Bio Mineral Electric

Here at Safeeakh Farms, were use a Bio-Mineral Electric approach to cultivation. However, you may wonder, what exactly is a Bio-Mineral Electric approach? This section will briefly cover the fundamental ideas behind this particular understanding in order to make more sense of this topic.

It should first be stated that the Bio-Mineral Electric approach is based upon the principles presented by Dr. Sebi’s (Alfredo Bowman), African Bio-Mineral Balance as well as both Biblical and scientific truths. We are very grateful for the information that Dr. Sebi left for us as Safeeakh Farms has not only found his teachings to be scripturally sound but actually practical and highly effective.

Dr. Sebi (Alfredo Bowman)

Again, it is the intent of this article to provide a brief explanation of the Bio-Mineral Electric perspective utilized in our cultivation techniques here at Safeeakh Farms.

The Bio-Mineral Electric approach is actually a very simple understanding. It is based in the fact that the Human body is electrical and thus needs electric food input. The Human body is also made of Earth. The earth contains mineral elements that are necessary to conduct different forms of energy to perform specific bodily functions. The minerals that are needed from the earth are found in rock solid (oxide) form which is inedible to human. Therefore, natural plants and herbs are needed in order to transform the solid inedible mineral into a form that is able to be digested by the body. As a result, it is imperative to provide the plants we intend to consume with quality mineral content in the soil so that they might provide our bodies with the proper minerals we need to maintain specific cellular energy levels and health. Again, this whole approach is based on the simple biblical understanding that the human body is comprised of the exact same elements that are in the Earth.

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And the Lord God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul.” – Genesis 2:7

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And the Lord God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul.” – Genesis 2:7

In the sweat of thy face shalt thou eat bread, till thou return unto the ground; for out of it wast thou taken: for dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou return.” – Genesis 3:19

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But now, O Lord, thou art our father; we are the clay, and thou our potter; and we all are the work of thy hand.” – Isaiah 64:8

According to the knowledge found in the Biblical record of the ancient Hebrew Israelites, Mankind (Men & Women) was formed from the “dust of the Earth.” This is an important fact that can be scientifically verified and its relevance will be demonstrated later in this article. However, the initial significance we will examine, in regards to the body of Mankind being created of the “dust of the earth”, we can easily conclude that the same elements that the earth is composed of must also be found in the body of Man if he indeed was created from that same Earth. We find that science actually supports this fact.


[Carbon] is the second most abundant element in the human body by mass (about 18.5%) after oxygen.” – Carbon, Wikipedia

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Based on the factual accord between the Biblical record, the teachings of Dr. Sebi and Science discovery, we can certainly conclude that the same elements found in the Earth the are also used in the makeup of the Human body. These elements are known as minerals and it is minerals that conduct the energy that the body needs to function properly.

By consuming natural vegetation we can replenish the depleted mineral energy of the body. Those minerals are assimilated into the body through the process of ‘chemical affinity’ as the body can only utilize substances that it is already made of – Earth. From dust we all came and to dust we should return.

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A body in good health is characterized as one containing a proper balance of the mineral elements found within the earth. A balance of those elements inside of the body allows it to perform and conduct its full potential energy. On the contrary, a body in poor health is characterized by the lack of energy and performance resulting from an incomplete mineral profile. The electro magnetic aura is a reflection of the level of vitality.
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Again, the mineral elements that the body needs to replenish itself are found in the Earth. However, these minerals are found in a rock solid (oxide) form. The human body cannot digest solid rocks so the question is, how can the body replenish these essential mineral elements if they are found in the Earth as undigestible solids? The solution is found in natural vegetation!
The plants that God made are true alchemist. Those plants that make part of the natural creation of life are able to conduct the natural energy of life. The root systems of natural plants transform the solid minerals of the earth into a predigested liquid form, ready for Mankind and animals to consume. If we eat specific plants that contain particular ratios of mineral elements/electromagnetic spectrum, we can begin to replenish the vitality lacking in our bodies. Although the wisdom concerning plants and their relation to health has long been in existence, the Greek physician Hippocrates, referred to as “The father of Western Medicine,” is well known for promoting food as medicine. As products of our environent, we actually are what we eat and therefore the things we consume should compliment our body’s natural composition.

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Hopefully, these ideals are simple enough to be understood with the help of the visual aids. The body is electric and needs electric food to maintain proper function and movement. All movement is electrical and the balance of minerals and water promote the conduction of that necessary electric energy. Natural plants have the ability to transform solid minerals into a liquid and electrically charged form that our bodies can use.

