What Are the Sources Of Quabain?

By Atom Bergstrom

Atom’s Blog

 

The cardiac glycoside ouabain from the seeds, stems, leaves, and roots of several varieties of poison arrow trees and shrubs has been used by Western medicine for over a hundred years.

But wabei or wabajo (ouabain) arrow poison has been used as a heart tonic in Africa for thousands of years.

It’s currently used for heart arrhythmia and congestive heart failure under the mistaken assumption that the heart IS a pump (except for Dr. Tom Cowan who is more hip to the haps).

The veins are the primary pump, and the heart is a secondary pump (maybe not the only one).

1) The heart and the arteries are crucial to the Heart Meridian.

Heart Time is from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Quabain seeds, stems, leaves, and bark are photon-enhanced (by photons in the ultraviolet spectrum) at this time.

The corporate pharmaceutical supply used to come from the seeds, but now it’s being isolated from cattle brains (midday) and their adrenal glands (evening).

A minor source is human placenta (evening).

2) The Heart Governor and the veins are crucial to the Circulation-Sex Meridian.

Circulation and Sex Time is from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.

Quabain roots are photon-enhanced (by photons in the infrared spectrum) at this time.

The hotter the object, the shorter the wavelength, providing more heat for both the Circulation-Sex and Triple Heater meridians — the “I’m hot for you” and “I only have heat for you” meridians.

The quabain isolated from cattle has two primary UV absorbance spectra — 210 and 280 nanometers.

None of these egghead scientists seems to have noticed that 280 nanometers is one of the three primary absorbance spectra of vitamin D.

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'What Are the Sources Of Quabain?' have 6 comments

  1. January 29, 2016 @ 3:38 pm Atom

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  2. January 29, 2016 @ 3:50 pm Atom

    Vitamin D — just like quabain — is therapeutic at a low dose and poisonous at a high dose.

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  3. January 29, 2016 @ 11:06 pm John

    Hi Atom, what causes the gums to recede ?

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    • January 31, 2016 @ 6:33 pm Atom

      They recede from a combination of poor diet and brushing the teeth.

      Indians and Eskimos had almost no cavities or gum disease, yet they never brushed their teeth.

      Keeping their mouths closed was also a major factor in their scarcity of dental caries.

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  4. January 30, 2016 @ 1:45 am anisha beecum

    Atom does hawthorn berry capsules/tincture work very much like quabain. I cannot find the sources you mentioned in South Africa. Much appreciated.

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  5. January 31, 2016 @ 7:06 pm Atom

    Anisha Beecum wrote, “Atom does hawthorn berry capsules/tincture work very much like quabain. I cannot find the sources you mentioned in South Africa. Much appreciated.”

    Hawthorn’s therapeutic effects apparently fall in somewhere between isoprenaline and ouabain.

    The only kink in using it is that commercially-available hawthorn (from various parts of the plant grown in various soils, altitudes, locations, etc.) seems to have varying effects, and even opposing ones.

    The ideal scenario (but impractical for most people) is to have a soil-to-shelf knowledge of any herb that we put into our body.

    Trust everyone, but cut the cards! :)

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