Karawila

My dear Sam,

Anti diabetic effect of Karawila is well known Yet nice to remind for grown up men & women However ‘cancer cure’ is something new to me Please insert this message if felt it’s worthwhile (please see below)                                                        Ariya

Professor Chen Hui Ren from the Beijing Army General Hospital confirmed that, if everyone who gets this information and then distributes to at least 10 other people, at least one life could be saved.*Bitter Gourd (Karawila)* 

Bitter gourd *(Karawila)* in hot water can help you. No matter how busy you are, you need to read this, and then spread to friends and others.  

 Hot bitter gourd *(Karawila)* can kill cancer cells.

 Cut 2-3 thin slices of bitter gourd and put in a glass, pour hot water, water will become alkaline. Drink every day at least for once. For anyone, it will be useful.

 Hot water bitter gourd *(Karawila)* will emit an anti-cancer substance. This is a new development in the world of natural medicine, which is useful in treating cancer.

 Hot water bitter gourd extract will affect the cyst and tumor. Already proven, it can help to cure various kinds of cancer.

 Using bitter gourd in treating cancer, it will only kill the malignant cells of the tumor. It will not affect healthy cells.

In addition, amino acids and polyphenol oxidase in bitter gourd can balance high blood pressure, blood circulation, reduce blood clotting and can prevent the occurrence of deep vein thrombosis.

Ariya

Starling Murmurations

Amazing! Watch on full screen with sound
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Message from Deepthie

Read with great interest the post on Starling Murmurations.
I had about a thousand of them in my garden  this year in the fall, and
because of the large number of trees in the garden, I could not take a
meaningful video.
The noise they made was truly deafening.  
However, I did take some photos and a few pics, when they rested on the
trees for just a little while before they took off again. 

Here is a photo – of some of them, at the local  Awenda Provincial Park
that is virtually a mile away from where I live. 
These flocks hung around in my area for a few days – and yes- it was a dark
cloud indeed – thousands of them. 

Deepthie

"Roseate Spoonbill"

Locally common in coastal Florida, Texas, and southwest Louisiana, they are usually in small flocks, often associating with other waders. Spoonbills feed in shallow waters, walking forward slowly while they swing their heads from side to side, sifting the muck with their wide flat bills.

This shot was taken in a bird sanctuary, “Ding Darling” several miles south of where we live. Enjoy,

Sam

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