HEALTH AND NUTRITION
[_]7 Eliminate Toxins & Lactic Acid: 7,16,25,34,43,52,61,70,79,88,97 Sensitivity: Worry, mental aggravation, stomach, sarcastic, non-accepting Foods: fruit juices of all kinds, blackberry, grape, pineapple, cabbage, celery, lettuce, oats, onion, raw and steamed vegetables, seeds, pulses. Vitamins: A, B,C,D,E, Mineals: Potassium Activity: Read books: nature studies, paint, play scrabble, all kinds puzzles Fruit:  blackberry 7 Useful for diarrhea, dysentery, hemorrhoids, gout. Useful for treating bleeding gums. Blackberries are a tonic and astringent. Increases purity of thought. Blackberries awaken love and sweetness; it also encourages persistence and patience in matters of love as well as in aspects of spiritual discipline, religious pursuits, or in judging self or others. Greater abilities for forgiveness are developed when eating blackberries. Nutrients: C, P/Bioflavonoids, Manganese, Energy: Flavor: Organs Affected: In Season: grape 3,7 Grapes are known as one of the 3 royal fruits: grapes, fresh dates, and figs. Treats menopausal heat symptoms, dry coughs. Builds blood, body fluids and cleanses glands. Treats urination & edema. Helps cleanse the blood and aids the elimination of mucous forming food residue. Grape juice is good for liver malfunctions, including jaundice & hepatitis. Good for lungs, strengthens internal organs. The high mineral content of boron in grapes helps to wards off osteoporosis. Grapes stop viruses, and researchers believe it heads off cancer. Polyphenols and tannins are ingredients in grapes that are antiviral and antitumor agents. Tannins quickly circulate through the blood. Grape juice also kills bacteria and restricts tooth decay. Tannin is absorbed directly into the intestinal tract. Grapes are especially potent against the viruses that cause polio and herpes simplex. Nutrients: A/Beta Carotene, B-2/Riboflavin, C/Ascorbic Acid, P/Bioflavonoids, Iron, Potassium, Silicon, Energy: Neutral, (Warm?) Flavor: Sweet, sour Organs Affected: Lungs, spleen, kidneys (stomach) In Season:  Red grapes: Strengthens bones and tendons, harmonizes stomach, and promotes urination. relieves anger and irritability. Excessive eating of grapes causes headaches and weight gain. Good for lungs, spleen, kidneys In Season  pineapple 7 Pineapples originated in South America. Pineapples quenches thirst, are cooling, aids digestion of starches and proteins. Native Americans had used pineapple poultices to reduce inflammation in wounds and other skin injuries. Good for sunstrokes. Destroys intestinal parasites. Juice relieves chronic bronchitis, has soothing effect on sore throat. Pineapples literally digests foreign microbes or diseased cells in the bronchial tissues. Isolated from the flesh of the pineapple is proteolytic, it breaks down protein and tenderizes. This substance breaks down blood clots. It cleans away dead tissue left by burns, abscesses, ulcers, and various kinds of surgery. Useful in relieving conditions of diarrhea, edema, anorexia, oliguria. Good for spleen. Nutrients: A/Beta-Carotene, C/Ascorbic Acid, Chlorine, Iodine, Manganese, Energy: Neutral Flavor: Sweet Organs Affected: Spleen Avoid: Under damp and/or cold conditions In Season: Vegetables: Cruciferous Vegetables: such as cabbage, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, cauliflower, & turnips are recognized for their cancer-inhibiting properties. In medical studies it has shown that men who ate the most cabbage, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, turnips, cauliflower & other vegetables had the lowest rates of colon cancer. Also have lower rates of lung, esophagus, larynx, prostate, bladder, & rectal cancer. Cruciferous vegetables contain indoles which inhibit cancer formation. cabbage 2,7 Eating cabbage more than once a week reduces the risk of colon cancer by 2/3 Relieves inflammation, abdominal spasms, and ulcers. Treats constipation, promotes urination beneficial to kidneys. Eliminates colds, coughs, hot flashes, mental depression, irritability. Purifies blood, nourishes spleen, pancreas. Journals such as: Federation Proceedings, Cancer Research, Journal of the National Cancer Institute, have reported significant research showing that