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Blood is a liquid. In humans, as with many other animals, oxygenated blood (the blood that is carrying a lot of oxygen) is bright red. De-oxygenated blood (the blood that has given away most of its oxygen) is a darker shade of red. It is often thought that the blood in veins is blue, but this is not true. It only looks blue through the skin because of the way light moves through the skin.

Causes:

  • A wrong diet, constipation, overeating, eating a combination of food at the same meal that causes fermentation, or devitalized foods, improper breathing, bedrooms not properly ventilated, and lack of exercise, drinking impure water and other harmful drinks, such as: tea, coffee, liquor, soft and drinks. Worry, fear, anger, unhappiness, and hate generally hinder the circulation of blood.

Symptoms:

  • All of the following conditions and complaints: pimples, boils, discolorations of the skin, jaundice, headaches, drowsiness, wrinkles, premature aging, nervousness, irritability, continually frowning when we should be smiling, loss of hair, loss of eyesight, loss of hearing, stiff joints, and pain in various parts of the body.

Diagnosis:

  • Eliminate all harmful articles of food and drink (tea, coffee, alcoholic drinks, soft drinks, white flour products, cane sugar products, and the liberal use of fats and grease. Keep bowels open by proper diet, take herbal enemas, drink plenty of water, take regular outdoor exercise with deep breathing and get plenty of sleep in a well-ventilated room.

Ingredients:

  1. Wood sorrel leaves.
  2. Neem leaves.
  3. Pepper.
  4. Turmeric powder.

Natural Remedies:

  • Constituents: Water, fat, protein, carbohydrate, calcium, phosphorus, iron, niacin, vitamin C and beta carotene. Wood sorrel possesses various medicinal actions like anthelmintic, astringent, antiscorbutic, diuretic, stomachic, febrifuge and styptic. The whole plant is edible and used in salads to be eaten raw.

Take wood sorrel leaves and neem leaves. Add some 3 nos of pepper and half teaspoon of turmeric powder. Grind it. Then eat it in early morning.

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One of the most significant medical breakthroughs of the end of this century is the discovery of insulin’s role in health and disease. Insulin, sometimes referred to as the sugar-processing hormone, is critical for glucose metabolism, storage and maintenance.  When high insulin and blood sugar levels prevail, lipogenesis (fat production and storage) and triglyceride synthesis are also stimulated. To compound the problem, there is evidence that high insulin levels trigger the hypothalamus (the “master gland”) to send hunger signals. As a result, the insulin resistant person not only feels hungry more often, but produces and deposits fat more readily than healthy individuals.

Causes:

  • Increase insulin level in blood
  • Genetic transmission
  • Improperly food method

Symptoms:

  • Hungry more often
  • Frequently passing urine
  • Body weakness.

Diagnosis:

  • Avoid sweet foods, cool drinks, fast food, and oily items.
  • Take healthy foods (ragi, wheat instead for rice)
  • Do good exercises and meditation

Ingredients:

  1. Gooseberry juice.
  2. Bitter gourd juice.

Natural Remedies:

  • Amla provides remedies for many diseases so it is widely used in ayurvedic medicines. Gooseberry is very rich in Vitamin C. It contains many minerals and vitamins like Calcium, Phosphorus, Iron, Carotene and Vitamin B Complex. Amla is also a powerful antioxidant agent.
  • A common vegetable in the Indian kitchen is bitter gourd. It belongs to the same family as that of bottle gourd. Just like bottle gourd,it is low in calories and high in fiber. It contains beta carotene, a precursor to form vitamin A, hence can provide vitamin A. It is rich in vitamin B1, B2, B3 and folic acid as well as minerals like copper, phosphorous, magnesium and is also high in potassium etc.Although bitter in taste, it can be overlooked for its various health benefits.

Drink gooseberry juice and bittergourd juice often.

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Anemia is a decrease in number of red blood cells (RBCs) or less than the normal quantity of hemoglobin in the blood.
Causes:

  • By a decrease in production of red blood cell or hemoglobin, or
  • By a loss or destruction of blood.

Symptoms:

  • Some people with anemia have no symptoms. Other people with anemia may feel:
  • Tired,
  • Fatigue easily.
  • Appear pale.
  • Develop palpitations (feeling of heart racing), and
  • Become short of breath.

Diagnosis:

  • Eat a nutritious and well balanced diet. Meat, especially kidney and liver and all dairy products are rich in Iron and Vitamin B12 Folic acid is found in green vegetables.
  • Anemia is usually detected or at least confirmed by a complete blood cell (CBC) count. CBC test may be ordered by a physician as a part of routine general check-up and screening or based on clinical signs and symptoms that may suggest anemia or other blood abnormalities.

Ingredients:

  1. Rose petals.
  2. Sugar.

Natural Remedies:  

  • Take rose petals, Soak into the hot water for 12 hours. Mash and filter their juice. Then mix 500mg of sugar with 200ml of water. Heat it. When it starts to thicken, add rose petals juice. Mix it and heat it. It looks like jam. Eating it often, will reduce anemia.
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One of the most significant medical breakthroughs of the end of this century is the discovery of insulin’s role in health and disease. Insulin, sometimes referred to as the sugar-processing hormone, is critical for glucose metabolism, storage and maintenance.  When high insulin and blood sugar levels prevail, lipogenesis (fat production and storage) and triglyceride synthesis are also stimulated. To compound the problem, there is evidence that high insulin levels trigger the hypothalamus (the “master gland”) to send hunger signals. As a result, the insulin resistant person not only feels hungry more often, but produces and deposits fat more readily than healthy individuals.

