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,   Dill, 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:.......................dill, 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.

NUTRITION AND WELL-BEING A MOTHER'S VIEW
STRESS LEVELS AND EMOTIONAL WELL-BEING WHILE EATING HEALTHY FOODS

What I notice about my stress level and emotional well being... There are days when my meals get a little skimpy, or I try indulge in things that aren't so healthy. I've noticed that my emotions and my stress level sky rocket on those days. I cry more, my nerves are on edge, I may even get spells of depression for no apparent reason. When inquiring about this, I've learned through my childbirth educator the link between certain foods and stress. When you eat good things, they give you energy and balance, and you naturally feel great. This is even more true with pregnancy. It gives even greater meaning to the saying "you are what you eat." Sherita Duff, Singer 

 "I AM MATHEMATICS"

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SECTION D: 

Interview: Samuel Jackson   

FOOD FOR THOUGHT SELF DEVELOPMENT BALANCING:1-9

  • [__/_] Innerchild (birthday)
  • [__/_] Life Path (D.O.B.)
  • [__/_] Key (1st Name)

[] 1: 1, 10, 19, 28, 37, 46, 55, 64, 73, 82, 91
[] Fruits: orange, lemon, apple, fig, grapefruit
[] Vegetables: spinach
[] Herbs: ginger, chamomile, St. Johns Wort
[] Limit: oily/fatty food, flesh, wine, yogurt
[] Sensitive to: high blood pressure, heart palpitations
[] Associated with: heart and circulatory system
[] Essential Oil: chamomile, basil, ginger, marjoram, orange, rosemary

[ ] 2: 2, 11, 20, 29, 38, 47, 56, 65, 74, 83, 92
[] Fruits: melons, prunes, apple, lemon, strawberry
[] Vegetables: lettuce, cucumber, cabbage, cauliflower
[] Water: Drink plenty of spring or distilled water
[] Limit: many sweets at irregular hours, conflicts
[] Sensitive to: diabetes, digestive sys. prob., hemorrhage.
[] Associated with: digestive system, lymphatic system, synovial fluids, stomach, breasts, ovaries, sympathetic nervous system.
[] Essential Oil:  cinnamon bark, black pepper, hyssop, lemon, marjoram, peppermint, rosemary,

[ ] 3: 3, 12, 21, 30, 39, 48, 57, 66, 75, 84, 93
[] Fruits: apple, grape, cherry, peach, pomegranate
[] Vegetables: beet, sprouts, asparagus, parsnips, olive
[] Herbs: garlic, asafetida, fenugreek, ginger, mint
[] Limit: fats, hot spicy foods, overstrained nerves
[] Sensitive to: strained nerves, skin problems, sciatica, kidneys
[] Associated with: the liver, the nervous system, disposition of fats
[] Essential Oil:  cardamon, cumin, basil, ginger, lemon, marjoram, nutmeg, peppermint, vanilla,  

[ ] 4: 4, 13, 22, 31, 40, 49, 58, 67, 76, 85, 94
[] Fruits: banana, other fresh fruits.
[] Vegetables: okra, lentil, spinach, other vegetables.
[] Herbs: St. Johns Wort, scullcap, vervain
[] Limit: caffeine drinks, sugar, alcohol
[] Sensitive to: mental/emotional disorders, hysteria, mysterious ailments
[] Associated with: back, head
[] Essential Oil:  cardamon, coriander, grapefruit, hyssop, nutmeg, sage, spearmint, thyme, vanilla
 

[ ] 5: 5, 14, 23, 32, 41, 50, 59, 68, 77, 86, 95
[] Fruits: cherries, cranberries
[] Vegetables: kombu, parsnips, string beans
[] Grains: oats
[] Herbs: marjoram, parsley, cloves, hops, hyssop
[] Best to: fast often, get plenty rest and relaxation
[] Sensitive to: insomnia, exhaustion, lungs, drug abuse
[] Associated with: central nervous sytem, brain, respiratory system, thyroid, sensory organs
[] Essential Oil:  basil, coriander, hyssop, lemon, marjoram, peppermint
 

[ ] 6: 6, 15, 24, 33, 42, 51, 60, 78, 87, 96
[] Fruits: lime, pear, apricot, raspberry, melon
[] Vegetables: squash, brussel sprouts, radish
[] Legumes: all kinds of beans
[] limit: rich and fattening foods, limit sweets,
[] Sensitive to: breast, upper respiratory, circulation
[] Associated with: venous circulation, parathyroids, throat, kidneys, lumbar region, breasts
[] Essential Oil:  grapefruit, lemon, hyssop, oregano, rosemary, sage

