The pericardium is a protective sac lining the heart from a physiological and scientific perspective. It protects the heart and provides nutrients to it with the fluid it produces. This isn’t the only function of its existence for it has long been believed that the pericardium protects the heart from the various emotions other organs generate in order to communicate with our conscious self to make proper decisions to achieve balance in our life. In fact, the role of all the pleura and the rest of the serous membranes is often undermined in the medical community and the side effects of cutting through it during necessary operations is very much overlooked. When treating the pericardium with plant medicine and mineral substances it is important to keep in mind that these medicinals very much have a strong effect on all serous membranes. This is the key to treating a wide range of diseases that include anything from pneumothoraces, pleural effusions, plural tumors to pericarditis, among other ill conditions.
Using substances such as Lovage, Tansy, Beupleurum, Sage, Hawthorn, and Haematite to heal the pericardium, pleura, and other serous membranes is easy once you understand that healing is an ancient art that requires a spiritual understanding of medicine as well as mastering the use of science as nothing but a basic tool.
Until that time, you might want to dedicate a long time and money to a recognized institution of phytotheraputic studies or you will severely damage someone’s immune system to the point of death.
There is a certified clinical herbalist who recently posted a picture of what he thought to be wormwood, on Instagram. Luckily he mixed it up with a relatively safe herb; Mugwort, so he didn’t poison himself but this is just one example of how an education doesn’t necessarily guarantee an understanding of Holistic medicine. It is an art and you have to have a spiritual understanding of it as well a creative mindset.
I don’t know what is worse at this moment of our time… Experimenting with cheap chemicals on desperate patients or using a dry scientific mindset in the application of natural medicine.
Either way, should you consider yourself or find someone artistically approaching medicine while at the same time be wise enough to know that being a doctor means forever being a scholar/student… You’ve struck a pot of gold. Add years of experience to the mix and you got platinum or some other rare and beautiful substance.
In conclusion, this blog post turned out to be about a totally different subject than what I intended. Anyway, never condone extremism but try to utilize the educated experience of all sides. How else would balance be achieved for is not balance in the same boat as equilibrium? You know, the state our body constantly tries to achieve?
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