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Arbol de Tule

Arbol de Tule is one of a wide range of carefully researched essences that we use when producing the Phytobiophysics formulas. You can find out more about the benefits of using arbol de tule on this page.  You can also find out which of our products arbol de tule is used in.

Name:Arbol de Tule
Collection Time:summer
Colour:orange
Frequency:580nm

 

Summary:Montezuma cypress Arbol del Tule
the name of the tree from which Lucy Hodges collected the essence was called El Árbol del Tule Spanish for The Tree of Tule it is a tree located in the church grounds in the town center of Santa María del Tule in the Mexican state of Oaxaca, . It is aTaxodium mucronatum, or ahuehuete meaning "old man of the water" in Nahuatl. It has the stoutest trunk of any tree in the world. In 2001 it was placed on a UNESCO tentative list of World Heritage Sites.[1]
Type of person arbol de tule is suitable for:
In 2005, its trunk had a circumference of 36.2 m 119 ft, equating to a diameter of 11.62 m 38.1 ft,[2] a slight increase from a measurement of 11.42 m 37.5 ft m in 1982.[3] However, the trunk is heavily buttressed, giving a higher diameter reading than the true cross-sectional of the trunk represents when this is taken into account, the diameter of the 'smoothed out' trunk is 9.38 m 30.8 ft.[2] This is still slightly larger than the next most stout tree known, a Giant Sequoia with a 8.98 m 29.5 ft diameter.[4]

The height is difficult to measure due to the very broad crown the 2005 measurement,egrg made by laser, is 35.4 m 116 ft,[2] shorter than previous measurements of 41–43 m 135–141 ft.[3] According to the signboard by the tree see gallery, below, it has a total volume of 816.829 m3 and a weight of 636.107 t 701.188 short tons these figures are however not independently verified, and given the same signboard's claim of a girth of 58 m 190 ft, must be treated with suspicion.

It is so large that it was originally thought to be multiple trees, but DNA tests have proven that it is only one tree. This does not rule out another hypothesis, which states that it comprises multiple trunks from a single individual.[6]

The age is unknown, with estimates ranging between 1,200 and 3,000 years, and even one claim of 6,000 years[6][7] the best scientific estimate based on growth rates is 1,433-1,600 years.[8] Local Zapotec legend holds that it was planted about 1,400 years ago by Pechocha, a priest of Ehecatl, the Aztec wind god, in broad agreement with the scientific estimate its location on a sacred site later taken over by the Roman Catholic Church would also support this.[6][7]

The tree is occasionally nicknamed the "Tree of Life" from all the images of animals that are reputedly visible in the tree's gnarled trunk. As part of an official project local schoolchildren give tourists a tour of the tree and show all manners of creatures that the trunk features, including jaguars and elephants.[citation needed]

we use this eincredible tree essences, regarded as the Oldest tree in the world for female reprocuction and to support woman.
Emotional support for:all female issues , the ancient femininty, the sacredness of woman,
'mother earth'

all over the world ancient temples are dedicated to woman. If you go to Malta the sacred temples are all dedicated to mother.
womanhood
Spiritual state arbol de tule can assist in:the ancient soul of motherhood
Additional advice related to using this essence:supportive of the health of female hormones in order to reproduce the species of mankind
Arbol de Tule may be used to assist the elimination of:chemicals which damage female fertility
oestrogenic chemicals
stilboestral in the food industry
synthetic ostrogen
'gender bender' chemicals
the birth control pill