Doctrine of Signatures

FB_12-Foods-that-resemble-organs-696x696When trying to locate the perfect remedy for any system that the body is experiencing imbalance in, there is a system so lucid that it’s right under our nose. Divine intervention indicates a subtle yet effective methodology for implicating the best way to locate the chosen plant for a specific ailment or symptom you are trying to treat. Otherwise, if it were not for the sacred act of passing down knowledge through oral traditions, inscribing ancient texts or deciphering cave drawings, the known benefits for each plant might have been lost. But Mother Nature has designed a simple system to ensure the integrity and sustainability of natural plant medicine throughout the ages even if there were no ancient texts on hand, or a wise woman nearby, through the Doctrine Of Signatures.

Through this intricately intuitive, yet simply obvious system of patterns and correspondences, we can begin to speak Mother Earth’s language and understand her subtle nuances, the unsuspecting clues hidden in plain sight by the shape of the plant or the color of a vegetable.

The fact that a walnut resembles a brain and that it helps develop brain function is a common one that some have heard of before and is no coincidence by any means. This is Mother Nature directing Herbalists to the specific remedy for whatever ails you, even if you didn’t have anyone else nearby. By observing your environment, taking notice of what’s around you, opening yourself to the silent language spoken before your eyes that remains hidden as a result of a lack of knowledge.

Arnica, an excellent remedy for internal bleeding and bruising grows on the sides of mountains, if you fall, she has your back, literally.

Jewel Weed often grows near Poison Ivy and is an excellent remedy for it.Ginkgo Biloba improves memory and it’s good for your brain while the nut of the tree looks like a brain, also.

If you sliced a mushroom in half, noting the resemble to a human ear, it serves as one of the few foods that contain vitamin D, which has been found to improve hearing. Important for healthy bones, including the tiny ones in your ear that transmit sound to the brain.

Sweet potatoes resembling the pancreas, actually balance the glycemic index of diabetics.

Celery, bok choy, rhubarb resembling the fibrous texture of bones, specifically targets bone strength. Bone being 23% sodium and celery being 23% sodium is no coincidence. Without enough sodium in your diet, the body pulls it from your bones, resulting in weak, brittle bones.

Avocados take exactly 9 months to grow from blossom to ripened fruit and help women shed unwanted birth weight, balance hormones, deter cervical cancer.

Kidney beans improve the health of and maintain optimum kidney function, looking exactly like human kidneys.

Olives are beneficial for women’s health and optimum functioning of the ovaries.

Ginger resembling the stomach, known for its benefits in eating digestion, useful for nausea during motion sickness.

Grapes are similar to alveoli, which are tiny bunches of tissues that allow oxygen to pass from the lungs to the bloodstream. Diets high in fresh grapes have been shown to reduce the risk of lung cancer and emphysema. Grape seeds contain proanthocyanidin which appear to reduce the severity of allergy triggered asthma.

Figs hang in twos when they grow, full of seeds that are known to increase the mobility of male sperm increasing numbers of sperm.

Beets are blood red resembling our blood and they are excellent blood builders and blood purifiers.

Eyebright is an herb that resembles an eyeball that is beneficial for the eyes and improves eyesight.

The herb horsetail is high in silica which is beneficial for the hair.

Carrots, being good for our eyes, when sliced, the core of a carrot resembles an eyeball.

Tomatoes having four distinct chambers just like a human heart, balancing cholesterol, blood pressure, inflammation and reducing the risk of heart attack.

Talk about Infinite Intelligence!

Author: wildflowerimmuno

I am a Holistic Health Practitioner, Clinical Cannabinoid Clinician, Essential Oil Coach, Homeopath, Herbalist, Reiki Master, studying to get my PhD in Holistic Natural Health & Nutrition and am a Graduate of The Clinical Cannabinoid Medicine Curriculum. Also the author of Discover The Essence of Plant Medicine, The Five Principles of Lifesaving Herbs Book and Herbal Course. I facilitate a Triple CBD Workshop Series and am passionate about Alternative Healing Therapies & am anxious to share them with you!

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