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Healing Properties of Fruits: Raspberry

Raspberries
Raspberries have neutral thermal nature, they have asweet-and-sour flavor. These berries are beneficial liver and kidneys. A raps enriches and cleanses the blood of toxins; regulates the menstrual cycle; controls urinary functions; treats anemia, as well as excessive and frequent urination, especially at night. These berries can be used to induce and promote labor at childbirth.

Raspberry leaf, a widely accessible herb, strengthens the uterus, checks excessive menstrual flow, and restrains bleeding in general; it is of exceptional advantage for tonifying the uterus and supporting optimum hormonal patterns for the period of pregnancy.

The dried unripe raspberry fruit, a prominent, slightly warming. Chinese herb (Rubus chingii) is considered beneficial to the kidneys through its astringent action. It controls unnecessary and frequent urination like ripe raspberry, but more effectively; it also astringes the essence and thereby treats impotence, involuntary seminal emission, spermatorrhea, and premature ejaculation.

It improves visual perception and thus is used for blurred vision. Ripe raspberry also seems to benefit vision. In animal experiments, the unripe raspberry has estrogen-like effects on the female sex organs; quite probably the ripe raspberry and its leaf have these same effects.

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Citrus Seed Extract

Citrus Seed Extract
Citrus seed extract is an extremely potent natural antibiotic derived primarily from the seeds of grapefruit. This extract was developed after observing that citrus seeds do not readily decompose in nature from microbial action. Slightly warming in thermal nature and exceptionally bitter, citrus seed extract works in the body like most bitters, but more effectively for purposes of drying damp conditions in the body.

This extract has been found to reduce members of several classes of microbes and parasites, among them: protozoa, amoebas, bacteria, viruses, and at least thirty different types of fungi, including the Candida yeast-like fungi. It is accessible as a major ingredient in liquid extracts, capsules, sprays, ointments, and a variety of other forms for treating a host of maladies. Among its more common internal utilizations are diarrhea (take daily while traveling to prevent "traveler's diarrhea"), allergies including hay fever, Candida overgrowth, giardia and most other parasites, flu, strep throat, and staph infections. Externally it is applied in various dilutions for warts, athlete's foot, nail fungi, dandruff and other scalp problems, and poison oak; specific liquid formulations containing the extract treat vaginal yeast infection, nasal and sinus problems, and ear infections. Uses in the home engage adding a few drops of the extract to water for soaking create to remove parasites and pesticides, sterilizing laundry (used this way in hospitals), cleaning infected surfaces, kitchen utensils and cutting boards, and ridding drinking, bathing, and swimming water of microbes. Individuals with signs of dryness and deficiency, including the deficient yin syndrome, should use citrus seed extract sparingly.
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Healing Properties of Fruits: Lemon and Lime

These fruits have cooling thermal nature, they are very sour, astringent flavor and antiseptic. Perhaps these are the most valuable fruits therapeutically speaking for people who have eaten a high-fat/protein diet. Lemon destroys putrefactive bacteria in both the intestines and mouth; used to purify the breath. Its antiseptic, anti-microbial, and mucus-resolving action make it useful during dysentery, colds, flus, hacking coughs, and parasite infestation.


Lemon and lime have benefits the liver, encouraging the formation of bile, they improve absorption of minerals, promote weight loss, cleanse the blood, treat high blood pressure, thick, poorly circulating blood, and weak blood vessels. Lime alleviates flatulence and indigestion in general. Lemon increases the production of fluids in the body. Its juice, diluted with water, is often used for reducing the effects of summer heat, calming the nerves, treating sore throat, cramps, and diabetes, which are often marked by fluid deficiency.

Lemon and Lime
Lemon is used externally to heal sores (apply juice), to relieve itching from insect bites (rub in juice), and to soften and reduce corns (poultice). One drop of fresh juice combined with warm water makes a cleansing eye wash. Generally, limes can be substituted and are grown with fewer chemicals. The citric acid content of lemons and limes is 4-6 times higher than oranges and at least three times that of grapefruit. Thus these fruits should not be used by those with too much stomach acid or ulcers. Besides, citric acid thins the blood, and so citrus should be used cautiously by those with weak blood signs such as pale complexion and tongue, insomnia, irritability, and thinness.

