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  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VIII
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    • which has need of it. This substance is formic acid.
    • This juice contains formic acid and a little alcohol. It is inside
    • into formic acid, not of course, exclusively, for there are other
    • substances also, but in small quantities. This formic acid permeates
    • your whole body. When you are ill, and have not sufficient formic
    • has a tendency, just because you have not enough formic acid within
    • It develops too much uric acid, and too little formic acid. The ants
    • This formic acid, gentlemen, is indeed something that is made use of
    • does not contain some formic acid. Formic acid is everywhere in the
    • there must be formic acid.
    • formic acid must be there, but also what is closely akin to it, and later
    • it injects some formic acid into the wound. This formic acid, moreover,
    • the tree stump which no longer has life, formic acid flows in. If the
    • formic acid. This is necessary.
    • attack the plants and bite into them, then the necessary formic acid,
    • bringing to the flowers the formic acid they need, and at the
    • everything with their formic acid, we look into the whole
    • ant-heaps formic acid enters into the soil of the forest. When you
    • at once made salty. If you have an ant-heap then the formic acid goes
    • already decaying is saturated with this formic acid.
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  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IX
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    • formic acid secreted by the ants is a most especially good remedy. But
    • as I have already pointed out, this formic acid which we find when we
    • have the formic acid inside them; by crushing them we get the formic
    • if you knew how much, (of course, comparatively speaking,) how much formic
    • tissues of the spleen, everywhere there is formic acid; certainly, it
    • quite filled with formic acid. It is a highly remarkable fact.
    • formic acid in our bodies? One must be able to recognise when a man has
    • ant-heap in himself, that he is producing too little formic acid.
    • Just as formic acid is produced in the ant-heap, so in the human
    • body, in all its organs, especially in the spleen, formic acid must
    • be vigourously produced. When a man produces too little formic
    • help him to produce sufficient formic acid. One must learn to observe
    • what happens to a man who has too little formic acid in him. Such
    • soul of a man who, to begin with, had enough formic acid, and later,
    • him also, but one can discover that the formic acid in his body has
    • little formic acid, I will squeeze out some formic acid, or get it in
    • him at all. It was quite correct; the man had too little formic acid,
    • and he has been given formic acid, but it did him no good. What is
    • point. In the one case formic acid has done no good, in another case,
    • difference. Those who are helped by formic acid, will usually
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