.

But there are thousands of varieties of other viruses. Killer viruses. Their prime living environment is the intracellular and intercellular space, there are also those that damage the cell nucleus. In the event of an infection in the cell, special mechanisms for antiviral defence are activated. The affected cells begin to synthesize signal molecules - interferons - which take the surrounding healthy cells to an antiviral state and activate the immune systems. The damage produced by the multiplication of the virus in the cell can be detected by systems of intracellular monitoring, and this cell will have to terminate its life in the course of the process known as apoptosis (programmed cell death).

The virus's survival directly depends on its ability to overcome antiviral defence systems. Therefore, it is not surprising that many viruses in the process of evolution have acquired the ability to suppress the synthesis of interferons and deceive the apoptosis program. In essence, the virus begins, with impunity, to reprogram the host cell. Some of these may enter a latent state, practically not interfering with the processes occurring in the cell. They are activated in certain conditions. The multiplication strategy of several bacteriophages, for example, is constructed in this way - as long as the infected cell is in a favourable environment, the bacteriophage does not kill it, but in this case is inherited by daughter cells and is quite often integrated into the cell's genome. When the cell enters into an unfavourable environment, the pathogen takes control of cellular processes in such a way that the cell begins to produce the materials from which new bacteriophages are made (the so-called lytic, or cell-destroying stage). The cell turns into a factory capable of producing many thousands of bacteriophages and, having multiplied repeatedly, they burst the membrane, thus killing the cell. This phenomenon is related to the appearance of certain oncological diseases.

In general, all diseases are caused by morphological change - gross non-inherited changes in the phenotype of the organism under the influence of extreme environmental factors. And here I have in mind the aggressive nature of the environment caused by inappropriate human activity.

So, the claim exists that viruses that take root inside a cell, especially in a cell nucleus, are impossible to remove, even with the use of the most modern methods of cleansing.

This claim is true, but just not for resin. Since it easily penetrates a membrane, resin destroys and removes from a cell not only all viruses, but poisons as well, toxins of varying origin, including those from intensive chemotherapy, and foreign bodies, for example, radionuclides and heavy metal salts.

Moreover resin neutralizes the consequences of such human "inventions" as alcohol, tobacco, vaccinations, modern methods of processing and storing food products.

Ultrasound examinations are quite another topic! I have the impression that few people know about the harmful influence an ultrasound examination has on the organism. Although the truth is not hidden from us. The results of experiments done by biological scientists are published, although not widely. A chromosome, placed in clean water, emits pleasant melodic sounds, moreover the musical phrases never repeat. The sound is coded information, and in this circumstance, it is genetic. After a chromosome is acted upon by ultrasound of the frequency used in an ultrasound examination, the melodic sound is replaced by a plaintive drone. This means that a portion of the genetic information has been destroyed.

What to do about this? A majority of people have experienced ultrasound examinations repeatedly! And it is especially a pity for pregnant women.

In these cases, wood resin is genuine salvation. When wood resin comes into contact with the human genetic system, it eliminates the destructive programs that have taken root in the genome and restores the lost natural programs. This property to some extent is possessed by all biopolymers, but the most universal in their action on the human organism are the resins of the Siberian cedar and larch. The results of many years of practical experience confirm the possibility of genetic rehabilitation. I shall illustrate with this example: a novice user of a personal computer, having removed files from his Trash, thinks that he has gotten rid of them forever, but any programmer can restore the lost information in a few minutes. Thus also, a person cannot irretrievably lose anything that Nature has endowed him with.

Within this topic it is interesting to compare the properties of resin and water. Water is a very sensitive, mobile, and responsive substance. It may be conveniently used as a carrier of information - it can be recorded, overwritten, cleared, and given the properties necessary for the solution of a concrete problem. Resin, on the other hand, carries standardized natural (or divine, if you like) information, and a person cannot influence, erase, or reprogram this information. Thanks to this property, resin indeed fulfills its basic mission: to revitalize and revive, clean, restore what was lost, and protect from harm. That is, to preserve.

Nikolay Mechin
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Professor B. M. Doronin, PhD
Novosibirsk State Medical University
Department of Neurology

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The phytotherapy of neurotic disorders is traditionally appealing because of its gentle action, high degree of safety, and, as a result, the possibility of long-term use while maintaining a fairly high degree of effectiveness.

