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April 13, 2018 - EM™ for Wellness & Health

Oct 30, 2018
WHY WE NEED TO USE EM IN MAINTAINING OUR WELLNESS AND HEALTH

When we talk about preventive medicine the basic key to being healthy is to strengthen your natural healing power. Therefore, we need to help return our environment (soil, water, air) to a healthy, natural state.

EM Technology™ combines the beneficial and fermentative microorganisms that exist throughout nature, and integrates the force of natural healing power and immune strength that exists in humans and the environment. When the environment becomes healthy, so will human beings.

EM Technology™ - Beneficial Bacteria and Antioxidants for Optimum Health

EM™ with its naturopathic nature is a good source of supplement for promoting better health. Its benefits include:
  • The broad array of beneficial bacteria and trace minerals helps promotes balanced and healthy digestive and immune systems
  • EM™-derived enzymes generate beneficial bacteria, trace minerals, vitamins and healthy enzymes needed by human body, and
  • EM™ is rich in antioxidants which could neutralise the formation of free radicals, one of the main source of cancer.

EM-X® Gold contains highly bio-available EM® -derived enzymes that generate highly beneficial metabolic fermentation byproducts. These metabolites include trace minerals, vitamins, beneficial bacteria and healthy enzymes.

April 13, 2018 - EM™ for Disaster Relief

Oct 30, 2018
EM™ is often used to solve problems raised in areas affected by disasters. When the municipal water supply is disrupted in post disaster condition, EM™ is able to prove its effectiveness in sanitary measures including odor control and cleaning up of affected areas to curb the spread of pathogen diseases.

EM™ is recently used in the Thailand flood which inundated Bangkok and most of Thailand’s South to clean up the affected areas. EM™ was also used in Japan after it was hit by the Tsunami and Earthquake that struck the north-east part of the country on 11th March 2011. Other EM™ applications for disaster relief include:-
  • EM™ was applied after the Johor flood in Kota Tinggi in year 2007 to improve the hygienic condition.
  • It was also used extensively in Thailand, Indonesia, and other countries which suffered from the Tsunami Wave Disaster caused by the devastating earthquake occurred off the west coast of Sumatera, Indonesia in 2004.
  • It was used by the German government after the Elbe River flood disaster in 2002 to remediate the standing toxic water and contaminated drainage sites.
  • EM™ has also been used for decontaminating the polluted inland seas of Japan and China as well as other bioremediation projects around the world – where marine life and vegetation have significantly returned.

April 13, 2018 - HISTORY OF EM™ TECHNOLOGY

Oct 30, 2018
EM Technology™ was developed over 35 years ago by Professor Dr. Teruo Higa from the University of Ryukyus, Okinawa, Japan. As an agriculturist, Dr. Teruo Higa was testing a variety of microorganisms, where he accidentally fell upon a blend of microscopic organisms that had formed a symbiotic alliance which is capable of positively influencing decomposing organic matter and turn it into a "life promoting" process, i.e. The wastes from one become the food for the other. Dr. Higa then decided to name his discovery “Effective Microorganisms”, which is now popularly referred to as EM. EM was originally considered as an alternative for agricultural chemicals. Today, EM is produced in more than 50 countrie and distributed to more than 130 countries around the world. EM is not only applied to enhance sustainable agriculture, but also for environmental, industrial and human health.

Nature’s Little Recyclers

Due to the regenerative capability of these microbes to consume toxins and produce beneficial by-products such as vitamins, enzymes, organic acids, bioactive minerals, and antioxidants, they are sometimes referred to as “nature’s little recyclers”.

 Dr. Higa background and His Philosophy



Dr. Higa’s Background


Dr. Teruo Higa was born in 1941 in the Okinawa prefecture. He graduated from the Department of Agriculture, College of Agriculture from the University of the Ryukyus, where he then pursued his Doctorate study at the Agriculture Research Department at Kyushu University. Dr. Higa later joined University of the Ryukyus as a Professor in 1982 and he is also the director at the International EM Technology Center of Meio University in Okinawa, Japan. Known internationally for developing " EM Technology™", Dr. Higa has been actively involved in its instruction in various countries.
 
Philosophy


The industrialization in our world now is creating more competitions than ever for the scarce resources, which has resulted in an outbreak of serious global problems such as air pollution and food shortages. In contrast, the fundamental belief in Dr. Higa’s philosophy is 'creating a society based on co-existence and co-prosperity' to solve these global issues.

Dr. Higa believes that the positive traits that exists in EM plays a key role to tackle problems regarding to food supply, environmental preservation, medical care and energy supply for the establishment of world peace. For example, the application of EM in agriculture eliminates pollution to the environment while providing a supply of high quality food at low cost. The use of EM to recycle kitchen and animal wastes helps reduces environmental pollution and safeguarding human health.

