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Burn Fat From The Thighs, Waist, And Back With This Healthy Ginger Water

All over the Internet, there are numerous natural ways in which one can lose weight. In this article, we offer you a different and powerful treatment, which includes ginger water, and it is actually effective.

Ginger water has excellent benefits and it can help you get a healthier body weight by burning the fats in your body. You can get rid of the fats in your waist, hips, and thighs. Also, ginger water can treat other health issues.

Ginger Water Benefits

1. Controls Cholesterol

Ginger water is great for regulating high cholesterol in the body. Therefore, it prevents numerous diseases that are connected to this issue.

2. Hypertension

Ginger water controls blood pressure and does not allow the formation of blood clots.

3. Anti-Inflammatory

It is great in fighting against inflammation and joint issues, as well as illnesses such as osteoarthritis and rheumatism.

4. Strong Antioxidant

It fights free radicals which usually lead to cancer.

5. Fights Against Cancer

Because of its anti-inflammatory and antioxidants properties, it is one of the strongest remedies in fighting against cancer, and it serves as a prevention as well.

Make Ginger Water

In order to prepare ginger water, you need the following:

  • Ginger root – thin slices
  • Half a liter of water
  • You can add lemon juice if you like

How to make it?

First, bring the water to boil and put the ginger slices in it. Let it simmer for fifteen minutes. Remove it from the heat, and when it is cooled down, filter it. If you want, you can add a little bit of lemon juice.

Your ginger water is now ready to drink. Consume a glass before breakfast and one before dinner. Enjoy.

What Other Benefits Does Ginger Have?

1. Better Blood Circulation

It is rich in zinc and magnesium that are very important for blood circulation. Some properties prevent the accumulation of bad cholesterol in the liver. This prevents many cardiovascular diseases. Also, it lowers fever and sweating issues.

2. Better Nutrient Absorption

Ginger stimulates stomach secretion and the pancreatic enzymes which provide better absorption of nutrients. Chew a little ginger to improve your appetite.

3. Helps in Prevention of Flu and Colds

Because of its antibiotic and expectorant properties, ginger is great for treating flu and cold. For hundreds of years, people living in the Asian continent has been using ginger as a treatment for a cough, flu, and colds.

According to the Maryland University, ginger tea can ease the symptoms of flu and colds in adults.

4. Better Digestion

Besides better absorption of nutrients, ginger helps in easing stomach pains which are usually a result of an inflammation. Additionally, it prevents and fights against constipation, stimulates digestion, and lowers intestinal gas.

5. Improves Immune System

When you consume ginger on a regular basis, you get a stronger immune system. So, your body can fight against coughs, flu, infections, and chronic illnesses. And, it lowers the risk of a stroke, and it fights against intestinal bacterial infections.

6. Eases Joint Pain

Because of ginger’s inflammatory properties, it lowers pain and inflammation of joints and other diseases.


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Essential Oils and the brain

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Essential Oils And Brain Injuries: what you are not being told

Did you know that our sense of smell is the only sense directly tied to the limbic area of the brain, which is considered the emotional control center? This means that when essential oils are inhaled, they go directly to the brain. Our other four senses — taste, sight, touch, and hearing — are first routed through the thalamus before reaching designated areas of the brain. Because the limbic system is directly connected to the parts of the brain that control heart rate, blood pressure, breathing, memory, stress levels, and hormone balance, therapeutic-grade essential oils can have unbelievable physiological and psychological effects.


Each of the essential oils has therapeutic, stimulating, calming, sedative, balancing  properties. When we inhale an essential oil molecule, it travels through the nasal passage to a receptor neuron that transports it up to the limbic brain, especially the hypothalamus.  The limbic center in your brain is responsible for controlling all the physical, psychological, and emotional responses that your body performs based on stimulus coming from the outside.

Thus, the ability of essential oils to target your limbic center, make them a powerful tool in treating many health ailments.

When essential oils are inhaled through the nose, tiny nerves send an immediate signal to the brain and go straight to work on the systems that moderate our minds and bodies. Inhalation can be the most direct delivery method of these incredibly nurturing components in essential oils, since the chemical messengers in the nasal cavity have direct access to the brain.

In studies performed at Vienna and Berlin Universities, researchers discovered that sesquiterpenes, a natural compound found in essential oils of Vetiver, Patchouli, Cedarwood, Sandalwood, and Frankincense, can increase levels of oxygen in the brain by up to 28 percent (Nasel, 1992). Such an increase in brain oxygen may lead to a heightened level of activity in the hypothalamus and limbic systems of the brain, which can have dramatic effects on not only emotions, but on learning, attitude, and many physical processes of the body such as: immune function, hormone balance, and energy levels. High levels of sesquiterpenes also occur in Melissa, Myrrh, Cedarwood, and Clove essential oils.

In 1989, Dr. Joseph Ledoux, at New York Medical University, discovered that the amygdala plays a major role in storing and releasing emotional trauma. From the studies of Dr. Hirsch and Dr. Ledoux, we can conclude that aromas may exert a profound effect in triggering a response.

