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True about the honey. But there is a supermarket here that sells pure raw "mountain" local honey. Even if it says those things I need to go to the place to find out whether they are feeding sugar. You still never know with labels.
In my family, we had honeybees along with our goats.

I think it is interesting kuldeep, that you say this tribe in the Himalayan mountains believes drinking goat's milk protects them from Saturn. While others believe that by not drinking it, you are blessed by Saturn.

It is interesting how vastly different cultural beliefs can be.

Like the devoted people of Krishna believe in only drinking the sacred cow's milk, not killing the animal, and that the milk is produced from the blood of the cow. That this is a complete food and there is no need to eat the flesh. And by killing the cow, the violence and war we face today is karma.

And even more "Milk kalpa" or a milk fast is a treatment by homeopathic doctors for patients who have lost hope of living a healthy, happy life. It is also believed to cure premature aging. During the fast, the body reorganizes itself. When the process of assimilation malfunctions, various organs in the system are unable to receive the proper supply of nutrients and thus begin to age quickly. They believe milk cleans the digestive tract. That it expels toxins and waste from the stomach and intestines and supplies nutritious food material readily digestible and convertible into blood. And that milk is alkaline in nature and an aid to the stomach in its digestive function. In turn, because it helps the digestive tract, it also helps the circulatory system, in turn helping the nervous system.

Since, these three systems regulate the human body, milk helps to regulate them.

On another note, the Masai tribe of Kenya, Africa still drink cow's blood as a main source of protein. They draw blood from their herds and use it for ceremonial purposes. They drink it fresh or boiled, or mix it with yogurt or cow/goat milk. They also use animal urine to cure sickness.

They have a great respect for nature only killing animals for food, not hunt or sport. (Like the Native Americans tribes).

Cultural/personal/religious/ opinions/beliefs are so different. I think respect is the most important belief any culture/person can have.
WNCGirl last decade
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Nesha-India last decade
Hi WNCGirl,

Yes, what you said about the the Maasai tribe of Kenya is quite true.
I am from Kenya, and have seen a ceremony where they puncture the artery in the neck of the cow, and collect the blood. They then mix the blood with milk and it is ready for drinking - both blood and milk provides them with their protein in their diet.

Would you be able to explain how they use animal urine to cure sicknesses?
I was told they apply animal (mainly cow)urine and faeces on there skin to ward away lions in the great savanna. The lion will always stay away from humans (unless provoked or extremely hungry). So the maasai uses the faeces and urine applied on their bodies to alert lions that they are around.
stickyfingaz99 last decade
Oh yes, forgot to add that the Maasai do kill for sport, contrary to what you said WNCGirl - or atleast they used to until it was outlawed in Kenya.

When a boy wants to become a man, he needs to go hunt and kill a lion to prove he is ready.
stickyfingaz99 last decade
Hi stickyfingaz,

No, I do not have information (yet) on how urine is used by for sickness with this particular tribe, although it is know that people do drink urine, (animal or their own) for health. They also use the manure to build their huts, no?

I was not aware of that part of ritual? Would that be for "killing for sport"? I realize it is a part of their culture, and this is a "rite of passage" but is it considered "for fun" or a necessity for survival?

WNCGirl last decade
I think they are primitive desert people also they had to survive in brutal harsh situations.
kuldeep last decade
So, kuldeep, in your opinion, do you think they do this killing as a "sport" or as a ritual for "survival"?
WNCGirl last decade
Killing an animal for sport is a vanity.
Vanity is a disease.
Vanity is the cause of most diseases. Most people savage primitive or cultured have it in one way or other.
kuldeep last decade
I understand that, but is killing an animal for food/survival vanity? Example, you're lost/stranded/stuck in the wilderness without knowing which plants are poisonous or edible. Would killing a rabbit and eat it to survive because you are vain?

I am only asking for my own benefit, not to judge whether your answers are right or wrong.

I think if you choose to do this, it is because you have the instinct to survive, not because you "like" killing the animal. (Which is how I personally define "sport")

Native Americans tribes would "pray" to the Great Spirits before, during, and after hunting buffalo. Pray for the animals and for themselves and for the greatness of the Spirits that allow them to live by providing food. They also used every part of the animal in their daily living. They did not have disease until "white man" brought it over.

Just a thought.

WNCGirl last decade
Joe T Livera

I found a whole Arnica plant with three flowers in wilderness. I dried it in shade and made a powder of it. First I made approximately 3C liquid tincture with mineral water or rather spring water from the brook flowing throught my property. Then I further made 6C.

In my last trip to United States I found Arnica 6C on the GNC store but my own tincture works better in all situations.

As someone asked me on this post, if I eat goat meat. No I dont' eat it but I eat chicken and fish but for the recent many years I prefer vegetarian food.

