“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food” Hippocrates
Winter-Spring Seasonal Focus: Food is Medicine. Nature is Mysterious. The Divine is Miraculous and Unexplainable. Stabilize and removing heavy metals plus toxins.
Remediation. Regeneration. Proactive Practices can make all the difference from here forward. I am living example of regenerating myself many times over. The constant is change. With proactive practices in the midst of a reactive situation, everyone can benefit.
This moment here on planet earth is about humanity coming forward to help each other.
We are the ones we have been waiting for.
My heart and daily prayers go out to all the communities being impacted by the national and international spilling, exploding, fighting, shaking and derailing. May we learn from what lead us here. May those who grasp for control…for reasons many of us do not understand…May you all find peace and inspiration to take action for the benefit of all beings in the universe. There is no need for all this active demolition. Please, sit back and take a breath.
Humanity…stay steadfast and lean into the possible. There will be a SUNRISE.
Action to take in communities compromised:
1. Create a water hole for clean water pick up and mobile showering units. 2. Start clean up 3. Remediate soil, water and air…start NOW. 4. Start back up food production in clean spaces and neighboring states and/or countries. Farms can be built everywhere. The can even be built on the ocean. Time to revive all our farmlands, waterways and aquifers.
We have all the solutions.
1 clove of garlic
1/2 cup of sunflower seeds
1 cup fresh cilantro leaves, packed
2 tablespoons lemon juice
6 tablespoons olive oil or sunflower seed oil
Process the cilantro and oil in a blender (add some water if it gets too thick).
Add remaining ingredients and blend to a thick paste. You can add other nuts and spices to suit your taste…listen to the mind’s eye to connect with what your body is looking for.
Take a tablespoon daily or on toast to assist in removing heavy metals from the body and in situations when you are exposed to higher levels of radiation.
- Cilantro (Coriander leaf) (Dhyanyaka, Kustumbari) Energetics: Sweet, astringent/cold/sweet VPK= (balanced) V+excess Actions: Stimulant, diuretic, diaphoretic, febrifuge Indications: Skin allergies, hay fever, builds the digestive fire, sore throat,hyperacidity, nausea, fever, colds, thirst, cleanses blood, bile and uri- nary tract infections; juice—burning urine; anti- dote tohot and sour foods (i.e., salsa, chilies, cur- ries, yogurt). Externally—pulp placed on eyelids relieves conjunctivitis; juice skin diseases. To Be Noted: Always check any other foods, supplements and Rx medications for contraindications. Feel free to schedule a consult.
Winter Spring Ayurveda + Chinese Acupressure. Take a small amount of your favorite clean oil and rub on your sternum. Gently apply pressure where you feel tenderness. Then, lightly tapping down the sternum back up and out to the right and left across your chest.
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Fall Ayurveda: Lube UP.
Dosha Specific Body Oils. Pre-nourish the skin.
“Regarded by ancient herbalists as the ‘mushroom of immortality,’ reishi is traditionally used in Chinese medicine to support healthy immune system function and promote a healthy stress response. A famous Shen tonic, reishi is recommended to calm and balance the spirit, and to enhance sleep quality. It strengthens the Heart, Kidneys, Lungs, and Liver – it is one of those special herbs that work on all Three Treasures (Jing, Qi, and Shen), as well as all the five Daoist organ systems.” Superfeast