Monday, July 9, 2012

Fruits and vegetables and human organs

The ancient "Teaching of footnotes" is an old medieval manuscript-book, Ottoman and European researchers about the botany and treatments of various diseases using herbs. The whole study is based on the books of ancient Greek, Dioscorides, Galen and Theophrastus, reported the therapeutic properties of herbs .... and their application in medicine. The "Teaching of footnotes" deliberately ignored, degraded and silenced.
The manuscript-book states that each fruit and vegetable has a certain appearance (pattern - shape) resembles one of the organs of our body, and that this model serves as a signal or message that says that similar fruit or vegetable will benefit our similar body.
Modern science confirms that the ancient "Teaching of footnotes" is surprisingly accurate. Why this, so vital, knowledge remains hidden???

The Red Beans (Kidney beans) (Kidney = Nefro) can actually heal and help maintain proper kidney function - they look just like the human kidneys.

The nut: looks like a little brain, a left and a right hemisphere, the upper and lower brain and cerebellum. Even the wrinkles or folds on the nut are just like our cerebral cortex. We now know that walnuts help develop the brain and brain function.

The carrot: The profiles of carrot looks like the human eye. The daughter, iris and radiating lines look just like the human eye. Science admits today that carrots greatly enhance blood flow to the eyes and enhance general eye function.

The Celery: looks like bones. Celery is specifically aimed at strengthening and bone strength. Bones are made with 23% sodium and that food-vegetable contains 23% sodium. (Coincidence?? ;) If you do not have enough sodium in your diet, your body pulls from the bones, making them weak. The sodium foods such as celery with necessary supplies, the skeletal needs of the body.

The Avocado: seeking health and proper functioning of the uterus and cervix of the woman who looks exactly like the bodies of women during pregnancy. Avocados help female hormones come into balance, to shed unwanted weight after birth, and prevention of cancer of the cervix. It takes exactly nine months to grow an avocado from blossom to be transformed into mature fruit. Coincidence???

Figs: simulating the testes and are full of seeds and hang in twos when they grow up. Figs increase the mobility of male (+) spermatozoa (the secret to you boys?? ;), And also increase the number of sperm for help to overcome male sterility.

The mushroom: If you cut a mushroom in the middle we see that resembles the human ear. Mushrooms, has been found that can help improve hearing, as yet, mushrooms are one of the few foods that contain vitamin D. This vitamin is important for healthy bones, which strengthens even the tiny bones inside the ear which transmit sound to the brain.

Grapes: The lungs are composed of "branches" airway led to increasingly finer ducts which end in tiny bundles of tissue called alveoli. These cells, which resemble bunches of grapes, allowing oxygen to pass through the lungs into the blood. A diet high in fresh fruits such as grapes (stafylotherapeia) has been shown to reduce the risk of lung cancer and emphysema. The grape seeds also contain a chemical called proanthocyanidin, which appears to reduce the severity of allergic asthma.

Ginger (ginger): This is usually sold in supermarkets, and it seems that often the outside appearance resembles the stomach. So interesting is that one of the biggest advantages is the facilitation of digestion. The Chinese use it for over 2,000 years, to calm the stomach and to treat nausea and is also a popular treatment for diseases, disabilities.

The Sweet Potatoes: Sweet potatoes look like the pancreas and actually balance the glycemic bring index of diabetics.

The Olives: Olives assist in good health and proper functioning of the ovaries, because they resemble