[ ] 7: 7, 16, 25, 34, 43, 52, 61, 70, 79, 88, 97
[] Fruits: blackberry, pineapple, grapes, fruit juices of all kinds
[] Vegetables: onion, watercress, cabbage, lettuce, celery
[] Grains: oats
[] Herbs: sorrel, hops, elderflowers
[] Limit: repressed emotions and moods.
[] Sensitive to: worry, mental aggravation, stomach
[] Associated with: thalamus, spinal canal, nervous & mental processes
[] Essential Oil: coriander, fennel,
hyssop, sage

[ ] 8: 8, 17, 26, 35, 44, 53, 62, 71, 80, 89, 98
[] Fruits: dates,
[] Vegetables: spinach, celery, turnip
[] Herbs: savory, angelica, solomons seal
[] Limit: animal flesh (meat), intense feelings of loneliness
[] Sensitive to: blood diseases, liver, rheumatism, bones, headaches
[] Associated with: skeletal system, skin, teeth, gallbladder, spleen, liver, bile, intestines
[] Essential Oil:  ginger, hyssop, lemon, peppermint

[ ] 9: 9, 18, 27, 36, 45, 54, 63, 72, 81, 90, 99
[] Fruits: tomato, apricot, apple, dates, rhubarb
[] Vegetables: eggplant, leeks, bell peppers,
[] Herbs: mustard, garlic, raw onion, horse-radish, nettle
[] Limit: pickles, alcohol, or wines, rich foods
[] Sensitive to: headaches, ulcers, abuse of alcohol, drugs, contagious diseases: measles, chicken-pox, etc...
[] Associated with: muscular sytem, uro-genital system, gonads (sex organs), red corpuscles of the blood and kidney

[] Essential Oil:  ginger, hyssop, lemon, lemongrass, marjoram hyssop

Rating Frequency    

Pure Essential Oils have been recorded to raise the body’s frequencies, bringing mental clarity, strengthens immune system, lowering susceptibility to dis-eases.  In traditional cooking a drop of Therapeutic "Food-Grade" Essential Oils are added at the end of the cooking cycle for flavoring.   

  • Essential oils …52-320 (Hz)  
  • Brain frequency…72-90 (Hz)
  • Body frequency…62-78 (Hz)
  • Headaches/Migraines (lowers body to)59 (Hz)
  • Cold symptoms (lowers body to)58 (Hz)
  • Candida (lower body to)…42 (Hz)
  • Fresh Herbs … 20-27 (Hz)
  • Dry Herbs …12-22 (Hz)  
  • Fresh produce…15 (Hz)
  • Processed/canned food…0 (Hz)

    (referrence information: Aromatherapy, The Essential Beginning D. Gary Young, N.D. Aromatologist)

     

    Disclaimer
    Information on this website and my FB page is based on the authors research and experiences. Information is shared for educational purposes and not intended to be used as recommendations or advice for treatment of any illnesses. Do not put into effect any of the above without prior consultation with your medical health care provider for diagnosis, and treatment.

"CHILDREN ARE MADE FROM THE SEEDS OF MOTHER AND FATHER"

  • "... Children are made from the seeds of mother and father. In order to produce healthy children, what we smoke, what we drink, what we eat, and the type of environment that we live in has a strong effect on the development of the child.
  • Several studies have implied that fathers who smoke have abnormal sperm that may result in miscarriages, birth defects, low birth weight babies or stillbirths. The more frequently one smoked, the more increase the number of birth deformities. Babies of smokers tend to be more fragile and have a greater risk of behavioral and learning difficulties later on in life.
  • Children born in families where the father is a heavy drinker of alcoholic beverages, suffer psychological damage. These children feel insecure and unloved, because of the unpredictable behavior of the mother or father.
  • The husband should have his physician make a thorough examination, to make certain he is not suffering from any infectious or inheritable form of disease, or from any condition, mental or physical, which would indicate that he should not father a child.

