FOOD FOR THOUGHT Self-Development Balancing: 1-9



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[ ] 5: 5, 14, 23, 32, 41, 50, 59, 68, 77, 86, 95

[] Fruits: cherries, cranberries
[] Vegetables: kombu, parsnips, string beans
[] Grains: oats
[] Herbs: marjoram, parsley, cloves, hops, hyssop

    []cherry 3,5
    Warming tones spleen, pancreas, liver, kidneys. Treats involuntary seminal emission. Removes excess body acids and blood stagnation. Moves blood in lower half of the body, expelling cold and wind, and dampness. Therapeutic for gout, paralysis, numbness, paralysis, and rheumatic pain, arthritis, and frostbite. Good for the heart. Nutrients: A, B-2/Riboflavin, Iron, Phosphorous, Potassium, Calcium. Energy: Warm Flavor: Sweet Organs Affected: Heart, spleen In Season:
    []cranberry 5
    Increases urine activity & inhibits bacteria (E-Coli) from adhering to bladder & urinary tract. Helps fight cancer and cleanses the blood. Helps to prevent urinary infections. The Journal of Urology revealed that cranberry juice is a inhibitor of bacterial adherence in the urinary tract. Cranberry juice helps with kidney problems. Dissolves some types of kidney stones. A tonic good for rejuvenating heart & blood. Nutrients: Potassium? Energy: Flavor: Organs Affected: In Season: . . . .
    Sea Vegetables:
    [] Sea Vegetables: Sea vegetables lubricate dryness and softens hardness (lumps and tumors) They eliminate mucous and promotes water passage. “In 1974, in the Japanese Journal of Experimental Medicine, scientists stated that several varieties of kombu (common sea vegetable eaten in Asia and in macrobiotic diets) were effective in the treatment of tumors. In 3 of 4 samples tested in the laboratory, inhibition rates in mice with implanted cancerous tumors ranged from 89-95%. The researchers reported, “The tumor underwent complete regression in more than half of the mice of each treated group.” Similar experiments, in which mice with leukemia were treated with sea vegetables, showed promising results. A 1986 screening of sea vegetables for antitumor activity found that 9 out of the 11 varieties studied inhibited tumors in animals. In 1984, medical researcher Jane Teas and associates at the Harvard School of Public Health reported that a diet containing 5% kombu significantly delayed the onset of breast cancer in experimental animals. Extrapolating these results to human subjects, Teas and her colleagues concluded, “Seaweed may be an important factor in explaining the low rates of certain types of cancers in Japan”. Japanese women, whose diet normally includes about 5% sea vegetables, have an incidence of breast cancer that is from 3-9 times lower than the rate among American women, whose diet does not normally include sea vegetables. . Dr. Teas and researchers in Japan believe that a chemical called fucoidan may be the most potent among the various anticancer agents found in sea vegetables”. Holistic Health through Macrobiotics Pg. 326 Michio Kushi with Edward Esko. Sea vegetables are a very important food for they have a strengthening effect on the immune system. Useful in conditions of goiter, abdominal swelling, edema and obstruction. Useful for the condition of beriberi. Nutrients: Energy: Cold Flavor: Salty Organs Affected: Kidneys, stomach In Season:
    []kombu (kelp):
    5 Cooling reduces or softens masses, tumors, cysts in the body. A natural cleanser for the intestines by gathering together the toxins within the colon wall and allowing for their natural elimination. A strip of kombu cooked with beans will soften the beans quicker and improve their flavor and digestibility. Used for the treatment of goiter, good for high blood pressure. Kombu strengthens the intestines, helps with colitis. High in iodine which is supportive for the thyroid. Essential for the developing baby during pregnancy. Iodeine deficiency during pregnancy may cause mental retardation. Kombu protects from radioactive fallout. Rich in glutamic acid, an original version of MSG (monosodium glutamate). Do not use excessively during pregnancy. Nutrients: A/Beta-Carotene, B-1/Thiamine, B-2/Riboflavin, C, B-complex, Calcium, Chlorine, Chromium, Cobalt, Copper, Fluorine, Iodine, Iron, Manganese, Molybdenum, Phosphorus, Potassium, Selenium, Silicon, Sodium, Sulfur, Zinc, Trace Minerals, Energy: Cold Flavor: Salty Organs Affected: Stomach, spleen In Season
    []parsnips 3,5
