Our Initiative concerning a healthier lifestyle depends on medicinal foods
Nutrition can be described as the aggregate of all mechanisms engaged in how nutrients are obtained, metabolized, and utilized to promote all processes and cycles of life.
We provide areas of studies that emphasize the importance of eating as a healing medicine
Our medicinal workshops also explore and discuss the various other determinants of health and disease through the implementation of dietary guidelines and health promotion suggestions determined by intense scientific research.
We invite you to join us in our journey towards a healthier life
Through study, we choose to inspire the seeker to achieve a healthier diet backed by nutritional science and a range of tools using systematic evidence for health management and disease prevention
Our company is striving for continuous improvement. Improvement necessitated in the current age more than in the previous centuries that combines all aspects of approaching a healthier life.
In these regards, Louisiana Agriculture & Preservation Society has an integrative role on the planet.
We want to generate the necessary excitement that propels us to the future of Agriculture and Culinary Medicine, alongside the improvement of our state, our home, the home of Oak trees and swamps, and the land of Acadiana traiteurs.
Our company aims to assess and to have access to the lost knowledge of the Acadians, the Creole, and the Cajun inhabitants.
By our independent research studies, focused on concrete evidence assisted by respected scholars, we aspire to define the incomplete affiliation of the Acadian's natural world of healing, tracing their roots from French and Spanish inhabitants that came with an ancestral body of knowledge with inherited characteristics even from the Orient.
We presume there is an important element missing, that could have been lost, or perhaps deliberately omitted, that connect the Acadians as people with a far remote knowledge and even hereditary inheritance.
Our mission enables us to take our patrons beyond basic knowledge.
We provide help and practical engagement - " work on the field " - not only for the state of Louisiana but also for any place on the surface of the earth.
Where there is a need for involvement, we come with our full body of knowledge and empirical background covering aspects from agriculture and medicinal fields.
We want to generate excitement that leads to continued involvement in the natural world of alternative medicine.
In this regard, our company is involved in meeting and cooperating with representatives of historical landmarks, but also with potential "land" developers related to our view of the future.
The national tree in Louisiana is the bald cypress. Taxodium distichum is its scientific name. Bald cypress is one of our most esteemed native trees and is distributed extensively in the ecosystems of Louisiana.
There are five wild species of Iris in Louisiana, most of them from the Louisiana region. Throughout Oklahoma, Florida and the Mississippi Delta, several wild species can also be identified.
Tomatoes were cultivated in Virginia in 1781 by Thomas Jefferson, but were not really recognized as edible meat in America until after 1834, and they became even popular few decades ago.
The Great Smoky Mountains are a mountain range rising along the Tennessee–North Carolina border in the southeastern United States. They are a subrange of the Appalachian Mountains and form part of the Blue Ridge Physiographic Province.
It is our commitment to work together with farmers and landowners that are a clear indicative for the Louisiana Co-op Initiative and to ensure that we are engaged in an appropriate realization that brings natural benefits to our contributors.
We want to bring unique achievement for our future projects that encompass agriculture and natural preservation of Louisiana species
Our scope is to integrate historical properties and land, historical landmarks, plantations that were used for generations in the agriculture production.
Our company engages in the research and promotion of culinary medicine, preservation of Louisiana species
as well as to restore, acquire, and use as training facilities for ancient farming techniques that include organic
plant medicine, healing based foods, herbs, trees, plants, essential oils, waters, soil, seeds to rebalance the body to its natural hemostatic capacity that is the proper alkalinity and phytonutrient optimum extent.
These centers and locations will include the field work and research and training seminars that combine ancient and modern techniques.
1. Land in various locations that have different types of soil and climate types
2. Research for growth of particular native plants for appropriate regions and how they correspond to the health and nutrition of the human body and biome..
3. Training programs can also be developed where older farmers will train a younger generation on non-GMO crop production and preservation seeds, heirloom seeds, grassing, grafting, planting, soil cultivation techniques and tree planting/cultivation.
Cultivating plants and phytoessences, essential oils, and compounds that could be extracted and used for culinary medicine/medical techniques orally and topically that do not include harmful pesticides and neurotoxins, plants in their natural, unaltered states.
Land that includes geothermal and mineral springs for planting, healing, and studying the effect of these systems on the body. Various ecosystems will need to be included and researched, preserved for balanced land restoration and study on the human body, mind, and nutritional, psychological fields.re.
We believe that through the knowledge shared on this website benefiting the world
to obtain funding resources, equipment, materials for long term research project that include:
Nature has bestowed us with a truly rich botanical heritage and a large number of different plant types are growing in various parts of the world.
Grants for fundings to sustain our programs and classes
Individual and fellowship funding opportunities for continuous improvement in the examination of agricultural sites and research
Funding will help us achieve our goals – whether it's improving our research, professions, starting our own company or giving our community the best opportunities for change
Expedition grants help us acquire information from different parts of the world, benefiting from a system that comprehends fellowship
We seek stability for our mission thus providing benefits for others
Our company seeks involvement with Foundations that support individual and organizational research in the natural fields of medicine, agriculture and farming
We are committed in attending new studies each year that can regulate and sustain our spectrum of research
In the land of medicinal research we acknowledge the fact that pharmaceutical companies own their facts.
however, we investigate the rise of Complementary Medicine and there is a tendency of turning back to holistic treatments.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.
Our objective is to provide long and short term on-location study and education research locations that provide housing for farming volunteers and students that come for training to learn
Areas of the study also include Acadian and traiteur medicine these being emblematic for the history of French creole medicine.
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