REFERENCE INFORMATION FROM:

NUTRITION & STRESS
A WOMAN'S HEALTH: 

NUTRITION AND WELL-BEING A MOTHER'S VIEW
STRESS LEVELS AND EMOTIONAL WELL-BEING WHILE EATING HEALTHY FOODS

What I notice about my stress level and emotional well being... There are days when my meals get a little skimpy, or I try indulge in things that aren't so healthy. I've noticed that my emotions and my stress level sky rocket on those days. I cry more, my nerves are on edge, I may even get spells of depression for no apparent reason. When inquiring about this, I've learned through my childbirth educator the link between certain foods and stress. When you eat good things, they give you energy and balance, and you naturally feel great. This is even more true with pregnancy. It gives even greater meaning to the saying "you are what you eat." Sherita Duff, Singer 

A CHILD'S FOOD, BEHAVIOR, & HEALTH

  • ...These girls of the twenty-first century are maturing earlier than last generation's children, and something is very different about their womanly physical attributes and behavior. Could there be a food link to this mystery?
  • AMERICA'S DIET Concentrated milk in the form of increased cheese consumption means that concentrated hormones are being consumed. Cow's milk contains hormones, and nursing on cow's milk will deliver these hormones to the human body.
  • Should little girls be encouraged to pop estrogen, progesterone, and prolactin pills each day? If they drink cow's milk, that is just what they are doing. If they eat cheese and ice cream, they ingest concentrated forms of these hormones.

SECTION E:

AN ACT OF LOVE

INTRODUCING NEW FOODS

L'dia Men-Na'a is Certified Wholistic Health Educator, an Accredited Positive Parenting Facilitator, Certified Childbirth Educator/Doula aNumerologist/Aromatherapist, and an artist.

L'dia uses food as an artistic medium to introduce healthier lifestyle habits to families. Food preparation and cooking can be a stress reliever, by using fresh herbs one benefits from the aromatherapy during the preparation process of each dish.

Learning about health can be an enjoyable engaging process during the S.O.U.P.S. WORKSHOPS Self -Acceptance Of Universal Purpose and Self-Care" Identify your Life Purpose and learn about personalizing your families' meals by focusing on soup as the center.

Make your home a more peaceful and relaxing environment with aromatherapy that is harmonious to ones vibrational make-up. Learning can be so much fun :)

PLANT SPIRIT MEDICINE

I remember growing up seeing bouquets of flowers and herbs always decorating the kitchen or dining room tables. Smelling them was healing. We took time, often 2-3 hours prepping and cooking meals for our families.

The feast begins with the eyes being pleased made the food taste so much better. Today children have been influenced to get excited anticipating whats in a box from a fast food establishment. We have been trained to be happy about a meals that contribute to:

[_] dis-eases associated with nutritional deficiencies 

[_] sadness and grief

[_] weakened immune systems

[_] diabetes

[_] high blood pressure

[_] elderly heart disease

[_] Alzheimer's and dementia

ACTS OF LOVE

We are rushing our children into unhealthy habits that will affect the quality of their lives now and in the future adulthood.

Taking time to cook is an act of love. With modern conveniences and food processors making home made meals are easier, healthier, and made with love.

THE DINNER TABLE

When you go food shopping also include stopping by the flower section at the farmers market or grocery store. Decorate our tables in the kitchen and dining areas. They are our laboratories, the places where family healing begins.

HERBAL BOUQUETS AND THE MEANING OF HERBS

  • [_] honeysuckle: for devotion, aster for patience, and roses for love.
  • [_] Rose: is the flower of love, shared desire, beauty, and affection.
  • [_] Fennel: The fronds represent trust or one worthy of praise.
  • [_] Rose Geranium: These represent comfort and calm.
  • [_] Eucalyptus: The symbol of purification and protection.
  • [_] Rosemary: For remembrance and mental clarity.
  • [_] Sage: Represents wisdom and good health; used for purification and longevity.
  • [_] Thyme: Represents courage, bravery and strength.
  • [_] Mint: For virtue, strength in a challenge, and warm feelings.
  • [_] Oregano: Used to spread joy, happiness, and honor.
  • [_] Parsley: For gratitude and festivity, and as the keeper of knowledge.
  • [_] Lavender: For cleansing, protection, grace and trust.

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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 naturally occuring menopause.

 

IRON DEFICIENCY

 

  • Floradix with Iron and Black Strap Molasses works great!. Eat or drink citrusy alongside Iron foods. It helps your body to absorb the Iron. I share these with all my prenatal and postnatal moms to get their Iron levels up and not bleed out during childbirth and postpartum. I also used them before getting dental work done. Yes Floradix with Iron and Black Strap Molasses works great! Your labwork levels should be
  • hemoglobin: 12
  • Hematocrit:   37
  • RECIPE:
  • 1 TB Blackstrap Molasses
  • 8oz cold enriched Vanilla Rice Milk or water
  • 2 tsp Carob or cacao Powder.

