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Spiritual NetworksLuv ~ 11:11 so my thoughts of shutting SN down and not continuing to pour $1000s down the drain is right on? NikkoThis is really good - I have a sound that is somewhat high pitched with a hiss of a radio that is not tuned to a channel.
NikkoMany years ago I used to marvel at how I could hear these sounds in the late night, outside when there no noises. Luv ~ 11:11Sheri too funny that you just mentioned that becuase Inwas just watching a video about this same thing. Healing Qualities of Herbs - The Best Spiritual and Metaphysical Online Website on the Net! HerbsSpiridium Circle feels that there is a vast variety of ways that you may use herbs in your daily life. Long hours in a chair takes a toll on our posture, making it important to stretch regularly. While numerous stretches are effective and available, it’s easiest to keep things simple.
Jon Marion, a Marshfield Clinic occupational therapist, always recommends the Chin Tuck and Shoulder Blade Pinch, which help with neck and back posture, respectively.
Welcome to Shine365Shine365 is your source for healthy living information from Marshfield Clinic. This happened a couple of weeks ago to me and it was so Loud and last about 30 seconds I usually take it as a message or signal of a new download coming so I am very careful to pay attention to what is going on around me. The English believed it was an "all-heal." The Greeks used it to cure diarrhea and disorders of the gallbladder, liver and kidneys. It is very high in many nutrients, and is an inexpensive source of vitamins C, D, E, and K.
Vitus' dance (chores), epilepsy, convulsions, and all spasmodic afflictions, as well as dropsy, rheumatism, spinal meningitis and asthma.
Burdock has antibacterial and antifungal properties: contains Vitamin A, selenium and chromium, and it helps regulate blood sugar levels and acts as an antioxidant. Suggested for hemorrhoids, varicose veins, circulation, leg cramps, phlebitis, thrombosis, and for inflammation of kidney and bladder.
Capsicum, more familiarly known as cayenne pepper, improves circulation, cleans the blood, equalizing and strengthening the heart, arteries, capillaries and nerves. Modern herbalists advocate a tea made from the flower heads for muscular spasms and to relieve pain and swelling caused by arthritis or an injury, and for use as a sedative.
Suggested for liver problems, hepatitis, digestion, congestion, gallstones and tonsillitis. Many Indian tribes used it for treating obesity, intestinal complains, skin disorders and a variety of other afflictions. It has long been used on pinkeye, or conjunctivitis, due to its astringent and anti-inflammatory properties. In recent years, it has regained its deserved reputation as a primary remedy for migraines.
It contains hydroxycitric acid, which breaks down fats and carbohydrates, reduces cholesterol and decreases appetite.* Chromium -- Energy nutrient. They used it for tuberculosis, bronchial congestion, kidney infections, depression, senility, toxic shock and circulatory ailments. Beneficial to men for impotence or low sperm count, it stimulates the male sex glands and has proven successful against certain types of impotence.
The medicinal value of goldenseal is believed to derive from its high content of berberine, an alkaloid constituent that has been widely studied. It may also be used for urinary stones or gravel associated with infections such as cystitis. Also excellent for treating fresh mosquito bites, bee and wasp stings, warts, bruises, athlete's foot, ringworm, minor burns, cuts, eczema and sores. It has been used successfully for clearing depression, especially if used in conjunction with other remedies. Early physicians use it as an expectorant, anti-asthmatic, emetic and stimulant to treat asthma, nerves, respiratory ailments, convulsions, diphtheria, epilepsy and tonsillitis. It is one of the best digestive remedies available and as such will be indicated in most conditions. We’ll provide you with ideas for healthy living and ways to maintain balance, stay fit and take care of you and your family. Every day you’ll find helpful ideas and advice on a wide variety of health topics to help you and your family live well.