Thanks kuldeep for sharing more information on goats actually you are the President of this Goat Club.
tamiano last decade

do you know your blood type?

WNCGirl last decade
I don't know my blood type.
tamiano last decade
It would be interesting if you were a B or an AB blood type.
WNCGirl last decade
They did not have disease until 'white man' brought it over."

Maybe they didn't have the white man's diseases, but they'd discovered many herbal remedies for some reason. Must have been some sicknesses around before the white man arrived.
Will88 last decade

You are right. I was being opinionated at the "virtual" lack of disease, but you are right, it was not nonexistent. They did have a very limited number. The TB virus, Chagra's, and syhilis.

The diseases were also brought over from the Old World by the Native people themselves.

I think they may be also using herbs in terms of healing for things other than "dis-ease", like wound healing, spiritual ceremonies, etc.

Here is an interesting article on the Columbian Exchange:

For tens of millions of years the dominant pattern of biological evolution on this planet has been one of geographical divergence dictated by the simple fact of the separateness of the continents. Even where climates have been similar, as in the Amazon and Congo basins, organisms have tended to get more different rather than more alike because they had little or no contact with each other. The Amazon has jaguars, the Congo leopards.

However, very, very recently—that is to say, in the last few thousand years—there has been a countervailing force, us, or, if you want to be scientific about it, Homo sapiens. We are world-travelers, trekkers of deserts and crossers of oceans. We have gone to and lived or at least spent some time everywhere, taking with us, intentionally, our crops and domesticated animals and, unintentionally, our weeds, varmints, disease organisms, and such free-loaders as house sparrows. Humans have in the very last tick of time reversed the ancient trend of geographical biodiversification.

Many of the most spectacular and the most influential examples of this are in the category of the exchange of organisms between the Eastern and Western Hemispheres. It began when the first humans entered the New World a few millennia ago. These were the Amerindians (or, if you prefer, proto-Amerindians), and they brought with them a number of other Old World species and subspecies, for instance, themselves, an Old World species, and possibly the domesticated dog, and the tuberculosis bacillus. But these were few in number. The humans in question were hunter-gatherers who had domesticated very few organisms, and who in all probability came to America from Siberia, where the climate kept the number of humans low and the variety of organisms associated with them to a minimum.

There were other avant garde humans in the Americas, certainly the Vikings about 1,000 CE, possibly Japanese fishermen, etc., but the tsunami of biological exchange did not begin until 1492. In that year the Europeans initiated contacts across the Atlantic (and, soon after, across the Pacific) which have never ceased. Their motives were economic, nationalistic, and religious, not biological. Their intentions were to make money, expand empires, and convert heathen, not to spread Old World DNA; but if we take the long view we will see that the most important aspect of their imperialistic advances has been the latter.

They off-handedly and often unintentionally effected enormous augmentations and deletions in the biota of the continents, so enormous it is difficult to imagine what these biotas were like prior to Columbus, et al. A large tome would not provide enough space to list the plant, animal, and micro-organism exchanges, and a thousand volumes would be insufficient to assess their effect. In the space of this essay, we can only manage to convey an impression of the magnitude of these biological revolutions...
WNCGirl last decade
In these days world is a one big city.
We all share good and bad here.
kuldeep last decade
I agree.
WNCGirl last decade
Hey Pa Hoolio Tamiano, how is your sex life. Can you still do.
sanj551 last decade
Last time I did was 25 years ago. I lost urge to have sex. Now I feel all people are my children.
tamiano last decade
Dear Tamiano, how do you deal with sickness?
kuldeep last decade
When I get sick, I rarely go to doctor. I drink natural water only for two days and then for a week I eat only raw foods mostly vegetables and some bananas etc and I drink vegetables juice (homemade).
tamiano last decade
I've made an observation that:
People, who always take some vinegar, tamarind, mustard or lemon with food, stay away from obesity, heart, kidney and cholesterol problems. They live longer.
Probably sour things assist in assimilation of fats etc in a better way.
Has anybody has any comment upon this?
kuldeep last decade
We South Indians use tamarind in our food often (Every day). I believe South Indians face low obesity, heart and other problems.
harsh last decade
I take few drops of vinegar in my each meal for the last thirty years.
tamiano last decade
I agree kuldeep. I have also observed this. I really like lemons. I think vinegar is tii acidic for me. I use lemon juice in my water daily, especially upon rising. I also make a great salad dressing using lemon juice, olive oil and fresh herbs. Did you mean mustard paste or greens? Mustard is a favorite. I like to chop fresh mustard greens, soak them in lemon juice to top lentils and rice. Yummy.
WNCGirl last decade
I was talking about mustard seed powder or paste. If you soak crushed mustard seeds in the water, it turns very sour.

I think sour should work better if taken with the meals.
kuldeep last decade

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