SMOOTHIE

  • You can also the ingredients above to make a smoothie with this by blending with it:
  • 1/2 cup pumpkin seeds,
  • 1 frozen banana or 1/2 frozen avocado,
  • Sweeten to taste with honey or maple syrup
  • For consistency of your liking, add more or less liquid.:

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

TAMPONS PADS & WASHES

 

 

 

SMALL WHITE NAVY BEANS

HERBAL TEA:
Red Raspberry Leaf sweetened with honey.

A WOMANS HEALTH:

  • PMS,
  • PREGNANCY,
  • POSTPARTUM AND
  • MENOPAUSE

MENOPAUSE VITAMINS, MINERALS, TRADITIONAL HERBS AND PLANT-BASED FOODS USED BY MIDWIVES By L'dia Men-Na'a Herbs & Food For Female Reproductive Organs:

  • Asparagus3*
  • Black haw*
  • Chamomile1,
  • Chinese Angelica Root (Dong Quai Root)*
  • Chinese motherwort*
  • Cinnamon Bark2*
  • Currents,
  • Ginger1,3,8,9,
  • Passionflower*
  • Peppermint2,5,8,
  • Red raspberry leaf6,
  • Valerian*

▪RED RASPBERRY LEAF6 Red Raspberry Leaf teas can be used hot or even better cold with a slice of lemon.

VITAMINS: C, D, E MINERALS: Calcium

HEALTH BENEFITS:

  • [_] antioxidant
  • [_] aids in digestion
  • [_] eases bloating & cramping
  • [_] decreases inflammation
  • [_] soothes symptoms of arthritis
  • [_] soothes symptoms of gout
  • [_] soothes symptoms of headaches
  • [_] soothes symptoms of fever
  • [_] soothes skin conditions
  • [_] boosts the immune system
  • [_] reduces high blood pressure
  • [_] protects the cardiovascular system
  • [_] soothes eczema and rashes
  • [_] cold sores
  • [_] helps alleviates symptoms of gingivitis
  • [_] anemia
  • [_] leg cramps
  • [_] may ease symptoms of PMS
  • [_] may ease muscle cramping
  • [_] tones uterus: muscle relaxant
  • [_] increases fertility in women and men
  • [_] decreases nausea: morning sickness
  • [_] may ease and shorten labor
  • [_] may ease childbirth pain
  • [_] postpartum recovery: eases afterpains
  • [_] increases milk production

* avoid during pregnancy

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RECIPE INGREDIENTS

HEALTH BENEFITS OF WHITE NAVY BEANS 

ORANGE HERBAL CAULIFLOWER SALAD 

RECIPE INGREDIENTS

  • 1 head Orange Cauliflower, lightly steamed
  • 1 cup Basil Leaves, raw chopped
  • 1 cup Scallions, raw chopped
  • 1 cup Cilantro leaves, raw chopped
  • 1 cup Dill leaves, raw chopped
  • 1 cup Dates, pitted, chopped
  • 1 cup Vegannaise
  • 1/4 teaspoon Pink Himalayan Salt

MENOPAUSE

ESTROGEN

The ovaries secrete the hormone Estrogen. It affects ovulation, menses and breast developement. Source: ,Health Tap A woman's body may feel off when hormones are not balanced. With the onset of menopause, women are more at risk for developing symptoms of a hormonal imbalance.  Estrogen-rich foods may help ease some of the symptoms:  

  • [_] beans: lowers cholesterol, helps maintain healthy glucose levels. 
  • [_] wheat bran: helps to protect against breast cancer
  • [_] apricots
  • [_] dates:
  • [_] flaxseed: helps lower cholesterol, helps prevent strokes & heartattacks
  • [_] prunes:
  • [_] sesame seeds
  • [_] 100% dark rye bread: helps reduce hot flashes
  • [_] alfalfa sprouts: helps eliminate nightsweats and hot flashes 
  • [_] helps to bring down cholesterol levels (rinse in cold running water before eating them)

SYMPTOMS OF A HORMONAL IMBALANCE:

  • [_] hot flashes
  • [_] decrease in sex drive
  • [_] weight gain
  • [_] fatigue
  • [_] mood swings
  • [_] insomnia
  • [_] irritability
  • [_] anxiety
  • [_] depression

PROGESTERONE CONTAINING FOODS

  • [_] beans
  • [_] broccoli
  • [_] cabbage
  • [_] english walnut leaf*
  • [_] ginkgo biloba*
  • [_] horsetail*
  • [_] Moringa oleifera 

 

ORANGE LENTIL SOUP WITH MORINGA  AND LENTIL SOUP

  • 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.

    Blackstrap Molasses In Vanilla Rice Milk with Carob Powder

     

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