the sulphur and histidine in broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower kale, kohlrabi, & mustard greens inhibits the growth of tumors, prevent cancer of the colon, & rectum, detoxifies the system of harmful chemical additives and increases the body’s cancer-fighting compounds. Anticarcinogenic properties. Good for spleen, stomach, large intestine. Nutrients: A/Beta-Carotene, B-5/Pantothenic Acid, B-6/Pyridoxine, B-15/Pangamic Acid, Choline, Inositol, C/Asorbic Acid, K/Phylloquinone, U, Calcium, Fluorine, Iodine, Phosphorus, Sodium, Sulfur, Energy: Flavor: Organs Affected: In Season:  celery 7,8 Blood cleanser. Slightly reduces blood pressure by relaxing muscle tissue in artery walls enhancing blood flow. Good for headaches, dizziness, conjunctivitis. Expels wind, good for constipation, breaks up gallstones, relieves liver congestion, heals wounds. Good for arthritis, rheumatism, gout, brings energy up. Celery opens obstructions of the liver and dissolves liver stones. Reduces blood pressure by relaxing the muscle tissue in artery walls, and enhancing blood flow. Stimulates menstrual flow and excretion of urine. Breaks up and neutralizes bad body odors. Stimulates sexual desire, increases semen. Treats diseases involving chemical imbalances. Good for hangover and blood cleansing. Good for stomach, liver, kidneys. Nutrients: A/Beta-Carotene, B-17/Amjygdalin, C/Ascorbic Acid, Calcium, Chlorine, Manganese, Phosphorus, Silicon, Sodium, Sulfur, Energy: Cool Flavor: Bitter, sweet Organs Affected: Stomach, liver, kidneys In Season: Year round  lettuce 2,7 Calming, helps increase breastmilk. Good for liver inflammation. Relieves heartburn while treating acid indigestion Calms, relaxes nerves. Drying, diuretic, treats edema, candida, and damp conditions. Supports pancreatic function. Promotes urination and milk secretion. Inhibits bleeding. Nutrients: A/Beta-Carotene, Calcium, Chlorine, Iodine, Silicon, Energy: Cool Flavor: Sweet, bitter Organs Affected: Large intestine In Season:  watercress 7 The Greeks thought it improved the brain. Early settlers brought the plant to American because of it’s effectiveness in preventing scurvy. The Native Americans adopted it’s use as a food to treat liver and kidney problems. Clears toxins, removes blood stagnation, aids digestion. Good for jaundice, edema, leucorrhea, mumps, oliguria. Useful for gallbladder complaints, nervousness and rheumatism. Treats hot flashes when consuming watercress soup cold. Watercress soup is used in China to treat canker sores on the tongue or lips, and blisters in the mouth, swollen gums, bad teeth, and foul breath. Do not use raw watercress if: young, elderly, compromised health or yeast infections, & frequent urination.. The leaves and seeds peppery taste can be useful in make salads, soups, and sandwiches, or use as a garnish. Rich in mineral salts, and Nutrients: Vitamins: A, B2, C, D, & E. Good for lungs, stomach. B-2/Ribovlavin, C/Ascorbic Acid, Calcium, Chlorine, Fluorine, Magnesium, Manganese, Phosphorus, Potassium, Sodium, Sulfur, Energy: Flavor: Organs Affected: In Season: Herbs:  elderflowers 7 A syrup made from the blueberried Elder, elderberry juice was a remedy for coughs, and cold. A tea made from the flowers acts as a mild laxative, diuretic promoting sweating, and breaking fevers. The herb is used to treat traumatic injuries, broken bones, rheumatoid arthritis. Combines well with peppermint drinking hot in bed to promote sweating. Nutrients: Energy: Flavor: Organs Affected: In Season:  hops 5,7 Helps ease tension, restlessness, stress, and anxiety of all forms. Relaxes central nervous system. Good for insomnia. Treats excessive sexual desires and painful erections. Treats pain, toothaches, earaches, muscle cramps. Treats gonorrhea and ulcers. Combines well with valerian for hypnotic relaxant. Decreases desire for alcohol. Combines well with chamomile for nervous stomach and dyspepsia. Nutrients: B-6/Pyridoxine, Choline, Inositol, Manganese, Energy: Flavor: Organs Affected: In Season:  juniper onion 7,9 A very popular food in Ancient Kemet and in Native Americans. It is said that frontiersmen were able to locate encampments in the spring time by the powerful onion scent that