This majestic old Larch tree started showing a bleeding spot in August of 2010.
After my bioenergy healing treatment, the spot started to clear. Here is it on September 2nd, 2010
As of January 5th, 2011, it was completely clear.
A row of 30 large Linden trees were transplanted on this housing development 2 years before I got there.
Irrigation was used to keep them watered.
Some of the trees showed leaking spots and showed Phytopthora canker.
These photos taken August 24th, 2010.
By August 30, the long spot was already dry…the twin Phytopthora spots were showing a bit of improvement.
On October 18th, the long spot was still dry and the twin Phytopthora spots were clearing.
When a trees leaks, its circulation is blocked and it can not move its inner fluids up or down properly. Therefore, it pushes the fluids out through areas of the bark that are the path of least resistance.
These photos were taken on July 17th, 2009.
On September 4th of 2010, I was in the area so I visited the tree.
I was delighted to see that all the leaking had stopped.