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Herbs of Folklore and Modern Medicine: White Willow, Aloe Vera, and Garlic
Many of the medicinal herbs we use today have been studied by modern science for application in today’s medical field. These studies have shown that our ancestral folk uses of these herbs were very much correct in their applications. Here we will explore...
Earth Mysteries >> Herbalism
Make Your Voice Heard As You Tread Gently On Our Mother Earth
Making Your Voice Heard Before buying crystals, remember to ask where the crystal comes from and how it was mined. A lot of crystals are strip mined, which is very harmful to the land, and when handled often have a feeling of being psychically fractured or...
Paganism & Wicca >> Daily Life
Paganism & Wicca >> Ritual
Colchicum autumnale
This beautiful but very poisonous plant grows in moisty meadow-lands and woods; it will disappear when the ground is too dry. In ancient Greek medicine this plant was known as 'the soul of the joints' because it cured the acute pains of rheumatism and gout....
Remedies >> Remedies C
Ostara - The Vernal Equimox
ABOUT OSTARA | RITUAL | FOODS | REFERENCES ABOUT OSTARA Ostara (pronounced Oh-star-ah) is also called Eostre, Easter, Vernal Equinox, Spring Equinox, and the First Day of Spring. This is the time of year when day & night are equal, and heralds the return of...
Holidays >> Ostara
What is hypnotic trance? Does it provide unusual physical or mental capacities?
2.1 'Trance;' descriptive or misleading? Most of the classical notions of hypnosis have long held that hypnosis was special in some way from other types of interpersonal communication and that an induction (preparatory process considered by some to be...
Parapsychology >> Hypnosis
Hypnosis, volition, and mind control.
5.1. Is the hypnotist in control of me? The exact nature of what we experience as 'will' or volition is anage-old philosophical problem that has yet to be resolved by brain scientistsor psychologists. Some aspects of hypnotic responding point out weaknesses...
Parapsychology >> Hypnosis

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Titrimetric and Polarographic Determination of Carminic Acid and its
The natural products carmine and carminic acid have been used
carminic acid the most common pigment, widely used as red colouring agent ( CAS Reg.
Electrooxidation of hydrazine by carminic acid as a mediator on a
Red Cochineal Dye (Carminic Acid): Its Role in Nature
Carminic acid, the well-known red dyestufffrom cochineal insects (Dac- tylopius spp. which is undeterred by carminic acid andfeeds on cochineals.
Carminic acid
Material Safety Data Sheet. Carminic acid sc-214669. Hazard Alert Code Key: EXTREME.

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Summertime Has Us Experimenting With Aperitifs
The color is a deep, blood orange, created by the addition of carmine (aka Natural Red #4, also found in Ocean Spray cranberry juice), which is derived from carminic acid, which is produced by, well, bugs.

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Carminic acid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Carminic acid (C22H20O13) is a red glucosidal hydroxyanthrapurin that occurs naturally in some scale insects, such as the cochineal and the Polish cochineal.
Carminic Acid (No, seriously, you're eating bugs) : Molecule of the Day
Jan 30, 2008 This one always shocks people the first time they hear it. : Cochineal, Carmine, Carminic acid (E120)> Topics > Food components > Food colours > Natural food colours > Cochineal. Cochineal, Carmine, Carminic acid (E120).
CAS - Molecule of the Week - Carminic acid
Feb 5, 2006 Carminic Acid is a natural red dye used in everything from cosmetics to food to ink; it is commonly called Carmine or Crimson lake.

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