A Woman's Health

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A Woman's Health

Herbs & Food For Female Reproductive Organs:

Asparagus,  Black haw,   Chamomile,  Chinese Angelica Root,  Chinese motherwort,  Cinnamon Bark,  Currents,   Don quai,   Ginger,  Passionflower,  Peppermint, Red raspberry leaf,  Valerian

Calcium: is known traditionally as a pain killer: menstrual cramps, pregnancy, labor contractions, after pains.  Calcium calms nerves, tones muscles, and clots blood.

  • Fruit:........................cherry, figs, papaya, peach3
  • Vegetable: ................broccoli, carob, cauliflower2, carrot juice,  squash,
  • Grain:.......................quinoa,
  • Legumes & Seeds:....small white beans, almonds, sesame seeds, tahini seeds,   
  • Herbs:.......................sea moss, red raspberry leaf, spirulina, sun chlorella,
  • Sea Vegetable: .........Hijiki
  • Other: .......................blackstrap molasses, yogurt
Iron: essential for making hemoglobin, enriches blood, ensures vitally, reasoning & memory.

Apricot, beet, blackstrap molasses, brewers yeast, date, cherry, dandelion greens, dulse, kelp, lentils, parsley, peach, pear, dried prunes, raisins, sesame seeds, pumpkins, alfalfa, nettle, yellow dock, liquid Floradix with Iron.

Balancing The Menstrual Cycle:

Deer Exercise: This exercise involves massaging the breast in a clockwise & counter-clockwise direction. Rubbing the breasts helps to support a healthy female reproductive system. Traditionally used for thousands of years as a technique of family planning.

  • Stimulates production of estrogen
  • rejuvinates energy
  • stimulates brain function
  • does not interfere with natural biological occuring menopause

Purpose For The Menstrual Cycle:
The purpose of menses is to cleanse nutrient rich blood in the uterus after the released egg (ovum) from the ovaries has not been fertilized. Blood & egg comes through Os.  The average egg lives only 24 hours, so it has to be fertilized soon if a baby is to be conceived. If the egg meets up with a healthy sperm on its way to the uterus, the two can join and begin the process of creating a new life. If not, it ends its journey at the uterus, where it disintegrates and is expelled a couple of weeks later during the menstrual period.   Reference Material:   "How To Create The Perfect Baby"

Signs of Imbalance:

  • [_] irregular cycle
  • [_] mood fluctuations
  • [_] hormonal blocks
  • [_] water accumulation
  • [_] cramps may indicate calcium deficiency
  • [_] excessive bleeding may indicate iron deficiency

2004:  the Japan Consumer Press reported that the weekly dietary intake of hijiki, does not exceed the provisional inorganic arsenic level. http://www.edenfoods.com/articles/view.php?articles_id=79 

HERBAL TEA:
Red Raspberry Leaf sweetened with honey.

Hijiki: This sea vegetable has a good calcium and magnesium balance. It is also rich in iodine, and riboflavin. Hijiki is frequently used in microbiotic cuisine.

A Transitional Vegetarian Cooked Meal: For those new to vegetarian cuisine and still like "meaty" flavors, it's all about the seasoning.

  • String Beans & Small Red Potatoes with Thyme,
  • Hijiki Sea Vegetable Over Season Rice Pilaf
  • "Field Roast" Veggie Apple Sausage with Sweet & Sour Sauce.

  • Lentil Soup w/okra & garlic, seasoned w/corriander & paprika.
  • Broccoli seasoned with tarragon.
  • Slices of canteloupe
  • The Hormonal System:

    • Uterus: the size of a fist. Ovaries: Produces a ripe travels to the fallopian tubes to the uterus, Produces
    • Estrogen: Female sex hormone responsible for development of sexual characteristics such as breasts, rounded hips
    • Progesterone: Responsible for 2nd half of menstrual cycle preparatory for implantation of the fertilized egg, and development of mammary glands.
    • Fallopian Tubes:Guides the egg (ovum) from the ovaries into the tubes to the uterus. An unfertilized egg disintegrates.
    • Cervix: The opening of the uterus is rounded or flattened the size of a quarter -fifty cents piece. the hole in center of the cervix is the Os.
    Signs Of Fertility:  Fertile mucous is moist, thin and stretches and supports sperm to swim up through the cervix. Fertile mucous appears usually 6 days prior to ovulation and last 4 days after ovulation. Sperm can live up to 5 days in fertile mucous. Infertile mucous is pasty, thick, & adhesive, has no elasticity thus is not welcoming to sperm. Observing the cervical mucous works well for women who have irregular menses, are breastfeeding, and who are pre-menopausal.

    Broccoli seasoned with dill and Hijiki

    Blackstrap Molasses in vanilla Rice Milk

     

    FROM THE FARM TO THE FRIDGE

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