Concept of Technology

Dr. Higa invokes a "dominance principle" to explain the effects of EM. He claims that three groups of microorganisms exist: "positive microorganisms" (regeneration – microbes that heal, restore and enliven), "negative microorganisms" (decomposition, degeneration – microbes that break down, decompose and putrefy), and "opportunist microorganisms". In every medium (soil, water, air, the human intestine), the ratio of "positive" and "negative" microorganisms is critical, since the opportunist microorganisms tend to follow the lead of whichever alliance that establishes dominance. Therefore, Dr. Higa believes that it is possible to positively influence the given media by increasing the ratio of the "positive" microorganisms.

April 13, 2018 - What Is EM™?

Oct 30, 2018
EM stands for "Effective Microorganisms™". EM consists of a mixed culture of beneficial and naturally-occurring microorganisms most used or found in food industry and agriculture. EM is produced through a natural process and not chemically synthesized and not genetically modified (non-GMO).

Microorganisms in EM

EM is made up of three main genera: lactic acid bacteria, yeast, and phototropic bacteria. These effective microorganisms create beneficial substances such as vitamins, organic acids, chelated minerals and anti-oxidants when in contact with organic matter.




1. Lactic Acid Bacteria

Lactic acid bacteria convert sugar and other source into lactic acid. Through the production of lactic acid, lactic acid bacteria also inhibit the growth of pathogenic microorganisms. Lactic acid bacteria have been noted for its beneficial effects on health and longevity and it is widely used in making fermented foods such as cheese, yogurt and pickles.



2. Yeast


A fermentation starter necessary for making bread. Yeast live in sugar-rich environments such as in nectar and the surface of fruits. In EM•1®, yeast produces many bio-active substances such as amino acids and polysaccharides.

3. Phototrophic Bacteria

Phototrophic bacteria utilize solar energy to metabolize organic and inorganic substances and play a major role in nitrogen cycling and carbon cycling. Being one of the oldest living organisms on the planet, it is the essential element of EM because of its ability to balance the other microorganisms to allow them to co-exist.


June 9, 2018 - EM RECIPE, EMAS & EM MUDBALL

Oct 30, 2018
EM RECIPE

How to activate EM•1®
(**Activated EM•1 is called EM Activated Solution “EMAS “)

Materials
  1. Water 400 ml
  2. Molasses 20 - 25 ml
  3. (or brown sugar 20 - 25 gm)
  4. EM•1 20 - 25 ml
  5. 500-ml bottle
Method
  • Pour 400 ml of water into a measuring cup.
  • Add 20 - 25 ml of molasses (or 20 - 25 gm of brown sugar). Mix well.
  • Add in 20 - 25 ml of EM•1®. Mix well.
  • Pour all contents into the plastic bottle. Make sure to leave about 10% air space.
  • Keep the bottle tightly closed and leave in a warm place (i.e. 20 - 40oC) for 7 – 10 days.
  • Loosen the cap a few times over the 10 days to release pent-up gas.
  • When gas formation stops, the fermentation process is complete.
  • Store in a cool dark place.
  • Use within 1 month according to the dilutions below:


Points to note:
  • Check to make sure the cap is always closed tightly for both EM•1 and EMAS. When air enters during the fermentation stage, unwanted microbes can enter and begin putrefying the contents.
  • DO NOT use a glass bottle for making EMAS as the pent-up gas may lead to an explosion.
  • To check for quality, ensure that the pH is below pH 3.6. The smell should be sweet-sour.
  • After opening the bottle of EM•1, white flakes may appear on the surface of the liquid. This is yeast and is harmless.
  • Discard if the pH rises above 4 or if there is a foul smell.
  • To ensure the quality, we do not recommend to use a 2nd generation of EMAS or further generation.
NOTE:

• EM likes warm conditions.

A suitable temperature for fermentation (propagation) of EM•1 is from 30°C to 40°C. In the winter, and other times when the temperature is low, after making the Activated EM•1 (dissolving the molasses in hot water), place the EM next to a radiator, space heater, or other warm device, or even wrap it in a blanket or an insulator, in order to promote EM fermentation.

When is Activated EM•1® ready to use?

Activated EM•1 is ready to use, 7 - 10 days after preparing it, when the pH of Activated EM•1 drops below 3.6 (ideally it has a pH between 3 - 3.5), and when it has a sweet-sour smell and has changed color from black to dark brown. However, please note that there will be some variation in the results of the fermentation of Activated EM•1 due to factors such as; the quality of the water and molasses, the amount of EM•1 and molasses, and temperature differences (water during mixing, room temperature).

USE:
Ideally, it is best to use Activated EM•1 within a week after Activated EM•1 is ready (after the pH is below 3.6). The effective microorganisms in Activated EM•1 are very active and powerful during this period. You can use Activated EM•1 for up to one month after it is ready. However, the microbial effects of Activated EM•1 are not as great as when it is "young".

Storage

Activated EM•1 should be kept in an expandable air-tight container to keep it anaerobic. Store Activated EM•1 at room temperature 20°C to 30°C. Refrigeration is not necessary. In containers that are not totally airtight, a white layer of yeast bacteria may form on the surface. Since this may lead to putrefaction, remove the layer as needed and transfer to a container that can be closed tightly. If stored Activated EM•1 has a foul smell or the pH rises above 4.0, the solution could be contaminated with undesirable microbes and should be discarded. It is fine to pour this material on a long-term compost pile.