    Internal cleansing agent. Gets rid of some stones in the kidney and bladder. Strengthens those who have hypoglycemia or who are recovering from illness. Nutrients: Sulfur Energy: Flavor: Organs Affected: In Season:
    []string beans 5
    Helps treat diabetes. Tonifies kidneys and strengthens spleen Nutrients: Sulfur (A, B-complex, Calcium, Potassium ???) Energy: Neutral Flavor: Sweet Organs Affected: Spleen, kidneys In Season:
    []cloves 5 Freshens breath, tonifies kidney, spleen, pancreas. Aids digestion problems due to “cold” in stomach. Good for people with cold extremities. Treats nausea, hiccups, vomiting. Clove tea cures nausea and rids the stomach of gas. Treats impotence due to kidney deficiency. Effective toothache remedy (oil of clove) relieves pain. Nutrients: Energy: Flavor: Organs Affected: In Season:
    [] caraway seeds
    [] chamomile
    []hops 5,7
    Helps ease tension, restlessness, stress, and anxiety of all forms. Relaxes central nervous system. Good for insomnia. Treats excessive sexual desires and painful erections. Treats pain, toothaches, earaches, muscle cramps. Treats gonorrhea and ulcers. Combines well with valerian for hypnotic relaxant. Decreases desire for alcohol. Combines well with chamomile for nervous stomach and dyspepsia. Nutrients: B-6/Pyridoxine, Choline, Inositol, Manganese, Energy: Flavor: Organs Affected: In Season:
    []hyssop 5
    Has grown abundantly in Israel since ancient times. The Romans brought hyssop from the Middle East to Europe. Hyssop is a standard remedy for relief of rheumatism and respiratory complaints. It is good for treating symptoms of cold and flu. It has a camphor-like substance which helps to loosen phlegm al lowing it to be coughed up. Hyssop halts the growth of herpes simplex virus, which causes cold sores and genital herpes. Stimulates a deeper connection to to people. States of self-judgment can lead to guilt It helps to releasing guilt. It allows individuals to be better connected with the best parts of themselves. It relaxes an individual’s judgmental side as they see themselves judged by others. Hyssop also spiritually creates a sense of harmony and oneness in groups. It enhances group meditation for concerns outside of the group: meditation for world peace, or to uplift those in the world who are suffering. Hyssop tea sweetened with honey and sipped during an asthma attack 3 times a day will help to break down the mucous, promoting a productive cough that clears the lungs. Eases gas pains caused by colic. Nutrients: Energy: Flavor: Organs Affected: In Season:
    []marjoram 5
    Relieves menstrual and abdominal cramps. Calms stressed nerves and muscles. Relieves headaches, insomnia and bronchial complains. Increases fertility. A tea made with this herb soothes nerves and aids digestion. Harmonizes with thyme as a seasoning. Nutrients: Energy: Flavor: Organs Affected: In Season:
    []parsley 5
    Digestive aid, blood purifier that helps stimulate the bowels. Treats kidney and gallstones, deafness, and ear infections. Good for goiter, obesity, edema, bed-wetting, fluid retention, rheumatism, indigestion, gas menstrual disorder and worms. The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology reports that parsley blocks the formation of histamines, the chemical that triggers allergy attacks. Parsley may help those who suffer from hay fever or outbreaks of hives. The American Journal of Chinese Medicine indicates that parsley’s diuretic action may help control high blood pressure. Parsley is an anticarcinogen, it is a sweet plant that contains a substance in which tumor cells cannot multiply. The high chlorophyll content of the leaves makes it an excellent treatment for cancer. Parsley freshens the breath, (diuretic tea) strengthens teeth. Good added to salads and sauces. The root is good for jaundice. Good for thyroid, lung, stomach, bladder, liver, and kidney function. Combine parsley with buchu, cramp bark and black haw for female problems. Juice is good for prostate cleansing. Has more vitamin C than oranges, and twice as much Iron as spinach. Parsley tends to deplete potassium in the body. Nutrients: A/Beta-Carotene, B-1/Thiamine, B-2/Riboflavin, B-3/Niacin, C/Ascorbic Acid, F/Unsaturated Fatty Acids, P/Bioflavonoids, Calcium, Copper, Fluorine, Iodine, Iron, Manganese, Phosphorus, Sodium, Energy: Flavor: Organs Affected: In Season:
    Avoid: Not to be used by pregnant women.
    []Childbirth: Good for labor,
    []Postpartum care: Helps contract the uterus
    []Lactation: Encourages good milk flow
    [] passion flower

