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C is for Cattle

Updated: Dec 17, 2020

The Orthofarming category of the farm blog is where I post information about "Orthomolecular Farming". Our use of the word "orthomolecular" is a nod to Double-Nobel Laureate Linus Pauling who coined that term. It means "correct molecules" or, as I like to translate it, "righteous molecules". Nutrients are the correct molecules to use for treating illness and Linus Pauling founded Orthomolecular Medicine.

Double-Nobel Laureate Linus Pauling

For my info about orthomolecular applications for humans, join HFPMA and look at that blog.

The Orthomolecular News Service is worth subscribing to. Recently, I have had the honor of having a few articles accepted. Here's one about high dose ascorbate use on the farm. I will use this category for more blog entries and articles related to orthomolecular farming.

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