Article could alternatively be titled "Breast Cancer, Pine Tar and Autism with verbal ability as the key skill."
Pycnogenol and White Pine Supplements
Which made me wonder if English sailors were bolstered with energy by the compound as it was on the rigging ropes and stained their hands~ through diffusion through the skin into their metabolism. Was it a stimulant the successors to the Druids used to prevent them from having to take people out in the woods and impale them so that they could see their future. (Won’t get into the worship of the monkey by the Druids and apparently because they have the same gestalt of symbolism- the Free Mason’s in this article.) Let’s see there is something that Oliver Cromwell didn’t like about the Irish who rejected them when they tried to first come over. Indeed King Muenster told the first English Jews who came over to go home! Does it have to do with their blood not being stained by Pine Tar (Fee fie foe fum I smell the blood of an Irishmen?) But I have to wonder if the English did not add it to the beer produced in Ireland in order to facilitate the Irish Genocide. Keep reading I fill in the gaps here.
Culpeper was a 17th Century English Doctor and he wrote the book! On the cover it states “A book of natural remedies for ancient ills.” I remember reading his blathering and flamboyant English out loud to my father who was a Reading Resource Teacher and it was one of the hardest times in our life that we both laughed!!!! ~It’s funny!
Link to purchase Culpeper's Complete Herbal Book
PS. Phonetically the name of the drug used to treat breast cancer referred to in this article is TAX-ALL!!!! Info on it It cost ~$10,000.00 per dose.