Ivy is one of the organisms that seek out stress points. If it grows luxuriantly, it is a sure indication of radiation exposure.
Like animals, trees and plants also either seek out or avoid radiation. But a gardener can also pinpoint geopathic stress by noticing if there are certain plants or trees that fail to grow or die off.
By preference, the following trees grow in irradiated fields: ash, willow, oak, pine, apricot, larch, poplar, alder, maple, chestnut, plum, and peach. Radiation-seeking bushes include: ivy, hazelnut, elderberry, mistletoe, sea buckthorn, holly, belladonna, frankincense, juniper, cypress. Radiation-seeking medicinal plants include: verbena, marjoram (oregano), herb of grace, wolf trapp, fenugreek, calamus, fever clover, thistle, coltsfoot, mugwort, butterbur, nux vomica, foxglove, hemlock, bracken and nettles. With the exception of asparagus, all vegetables are radiation avoiders.
Which animals are avoiders?
Badgers, ducks, pheasants, foxes, chickens, dogs, rabbits, mice, guinea pigs, horses, deer, cattle, sheep, swallows, pigs, storks, pigeons, birds, deer, and goats.
Which trees are avoiders?
Apple, birch, pear, beech, pine, cherry, lime, apricot, walnut, sycamore, pine, elm, linden room, and plum.
Which shrubs and bushes are avoiders?
Barberry, blackberry, honeysuckle, lilac, blackcurrant, buckthorn, gooseberry, and hawthorn.
Which flowers and herbs are avoiders?
Aster, azalea, begonia, geranium, cactus, mimosa, carnation, primrose, rose, sunflower, violet, and vine.
Most people are radiation avoiders
Saying that, there are people who have lived under a high voltage line all their lives and have never been sick. Accordingly, we suspect that some people may be radiation seekers.