[] Best to: fast often, get plenty rest and relaxation
[] Sensitive to: insomnia, exhaustion, lungs, drug abuse
[] Associated with: central nervous sytem, brain, respiratory system, thyroid, sensory organs
[] Essential Oil:  basil, coriander, hyssop, lemon, marjoram, peppermint


  • Information on this website and my FB page is based on the authors research and experiences. Information is shared for educational purposes and not intended to be used as recommendations or advice for treatment of any illnesses. Do not put into effect any of the above without prior consultation with your medical health care provider for diagnosis, and treatment.



5 Change, plan a goal for advancement, make new adjustments

  • [] 14: Sexual principle, social/family obligations, competition, risks: Channel creativity powers through the higher energy centers.
  • [] 23: Protection, guidance, inheritance, contracts, travel, peace of mind: Follow the advice of those in authority. Be truthful, no quarreling.
  • [] 32: Good news, joy, humor, rewards, victory: Favorable settlements. Recognize the force of the Universe working through self.
  • [] 41: Love, abundance, radiance, fertility, change: Love of life may appear at this time. Do not be impulsive. Take time making decisions.
  • [] 50: Love, family ties, happy changes, gifts, trips: Messages or conversations could bring favorable news as well as promising opportunities.
  • [] 59: Travel, change, responsibility, accidents, romance: Avoid impulsiveness & risk taking. Accept responsibilities, stand up for beliefs.
  • [] 68: Education, communication, materialism, acceptance of invitations, travel, new paths: Details & proper planning achieves goals.
  • [] 77: Good fortune, popularity, achievement: Resources avail able for travel, entertainment. Social life will improve, creative side awakened


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  • [__/__] 4 Power    22nd- 28th: [__/_]                 [_]

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  • [_] 5: LIBERATOR 14,23,32,41,50,59,68,77,86,95 
  • Study About:                                            World customs, import/export trade, journalism, writing, media, politics,
  • Check Career Opportunities:                   actor, advertising, communications, consultant, copy reader, editor, executive, graphologist, import-exporter, interpreter, investigator,detective language teacher, lecturer, marketing consultant, news columnist, news correspondent, performer, pilot, playwright, politician, private investigator, proofreader, professional sports, psychology teacher, publisher, salesperson, sex therapist, secretary, teacher, travel editor, TV/radio operator, writer
  • Underline Strengths To Promote:            Versatile, Spontaneous, Freedom-Loving, Communicator, Magnetic, Physical.
  • Circle Weak Behavior Traits To Change: Self-Indulgences related to senses, Irritable, Abusive,  Procrastinating, Inconsistent, Perversion, Abuse of Freedom, Substance Abuser: Over-Indulgence in alcohol, drugs: medications or controlled substances, sensuality
  • How To Handle Challenges:                    As a parent channel your youth’s need for activity into positive directions. Their active mind makes it difficult for these youths to deal with people who do not respond as fast as they do in situations. Teach this youth to have patience. Give them exercises to develop self-confidence, tranquility of mind, and calmness.  


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