Planting Seeds Using DNA?

We have been busy here at Pinedora.  Between the chickens, ducks, grandkids and the weather, its been an interesting winter thus far.  We have already started our seeds for spring/summer crops.  We “should” be having a lot of greens available for picking, even before the Show Low market begins Memorial Day Saturday.  Keep in touch and we will let you know when we will open up for picking yourself.  Hopefully we can maintain the temps inside the greenhouse and not lose them to frosts or below freezing temps.

So, what’s with the DNA growing?  As you are aware, our passion is whole foods, holistic nutrition, natural healing and restoring your health.  I read a book a couple years ago that had a very interesting concept with regard taking things a step further then the Hippocrates saying “Let Food Be Thy Medicine and Thy Medicine Be Food.”  In everything we have and continue to research, theoretically, this should indeed take place.  We are looking to have some people partake in this experiment, those with chronic health conditions.  I am guessing the study/experiment will take anywhere from 4 to 8 months.  We will have room to create 4-6 additional beds or sections for 4-6 people who wish to partake.  If you are interested, contact us for more information and we can see if it will be a viable option.  You must be able to come to our farm from time to time.

Below is an excerpt from a book I read “Anastaia, The Ringing Cedars.”

“Every seed you plant contains within itself an enormous amount of information about the Universe.  Through the help of these data the seed knows the exact time, down to the millisecond, when it is to come alive, grow, what juices it is to take from the Earth, how to make use of the rays of the celestial bodies, the Sun, Moon and stars, what it is to grow into, what fruit to bring forth.

“These fruits are designed to sustain Man’s life.  More powerfully and effectively than any manufactured drugs of the present or future, these fruits are capable of counteracting and withstanding any disease of the human body.  But to this end the seed must know about the human condition.  So that during the maturation process it can satiate its fruit with the right correlation of substances to heal a specific individual of his disease, if indeed he has it or is prone to it.

“Anastasia describes a process to imbue or load information into a seed and communicate more consciously with plants.”

In theory, the seed will have your DNA and will grow and bear fruit that will contain specific nutrients to restore health to that particular individual.  This is where lab work will come in to have some physical evidence to stand behind the experiment.  If we can indeed grow certain foods for individuals to heal from their diseases…. OMG, what a glorious thing we can offer.  These specific plants will be grown outside of the greenhouse, so we do have to take extra measures to keep critters out.

Keep in mind, if you are interested in being one of the people involved, you must be able to at least make one or two trips to our farm each month, especially on a full moon.  We will only be able to choose 4-6 max.

Are you one of them?

Challenge? Keep those seeds warm!

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Zucchini and Butternut squashes

It isn’t so much of an issue that we’re off-grid, which makes our energy source a challenge, it’

s the fact that we really need MORE!  We need way for than 8 solar batteries for storing the energy and way more than 12 solar panels.  We definitely need to add to those tremendously, including adding wind turbines.  Since today is a cloudy day, and it is expected to have some clouds, rain and perhaps snow over the next week, trying to keep my seed starting going has become quite a challenge.

We cannot use grow lights and start indoors like many.  For one, we simply do not have the room.  While the greenhouse is staying pretty warm during the day, the night time temps still drop too much.  I have a small selection of seedlings doing very well, and needing in the ground soon.  I’ve laid these trays over the floor heaters to keep that soil warm, yet it doesn’t run all day all night… so it takes them longer to sprout.

I’m starting a lot more seeds, yet for the sake of space and wanting to keep seeds warm, I am actually starting the germination process in some zip lock bags with wet paper towels and the seeds tucked in side.  I am keeping these inside a tub of warm water, to give a kick start of warmth and moisture to germinate the seeds.  Once we get past this week of weather, those seeds should have germinated and begun to sprout inside of the paper towels, to which i can then transfer into some trays to let them grow a little before they go into the ground.  Our winter months have obviously become our most challenging.  Yet, we can’t wait until warm weather outside to get anything growing, otherwise our summer season will be cut way too short.

Pinedora Weekly Issue 10

News This Week:

 It’s finally March, and we’re off to a great start so far. Our seedlings and baby chickies are growing like crazy! In just over two months we’ll be back to market with all of our wonderful goodies to share with you. And on that note… we’re going to skip to the next section of the article, with a little reminder that we also offer something intangible, yet quite invaluable- Whole Wellness Programs! Contact us or see our website for more details.

Health & Wellness:

March is National Nutrition Month, and boy are we excited!! This is a topic very near and dear to our hearts, and we’re overjoyed by the recent up rise in others wanting to learn more and take their health back into their own hands as well. You would think with all the recent advancements in medical science that there would be a cure for everything… well ironically enough there is- in plants! Since the dawn of human existence we have relied on plants for many of our nutritional needs. Humans are supposedly omnivorous but when you take a closer look at certain biological and anatomical traits, it poses a pretty serious argument for the herbivore side of things. And while we have adapted to include animal products into our menu, they are not necessary for survival, and most actually thrive off of a plant-based diet. But like anything it’s all about a proper balance and achieving the level of health that’s right for YOU! Everyone is different in what their bodies need, and no one single diet is able to offer that. And people often forget about the mental factors involved with diet and lifestyle changes. Only by putting all of the little puzzle pieces together are we able to see the whole picture, and just staring at the picture on the box won’t get things put together any faster. Many of us know what we need to do to be healthy, but it takes action to complete the goal! We can think about being healthy all day long, but until we actually do it for ourselves (or force-feed our husbandsJ) then nothing will ever get done. If you need help, don’t be afraid to ask! We can offer a tailor-made program that suits your specific needs. Sometimes, all it takes is a little encouragement!

Pinedora Weekly Issue 1 2018!

News This Week:

Happy New Year! We hope you all had a safe and happy holiday season! We’re off to a fresh start this year, in more than just our gardens. We’ve already begun our resolutions, and so far, so good.  We know firsthand that it can sometimes be difficult to keep going with certain resolutions.  Yet, if you find yourself struggling with a new diet, exercise program, etc., Pinedora is here to help! We’ve been formally educated in several fields and self-educated in even more, and we have different Wellness Programs to help treat the whole you. We don’t just treat the symptoms; we do extensive research on a case by case basis to help each person individually, on all levels. We believe that only you can heal you, so we tailor your program to things you enjoy and would actually be willing to do on a regular basis.   So best of luck on your journey this year, and let us know if you need a hand.

 

Health & Wellness:

The New Year is a time for new beginnings. It is a time to put behind us all of those things that no longer serve a purpose in our lives, and to move forward towards better and more positive ways of living. This time of year, however, many people overwhelm themselves trying to change too many things all at once. We tend to focus on more of the external/physical factors without considering the internal/emotional/ psychological factors that go along with them. You can change your diet, but forcing yourself to eat things you can’t stand, kind of kills your soul l little- which could even potentially lead to more problems down the road. By forcing yourself to stick to an ultra- strict routine that doesn’t suit you personally, you increase the chances of failure significantly. But by choosing a routine that is fun, interesting, and good for you, the chances are much higher in your favor. And making changes for the right reasons helps too. So good luck this year friends, and again, we’re here to help!