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  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture IV
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    • simply administer the roots of camomile boiled in the
    • in the root of the camomile, the reaction in this case will not
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 5
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    • This plant is camomile
    • (Chamomilla officinalis). It is not enough to say that camomile
    • to assimilate the potash. Camomile, however, assimilates calcium in
    • the plant in a healthy condition. It is a wonderful thing to see. Camomile
    • which camomile undergoes in the human and animal organism, when taken
    • the camomile must undergo in the human or animal organism. In this case,
    • if you want to work with camomile — as is the other case with
    • thus prepare from the camomile flower.
    • the time, namely, in speaking of yarrow, camomile and stinging nettle.
    • but with these five: yarrow, camomile, stinging-nettle, oak-bark and
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture V
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    • camomile or chamomilla officinalis. It is not enough to say
    • that camomile is distinguished by the amount of potash
    • required to “workup” potash. The camomile,
    • harmful, and in this way, keeps the plant healthy. The camomile
    • microscopic, let us, follow the process undergone by camomile
    • the processes which the camomile undergoes there, the
    • wish to work with camomile as we did with yarrow the beautiful
    • camomile prepared in the way indicated (for yarrow). Here
    • said about yarrow, camomile and nettles. For in organic
    • trifles, but with common yarrow, with camomile, with
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture III
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    • of sugar, and then adds thyme, camomile-tea and a pinch of salt. What
    • now that we can well understand why you take for example, camomile tea,
    • do in its own body. If you dilute the sugar with camomile tea, then you
    • substance of the camomile tea has not only camomile in it, for every
    • plant also contains potential honey (the camomile contains this
    • into sugar. The camomile sap already works on the starch of the plant
    • bees camomile tea you support them in their inner honey-process. You make
    • the sugar already like honey, when, you dilute it with camomile tea.
    • the camomile tea which you add to the sugar. Salt must be added for
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture V
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    • artificial feeding — with sugar, camomile tea, thyme and a

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