As a result, Safeeakh Farms attempts to used the best quality of herbs with high mineral content and vibratory frequency in order to fertilize our crops that in turn feed our bodies. We are grateful to have access to certain scientific equipment to help quantify and qualify the efficacy of our garden’s plants but we are especially thankful to the Most High God, I AM THAT I AM/AHAYAH (Exodus 3:13-15) for providing these herbs for the service of man (Psalm 104:14, Sirach 38:4) and the knowledge he reminded us of through Dr. Sebi concerning the natural vegetation and our health. The Bio-Mineral Electric perspective is the approach we practice at Safeeakh Farms to grow strong and share Shalom.

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Project V: Variegated Cannabis

Project V is the name of our endeavor to ‘pheno-hunt’ for the rare variegation trait in DJ Short’s Old World Genetics. The Rosaberry x Blueberry BX1 tester seeds that I received from DJ produced an amazing male possessing the variegation trait.

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I plan to breed this male with some Vanilluna females in efforts to maintain and increase the consistency of this rare trait in my garden. The Vanilluna strain by DJ Short has been known to display the variegation train. The following photo is an example of the display of this trait in his garden and what I hope to find in my own:

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ABOVE: A variegated Vanilluna plant of DJ Short’s garden @OldWorldGenetics

This phenotypic (outward/perceivable) expression in this particular line of plants from Mr. John seems to be derived from the original landrace Afghani or Thai plants that DJ Short worked with but that is only my own personal assertion based on the variegation that I found on the male plant I have from DJ that was backcrossed to his original 4th generation Blueberry; also a product of his original landrace Afghani/Thai genetics.

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I will soon be popping some Vanilluna seeds and hopefully we can find some females that display the infamous variegation trait. If so, we can then breed them with the Rosaberry x Blueberry [f4] male that I already have with the variegation trait and the progeny should be quite interesting. Not only should we be able to increase the consistency of the display of this rare ornamental trait but we should also be able to find the medicinal cannabinoid CBD in the chemotropic profile of that potential seed progeny. Beautiful medicine is the endeavor of Project V.

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Second Generation Genetics (JD Short) Instagram page
Unfortunately, the DJ Short’s Vanilluna strain is no longer in productions but there are a few discontinued packs available through select distributors. Contact Old World Genetics or Second Generation Genetics for more information.

After sprouting a few of the Vanilluna seeds from DJ Short myself, the Most High happened to bless me with one variegated sprout!

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Again, after sprouting a couple of Vanilluna seeds from DJ Short (marked ‘VL’ in the photos below) I was blessed with a seedling that was highly variegated from it’s initial “ground breaking” arrival into the world!

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A very nice addition to the garden indeed. Despite the belief of many individuals, that this variegated trait is a worthless genetic mutation that should be removed from my garden, I actually enjoy it’s aesthetic ornamental appeal, genetic history, and the rarity of this particular characteristic.

If I am able to chaperone the plant into maturity, Most High willing, whether it be male or female, I plan on using it for future breeding. However, if I am fortunate enough to have a female from this sprout, it would be an ideal partner for the Rosaberry x Blueberry [f4] BX1 male that I have in my library. Let’s see what happens.


While growing the Vanilluna pictured in this Project V blog, I also came into possession of some Wild Thailand seeds. Of course, I popped a few.

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Within this pack of seeds, I found, so far, one plant that supported my original theory regarding the origin of the variegation trait found in some of DJ Short’s genetic lines.

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Notice the “Yin-Yang” leaf variegation on one of the fan leafs

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Although I of course cannot be certain of the actual origin of DJ Shorts original Thai genetics, it is interesting to randomly find the variegation trait in the seeds labelled “Wild Thailand” as well as in DJ Short’s Vanilluna strain that has “Purple Thai”, “Chocolate Thai” and “Highland Thai” in it’s genetics. Vanilluna was created from a female from the same seed stock as the Blue Satellite with the Blue Satellite and its seed stock being the F4 generation of DJ’s  Floral Line derived from the CT (Chocolate Thai) and HOG (Highland Oaxaca Gold) as well as the PT and Afghani. Being that I have yet to see the variegation trait displayed in a “Pure Afghani/Indica” plant nor in any Oaxacan (which we also in the library), and also after reading that variegation is often found in plant specifies found in the understory of tropical forest, I again have become more convinced of the high probability that the variegation genetic can be found in Thai/Laos genetics. More research will have to be performed in the near future to find confirmation. In any event, it is amazing to see both the variegated Wild Thailand and DJ Short’s Vanilluna together.

