Syntropic Antioxidative Microbes (SAM) a Unique Class of Probiotic Beneficial Microbes

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for information on beneficial antioxidative microbes or Syntropic Antioxidative Microbes (SAM)

You’ll find, for example, relevant to Newspaper Bokashi and lactobacilli, a long list of different communities of microbes, divided into categories, and dating from the early 1940s, proving there is nothing new to the “magic” of the EM Bokashi culture. 

For example:  A Compost Preparation Used in Biodynamic Farming   promoted by … a natural and “spiritual” farming movement of the early 20th century ….  

and information on  Dr. Teruo Higa and His Antioxidant-Rich Fermented Microbial Culture, and the founding of the EM Research Organization (aka EMRO) for commercial distribution of his product.


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