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Here's an informative article from CNN:
Whether it's a squeeze of the hand, a big bear hug, a kneading massage, even a bedroom romp, touch is shaping up to be the ultimate mind-body medicine. From lowering blood pressure and heart rate to increasing immune function and relieving pain, getting touched or doing some touching makes you healthier -- not to mention happier and less anxious.
How do you tap into these body-boosting benefits? Let us count the ways. Rest of the article.
My greatest revelation about Qigong for others came after several years in the clinical practice of Chinese medicine. Patients kept asking me,
Doctor, is there medicine in the acupuncture needle?
After all, most people in America believe that medicine comes from doctors, frequently through the injection needle. Then I would say,
No, there is no medicine in the acupuncture needle, it is very slender. The next question was clearly a turning point in many people’s lives,
Well, then, where is the medicine? More...
ScienceDaily (Oct. 26, 2009) — People are unconsciously fairer and more generous when they are in clean-smelling environments, according to a soon-to-be published study led by a Brigham Young University professor. More...
Throughout the ages virulent plagues have wreaked havoc and terror on the people and places they spread. Closer to home, the plague haunted Europe in the 14th and 15th centuries. It was a time of great superstition, and many considered that foul odours were responsible for the disease. Strong aromatic herbs and oils were used to mask the odours. It was also noted that comparatively few of those working in perfume houses in France became ill, which led on to early research regarding the anti-viral and anti-microbial actions of aromatic oils.
An infamous band of thieves were arrested in Marseille in 1413 and charged with robbing the dead and dying plague victims. None of the thieves contracted the highly contagious disease, and in a bid to secure leniency for their crimes they revealed their secret weapon to be a blend of cinnamon, clove, rosemary and eucalyptus, which they applied to their hands, ears and temples before ‘work’.
This info comes from Medical Aromatherapy by Kurt Schnaubelt, page 92“The superior ability of essential oils to disinfect room air was demonstrated in 1956. In 1973 Hildebert Wagner demonstrated that a mix of common essential oil constituents had a broader spectrum of action than broad spectrum antibiotics, especially with respect to bacteria implicated in upper respiratory infections... and the results showed oregano, thyme, clove, cinnamon, and tea tree to have the broadest overall spectrum of action.”
This info is from Anarres Natural Health website
How To Beat The 'Flu and Panic-fluenza!
Here's the entire article with a list of effective essential oils.... Thanks Tracey!
Use essential oils liberally to create your own sanctuary away from the hustle-bustle of everyday life. This space in your home can be called a “Pleasure Dome.” This term is inspired by Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s poem, Kubla Khan. Invite a few plants. Add candles and a diffuser with some of your favorite scents.Avatar Adi Da Samraj talked about how modern civilization has become more yang (outgoing) and materialistic, and has forgotten or tends to minimize the more yin, female, or feeling expression of life. He emphasizes that the Pleasure Dome is the necessary core of a person’s life.
“If you have no Pleasure Dome, you have nothing to protect, nothing to preserve, nothing to serve, nothing to perpetuate that makes any difference whatsoever. The cramp of mere social and political life is reduced to godlessness, egoic self-possession (or self-absorption), materiality, gross ordinariness, mere survival concerns. Surviving for what purpose? What is there that must survive? It is the Pleasure Dome context of life that must survive. The core of life must be preserved as a Pleasure Dome of everything sacred, everything most profound, everything most intimate. The entire environment of the heart is the Pleasure Dome.”*
*from See My Brightness Face to Face, page 166.
In Xanadu did Kubla Khan
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...Clean the Polluted Air?
(An email from Joy): What is advised to clean the polluted air in my NYC apartment? I have been having a lot of asthma lately. Perhaps even the air from the computer is not good for me to breathe in either. I have read about Dr. Rife’s invention and cures for diseases with frequencies and I believe in this healing method.
Your site is so nicely done!
Michael: Hi Joy,
Then you can use some essential oils, such as tea tree or eucalyptus to help clean the air and help your lungs. You can add the ess. oils to a water sprayer (shake before using to spread the ess. oils into the water) and mist around your apartment.
I just remembered that I have an article on clean air on my website based on the book: How To Grow Fresh Air, 50 Houseplants that Purify Your Home or Office by Dr. B. C. Wolverton
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