carrot


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carrots

contain large amounts of beta carotene; favourable for eye disorders and lung troubles; good for skin rashes; a multi-healer

TASTE: Sweet

ELEMENT: Earth




carrot

Nutritional value:

rich in vitamin A, contains vitamins B, C, and E

contain large doses of calcium which is good for hair and nails

rich in potassium, sulphur, sodium, phosphorus and iron

Did you know?

In oriental healing carrots are the food for the liver. The sense organ related to the liver is the eyes. Carrots are always best eaten raw because the minerals and vitamins they contain are destroyed in cooking. The high content of beta carotene makes carrots especially valuable for sufferers of diseases of the mucous membranes, the lungs and the skin. One carrot a day is a healthy supplement, especially for smokers.

Natural therapeutic effects:: anthelmintic, carminative, diuretic, stimulant

Beneficial in the treatment of:

bulletfailing eyesight

bulletdeteriorating complexion

bulletunhealthy skin, hair and nails

bulletcolds

bulletdiarrhoea - also in infants

bulletderangements of liver and biliary digestion

bulletnervous conditions

bulletanaemia

bulletulcerous conditions

bulletjaundice

bulletcancer, especially of the lungs and pancreas