Author: Oranum Psychic AlyciaRose

The Spiritual Use of Incense

The energies of scents The use of incense and scented oils goes back to antiquity for the purposes of attraction, devotion, magic, and medical use. It creates aromatic, fragrant atmosphere both indoors and outside. Incense throughout history has been deeply intertwined with religious ceremonies and medicine. Scents create chemical reactions within the body; they stimulate the brain and the nervous system through the olfactory nerves. It can affect the mental state, invigorate us, reduce anxiety and help relaxation. Scents have energies and properties of their own, and serve for other purposes than healing or balancing our mood. Rose, as an example, is a legendary symbol of love and is an ingredient used in love incenses. Incense can create a setting, a vibration, and a mood for magical things to happen. Obtain hidden information from your psyche with the help of a psychic! You can create your own incenses, or purchase pre-made ones, but make sure they are composed of natural ingredients rather than synthetic ones. Besides being healthier and free of chemicals, natural incense has …

Chamomile: An Ancient Herb Natural Remedies III

Chamomile, a member of the daisy family It includes many species that are spread all over the world Europe, Asia, North Africa, the United Kingdom, the Mediterranean, and the United States. Chamomile is an ancient herb, hieroglyphic records show that chamomile was used for at least 2,000 years in Egypt, and was affiliated with their sun god Ra. Their early physicians used chamomile tea for fevers, stress and restlessness, and noblewomen used crushed petals on their skin. Ancient Greeks, Romans, and Indians used this herb to treat ailments of the kidneys, liver, and bladder. Chamomile is also one of the ‘Nine Sacred Herbs’ of an ancient Anglo-Saxon manuscript, the Lacnunga. In the Middle Ages, chamomile was an ingredient listed in love potion recipes, and became associated with the devotion of St. Anne, mother of the Virgin Mary. Get a free trial for a PSYCHIC READING to get closer to the TRUTH! The origins The plants’s name derives from the Greek ‘kamai melon’, meaning ground apple, because when walked upon, it released a fragrance that smells like …

Natural remedies II – Herbs for High Blood Pressure

Herbs can indeed lower blood pressure and aid cardiovascular health. Recently, my own blood pressure began running high, likely caused by the current medication I am on because it is a common side effect. I tried one of the common medications, and found out I was highly allergic to that. So I decided I would turn to natural remedies before I tried medication again – which I can do because my condition is between pre-hypertensive and stage one hypertension. So I began exploring quite a few articles, and thought I should pass on the information. Be aware the effects may not take place right away, as supplements may take weeks or months to produce true results. As for myself, the herbs and supplements I began taking started to work in just a few days – turmeric, cinnamon and garlic, even before I added several more to the list. Each herb treats a different aspect of high blood pressure, so pay attention to your symptoms and general health. As always, please consult your physician or naturopath …

7 Best Home Remedies for Cold and Flu – The Power of Nature Series, I

Prevention Naturally prevention is always better than the cure, but many of the same herbs that keep colds and flu away, will also help you get rid of it faster. Of course, once you have a cold or the flu the best advice is still “get plenty of rest, drink lots of fluid and take plenty of vitamin C”. As always, before treating yourself at home by using any of the suggested natural home remedies, you should consult your doctor first regarding any medical condition. Some herbs do react with certain medications. Grandma was right about drinking hot liquids since cold viruses reproduce best at temperatures slightly below normal body temperature. Hot herbal tea is just the thing to soothe a sore throat, decongest, and to relax a cough. A psychic can give you the exact insight you need. Chat with an expert today for FREE! GARLIC Garlic has been considered an herbal “wonder drug” since ancient times. It is one of the most powerful herbs in treating colds and infection since it has wide-ranged …

The Ancient Ogham Alphabet

Strong relationship with nature The ancient Celtic people had a strong affinity to nature in all its forms, and the Ogham alphabet is a good example of this, as each letter/symbol is connected with plants and trees. The letters themselves are called Feda, meaning ‘trees’ or ‘forked branches’ due to their shapes, and the letters are linked together by a solid line. A psychic can give you the AUTHENTIC READING you’ve always longed for. Look one up at Oranum today! These are to be read from bottom to top in an inscription. In Ogham’s simplest form there are twenty alphabetical symbols, each of these symbols represents a sacred tree, and each tree represents a different quality. According to an Irish Legend, Ogham was said to have been named after the Irish god of eloquence, Ogma, who created them. “That sacred tree whose bark I touched, whose leaves did tell to me, the ancient tales that made me sure my friend would come to me…” ~From the song, ‘Greatest Friend,’ by the Incredible String Band, Wee Tam …