Herbs for weight loss

Herbs have an energetic frequency that works with the lacking or overacting frequency of the body. There are certain properties of herbs that tonify, enhance, soothe, and strengthen different parts of the body according to the properties of that specific organ, muscle, limbic system, or nerve.

It is said that everything we need to heal, from any dis-ease of the body, is grown on this earth.


For example, Perilla (perilla frutescens) is from the mint family. It is native to the region of Southeast Asia. It is believed to be an antidote to food poisoning. It is antioxidant, antiallergic, anti-inflammatory, anti-depressant, anorexigenic, and tumor-preventing properties. The dried leaves are used for the treatment of respiratory conditions, as an antispasmodic, to induce sweating, to quell nausea, and alleviate sunstroke. Because it is of the mint family we know that its properties are cold. All the above ailments of that of one retaining heat. When we add the energetic property of cold to hot it equals out. And, brings the body back to balance.

Oleuropein (Olea europaea) is an olive with a slightly bitter but flavorful taste. It contains Polyphenols, which are anti-oxidants and can protect your muscles and tissues from free radicals. It helps to support blood pressure, maintain the health of your arteries, keep blood sugar levels healthy, and lubricate joints.

This makes sense as healthy fats, such as those that come in good quality olive oil help regulate the amount of hormones needed to tell the body to release fat from foods and utilize good fats.

Kudzu is an invasive climbing woody vine native to Japan. It has many benefits including treatment for alcohol and tobacco addiction. It fights against menopausal disorders and is a treatment for hangovers. It soothes stomach ulcers, diarrhea, muscle pain, and hypertension. It's alkalizing so excellent for acid stomachs. If you look at this root it looks like it could be used as a filtration substance. So in actualizing properties that an herb can do for your body just the same.

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In conclusion, the way we look at herbs is as simple as how they look, how they taste, and how the feel. Their qualities on the outside is generally ow they will react on the inside. Remembering that we are microcosms living within a macrocosm. And, everything we need to heal is just a step away into nature.



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