Essential oils can provide many benefits to the human body without side effects, whether it is through diffusing or simply inhaling the aroma straight from the bottle. Proper stimulation of the olfactory nerves may offer a powerful and entirely new form of therapy that could be used as an adjunct against many forms of illness. Therapeutic essential oils, through inhalation, may occupy a key position in this relatively unexplored frontier of medicine.

The ability of essential oils and its molecular properties to affect both physical and psychological functions in the body is one reason why it is currently being evaluated for brain injury treatments.

Frankincense essential oil and your brain

The human brain is the most complex organ in the body.  Injuries to the brain range from mild concussions to more serious head trauma. Usually,  various brain injuries are slow to heal, but frankincense oil can aid greatly in this process. Frankincense works by aiding oxygenation of blood going to the brain.  This, in turn, will aid in oxygen absorption. When oxygen is absorbed effectively, it allows the brain to process and retain information, heal, and function correctly.

Frankincense is the essential oil of choice for any kind of brain disorder. Frankincense has a molecular makeup that includes sesquiterpenes, that are able to cross the blood/brain barrier. These sesquiterpenes stimulate the limbic system of the brain and other glands within the brain, promoting memory and releasing emotions. Frankincense slows down and deepens the breath. The therapeutic properties of Frankincense oil are antiseptic, astringent, carminative, cicatrisant, cytophylactic, digestive, diuretic, emmenagogue, expectorant, sedative, tonic, uterine, vulnerary and expectorant.

The bottom line is that essential oils can penetrate not only the blood-brain barrier, but they can also penetrate the skin, follow nerve pathways, follow the meridians, and provide healing and balance even at the cellular level, such as cellular memory and DNA.

Diffusing and inhaling

Diffusing certain oils using a cold air diffuser may have these benefits:
  • Relax the body, clear the mind, and relieve tension.
  • Help with weight management.
  • Reduce bacteria, mold, fungus, and odors.
  • Improve hormonal balance.
  • Improve the secretion of antibodies that fight candida.
  • Relieve headache.
  • Stimulate neurotransmitters.
  • Improve concentration, mental clarity and alertness.
  • Stimulate secretion of endorphins.
  • Improve digestive functions.
  • Stimulate growth hormone production and receptivity.

Therapeutic grade essential oils

The level of purity and therapeutic value of an oil is closely tied its chemical constituents, which can be affected by such things as the soil from which the plant was grown, the soil condition, fertilizer (organic or chemical) climate, distillation process, etc.

In aromatherapy, the quality of your oils is everything, so to achieve healing benefits, it is important to use undiluted therapeutic grade essential oils. Look for the term “100% therapeutic grade essential oil” on labels. You need to understand that  essential oils may be labeled as l00%  organic essential oil, but this does not mean that they are pure.

Therapeutic quality essential oils are laboratory tested and certified to be free from impurities. A therapeutic-grade essential oil is one that is both complete in its chemical constituents, giving it a rich, deep aroma, and is kinetically alive and able to raise the frequency of the human body, restoring balance and normal function to weak body systems.  This is important, because the oil’s fragrance, frequency, and chemistry all contribute to its unique therapeutic effects.  If any of these properties are compromised, as a result of poor production practices, an essential oil cannot rightly be called therapeutic-grade.

If you want to learn more about Essential Oils, join this Essential Oils Facebook Group – HERE

Article originally published on LivingTraditionally.com republished with permission


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No wonder the FDA has their sights set on essential oils!

This information is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment and is for information only. Essential oils are very highly concentrated and potent and it is important to always check the specific safety data provided. Keep out of reach of children, the elderly, and pets. For external use only. Avoid contact with mucus membranes and eyes. If any essential oils have contacted your eye, wash out with a vegetable oil such as olive oil, not water.

Some oils may cause skin irritation in people with sensitive skin. It is recommended to perform a patch test before use. To patch test, place one drop on the back of your wrist and leave for an hour or more. If irritation or redness occurs wash the area with olive oil then cold water and do not use the oil.

We do not recommend the ingestion of essential oils except while under the care and direction of a qualified health practitioner.


Any food containing blood is harmful for the development of subtle energy - Brotherhood # 21 -

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' Any food containing blood is harmful for the development of subtle energy.
If humanity would only refrain from devouring dead bodies, then evolution could be accelerated.


Meat lovers have tried to remove the blood, but they have not been able to obtain the desired results.
Meat, even with the blood removed, cannot be fully freed from the emanations of this powerful substance.


The sun's rays to a certain extent remove these emanations, but their dispersion into space also causes

no small harm.
Try to carry out a psychic energy experiment near a slaughterhouse and you will receive signs of acute madness,

not to mention the entities which attach themselves to the exposed blood.


Not without foundation has blood been called sacred.


There can thus be observed different kinds of people.
It is possible to convince oneself particularly as how strong atavism is.
The desire for food containing blood is augmented by atavism, because the many preceding generations were saturated with blood.


Unfortunately, governments pay no attention to improving the health of the population.
State medicine and hygiene stand at a low level.
Medical supervision is no higher than that of the police.
No new thought penetrates into these outworn institutions.


Hence, on the Path to Brotherhood there should be no slaughterhouses.'


BROTHERHOOD - # 21 - Agni -


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