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Notice the similar “Yin-Yang” leaf variegation in the WOS Wild Thailand (LFT) and the DJ Short’s Vanilluna (RT)

The variegated Vanilluna looks amazing but is still too young to determine if it is male of female. I will be grateful for whatever my garden receives but it would be nice to see the female flowers that form from a plant with this display of variegation.

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It is also interesting to see the variegated Vanilluna next to the non-variegated Vanilluna for sake of comparison.

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As I previously stated, it would be very nice to see the variegated Vanilluna plant as a female. There are two reasons:

  1. PRESERVATION: According to a recent post by JD Short @secondgenerationgenetics (DJ Short’s son), the Vanilluna mother was “recently lost” and “soon be no more”.Vanilluna recently lost
    I have some excellent Vanilluna males selected for preservatory breeding but I would like to use this variegated plant, if female, to produce a Vanilluna x Vanilluna offspring that would also carry the infamous Vanilluna variegation.
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A few selected Vanilluna males.
  • EXPLORATION: I would allow like to used the variegated Vanilluna female to breed with the Rosaberry Bx Blueberry F4 male that I have with some interesting variegation as well.
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The Variegated Rosaberry Bx Blueberry F4 male

This male displays some interesting and consistent variegation traits. I say that they are consistent because I have taken cuttings from the plant to remove the variegated parts which have all regrown with the reoccurrence of the variegation trait.

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Some of the variegation on this male plant has splashes of yellow and strawberry pink. This variegation display is reminiscent of what JD Short has called “easter basket” variegation as displayed on his “Black Rose” strain.

JD Short's easter basket variegation on Black Rose no.3

Obviously, my display is not nearly as stunning as JD’s but I still think there’s some potential in the seed progeny if I bring the variegated Rosaberry Bx1 Blueberry F4 male together with the variegated Vanilluna female.

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The variegated Vanilluna female performed very well and surprised me with her healthy leaf development. The green parts of the plant seem to create the energy that the white parts are unable to photosynthesize.

The foliage lacking chlorophyll was a very stunning ‘paper-white’ or had a slight yellow tint. They were also susceptible to necrosis (leaf deterioration/death) if the plant is overwatered. The variegated Vanilluna seemed to prefer conditions bordering closer to too little water rather than too much. After understanding the proper water balance, the variegated and white leaves became quite stunning.


Although many might like to attribute her interesting leaf patterns to a plant virus or “light-burn,” it would actually appear to be a genetic trait that we will discuss in some detail later. This plant was grown outdoors in full Sun and the intriguing flowers and leaves were a result of that energy and light spectrum.

The flowers that developed from the variegated Vanilluna gave an amazing display of colors.

The dried flowers were amazing in look and effect. This plant maintained the aroma and flavor profile of here catalogued description, as well as the effect. The colors were the only perceivable difference and they were very different indeed. It also makes me curious if there are any different cannabinoids being produced.







Not only were we able to enjoy the flowers but seeds were also made. The seeds were made from of cross between a male Vanilluna from the same pack as the variegated female Vanilluna, rather than the male variegated Rosaberry pictured earlier in this post. We do have pollen from that male and hope to experiment with it as well in the future, however the Vanilluna x Vanilluna breeding produced some variegated Vanilluna F2 seeds.  Many of the seed calyxes maintained the same variegated patterns of the parts of the plant where they grew.


After making these seeds, it was uncertain what they would produce or whether the variegated trait would be passed on or not. Many individuals shared their own opinions but I decided to do some of my own research into the possibility. I found some good information and was led by someone online to a particular link.

In an answer to the question regarding variegation, “what makes certain plants have variegated leaves? Is this an adaptation for survival, the way cactus features are or the way flowers are built to appeal to pollinators?” The Horticulture Magazine stated:

Variation in leaf color arises because of a lack of the green pigment chlorophyll in some of the plant cells. It isn’t an adaptation to the environment, but instead it is usually the result of a cell mutation, and can be inherited (genetic) or occur randomly (chimeric). If genetic, the color change is stable, which means that if you propagate a green shoot from a plant with colored leaves or sow its seed, the coloring will reappear in the new plant. This applies both to green leaves with irregular markings (variegation), say in white and yellow, and to those of a single solid color such as gold or purple.