Neurotic disturbances are accompanied by various somatic illnesses encountered in the practice of the attending physician. This is related to the unfavourable influence on the human organism of various factors, such as smoking, the use of alcohol, obesity, an unfavourable ecological environment, and negative industrial factors. The influence of these factors sharply lowers the resistance of the organism to the effect of physical and mental loads, and in the final analysis reduces one's ability to work. In the case of a lengthy, chronic influence, disturbances of the cardio-vascular and nervous systems develop, immunological reactivity is lowered. A disruption of the nervous system leads to the development of such pathological conditions as anxiety, depression, sleep disorders, and other neurotic reactions, right up to panic attacks. The preventive treatment of neurotic disturbances is an essential therapeutic action for persons from a similar risk group.

The Siberian cedar is a symbol of strength, longevity, and stability. Even by simply entering a cedar forest we feel that it has become easier to breathe, gloomy thoughts disappear, and we feel inwardly at peace. The main virtue of the Siberian cedar is its seeds (nuts). For a long time, the collecting of cedar nuts has been considered one of the more important industries of the residents of Siberia and the Urals. The cedar nut oil extracted from the nut has from the earliest times been considered a delicacy.

The oil of the Siberian cedar nut is a natural product made in Russia. Siberian cedar nut oil bearing the Ringing Cedars of Russia trademark is obtained by the method of the cold pressing of choice nuts according to a technology that has been preserved, which retains all the medicinal properties of the oil endowed by nature.

Siberian cedar nut oil is a thick transparent fluid, its colour is light yellow or golden amber, it has a wonderful nutty aroma. Siberian cedar nut oil can replace any vegetable oil - sea buckthorn, burdock, coconut, olive, almond, and others. But it is impossible to replace cedar nut oil in all its value.

The biological value of Siberian cedar nut oil is determined by the high content of the following in its composition:
- polyunsaturated fatty acids (linoleic, linolenic, oleic), no less than 60%;
- vitamins of the groups A (carotinoids), B1 (thiamine), B2 (riboflavin);
- irreplaceable amino acids;
- vitally important trace elements (iodine, phosphorus, potassium, magnesium, manganese, copper, zinc, cobalt, and others).

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Siberian cedar nut oil is a natural concentrated source of vitamin E and polyunsaturated fatty acids, which are not synthesized in the human body and must enter the body only with food.

The high medical value of Siberian cedar nut oil bearing the Ringing Cedars of Russia trademark is corroborated by its chemical compositions. It exceeds all known oils in quantity of phosphatidic phosphorus. This is a valuable nutritional product that has a positive effect on the human body owing to the content of magnesium, which is irreplaceable in the treatment of disorders of a neurological nature.

Magnesium possesses the ability to dilate the blood vessels and reduce the heightened excitability of nerve cells.

Vitamins of the E group have a high oxidant activity. The positive influence of vitamin E on the functioning of the sexual and other endocrine glands is widely known.

Vitamin A has an influence on the growth and development of the body, and increases the immunological resistance of the body in many infections.

It is well known that a chronic deficiency of polyunsaturated fatty acids and vitamin E can be the cause of the development of atherosclerosis, diabetes, skin disorders, chronic fatigue syndrome, and the premature aging of the body. Supplements of these components, which are contained to a sufficient degree in cedar nut oil, enable the conditions in questions to be prevented and treated.

Siberian cedar nut oil bearing the Ringing Cedars of Russia trademark is used in the treatment of many disorders, it is an effective natural antioxidant. It is widely used in neurology. In the first place, it is indispensable for those people who lead an active lifestyle and are in a state of psychological and emotional stress on a daily basis.

Taking Siberian cedar nut oil assists in eliminating chronic fatigue syndrome, increases the adaptive capacities of the body, it has a general fortifying effect, improves the composition of the blood, promotes an increase in the level of hemoglobin, and regulates lipid metabolism, owing to the normalization of the lipid profile.

Siberian cedar nut oil is recommended for the normalization of the activity of the nervous system: to slow down the aging processes, and maintain a high capacity for work and state of well-being into extreme old age.

Recommendations for use: one teaspoon two to three times a day, with meals, which ensures an adequate level of the requirement of polyunsaturated fatty acids at 22% (12.5 g), vitamin E at 20% (2.0 mg).

The course of treatment is one month. A noticeable therapeutic effect occurs even after two weeks of use.

For the treatment of neurological disorders, Siberian cedar nut oil is also used in the form of external applications. For example, in the comprehensive treatment of neuropathy of the trigeminal nerve, the external cutaneous nerve of the thigh, the glossopharyngeal nerve, intercostal neuralgia, and other disorders accompanied by the pain syndrome.

At the sign of the first symptoms of neuralgia, a small quantity of oil should be rubbed in the area of the severe painful sensations. The greatest effect may be obtained if a bath is taken first, or the painful area is heated, in addition it may be combined with the oils of cloves or rosemary in equal proportions.

