The problems of continuing life and preserving youth are of interest to many people, both elderly and young. One of these methods was the widespread enthusiasm for the use of germinated seeds of cereal crops. The method is useful and attractive, so they began to engage in germination everywhere: in factories, on farms and at home, growing sprouts on the windowsill. Germinated seeds are used in their natural form, processed and added to food, applied to the skin, made compresses and so on.
Why are these seeds so demanded, and how do they differ from other methods of rejuvenation and prolongation of life? Scientists have long dealt with these issues. Already in the 19th century, the study of germinated seeds was carried out by Baron Albrecht von Goetzele, a native of Hanover.
After conducting many experiments, he proved that during the germination of seeds they undergo the processes of Cold nuclear fusion. As a result of this, the chemical composition changes and one element transforms into another. In particular, calcium is converted to potassium, phosphorus to magnesium.
Later in the 20th century, this statement was confirmed by Rudolf Hauschka, an Austrian scientist chemist, the founder of the pharmacological company WALA and several other scientists. Rudolf Hauschka described the results of his research in a scientific treatise: "The doctrine of substance. To the understanding of physics, chemistry and therapeutic effect of substances. "
Thus, when cereal grains germinate, transmutation (transformation) of chemical elements occurs. As a result, other active substances appear. Such changes and formations in the grains have a positive effect on health.