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The idea that the trait could be stable and preserved was very exciting upon reading the above information. Further encouragement came by way of a heated discussion regarding variegation on the Instagram page of @unknowngrower. Many great bits of information came from multiple sources that participated in the debate but we all arrived a final conclusion. This conclusion came by way of the research of @unknowngrower and the answer helped to confirm the previous understanding on variegation provided by Horticulture Magazine. @Unknowngrower was able to contact a former Director at the Smith College who stated, in regards to a description of the variegated Vanilluna:

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This information and understanding  about the chimera-like nature of the variegated Vanilluna was not only fascinating but also true! After popping 12 seeds produced from the variegated Vanilluna mother plant, 11 of the 12 displayed some form of variegation or albinism. It would seem that, based on the part of the mother plant the seed developed on and the the pattern of that area of development, the seed would possess the specific genetics of that particular part of the plant. The idea of seeds from a chimera has profound implications, especially in regards to genetic diversity and the potential of the progeny. Many of the sprouts looked just like their mother did when she first broke ground.

This Vanilluna F2 sprout looks almost identical to it’s mother at this same stage in her life.

As the seedlings grew, their variegated display became much more pronounced than the their mother and their is a greater manifestation of white/albino parts than in the P1 generation.



These seedlings have since grown and developed some really peculiar expressions. Solid white foliage has become dominant in a few of the seedlings in contrast to the variegation of their mother.

I was surprised to find that two of the seedlings with the most predominate white leaves continued to grow after a month. I didn’t expect them to progress because of their lack of chlorophyll but they are doing well despite those deficiencies.

The two premier plants of the twelve, based on visual appeal, became even more vibrant when they reached the full sun. I noticed that the subtle pink color foreshadowed in new growth and main stalk of the plants became a much deeper fuchsia color when exposed to strong full sun. This cause me to make an association between the color expression and the light intensity which in turn caused me to do some reading. My studies led me to some really good information that corroborated my assertions. Aside from more scholarly sources, High Times even had a fancy article regarding this phenomenon in a 2016 article regarding ‘Anthocyanins‘.

It certainly appears as if the anthocyanins within the plants are responding well to the sunlight in attempts to mitigate the light intensity. Being that the sunlight is bringing out more radiant colors, I hope that this phenotypic expression will be passed on to the next generations. Most High willing, we will be able to move forward with these traits to make more seed stock and get some chemotype test results in order to better understand what we are potentially working with.

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If the original Vanilluna parents of DJ Short’s Vanilluna (the P1 mother having been lost) were the P1’s then the variegated Vanilluna mother and the non variegated Vanilluna father would be the F1 generation, making these albino-like plants the F2 generation. We hope to find some nice selections and move forward properly with Project-V.

Outpouring New Life

Safeeakh (סָפִיחַ caphiyach {saw-fee’-akh}) is a word of Hebrew origin that describes the new life or ‘volunteer’ after-growth from spilled kernels. A previous abundant harvest often leaves behind self sown seeds that spontaneously grow of their own accord.




Safeeakh Farms has volunteered to do the research necessary to bring organic, healthy and sustainable farming back into the world’s remembrance.

“The harvest truly is great, but the labourers are few: pray ye therefore the Lord of the harvest, that he would send forth labourers into his harvest.”

One Good Season


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Planting according to the Enochian Calendar allowed us to witness an excellent season and an amazing harvest at the appointed time in the seventh month of harvest. Take a look at some of those blessed moments at the farm.

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Here are some photos of the NL (Narrow Leaf)’Kush’varieties of the 2016 garden. All were grown from seed. The resulting effect was clear headed, yet providing a very strong and long lasting body high.



















Rosaberry & Rosaberry Bx1

We added some amazing Daniel John Old World Genetics with a strong CBD profile to Safeeakh Farm’s genetic library!



Some really beautiful and vigorous  DJ Short’s Old World Genetics were added to the collection this past July.




I’m extremely pleased with the performance of these plants, so far. Im very grateful for these tester gifts from DJ himself after the cultivation class he hosted in Los Angeles, California.

DJ Short's cultivation class Los Angeles

 Of the 6 seeds that I sprouted (3 from each strain), 4 were males (2 Rosaberry & 2 Rosaberry Bx Blueberry F4), and 2 were females (1 Rosaberry & 1 Rosaberry Bx Blueberry F4).



I have 2 males that display dominant AC/DC phenotypes (very spider-like vigorous growth and narrow leaves) while the other 2 display Afghani dominance in their leaf structure and color.








Guinea Fowl

Our Guinea Fowl play a key role in the quality control here at Safeeakh Farms. Chemical pest control alternatives are one of the greatest concerns of any organic farm and the introduction of natural predators is a common solution. The Guinea Fowl work as our clean-up crew.




Not only do our Guinea Fowl look cool, but they keep the farm virtually pest free! They are voracious eaters and have a very loud call that will alert you of anything passing by or flying overhead considered too close for comfort. Another significant characteristic about the Guinea’s is that they are very social and family oriented. They contribute a wonderfully positive and upbeat energy to Safeeakh Farm’s ecosystem.