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FENG-SHUI MEDICINAL PLANTS

IN YOUR KITCHEN

It’s time to take care of oneself. Therefore, I offer you a slight summary of which actions can be taken. In a first time, here’s some medicinal plants used in Feng-Shui that you can have in your kitchen thanks to the teachings of Ayurveda. Ayurveda is native from Antique India and has been recognized as the most ancient holistic health system in the world. In India, Feng-shui is named Vastu Shastra.

For your ayurvedic kitchen, you can plan to organize it in a box or a drawer with 9 different sections, here’s the health basics you can store in it :

 

Sector 4 (South-East) :

Genitals

 

Sector 9 (South) :


Heart. Small intestine

Sector 2 (South-west) :


Stomach

Arjuna plant

Arjuna

Arjuna or Terminalia arjuna : solves urinary disorders.

Galles Oak Tree or Quercus infectoria : helps with feminine disorders.

Durva or Cynodon dactylon : helps stop genitourinary infections.

Indian Almond Tree

Amandier indien

Indian Almond Tree or Terminalia bellirica : heart problems.

Arjuna or Terminalia arjuna : tone and stimulate cardiac system.

Indian laburnum or Cassia fistula : heals health problems.

Ajowan plant

Ajowan

Ajowan or Trachyspermum ammi : act on digestive infections.

Amla or Emblica officinalis : act on digestive disorders.

Black Cardamom or Amomum subulatum : act on digestive disorders.

Sector 3 (East) :


Liver. Gall bladder

Sector 5 (Middle) :


Pancreas

Sector 7 (west) :


Lungs

Amla plant

Amla

Amla or Emblica officinalis : biliary secretions.

Blepharis edulis : liver disorders

Indian Barberry or Berberis aristata : liver diseases.

Gymnema plant

Gymnema

Gymnema : soften pancreas activity.

Prativisha or Aconitum bisma: act on the digestive system.

Vishnukrantha or Evolvulus alsinoides : beneficial when having digestive disorders.

Bara nimbu plant

Bara nimbu

Ajowan or Trachyspermum ammi : respiratory infections.

Indian Almond Tree or Terminalia bellirica : respiratory infections (cough – sore throat).

Bara nimbu or Citrus medica : respiratory diseases such as bronchitis.

Sector 8 (North-East) :


Spleen

Sector 1 (North) :


Kidney. Urinary bladder

Sector 6 (North-west) :


Large intestine

Blepharis edulis plant

Blepharis edulis

 

Blepharis edulis : Spleen disorders.

Red-Indigo or Tephrosia purpurea : health problems related to spleen obstruction.

Mundi or Sphaeranthus indicus : act on spleen diseases.

Durva plant

Durva

Durva or Cynodon dactylon : act on the elimination of kidney rocks.

Red-Indigo or Tephrosia purpurea : health problems related to kidney obstruction.

Pasanabheda or Bergenia ligulata : prevention and elimination of kidney rocks.

Bael plant

Bael

Bael or Aegle marmelos : heals Diarrhea and constipation.

Gambhari or Gmelina arborea : heals constipation issues.

Haritaki or Terminalia chebula : act on constipation issues.

I can also offer you to create a biologic kitchen garden with celtic plants following the Feng-Shui principles, to read and share in next newsletter. Good appetite

 

*** This newsletter, written as an informative purpose, doesn’t substitute to medical advice and can’t replace a consultation with a health professionnal. In the same way, those informations shouldn’t be taken like a recommendation against the advice of a doctor.

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