Thomas Linders Effective Microorganism Probiotic.
Specially brewed by Thomas Linders with authentic EM-1 based on technology developed by EMRO Japan and bottled in dark glass jars, this is the Rolls Royce of probiotics and Debbie’s most highly recommended.
This is the oldest colony of bacteria that have existed in this mix for billions of years. This successful tribe of bacteria has the longest history of surviving all sorts of conditions, they know well how to restore balance to any environment and remove toxins or other forms of bacteria that shouldn’t be there.
Probiotics with live beneficial microbes are a microbial inoculant culture, containing high levels of antioxidants and related energy compounds and contains key minerals and trace elements needed to nourish these microbes.
DO NOT REFRIGERATE.
Dosage: If starting from scratch, this is a very powerful probiotic, start with just 1 tsp in warm water once a day. It’ll start breaking down anything in the gut that shouldn’t be there and swiftly so start slowly. Once you’ve used to it, you can increase to doing this 2 – 3 x a day.
For any sort of skin bacterial infection, apply directly to the open wound with cotton.
Apply directly to skin for acne or bacterial skin infections or add a TB to your bath for any skin infection.
Add to your cleaning mixes for floors and counter tops to destroy any bad bacteria and put good bacteria into your environment.
Add a tsp to pets water to kill any intestinal parasites or to their washing water when you clean them.
What Is EM*?
EM∗ is a people-friendly and environmentally safe product of EMRO (EM Research Organization) that achieves synergistic effects by combining beneficial microorganisms which exist in nature, such as lactic acid bacteria, yeast and phototrophic bacteria. It was developed by Professor Teruo Higa in 1982. EM∗ activates local and native microorganisms that live in soil and water and maximizes their natural power. EM∗ brand represents a line of microbial products that are used in numerous fields including agriculture, animal husbandry, environmental purification and health care in more than 100 countries around the world.
EM∗ is a trademark and a brand name owned by EMRO, and is used on a variety of products.
EM enhances the diversity of microorganisms
Healthy soil and clean water are maintained by the diversity and balance of the community of microorganisms within them. For example, when
Good microbiomes are the key to good personal and environmental health
In recent years, many researchers have been focusing less on the activity of single-strains of microorganisms and more on aggregates of microorganisms called microbiomes. In agriculture, it has become apparent that when soil microbiomes are healthy, they will enrich the soil. Healthy aquatic microbiomes will help maintain the environmental purification capabilities of rivers and other bodies of water.
Microbiome studies have shown that quadrillions of microorganisms live within and on the human body and that these microorganisms make a significant difference to human health. Many of them live in the human gut and affect not only people’ s physical health, but also their mental condition.
EM can be used anywhere in the world
EM, which treats microorganisms as aggregates, was developed long before microbiome science caught the world’ s attention and its effectiveness has been demonstrated for three decades across the globe on fields in tropical and cold temperate regions. The beneficial effects of EM is produced when the groups of microorganisms in EM・1, including lactic acid bacteria, yeast and phototrophic bacteria, activate native microorganisms in the environment and harness their intrinsic power.
If the balance of microorganisms in the soil is disrupted, soil will be impoverished and crops will not grow well. However, if native microorganisms are activated, soil conditions will improve. When the soil microbiology is in balance, plants will be healthy, thus more resistant to damage caused by stressors such as disease or harmful insects.
In polluted rivers, species that cannot survive in a degraded environment die out and the ecosystem becomes degraded. Conversely, if the diversity of microorganisms is rich, nature’ s self-purifying ability is enhanced and clean water will return. The reason that EM can solve the problems it does is that EM restores a healthy balance of microorganisms in the ecosystem, thereby increasing its self-purification ability.
“The world is currently facing a time of great change and upheaval. I believe this condition has arisen mainly because of our present civilization becoming increasingly structured along the lines of competitive principles. An excessive reliance on competition certainly does not excite feelings of generosity and sharing.”(Teruo Higa, 1996).
Development of EM
The seed of what was to become EM germinated when Dr. Higa was researching mandarin oranges for his doctorate in Horticulture at Kyushyu University Graduate School. It was there that he realized the potential of microorganisms in agriculture and this discovery took his research in a new direction
In those days, orange farming relied heavily on agricultural chemicals. Dr. Higa was interested in microorganisms but advocated of the use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides because, with his farming experience, he knew that farming was extremely labor intensive, especially the production of good compost. While he was involved in growing oranges, he noticed an overall decline in his health and he started to break out in rashes. His symptoms got progressively worse as he continued to work in proximity with agro-chemicals. That experience deeply influenced his thinking and he made microorganisms the main focus of his research. However, in those days it was common to work with only one type of microorganism at a time and there were many different types of microorganisms to test. His research generated no results of any significance even after five years of hard work.
After he returned to University of the Ryukyus in Okinawa, he continued his research with safe and harmless microorganisms only. For this reason, he usually collected several strains all in the same bucket in order to dispose of them at the end of the day. One day, he felt it was such a waste to flush these strains down the drain, considering their costs, and decided to sprinkle them on a patch of grass instead. A week later, an obvious difference was noticed on the spot. The growth of grass was significantly better than the grass around the spot. As none of his students did experiments on that spot, he was certain that that mixture of several different types of microorganisms he sprinkled was the cause of the the difference. That was when he realized that the key was the combination of microbes.
After many trials and errors, Dr. Higa discovered an optimal mix in 1980 that promoted healthy plant growth and coined the name “EM” for that group.
His development of EM has brought him international recognition and now he provides guidance and assistance in the application and research of EM around the world.