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Post #1 from Jim Lindl: An Introduction

Greetings Dear Reader, My name is Jim Lindl. You most probably have not read MR. TEASEL My Hero at his point.  With this very first blog post on The Teasel Foundation website, I’ll try to bring you up to speed with some background info and hopefully, in that process,   provide some continuing useful information that may help you heal your Lyme disease symptoms like I experienced over an 82 day period last winter here in France. In the past 8 months, I wrote a 285 page a real-time narrative non-fiction book about my successful Lyme healing experience and then…

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Post #2 from Jim Lindl: Lyme on the International Scene

Jim here again. Today’s topic is Lyme on the international scene. France specifically. You maybe asking why is Jim bringing up the Lyme situation outside of the United States?  Very simple: Lyme disease is a very big deal in Europe and particularly here in France. If you have read my book, you know a bit about how our medical system works in France. They have the research capability and clinical capability as good as or better than anywhere in the world. Unfortunately, the Lyme problem here is generally ignored, dismissed or short-listed in medical circles just as much as it…

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Post #3 from Jim Lindl: Attention All Farm To Market Organic Gardeners In The  Upper and Lower Mid-West Continental United States

Jim here again. The topic today is teasel production and the FPTT (fresh plant teasel tincture) bottleneck that I see coming. We will get into the problem and the solution during future blog discussions but first I wanted to bring your attention to some very important aspects of teasel. Let me explain what I have learned from some expert producers of FPTT. Last week we had a wonderful German family home stay with us at our French farm to enjoy the summer weather for a week together and seriously talk about the future of teasel. They are, I believe, the…

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Post #4 from Jim Lindl: From Seed to Soul

Dear Reader, The topic today is organic compost. This is a three part story about soil nutrification . . . old style . . . French country style. This is what we do on our organic farm here in Dordogne, France. This particular gardening practice with this specific plant type has been in use for over 3,000 years. It’s amazing what this plant does for the soil and what this phyto-nutrified soil will do in return for the next vegetable crop to be planted on this very same plot next spring. In France, we have a term for what Americans…

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Post #5 from Jim Lindl: From Seed to Soul

Dear Reader, Today’s topic is a continuation of engrais vert ( green manure)  and soil nutrification before planting teasel next spring. Let me begin with a question: Do you think an elite Olympian athlete is better nutrified eating a forced narrow diet of sugar, peanuts, breadstuffs and chlorinated water? Or is an athlete better nutrified eating a fully balance diet that includes a wide range of carbohydrates, numerous protein sources, a rainbow of vegetables and fruits, sweet and sour dairy products, ocean delicacies, slow simmered animal bone broths and highly mineralized pure water? The answer is obvious! Then Dear reader,…

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Post #6 by Jim Lindl: Natural Weed Killer!

Hello again everybody, No! It’s not the weed whacker in these pictures that kills the weeds! The natural weed killer present in these pictures is in the phyto-chemical released from these dense mustard talks that I’m about to chop into tiny little pieces. From reading, it’s my understanding, that a unique and beneficial natural chemical transformation takes place in these mustard plants when two separate chemical components, present within each plant, come into contact with each other. In this physical chopping/combining process, when the combined natural phyto-chemicals are compounded together, they become a singular natural herbicide against sprouting weed seeds….

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Guest Blog Post #3  Lyme disease in Quebec Continued…Part 2

Written by Vanessa Grenier , Translated to English by Jim Lindl My Spiral Into The Depths of Hell It was on July 20, 2016 that I finally meet an American Doctor specialist for Lyme disease located in Plattsburgh, New-York. I am lucky to live less than two hours drive from his office. That day, my mother, although skeptical , accompanied me in my journey out of Canada for treatment. Before the meeting with the doctor, I had to fill out  10 questionnaires, pay half the fee (in US currency) by credit card and update my passport. The fee for this…

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Guest Blog post #4 The Story of John Lewis’s Lyme Disease Experience, 2017 As Told To Jim Lindl

My name is John Lewis and live in France a few kilometers up the road from Jim’s place. I’m Welsh by birth but have lived in Dordogne, France since 2008. I used to be a professional electrician when I lived in England and just met Jim recently at his home. I do general home maintenance for my living here. I came by his house to clean out his fireplace chimney. Normal maintenance. I’m 53 years old and have had Lyme disease for a number of years, but Jim didn’t know anything about me when we first met in January, just…

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Guest Blog Post #6 Lyme Disease In Quebec Continued . . . Part 3

Written by Vanessa Grenier, Translated to English by Jim Lindl My Life Has Returned! When I was 2 years old, my mother taught me how to ski alpine, and at 3 years, I started swimming. I have skied and swam all my youth. Then around the age of 12 years, I started snowboarding that I’ve continued into adulthood. In 2007 I had my first child at the age of 22 years. In June 2010 I gave birth to a second child, and at that time I was mobile and healthy. I described in the preceding 2 articles what happened next:…

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Book Review – Guest Blog Post #7: A Canadian’s Perspective About Lyme Disease & Mr. TEASEL, My Hero.

If you are one of the scores of people who have lost hope for recovery from your Mysterious Illness or if you have a definitive Lyme diagnosis, “Mr. TEASEL, My Hero” is the book you need to read. Jim Lindl’s unforgettable “shoot from the hip” style of writing left me in awe of the man and in pursuit of the knowledge he had accumulated about healing. Through his expert story-telling technique, Jim reminds his readers that the productive life, well-lived does not simply have to become a fond memory for those stricken with chronic illness or Lyme Disease. Jim exemplifies…

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