Causes:

  • Increase insulin level in blood
  • Genetic transmission
  • Improperly food method

Symptoms:

  • Hungry more often
  • Frequently passing urine
  • Body weakness.

Diagnosis:

  • Avoid sweet foods, cool drinks, fast food, and oily items.
  • Take healthy foods (ragi, wheat instead for rice)
  • Do good exercises and meditation

Ingredients:

  1. Lippia.
  2. Fenugreek.

Natural Remedies:

  • The chemical composition, pharmacological activity and traditional uses of 52 species attributed to the genus Lippia (Verbenaceae) as used in the South and Central America, and Tropical Africa, were revised and compared. A survey of the available literature shows that these species are used mostly for the treatment of gastrointestinal and respiratory disorders and as seasoning. Additionally, some of these Lippia species showed antimalarial, spasmolitic, sedative, hypotensive and, anti-inflammatory activities. Generally, the essential oil or the phenolic compounds (flavonoids) from these plant extracts are assumed to be the active principles.

Take some Lippia leaves, add some fenugreek. Make decocation it. Then drink it.

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Anemia is a decrease in number of red blood cells (RBCs) or less than the normal quantity of hemoglobin in the blood.
Causes:

  • By a decrease in production of red blood cell or hemoglobin, or
  • By a loss or destruction of blood.

Symptoms:

  • Some people with anemia have no symptoms. Other people with anemia may feel:
  • Tired,
  • Fatigue easily.
  • Appear pale.
  • Develop palpitations (feeling of heart racing), and
  • Become short of breath.

Diagnosis:

  • Anemia is usually detected or at least confirmed by a complete blood cell (CBC) count. CBC test may be ordered by a physician as a part of routine general check-up and screening or based on clinical signs and symptoms that may suggest anemia or other blood abnormalities.

Ingredients:

  1. Goosefoot leaves.

Natural Remedies:  

  • The leaves are best not eaten raw.The leaves are generally very nutritious but very large quantities can disturb the nervous system and cause gastric pain. The leaves contain about 3.9% protein, 0.76% fat, 8.93% carbohydrate, 3% ash. A zero moisture basis analysis is also available. Edible seed – dried and ground into a meal and eaten raw or baked into a bread. The seed can also be sprouted and added to salads. The seed contains about 49% carbohydrate, 16% protein, 7% ash, 5.88% ash.

Goosefoot leaves have a capacity to increase red blood cells in blood, so if you cook and take with your food often.

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Blood is a liquid. In humans, as with many other animals, oxygenated blood (the blood that is carrying a lot of oxygen) is bright red. De-oxygenated blood (the blood that has given away most of its oxygen) is a darker shade of red. It is often thought that the blood in veins is blue, but this is not true. It only looks blue through the skin because of the way light moves through the skin.

Causes:

  • A wrong diet, constipation, overeating, eating a combination of food at the same meal that causes fermentation, or devitalized foods, improper breathing, bedrooms not properly ventilated, and lack of exercise, drinking impure water and other harmful drinks, such as: tea, coffee, liquor, soft and drinks. Worry, fear, anger, unhappiness, and hate generally hinder the circulation of blood.

Symptoms:

  • All of the following conditions and complaints: pimples, boils, discolorations of the skin, jaundice, headaches, drowsiness, wrinkles, premature aging, nervousness, irritability, continually frowning when we should be smiling, loss of hair, loss of eyesight, loss of hearing, stiff joints, and pain in various parts of the body.

Diagnosis:

  • Eliminate all harmful articles of food and drink (tea, coffee, alcoholic drinks, soft drinks, white flour products, cane sugar products, and the liberal use of fats and grease. Keep bowels open by proper diet, take herbal enemas, drink plenty of water, take regular outdoor exercise with deep breathing and get plenty of sleep in a well-ventilated room.

Ingredients:

  1. Fenugreek leaves.
  2. Flower of banana.
  3. Pepper.

Natural Remedies: 

  • Fenugreek leaves are enriched with minerals like potassium, calcium, and iron. Fresh leaves comprise 3 to 5 % of protein. Vitamins Available: Fenugreek leaves are enriched with Vitamin C. The Vitamin K from fenugreek greens is comparable to spinach. Calorie Content of Fenugreek: One hundred grams of fenugreek leaves comprises only 49 calories. The leaves have has good dietary fiber.
  • The banana flower is rich in vitamins, flavonoids and proteins which will be helpful for living a healthy life. This flower has the antioxidant properties that help for preventing free radicals to control cell and tissue damages. It is found to be helpful for treating cancer and heart problems. The banana flower extracts are also used in health supplements to experience best results in a proper manner.

Fenugreek leaves and flower of banana have a capacity to purify the blood, so if you take some fenugreek leaves and flower of banana. Clean it. Add some pepper. Make decacotion and drink it often.

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