These grapes have a very nice purple color when they are ready. These vines are growing up my persimmon tree. So my persimmon tree does give me Asian persimmons and it supports these purple grape vines climbing up its branches.
Well, I guess they work together that way. The purple grapes do have seeds in that must be chewed on to swallow. I actually like grapes like these.
You see it is the seeds of fruits that will give vitamin B17. It is the bitterness of the seed that will help the body fight off cancers. I got that from a documentary called, G. Edward Griffin - A World Without Cancer - The Story Of Vitamin B17. It is put up by MasterpieceConCen7.
It is the vitamin B17 that have been missing from our modern western diets. Well, most people when given a chance to eat bitter things will pass at the chance.
I had a friend and his parents used to eat bitter melon, but when he was on his own he didn't want to eat bitter melon any more. I thought that was interesting as he used to eat it before, but I guess when he did eat it, he didn't like it at the time and when away from his parents, he wouldn't eat it on his own.
It is also interesting that bears in the wild never get cancer and bears in captivity will at many times get cancer. Well, it would have to be the diet of the bears that make the difference.
Bears in the wild will eat a wild bear diet and that would include fruits with seeds, those bitter seeds that will fight cancer cells. Now the bear in captivity will not eat a diet of its own choice. No, the caretaker will give the food that the bear will eat. Well, bears naturally like eating berries and those berries with the seeds. I would imagine the price of food for the bears in captivity will not have the berries that the bear will eat in the wild as berries are expensive and bears will eat a lot of them in the wild.
So bears in captivity will get cancer, unless the bear keepers will make sure the bears will also have a diet with vitamin B17 in it.
So the bears in captivity might do well if vines of grapes like these in the picture were grown in the places where the captive bears are.
With that I will look forward to when these grapes are in their beautiful purple color. I do like to pick them, wash them, then freeze them for a cool treat on a hot summer day.
Let's end with a scripture, with Jesus speaking, I am the vine, ye the branches: He that abideth in me, and I in him, the same bringeth forth much fruit: for without me ye can do nothing. John 15:5.
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Image is mine, taken with my Moto G.