Re: Human manure
- --- In email@example.com, B Kalahan
>effectively, bring harmony to the interaction of our fecal matter
> Can anyone point me in the right directon as to how we can
unto the Earth.
> I know its gotta be here. I know it shouldn't be in drinkingwater. I know that in a tropical area there is a tree called Molokia
(maybe bad spelling) that can be used as toilet paper. I know that
with a proper raw food diet we don't need to wipe much, compared to a
typical american diet.
> Thank you all for your consideration and participation as this isa very important search for me.
>In the book "Farmers of Fourty Centuries", the auther describes in
detail how chinese farmers composted human and animal manure in
Chinese traditional agriculture circa 1900. He noted that the
Chinese tradionally cooked all of their vegetables and that the
recycling system was so efficient that manure flies were practically
nonexistant in the parts of Japan, Korea, and China that he visited
(compared to fly populations in the United States).