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The demand for high-quality Pine nut oil was always high, as was its price. Unfortunately, there also existed the problem of counterfeiting the medicinal Pine nut oil, or in its place providing oil intended only for culinary or technical purposes. The peculiarity lies in the fact that there exist several basic ways of obtaining Pine nut oil: cold pressing, thermal or hot pressing, and extraction using various substances. In all these situations, externally, the oil obtained is practically indistinguishable—an amber yellow colour, with a slight, specific Pine aroma and taste. But its medicinal properties are different.

In cold pressing, the kernels, cleaned of their shells, are placed in a wooden press. The oil obtained settles or is filtered. During the processing, the oil is not permitted to come into contact with any metal parts. The Pine nut oil thus obtained is extremely wholesome, and is widely used in traditional medicine and cosmetology. This method is the most costly, but the result is of the highest quality.

To obtain low quality Pine nut oil, crushed kernels 1–2 mm in size are exhaustively extracted using diethyl ether in a Soxhlet apparatus over four to five hours. The ether was removed from the resulting extract by distillation in a vacuum, and Pine nut oil was obtained with an average yield of 60% calculated on an initial raw material dried at a temperature of 55 deg. C.

Some producers often refer to this type of "Pine nut oil" as Pine nut oil obtained by cold pressing and being extra virgin. It is very cheap, but at the same time provides enormous profits to its distributors. This type of oil, of course, does not possess the medicinal properties of genuine Pine oil obtained by cold pressing. Most often, Pine nut oil obtained by the above method is produced in China and Europe, but lately, in the pursuit of profits, this type of oil has begun to be obtained in Siberia, Russia.

Without conducting a special analysis, only a few people are able to determine the production method of the oil solely by its appearance and taste. For that reason, it is advisable to be extremely cautious when buying Pine nut oil. When purchasing from Internet stores or pharmacies, attention should be paid to the presence of authoritative studies made by scientists and medical specialists, since it does not pay producers to study Pine nut oil produced by the hot pressing or extraction method. If the producer or the seller arouses any doubt, it is better to decline the purchase. To date, I am aware of only several producers of Pine nut oil that sell their own products, including through the Internet. These are and You will always find high quality Pine nut oil and acceptable prices on these web sites.

Professor B. M. Doronin, PhD
Novosibirsk State Medical University
Department of Neurology
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The brand name "THE RINGING CEDARS OF RUSSIA" stands for business integrity, decency and the highest possible quality of product. All products marketed under this brand name convey the primordial power of Nature and the warmth of our hearts. We offer:

A variety of high-quality cedar products, including cedar nuts and cedar nut oil.

Huge plantations of cedar trees grow in the Siberian taiga, said to be the ecologically purest area of the world. The virgin forest of the taiga has never been treated with any chemicals or artificial fertilisation, nor abused by agricultural machines.

Cedar nuts (the seeds of the cedar tree) take two years to mature, during which time the tree accumulates a huge volume of positive cosmic energy. Crops of nuts are harvested manually by people lovingly devoted to this task, working in a pleasant environment without undue haste to create unique products full of positive energy reflecting the infinite powers of Nature. Specific preparations include:

We pick only cedar cones which fall naturally from the trees, thus ensuring that only ripe cones are selected. We always avoid hitting the trees to shake unripe cedar cones down (as happens with some other commercial operations) -- a practice which causes the nuts to lose their healing power.

Cones are then manually shelled with the help of wooden shell-removers. Nut centres are separated from their shells using wooden rollers.

Cedar nut oil and cedar nut flour marketed under our brand name are obtained by the cold-pressure method, using manual wooden oil-presses.

Cedar nut oil is then stored in special containers and packed in a small village near Novosibirsk by name "Kandayrovo" using unique technology to avoid any contact with metal. The whole process is strictly supervised to ensure it complies with all sanitary requirements.

Final products are placed in special packaging to prevent daylight penetration, and stored at a temperature of 0C to +5C to better preserve the product's natural components. The resulting product is a bright gold-coloured liquid with the pleasant smell of cedar nuts. It is a 100% natural product with strong healing powers.


Siberian Cedar nuts (cedar nuts) contain about 60% oil. They are therefore pressed to obtain Cedar nut oil, which is available on the market as a very expensive gourmet cooking oil. Cold pressing in all-wooden presses is preferred to retain the nutritional properties of nuts and derive the oil of highest quality.

