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- Title: Wisdom of the Soul: III. At the Portals of the Senses.
- A cloak for clever-tongued hypocrisy, — a birch, perchance,
- Title: Lecture: Lecture III: Physiology and Therapeutics
- simply to take an example, the common birch, betula alba. Pursue very
- scientific way if the still-brownish young birch leaves are studied in
- in the birch bark; this is simply the result of the interaction of the
- potassium salts are deposited in the birch bark, how something
- the leaves of the birch. We are thus able to come to the relationship
- between those processes that take place in the birch leaves, for
- in the birch leaves into remedies. We can then give these remedies to
- disposition of the potassium salts in the birch bark: we thus become
- preparing a remedy from the birch bark.
- Title: Spiritual Science and Medicine -- Lecture XV
- most interesting in this respect; Betula alba, the silver birch, which
- combine what takes place in the birch bark with what takes place in
- The silver birch is as it is, because the processes associated with
- the silver birch thrusts what the root draws from the soil, outwards
- contribution into the cortex. Thus the birch prepares itself to affect
- birch's bark shoots into the periphery in man and heals the skin
- the mineral constituents in the structure of the birch. Take birch
- and periphery, and the parts which the birch turns outwards in foliage
- right application of the healing properties of the birch.
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