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- Water Wisdon
- If you are lucky enough to live near mineral springs that naturally flow from the EarthMother's body, then you are lucky enough. If you do not live near mineral springs, locate some somewhere and make a pilgrimage there (weekly, monthly, annually, as often...
The Elements >> Water
- History of Egyptian Medicine and Philosophy
- When medical knowledge past is considered, lack of aseptic technique, pain-killing drugs and antibiotics are an accepted part of our modern legend of these ancient healing practices. You will find that none of this is true when it comes to Ancient Egypt....
Religions >> Egyptian
- (related to Aryan for "Boat") The Goddess of Death. She is said to secretly cast up a little bone ("Navya kostochka" = `Nav's bone') in a victim's food, and when the fragment is swallowed, they die. Her sacred day was "Naviy den"...
Deities & Heros >> Slavic
- King James Bible: Numbers, Chapter 19
- Chapter 19 19:1 And the LORD spake unto Moses and unto Aaron, saying, 19:2 This is the ordinance of the law which the LORD hath commanded, saying, Speak unto the children of Israel, that they bring thee a red heifer without spot, wherein is no blemish, and...
Old Testament >> Numbers
- Valerian Root, All About
- True Wild Valerian Root, Valeriana officinalis The name "Valerian" is derived from the Latin valere , which means "to be strong" and refers to both the health benefits of the plant as well as its distinct odor. The plant was known as "...
Herbalism >> Herbs dictionary V
- Historical Christian Jewelry
- The art of jewelry making evolved though the centuries. In a sense, jewelry is any ornamentation or adornment on the body. Jewelry has been used not only for aesthetic reasons but also as an indication of a person’s status in life.
>> Body Mysteries
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- BRIMAC BONE CHAR
- Bone char is produced by the calcination or "dry distillation" of cattle bones at Bone char has also been used in the removal of radioisotopes from water.
- Optimization of regenerated bone char for fluoride removal in
- contact time, regenerated bone char dosage and particle size were respectively, for a sample with bone char material that was regenerated at 5008C .
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- TDIV Q&A: So apparently honey isn't vegan but sugar is okay, isn't it?
- Over half of the cane sugar refineries in the United States use bone char, which is charcoal made from animal bones, as their activated carbon source. As a vegan, this final sugar product is not something that I would consume.
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- Bone char - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Bone char, also known as bone black, ivory black, animal charcoal, or abaiser, is a granular material produced by charring animal bones.
- Bone Char discussion
- In the past a material called 'bone char' was used extensively to remove colour from raw cane sugar in the refining process.
- Bone Char
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- Production of Sugar - The Great Sugar Debate: Is it Vegan?
- Bone char, made from the bones of cows, is at times used to whiten sugar. Some sugar companies use it in filters to decolorize their sugar.
- bone char free sugar companies! - Vegan Products and Standards
- But, if not, avoiding sugar that's been processed with bone char is a relatively simple thing one can do that can really make a difference.
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