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Considered useful for the pituitary gland, reducing toxins in the liver, aids in digestion of protein, fats and carbohydrates. It is said to be a wonderful remedy for high blood pressure and for equalizing circulation. Good experimental data exist to verify its effectiveness in treating rheumatism, and there is some evidence that the roots may have antispasmodic properties. Burdock contains biotin, copper, iron, manganese, zinc, volatile oils, sulfur, tannins, three B vitamins, and vitamin E. Dandelion is also helpful against anemia, gallstones, gout, hypoglycemia, rheumatism, jaundice, cirrhosis, hepatitis, cramps and constipation. In England, during the 17th century, this herb was called the "King's cure-all" by herbalists, and it was considered a panacea for treating most ailments. It is also reported that feverfew inhibits the release of two inflammatory substances thought to be the culprits of painful swollen joints, characteristic of rheumatoid arthritis.
Also for digestion (accelerates the emptying of the stomach), increased circulation, chronic urinary infection and arthritis.
Berberine activates macrophages, immune system cells that destroy bacteria, viruses, tumor cells and other harmful foreign substances. Also for fatigue, depression, rheumatism, blood diseases, high blood pressure, heart and liver functions, sore throat, tonsillitis, hepatitis, venereal disease, urinary tract infections, measles, insomnia, stress, edema and to speed healing of wounds. Suggested for circulation, irregular heart beat, kidney stones, stomach distension, diarrhea and sore throats. Herbalists recommend using it as an astringent and expectorant for respiratory ailments, chronic bronchitis and spasmodic asthma.
Also suggested in the treatment of gastric and duodenal ulcers, and for gall bladder problems and indigestion.
It acts to protect and soothe the mucous membranes of the digestive tract, reducing excess acidity and easing nausea.
Medicinally the plant is rich in mucilage and good for soothing internal and external inflammations.
The Physical PossibilitiesA ringing sound in one or both ears can be both annoying and disconcerting.
In the United States and Canada, late into the 19th century, it was prescribed for many of these ills and more: skin diseases, asthma, coughs, and gynecological complaints.
Its effectiveness as a remedy for dysmenorrhea has not been successfully proven, but research suggests a pharmacological basis for its use in treating rheumatism and neuralgia. Extensive animal experiments reveal that the tea has anti-inflammatory properties, especially useful in allaying arthritis and other conditions characterized by pain, heat, redness and swelling. Herbalists recommend using this herb as an anti-inflammatory, choleretic, digestive tonic, laxative, mild diuretic and stomachic for anemia, liver disorders, kidney and gall stones, and urinary tract inflammations.
It is reported to also reduce levels of serum cholesterol and uric acid, and may even help prevent breast cancer, and prevent age spots.
Scientifically documented, it is anti-microbial, antibacterial, anticarcinogenic, antifungal, anthelmintic, anti-inflammatory, and antiviral. Berberine's ability to inhibit the growth of the Candida organism, responsible for so many yeast infections, has also been documented. Horsetail contains calcium, copper, fatty acids, fluorine, selenium, nicotine, aconitic acid, equisitine, PABA, sodium, starch, vitamin B and zinc.
Marshmallow is a soothing, healing demulcent, considered valuable for all lung ailments, including asthma. They make it very easy to understand and we found their information to be helpful and very useful in the herb sciences. Alfalfa is a natural antihistamine and can be useful for arthritis, ulcers or sinus congestion.
Black Cohosh relieves sinusitis and asthma by reducing congestion and mucous buildup; it eases coughing spasms, too.
Tibetans use ginger to stimulate the vital energies of one who is debilitated, lethargic, or convalescing from an illness. GLA is used by the body to produce prostaglandins, which control the physiological responses that lower blood pressure, stimulate the immune system, reduce the risk of thrombosis and regulate brain function. It has been used for centuries to soothe sore throats, ease a cough, and treat ulcers and diseases of the gastrointestinal tract.
It could be tinnitus, which is a physical condition that develops from a variety of causes. The leaves of alfalfa are especially rich in minerals, including calcium, magnesium, potassium, and beta carotene, as well as eight essential amino acids, chlorophyll, and the vitamins A, B complex, C, D, E, and K. Also, because angelica has the potential to increase sugar in the urine, diabetics and hypoglycemics should avoid this herb.