Uses for Activated EM•1:

From domestic use to Cleaning up the environment
  1. Improving soil quality for healthy plants.
  2. Eliminating foul odor.
  3. Keeping your drain clean.
EM•1 can benefit agriculture, clean the environment, and improve our life
  • EM•1 eliminates odor so, it can be used for cleaning in the home.
  • Dilute EM•1 or Activated EM•1 with water (1:500 dilution) then use it for cleaning.
  • A half cup in the washing machine can help clean the clothes.
  • The EM•1 in the water draining into your pipes will work on cleaning the sewer lines.
  • A half cup in a vaporizer will remove odors in the home (cigarettes, wet dog smell, food).
  • Clean the bathroom with it too. Have spray bottle handy and spray into the sink, shower, and toilet after each use. (1:500 dilution).
Checklists for Good Fermentation:

✔Use quality EM・1
✔Clean air-tight container
✔Clean water
✔Sweet and uncontaminated molasses.
✔keep in a warm place during fermentation
     ideal temperature is 20-35¡æ
 ✔Keep anaerobic condition

Checklists for Quality EMAS:

Fermentation period -  7-10 days£¨depends on temperature£©
  • pH - Should drop to below 3.6
  • Smell - Sweet-sour fermentation smell£¨Unpleasant smell means failure of the process£©
  • Color - Dark brown turns into a lighter brown
  • Gas formation - Generally stops when fermentation is completed

2. How to prepare EM™ Mudballs

Materials
  1. Soil. It is usually better to use clay-soil that can easily be formed into balls.
  2. Activated EM•1.
  3. Molasses (At 10% the volume of the Activated EM•1)
  4. EM Bokashi.
How to use EM Mudballs
  • Use EM Mudballs in river bottoms and mud flats where slime has accumulated. Generally, use one EM Mudball for each square meter (1m X 1 m) of the polluted area.
  • Use EM Mudballs once each season until results are seen.
  • Cleaning up oceans, rivers, lakes and ponds requires the application of EM into the water through a variety of methods. It is recommended that Activated EM•1 also be regularly applied into the water to supplement the use of EM Mudballs.
Ratio of materials

For 10,000 EM Mudball (100m X 100m area)

-1500kg Soil- Clay-like-soil. Easy to form balls.
-150kg EM Bokashi
-500L Activated EM•1 (EMAS).
- EM Ceramics Powder may be added- Optional
-Charcoal powder (5-10%) -Optional

Note:

Since the water content of the soil used will vary, the amount of Activated EM•1 (EMAS) will vary as well. As a general rule, though, if for instance you produce 15 liters of material you will need approximately 1 liter/quart of Activated EM•1 (EMAS). Always be sure to have enough Activated EM•1 (EMAS) on hand in case it is needed. If you use it up, you can add extra water instead (don’t be afraid to use a lot of Activated EM•1).

The amount of optional EM Ceramics Powder will be between 0.1% of the total amount. For example, for 10 liters of material this will equal 10 gram of EM Ceramics Powder.

August 1, 2018 - Asia Pacific Natural Agriculture Network (APNAN) International Workshop

Oct 30, 2018
August 1, 2018 - Asia Pacific Natural Agriculture Network (APNAN) International Workshop
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Malaysian Participant were welcomed into Saraburi Kyusei Natural Farming Centre,Thailand for Asia Pacific Natural Agriculture Network(APNAN) International Workshop.

Day 1

1. Concept of Nature Farming
2. Basic Info on EM
3. Field Visit to Saraburi Farm
4. EM Activated Solution (EMAS) & EM Fermented Plant Extract (EMFPE) Class

August 1, 2018 - APNAN Workshop

Oct 30, 2018
August 1, 2018 - APNAN Workshop
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APNAN Workshop Day 2!

1. EM Bokashi & EM Mudball Class
2. EM Bokashi & EM Mudball Practical
3. Crop Management Class
4. Land Preparation Practice
5. Mushroom Cultivation
6. Visits Sekai Kyusei Kyo Sacred Ground
7. Closing Ceremony

August 1, 2018 - Plastics Not Food

Oct 30, 2018
August 1, 2018 - Plastics Not Food
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Another good news! 😍 Biodegradable and compostable products are now available at EM Greenlife, our retail shop @ Sutera Mall.

They are made from Sugarcane Bagasse (natural fibers). Hence the food packaging are compostable within 6 month after usage and will not produce any toxic leftovers. Products are made by Ener Worldwide Sdn Bhd.

The plastic we throw are coming back full circle to us in our daily diet. Plastic contaminants are now found worldwide in our drinking water, in seafood and even in sea salt 😫😥 It is time to break-up with single use plastics to save our planet and the eco-system.

Detox our planet! Everyone can do our part 🌱🌿🌾🌏

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