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Got that, Lola!  Of course, it's been decades since I studied French, so I understand that it is in the onion family, but don't recognize it as a plant that is available locally.  



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ask around, they might have it....


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Sorry, I have a tendency to use French words when I have no idea what the English equivalent is but feel they're necessary! It's a form of garlic that's very effective in ridding the body of heavy metals and the like, but presents the inconvenient that it tends to demineralize the body without distinguishing between beneficial and dangerous minerals. It is however very, very effective and as such is often used in cases where it's important to get as much mercury out as possible in a short space of time, usually in cases where people are experiencing severe symptoms. Again, use differs widely...

It should be possible to get hold of some through supplement and natural remedies company - English wikipedia article is
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allium_ursinum

So at least I know the English name now!

LuHu, thanks a lot for the link and quotes. It sounds very, very doubtful to me, especially as  

"Caution: If at any time one develops nausea or starts "burping up" the chlorella taste then the chlorella should be stopped immediately as a food sensitivity is developing which will only worsen if you continue taking it."

could make a lot of people misinterpret the early discomfort when taking Chlorella for something much more serious than what it actually is: the body starting a purifying and detoxifying process. Plus, for over 50 years of studies carried out on Chlorella, I've never seen mention of anything similar to this info. So, definitely worth looking into, as a little misinformation can go a long way...


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I ll stick with the cilantro pesto for maintenance! )


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You can have the cilantro, Lola!  lol!  

Try as I might, I can't stand the taste of cilantro . . !!!  But chlorella, which many people would consider a bad taste, is fine for me.  



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I love cilantro!
pico de gallo isn t right without it!! lol


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