clung to an area. Onions may be effective in controlling diabetes by blocking sudden increases in blood sugar. Chewing onions completely sterilizes the mouth and throat, shielding against disease-causing germs and viruses. An important source of energy and endurance. In Arabia onions were valued for these properties: Expels toxic odor from the body, cut phlegm, increase sexual drive, give coction to the semen, and cleanse the stomach. Well cooked onions with one’s food benefit the treatment of jaundice, coarseness of chest, and coughing. Onions expel cold, counteract toxins, acts as a expectorant. They also increase the excretion of urine, and effect the evacuation of the bowels. Good for conditions of headaches, constipation, cold abdominal pain. Onions were treasured in ancient times for their value as a food that had therapeutic value for the treatment of kidney and bladder improves kidney function, lowers cholesterol. Onion treats a variety of digestive and heart ailments. Onion used as a tonic to soothe intestinal gas pains and to alleviate the symptoms of hypertension, high blood sugar and elevated cholesterol. Onions remove blood stagnation. Onions are an antioxidant and anticancer agent, anti-inflammatory, antibiotic, antiviral. Helps remove parasites and heavy metals from system. Increases body heat. Onions are used externally as an antiseptic and a pain reliever. They help in conditions of Trichomonas vaginitis and for ulcers. Onions are very useful in conditions of mastitis, facial edema. In Bulgaria people attribute their long life to eating high concentrations of onions and yogurt. The juice of an onion along with syrup made from honey is useful for treating coughs, colds, and asthma attacks, and pneumonia. Onion opens the heart to release sadness allowing the sadness to be more easily understood. It strengthens the attitude of lovingness regarding spirituality. Onions reflect the necessity to peel away layers in order to know and understand one’s self better. With the full understanding of what one creates allows the sadness to be released. With onion there is a much clearer ability to know the difference between what is another person’s point of view and what is your own. The ability to understand the different between sympathy and empathy, and a clearer emotional frame of mind in which it is easier to release feelings rapidly. It allows you to see through another’s eyes for a moment, & see the world and the difficulties within it. Nutrients: B-1/Thiamine, B-2/Riboflavin, b-3/Niacin, B-5/Pantothenic Acid, C/Ascorbic Acid, Calcium, Chromium, Phosphorus, Selenium, Silicon, Sodium, Sulfur, Energy Warm Flavor: Pungent Organs Affected: Lungs, stomach In Season:  sasperilla root tea  sorrel 7 Spring tonic. Stimulates liver, and aids digestion. High in oxalic acid. Reduce the oxalic acid content by parboiling before cooking. Combines well with Echinacea, Oregon grape, and buchu for treating prostate infection. Used to flavor salads and soups. A, C, E, Iron, Potassium. Never use if there is a history of these conditions: gout, rheumatism, or kidney ailments. Nutrients: Energy: Flavor: Organs Affected: In Season: Grains:  oats: 7 Improves resistance to stress. Helps stabilize blood sugar, regulates the thyroid. Soothes the nervous and digestive system reduces cravings for cigarettes, reduces cholesterol. Nutrients: B-5/Pantothenic Acid, Inositol, K/Phylloquinone, Calcium, Chlorine, Fluorine, Manganese, Phosphorus, Silicon, Sulfur, Protein Energy: Flavor: Organs Affected: In Season: PURPLE [_] 7: Philosopher 16, 25, 34, 43, 52, 61, 70, 79, 88, 97 Stress relief: Eliminate toxins walking by water, fountains. Nature studies, science, painting, writing, puzzles, photography. meditation Manage Anger:Take time out. Take a few moments of quiet time alone. Aromatherapy: -Cedarwood: Calming, strengthening, grounding, good for nervous tension, depression, fear, aggression. -Coriander: Stimulates creativity, helps with headaches, memory. +Lavender: Eases muscular pain, and relaxes, good for headaches. Anti-leukemia and anti- tumor effects, for liver, pancreas, and breast, calming refreshing. -Myrrh: Fortifying, amplifies strength & courage, stimulant, good for meditation. Music