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Do you have the feeling  that plants are sometimes communicating something to you?
Would you like to ask how your potted cyclamen is doing?
Do you think plants have an intelligence but “Science” struggles to admit it?

If you answered “yes” to these questions, we can now reveal the tool that can revolutionize your beliefs about the world of plants.

Bamboo Control Software is a revolutionary software that allows you to see the electrical signals of the plants in real time. That will allow you to check and potentially understand the behavior of the plants.

It is an extraordinary opening of a new era in plant research not only for scientific laboratories but for all the passionate persons ready to discover more about the Plant World.

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An incredible software that is ready to use and can monitor the electrical activity of your plant in real time using our device Bamboo. From your PC you can see how the environmental and external agents can affect the life of this being.

If you’ve read the book “The Secret Life of Plants” by P. Tompkins and C. Bird, Cleve Backster’s experiments with a galvanometer will immediately come to mind. He demonstrated how a plant could be connected with his thoughts and emotions even miles away.

Our spiritual mission is the unification of the Mother Worlds of Plants and human beings. The first step is therefore the awareness that Plants are evolved living beings that possess a consciousness and a high collective intelligence.

How does it work?

Bamboo is measuring the resistance of the plant between 2 electrodes. One electrode is placed in the ground near the roots and one electrode is clipped onto the leaf.

The device measures the Total Resistance that is a combination of 3 measures:
1.            the intrinsic resistance of the plant
2.            the resistance of the contact between the leaf and the metallic clip
3.            background noise

The Bamboo Control Software reads the instant total electromagnetic value of the plant and produces a graph that can be easily read by you!

At the moment the software is in Beta Test so still under development. Your part, as a researcher , by giving us  feedback is fundamental.

Be connected with the Plants Word and be part of the innovation with us!

Are plants conscious?

We were sent the link to this TEDx talk by Professor Stefano Macuso, one of the most important figures in the field of plant neurobiology:

We already know that plants have all our senses (they can see, hear, touch, smell and see) without the organs usually associated with them and they have some more specific exclusive senses. We also know that they have very important and intense social lifes. But, are plants intelligent? Can they solve problems, communicate, and navigate their surroundings?

In this talk, Stefano Mancuso presents a new paradigm in our understanding of the vegetal world. He argues that plants process information, sleep, remember, and signal to one another-showing that, far from passive machines, plants are intelligent and aware.

Stefano Mancuso is a lecturer in the University of Florence, director of the International Laboratory of Plant Neurobiology (LINV) in Florence, Italy, and a founder of the International Society for Plant Signaling and Behavior. He is the author of several books and more than 250 scientific papers published in international magazines and journals. “La Repubblica” newspaper has listed him among the 20 people who will change our lives.

Do you think that plants are conscious and aware of their environment? Tell us your thoughts in the comments!

Trees Have Social Networks, Too

One of our long-time supporters sent us an article from the New York Times about the work of Peter Wohlleben, a German Forest Ranger who published the book, “The Hidden Life of Trees: What They Feel, How They Communicate — Discoveries From a Secret World.” Presenting scientific research and his own observations in highly anthropomorphic terms, the matter-of-fact Mr. Wohlleben has delighted readers with the news — long known to biologists — that trees in the forest are social beings.

Mr. Wohlleben invites readers to imagine what a tree might feel when its bark tears (“Ouch!”). “I use a very human language,” he explained. “Scientific language removes all the emotion, and people don’t understand it anymore. When I say, ‘Trees suckle their children,’ everyone knows immediately what I mean.”

This is very different than the Music of the Plants way of speaking, which aims to create a new vocabulary to describe what plants experience, but it brings up the question, “would it be easier to understand the plant world if we use human language to describe non-human emotions?” Tell us what you think in the comments.

You can read the full article on the New York Times website.

Plant Frequencies for Healing

More independent research on plant music and healing, this time from Australia:

“I have been interested in healing frequencies for some time, and, being a Homeopath, have also tried various methods. One was, for example, using the wristbands from Quantum iNfinity to put frequencies into my body. Having read the story on comas, I purchased the Singing Plants device (thru Crystal Castle in Australia). I dowsed as to whether these plant frequencies could be used for healing, and got a positive response. So I played the music from my plants back to myself through the wristbands (30 mins 3 times a day for 2 days). The effect has been very positive. I have greater peace of mind and happiness. I feel as if something that was ‘missing’ in my energetic makeup has been found again. I am calm and, in a sense, fulfilled. I thought your community might like to know.

I am a dowser for 40 or so years. I was curious as to the healing properties of the frequencies, and dowsed it. According to my findings, all plant music is healing, and it does not relate to specific plant types. The linear intellectual model would tend to assume that, say, lemongrass would be good for the liver, parsley for iron, etc etc as per herbal lore, but apparently not. I would be interested if your researchers were to find differently, but I would be surprised if they did. The plants I have used with the singing plant device are basil, lemongrass and parsley, hence my assumptions at the start. But it seems to me, that plants can ‘scan’ a human and play what is appropriate . I believe that all plants, now, have this universal healing tendency and possible capability.”

Amazing! What do you think? Tell us in the comments.

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