There are many foods beneficial for our skin, but few match the nutrient capabilities of the following in terms of cleansing, moisturizing, regeneration, antioxidant, UV protection, strengthening and rejuvenation.
Lemon is a fruit of all seasons and almost always finds place on your kitchen shelf or refrigerator. With its vitamin C content, its juice will keep your skin beautiful. A glass of warm water with a tsp of honey and a dash of lemon juice on an empty stomach every morning is a great skin cleanser. With its astringent properties, it can be used to lighten the skin tone and also diminish acne scars. Rub the inside of a lemon peel on your elbow remove dark spots. Mix lemon and honey and use it as a natural bleach on your skin. This is one of nature’s most potent fruits and thediversity of applications for lemons far exceeds general knowledge
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The following recipe, instructions for use and reported results are partly owed to statements originally (but no longer) found on www.themiracleofsharing.org, itself based on the work of Father Romano Zago who took it upon himself to thoroughly research and then promulgate this “native” cancer cure and prevention recipe he learned while ministering to the poor in Brazil.
Many cancers cured
This simple homemade (as well as commercially available) formula based on the amazing aloe plant apparently has helped to cure many types of cancer: skin cancer, throat cancer, cancer of the uterus, vocal chords, ovaries, breast, prostate, kidneys, lymphatic system, blood system (such as leukemia), spinal column, brain/cerebellum (incl. children’s brain tumors), liver as well as intestinal and rectal cancer, bone and bladder cancer, and many instances of colon cancer. (more…)
One of the best kept secrets in the nutritional field is aloe vera. Commonly recognized for soothing ulcers, hemorrhoids, sunburns, wounds and other skin ailments, many don’t know the power pure raw aloe vera juice has for improving and even reversing serious diseases that baffle mainstream medicine.
That’s because those claims are suppressed. (more…)
According to the Chinese lunar calendar, summer began on May 6th.
This is mid-way between the vernal equinox and the summer solstice. In China, the day is celebrated with the Dragon Boat Festival, also called the Duanwu Festival. In Chinese culture, the dragon is masculine and coincides with the lengthening of days and the masculine, or yang energy of the sun.
Chinese Medicine and the Five Elements (more…)