therapy: #B (EEE) Color therapy: Purple calms erratic emotional behavior as it heals. It provides a vibration of harmony with spiritual & physical natures. Encourages honoring of intuitive feelings, making more time for listening. Over-stimulated: Frustrated, destructive, treachery, belligerent, merciless, snobbish, depressed living in a dream world, unable to separate dream world from reality resulting in difficulty relating to others, condemning others who do not measure up to your standards of perfection, an air of superiority. Under-stimulated: Introspective, withdrawn, lack of joy in life, proud, arrogant, aloof, condescending attitude, feeling of inferiority, lack of inner peace, guilt feelings, worry over imaginary problems, feeling imposed upon by others' belief systems or rules. Good for: Headaches, addictions, sleeping problems, insomnia, sexual over-stimulation, inflammation, palpitations of the heart, irritations of the scalp, immune system, nervous disorders. Ailments: Depression, alienation, boredom, apathy, mental disorders, eye problems. Caution: Avoid when female disorders, cramps. Feelings of depression can be related to an overdose of purple. Replace an overdose of purple with the color gold. For children: Use lighter shades of purple such as lavender, lilac and only for short periods of time. Color Crystal Therapy: Alexandrite: Helps to connect with the beginning of ones development, facilitates the understanding of, and the sensitivity to, that which remains to be learned and provides for insight into the effortless way to attain higher realization. Reinforces self-esteem, augments ones ability to experience joy and to both acknowledge and appreciate the interconnected-ness of all of nature. Used in the treatment of the disorders of the spleen, testicles, pancreas, and in the regeneration of neurological tissue on the cellular level. Helped to improve dis-eases of the nervous system, to treat disorders which are associated with leukemia. Enhances the assimilation of protein. Also Vibrates to: 5 Amethyst:. Bestows stability, strength, invigoration, and peace. A peace present prior to birth. Brings one energies of serenity and composure while inciting fairness in decisions and enhancement in the ability to manage any responsibilities. Encourages flexibility in decisions. Controls temperament by imparting soothing, calming, and tranquilizing influence, while clearing away unproductive and unkind vibrations. Helps business affairs to prosper. Assist in the assimilation of new ideas. Provides insight into the self which requires remodeling in order to facilitate change toward the ultimate state of perfection. Insomnia, sobriety, migraines, diabetes, lungs, eyes, allergies, nightmares, gout, blood clots. Fluorite77: Brings rationality, assists communicatio Pearl7 Strengthens guidance, truth & loyalty Flower remedies:  african violet: Native: Profile:  gentian: Feeling depressed due to known reasons. When you have been experiencing progress but then there is a relapse in conditions. Helps to build up faith.  Study biographies of famous people who had similar problems to overcome.  vervain Will take risks and sacrifices to achieve goals. Very intense, focusing too strongly. Native: Profile: Rarely deviating from one’s principles. Uses too much pressure and eagerness trying to encourage others with ideas. Wants to convert others, unable to rest until everybody else is convinced of one’s own ideas. Incensed by the injustices of the world. Very dedicated and conscious of one’s mission in life. Very irritable when expectations are not met. Difficulty with relaxing. suffers from muscle tension, pain in the eyes, headaches, etc.. Due to not allowing for relaxation time, immune system is weakened.  tai chi  meditation  slow movement exercises  dance lessons  water violet Proud withdrawal. Very dignified. Will not allow others to interfere with one’s life. When sick wants to be left alone. Does not like to burden others with one’s problems, although many people seek out your advice. Tension and stiffness in the body. Useful for teachers, healers, and therapist.  yoga  deep breathing exercise  visualization: sort out important things from the unimportant.
