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Re: Sea salt in gardens
I seldom speak up. I really enjoy the things that I learn here, but most often feel that my input would not help the discussion. but in this case I may have something that might be of consequence. I have lived on 2 coasts, first the wonderfull NorthWest. and after that the Texas Gulf Coast.
The Northwest is fantastic and beautifull, and so very green, possibly because of a mix of salt air and abundant rainfall.. the gulf coast is beautiful, but in a much different way, more scrub growth and coastal grasses, possibly because of much more salt air and very little rainfall, I really don’t know.
Here is a link to an interview with John Hartman, CEO of Ocean Grown. by Kevin Gianni:
http://renegadehealth.com/blog/2010/ 02/23/ocean-grown-to- get-more-minerals-in-your-foods/
I hope this information is beneficial to someone.
Love and Peace in these trying times.
“Illness occurs when the body’s systems are toxic and out-of-balance. One must treat the body as a whole, rather than a series of parts.”
(464-370 B.C. – Father of Medicine)