Scientific Research Projects

Nat Org (TM)

These are some of the scientific research projects that Nat Org (TM) is involved in.

Research the Na receptors of insects reaction  to exposure of Na (Sodium)

Research the use of Allium Sativum as a natural antibiotic against bacteria

Research the use of Allium Sativum in minimum amounts as an insecticide

Research the use of Cinnamonum Cassia as a natural antibiotic against bacteria

Research the use of Cinnamonum Cassia as a natural way to kill mold

Research the use of Cinnamonum Cassia as a natural way to control arthritis

Research the use of Cinnamonum Cassia as a natural way to control high blood pressure

Research the use of Cinnamonum Cassia as a natural way to improve insulin resistance in Type 2 diabetes

Research the use of Cinnamonum Cassia as a natural way to kill cancer cells

Research the use of Cinnamonum Cassia in minimum amounts as an insecticide

Research the use of sodium chloride in minimum amounts as an insecticide

Research the use of sodium chloride in minimum amounts as an insect repellent

 Research the use of sodium chloride in minimum amounts as a pesticide

Research on the primordial development of insect cell structures

Research on modern insects cell structure and tolerance to minimum sodium exposure

Research of the ancient use of sodium chloride in farming that produced the Sahara Desert region

Research of the ancient use of sodium chloride as a weapon

Research of ancient Sumerian texts for ancient organic formulas

Research of ancient Egyptian texts for ancient organic formulas

Research of ancient Indus texts for ancient organic formulas

Research of ancient Oriental texts for ancient organic formulas

Research of ancient Sumerian texts for ancient organic medicinal formulas

Research of ancient Egyptian texts for ancient organic medicinal formulas

Research of ancient Indus texts for ancient organic medicinal formulas

Research of ancient Oriental texts for ancient organic medicinal formulas

 

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