What I Love About This Season
WEALTH: 7 Trust/Openness: 7,16,25,34,43,52,61,70,88,97 Establish your own inner connection with the universe. Learn early on how to live a spiritual life in accordance with the Universal laws. Live according to values and good character. Utilize your time alone to study, and to meditate. Quiet times put aside for centering will build your strength. Learn how to observe without being judgmental or critical. Doing something for self: You are the supplier of the answers to technical, psychological, or spiritual problems. Your observations and perceptions will awaken others to higher thoughts. You do not have to seek opportunities. Things will be brought to you in quiet places, away from the confusion. achievement. Study the Law Of Expectations and the Law Of Faith. Bring your doubts into the open then clarify them. Rid yourself of naïve assumptions. Building Character: Evaluate time/labor before accepting projects, Read Books: Oceanography, nature studies, religions, poetry Opportunities: Technical, psychological problem solving
ROMANCE: Affairs Of The Heart Our Deepest Desires In A Relationship (vowels) Sometimes the attraction is more about the requirement of the moment than it is about the love and committment. [_] 7: PHILOSOPHER: Individuality, Perfection, Deep-Thinker. Intelligent, charming. Loves deeper/stronger than reserved, manner reveals. Likes to be alone, quiet. Compatible: 4,9,11 Challenging: 1,2,3,5,6,7,8,22,3344
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[_] (Constitution) Pulsatilla (wind flower) Native: Scandanavia, Denmark, Germany, Russia Profile: Sweat natured, avoids confrontation, frequent mood changes [_] swayed by emotion not thought [_] cries easily without restraint. [_] difficulty expressing anger, avoids confrontation to keep peace [_] flexible and non decisive [_] makes friends easily [_] Fear being alone or abandoned [_] Needs reassurance, loves the attention of others [_] dependency on others [_] rage and anger when criticized [_] Submissive: Can’t say no [_] Want to please others [_] Can be easily manipulated [_] Swollen testes after contracting mumps [_] Profuse vaginal discharge & painful periods [_] Painful breasts [_] Delayed menstrual cycles [_] rheumatism & arthritis pain [_] eye problems: sties and conjunctivitis [_] digestive problems due to: rich fatty foods [_] menopausal problems: depression, tearfulness [_] ailments accompanied by: yellow/yellow-green discharge [_] vaginal discharge: acrid burning creamy discharge accompanied by back pain [_] Belladonna (deadly nightshade) Native: Western Asia, North Africa, North America, Europe, Profile: Generally fit and energetic, agitated by having to deal with an illness. [_] illness developed suddenly due to excitement [_] desire to strike out or bite [_] disappointed in love [_] anger [_] colic [_] headache [_] menstrual flow: heavy, painful, hot, clotting [_] rheumatism & arthritis pain [_] vaginismus: vagina feels hot and burning. Intolerant of being touched [_] Colchicum Autumnale (meadow saffron) Native: Profile: [_] Ailments caused by studying [_] Ailments from watching over the sick during the night [_] Difficulties with dealing with day to day living [_] Irritated by rude people [_] Weak memory [_] Gout: inflammation pains in toes [_] Rheumatism [_] Drosera Rotundifolia (sundew plant) Native: Profile: Difficulty with concentration [_] Mistrustful of others [_] Concerned with being deceived [_] Obstinate [_] Coughing [_] Iris Versicolor (blue flag iris plant) Native: Profile: Overly tired [_] headache coming on accompanied by nausea [_] sensitive to sugar [_] Staphysagria (blue delphinium flower) Native: Profile: Very sexually aware with a history of sexual abuse [_] Suppressed emotions [_] Suppressed sexual abuse [_] Violent and passionate outbursts from hearing other people [_] Preoccupation with sexual problems people’s opinions [_] Addiction or craving for tobacco [_] Addiction or craving for alcohol [_] Addiction or craving for drugs [_] Addiction to overeating [_] Accepts the authority of others without question [_] Sleeps better in the day, challenging at night [_] Viola Tricolor (wild pansy) Native: Profile: Head rules the heart [_] Wandering thoughts [_] Headaches [_] Ear problems and earaches [_] Measles [_] Worms [_] Bee Stings [_] Snake bites [_] Carpal tunnel syndrome