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Re: Thyme importance and the critical pathway to curing parasitic infections
 
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Re: Thyme importance and the critical pathway to curing parasitic infections


Thanks Sir Matt! You know I'm gonna try some of these oils. Does it matter if the Thyme is Red or White?

I saw this about prehistoric worms from the pleistocene... great ... neanderthal nematodes!

"Scientists have brought the "dead" back to life in a groundbreaking study that saw Siberian roundworms survive 42,000 years of being frozen.

Cryogenics have long been the subject of Science fiction, but new research proves that it could be part of the future. A pair of nematodes withstood thousands and thousands of years in the permafrost, waking up to an entirely new world in 2018."

https://www.natureworldnews.com/articles/39286/20180727/prehistoric-worms-come-back-to-life-after-42-000-years-of-being-frozen.htm
 

 
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