Some beautiful pictures of Yellow Oleander from when they were flowering on the 5th of November 2019.
Thevetia Peruviana or Yellow Oleander has reported by the fake media as terribly poisonous. Of course as some wise man said, “The difference between a medicine and a poison is the dose.”
I have found the oleander family to be incredibly powerful as a nervous frequency balancing agent in the worst kinds of situations, one of which is drug poisoning of the central nervous system.
People treat poisoning as a physical problem – something to do with the gut. That’s there too, but it’s the after effects on the nervous system that do the most damage as far as I’ve seen and there’s very little done to address that.
A drop of oleander tincture taken every few hours and then continued twice a day for several weeks will help recovery like few other things can.
It’s about getting back into life again.
This one’s called Thevetia Peruviana and has been known to make cancerous cells kill themselves while not affecting whole cells.
Yes, it’s good for all the things it reminds you of.
The fruit goes straight from green to black, which means black is when it’s ripe. I’ve heard of all sorts of horror stories where people commit suicide eating just ONE seed of Yellow Oleander. I cannot be sure of those as I’ve never come across anyone taking this route to suicide.
What I do know is that most normal animals don’t take a shine to chomping on these fruit naturally. They don’t draw you in like apples or strawberries. However, if you do need a purging of the system, one way or another, a tiny tiny tiny tiny tiny bit would do nothing but good, as several dogs and cats have demonstrated.
So very very very beautiful.
I love the transparency of purpose this flower reminds me of.
Simple is best.