This herb helps bring down cholesterol levels, regulates blood pressure, combats rheumatic pain, and is a traditional remedy for hot flashes and menstrual cramps. If you have noticed a sudden change in bowel habits that persists over a period of 2 wks, consult a doctor before using a laxative.
Chamomile contains traces of vitamin A, a high level of calcium and magnesium, potassium, iron, manganese and zinc.
Dandelion contains vitamins A, B-complex, C, and E, biotin, calcium, choline, inositol, iron, linolenic acid, magnesium, niacin, PABA, phosphorus, zinc, potash, proteins, resins, and sulfur. Echinacea is regarded as an extremely safe herb with virtually no reported instances of toxicity. It contains moderate amounts of B complex, D, and traces of vitamin E., and iron and silicon, plus trace amounts of iodine, copper and zinc. It has a lipid-lowering effect; it decreases total serum cholesterol, while increasing high-density lipoproteins (the good cholesterol).
In addition to improving blood supply to the brain, ginkgo also increases the rate at which information is transmitted at the nerve cell level. It could be linked to a Vitamin D deficiency, damage to the ear, earwax, Meniere’s disease or a host of other causes.
So, whatever is trying to communicate with us, being Angels, Aliens, God, Jesus, who and whatever, they are trying to tune into our frequency. Rectal bleeding or failure to have a bowel movement after using a laxative may indicate a serious condition; discontinue use and consult your doctor.
Dandelion stimulates metabolism by providing acids that are necessary for good digestion, and helpful to stressed intestines.
If taken faithfully, you can expect good results within two weeks to a month and excellent results by the end of two months. It is a carminative and an aid in the digestion of fatty foods, as well as helpful in preventing motion sickness and vertigo.
Even certain medications have side effectsthat result in ringing of the ears.The Spiritual PossibilitiesOkay so you’ve investigated every conceivable physical cause and you’re fine. I could go on and on about energy and frequency, but that's a very, very deep subject within itself. It also contains two fatty acids (oleic and palmitic), phosphorus, tannin, vitamins A and B, and actaeine, cimicifungin, and isoferulic acid (a type of iron). Anyway, we all have a choice to pay attention to the different frequencies and try our best to tune into them, or we can ignore them and just put it off as something else! Alfalfa has been known to aggravate autoimmune disorders, and therefore should not be used by anyone with an impaired immune system. Well, believe it or not the answer is likely spiritual.Hearing high-pitched frequencies is one sign of a spiritual awakening. As you lift your own personal vibrations you become more attuned to higher planetary and celestial vibrations.
Often this results in a physical manifestation like lightheadedness, tingling skin or more commonly ringing in the ears.Ringing in the ears can also be a signal from spirit guides or other non-physical beings. Since it’s difficult for them to dial in to our dense physical vibration, they try to connect with us through other means.
Other times they try to reach us directly through our own bodies—and the ears are a convenient way for them to do so.
So if your hearing those high sounds, it could be a message from the spirit world.Signals of the ShiftHearing high-pitched frequencies is also something like an announcement for the upcoming spiritual shift. Without getting too scientific, as we get closer we are slowly traveling further into the photon belt which means photon energy is increasing and raising our planetary and personal vibrations.
The ringing in the ears that you experience is considered a signal of this change happening.Many spiritual experts also claim that as we go through this shift we will experience a DNA upgrade. Additional strands will be activated and maybe we’ll really find out what all that junk DNA is for!
The high-pitched frequencies are just part of the upgrading process taking place.Managing the SoundsRuling out any medical issues, hearing the ringing or high-pitched sounds is a sign of connecting with the higher vibratory realms. Since the earth is going through the spiritual changes along with us, simply chanting “Om” can help you and the planet resonate together and deal with the noise. Meditation can also help you by reducing any stress caused by these sounds.Remember if you’re hearing these high-pitched frequencies, you’re definitely not alone.



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