The Cedar nut oil bearing "The Ringing Cedars of Russia" brand comes exclusively from wild-harvested Siberian Cedar nuts - one of the most nutritious Cedar nuts in the world. In comparison, other Cedar nut oils are usually pressed from the Italian pignolia Cedar nuts, which are not nearly as potent and are often harvested from trees growing in plantations. Our Siberian Cedar nut oil is extra virgin (100% cold pressed from freshly shelled raw Siberian Cedar nuts), whereas most Cedar nut oils on the market are either not cold pressed or even pressed from roasted (!) Cedar nuts, which significantly decreases the oil value. Finally, "The Ringing Cedars of Russia" Siberian Cedar nut oil is the only one which is available on the market anywhere in the world pressed with wooden presses in accordance with traditional techniques described in Vladimir Megre's life-changing book "The Ringing Cedars of Russia". In contrast, all other Cedar nut oils are pressed using steel presses, which immediately degrades them (contact with steel oxidizes some of the Cedar nut oil's most important ingredients such as vitamins, and is known to remove the 'life force' from the oil).

Cedar nut oil has also traditionally been used in ancient Russian and European natural medicine to cure a wide array of ailments - ingested (decreasing blood pressure, boosting immune system resistance, etc.) or applied externally (a range of dermatological disorders). It is also used in expensive cosmetics.

Cedar nut oil contains pinolenic acid, a polyunsaturated fatty acid, and is marketed in the U.S. as a means stimulate cell proliferation, prevent hypertension, decrease blood lipid and blood sugar, and inhibit allergic reactions.



1 cup quinoa
1 cup sweet onion diced
1 clove garlic, finely minced
1/4 cup cedar nuts
2 cups mushrooms, diced
1/2 cup apple diced
2 small sugar pumpkins


Hollow out pumpkin. In a 350 degree oven, cook face down for 1 hour. Prepare 1 cup of quinoa. Saute onion and garlic, add mushrooms and apple and brown. Mix quinoa, mushroom mixture and cedar nuts.

Fill pumpkins. Brown lightly in a low oven (200 degrees Fahrenheit). Serve your Mushroom Stuffed Pumpkin.


1 c. pearl barley
1/4-1/2 c. cedar nuts
3 tbsp. butter
1 med. onion, chopped
1/2 c. minced parsley
1/4 c. minced chives
1/4 tsp. salt
1/4 tsp. freshly ground pepper
3 c. vegetable stock
Chopped parsley for garnish


Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Rinse and drain barley. Toast cedar nuts in 1 tablespoon butter. Remove nuts with slotted spoon and set aside.

Add remaining 2 tablespoons butter to skillet, add onion and barley, stirring until barley is toasted. Stir in nuts, parsley, chives, salt and pepper. Spoon into a 1 1/2 quart casserole. Pour hot stock over casserole and mix well. Bake uncovered 1 hour and 15 minutes. Garnish chopped parsley.


1 lb. med. asparagus, trimmed and peeled
1 tsp. unsalted butter
1/2 c. grated Gruyere cheese
3 tbsp. cedar nuts
1 tbsp. cedar nut oil
Freshly ground black pepper


Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In a large, oven-proof skillet, melt the butter over medium heat. Line up the asparagus on the bottom, with the tips facing in one directions. Add 3 tablespoons of water and cover the skillet. Position it so that the thicker ends of the stalks are over the center of the burner, and steam the asparagus for 2 minutes. Remove the skillet from the heat, and sprinkle the cheese over the stems, but not the tips. Strew the cedar nuts on the cheese, then dribble the oil on top. Sprinkle the asparagus with pepper.

Place the skillet in the oven, and bake, uncovered, until the cheese has melted, about 5 minutes. Serve bubbling hot.;


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2. Q: How the extract is made?

A: The extract is made by inserting cedar resin in the Cedar Nut Oil and are kept there under a vacuum for certain time, until Oil extracts all the minerals, nutrients and vitamins as well as natural color from the berries.

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Resin has a lot of energy, it is a perfect anticeptic, strengthens the immune system. Resin Oil Extract is great for infections, viral diseases, colds, soar throats.

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Cedar nut flakes wonderfully enrich diet of a bodybuilder. The protein of cedar nut flakes excels the ideal protein as it contains more histidine, methionine, cysteine, and tryptophan amino acids, and has well balanced chemical composition. The carbohydrate structure of a cedar nut kernel is presented by polysaccharides (starch, cellulose, pentosans and dextrins) and water-soluble sugars (glucose, fructose, sucrose and raffinose). According to results of medical researches the similar protein promotes dissolution of harmful cholesterol in blood and helps preventing cancer cell growth.

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