Start with 1-3 lemons daily for one week and increase according to need and desire (9-12 lemons daily can be tolerated by the robust person in need of their properties).Lemon peel is used similarly to grapefruit peel, although it has stronger ability to move stagnant liver, while lime peel has even more specific action on the liver.
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Goat's Milk Propreties


Goat's Milk

Goat's milk, has different properties than other animals’ milk. Those with excess mucus would still want to be cautious in the use of goat's milk, but it forms far less mucus than cow's milk.Goat's milk is frequently considered an exception to many problems with dairy. Goats are usually healthy and clean and therefore are not normally given standard doses of antibiotics or other drugs. The fat structure of their milk is much more edible than that of cow's milk; since it is already naturally homogenized, goat milk does not have to be mechanically homogenized. Also, it is likely to be available raw. Because goats that graze freely enjoy a large variety of leaves, grasses, and herbs, their milk contains loaded amounts of nutrients not found in cow's milk. For all of these reasons, goat's milk is universally prescribed as a superior product for many types of deficiency, from youth through old age. When animal-product nutrition is needed, raw goat's milk is frequently a good choice.
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Healing Properties of Fruits:Grape

Grapes
This fruits has a neutral thermal nature, it has sweet-and-sour flavor and has the ability to increase energy. Grapes are used in the East and West as a blood tonic—contains valuable cell salts known to build and purify the blood and develop the cleansing function of the glands; benefits the kidneys and liver and thus strengthens their relevant tissues—the bones and sinews. Grapes are also used to treat rheumatism and arthritis, especially when these conditions are marked with signs of coldness. It has diuretic properties and reduces edema and treats urinary difficulty including painful urination. Grape juice is also a valuable remedy for liver malfunctions such as hepatitis and jaundice.

A poultice of mashed grapes purifies infected areas and reduces growths. For this purpose, a fresh poultice is applied daily and kept in place for at least 8 hours. These poultices should be used until the condition improves. Grapes make a good energy snack for children. The dark varieties of grapes are better for blood-building needs such as anemia; they are also more strengthening. Excessive use of grapes may diminish visual acuity. As a healing remedy it should be used approximately for 8 ounces once daily for chronic conditions, twice daily for acute conditions.
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Black Pepper and Disease Prevention


Black Pepper

This spice is ideal for general prevention of diseases and disorders. Unfortunately, most commercial ground pepper is roasted and is therefore an irritant rather than a stimulant. To make fresh ground pepper, we should use a peppermill and whole peppercorns. For the acute conditions it must be used several time a day. Freshly ground black pepper can be stirred into soups, herbal teas, or added to food.

Properties of Black Pepper:
  • Black pepper is warming; it stimulates a warming stream of energy in the body. It particularly warms the abdomen and is used in the treatment of diarrhea and watery stools.
  • Black pepper is diaphoretic—opens the pores for sweating and is useful at the onset of the common cold.
  • It is a very hot/pungent flavor and it benefits the lungs and assist in the protection against simple viral infections such as colds and flus.
  • It counteracts food poisoning and indigestion.
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Healing Properties of Fruits: Cherry

Cherries
Cherries are fruits with warming thermal nature. They have sweet flavor, increase energy, tonifie the spleen-pancreas, and prevent involuntary seminal emission. Cherries are a well-known remedy for gout, arthritis, and rheumatism. They also help defeat numbness in the limbs and paralysis as a result of rheumatism. Part of their action in rheumatic disorders occurs from their aptitude to eliminate the surplus of body acids. Cherries are most beneficial for treating disorders accompanied by coldness, such as the feeling of perennially cold. Richly supplied in iron, cherries are frequently used to improve the blood quality and treat anemia.
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Healing Properties of Fruits: Apricot

Apricot

Apricot is a fruit that has neutral thermal nature. It has a sweet-and-sour flavor. Apricot has the property to moisten the lungs and it increases the fluids. It is mainly used for dry throat, thirst, asthma, and other lung conditions when there is fluid deficit. Because of its high copper and cobalt content, it is usually used to treat anemia. Apricots originated in China, where they are considered weakening if consumed in large quantities. They must be used carefully during pregnancy, and avoided in cases of diarrhea.
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Healing Properties of Fruits: Apple


ApplesApple has cooling thermal nature, sweet-and-sour flavor. It reduces heat, especially summer heat and, creates fluids for the body in general, but particularly to moisten dryness and cool heat in the lungs—protects the lungs from cigarette smoking; stimulates appetite. Apple also has the property to remedy indigestion—this ability is due in part to the presence of malefic and tartaric acids in apples, which hold back the growth of ferments and disease-producing bacteria in the digestive tract. It contains pectin, which removes cholesterol, toxic metals such as lead and mercury, and the remains of radiation. This fruit is beneficial for low blood sugar conditions and emotional depression associated with it. A poultice of grated apple over the eyes for twenty minutes helps relieve inflammation and irritations such as sunburn or a eye disorder called "pink eye." Apples and their juice are also cleansing and favorable for the liver and gallbladder by softening gallstones.
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