Vegetables, Fruits, Herbs and Spices 1

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The type of food we put in our mouth determines the overall health of every cell, tissue and organ in our body. The food we eat can either help us or do us harm.

The right combination of fruits and Vegetables can go a long to keep our entire body healthy, simply by juicing these fruits and vegetables in the right proportion.

Juicing Fruits and Vegetables is the best way to get the full amount of nutrients and vitamins we need on a daily basis.

Best Daily-Required Supply Of Nutrients

Nutritionist agree that consuming fresh pressed organic vegetable and fruit juice is necessary for healthy living, not store-bought bottled juices on supermarket shelves.

With juice drinks obtained from fresh fruits and vegetables, we can obtain our daily-required supply of nutrients.

If drinking vegetables and fruits juice on a consistent basis leaves you gassy, it could be that you are combining ingredients that do not work well together with your body system,

or your body is trying to adjust to some new foods. Thus, try eliminating one ingredient at a time to learn what works best for you.

Mixing Fruits and Vegetables for Juicing

Although there is controversy among experts about mixing fruits and vegetables for juicing, with the exception of apples, which are said to mix well with every other fruits and vegetables.

Some argued that fruits and vegetables digest differently, implying that mixing them together can cause digestive issues like gas and fermentation;

Fermentation occur when food sits undigested in the stomach due to lack of stomach acid. While some are of the opinion that when juicing fruits together with vegetables,

which include leafy greens, celery, cucumber, and non-starchy vegetables, the fruits and vegetables get neutralized, balancing the stomach acid. Since juicing separates out the fiber,

therefore allowing the body to easily assimilate the nutrients in the juice, mixing food types might not be a problem for most people.

Also, some said that the best way to combine and consume fruits and vegetables is by keeping the fruit whole and not separating out the fiber, because the fiber neutralizes the finished drink and aids in digestion.

Recommended Amount of Fiber for Our Body

Public Health recommends 14 grams of fiber for every 1,000 calories of food, daily, according to the Harvard School of Public Health.

A green blended smoothie will supply the body with 12 or more grams of fiber for a 16-ounce drink.

All vegetables can be consumed together, but for optimal digestion, it’s best not to eat protein and starches together. Protein blends well with non-starchy vegetables.

Non-starchy vegetables are beet greens, bok choy, broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, celery, chard, collards, cucumber, dandelion, endive, escarole, fennel, garlic, kale, kohlrabi, lettuce, parsley, radishes, spinach, sprouts, yellow squash, sweet peppers, swill chard, watercress, and zucchini.

While mildly starchy vegetables include beets, carrots, sweet potatoes, and peas.

Vegetables and fruits serve a great purpose, as they contain different vitamins and nutrients. Juicing them or eating a variety of these foods will help the body maintain a healthy living.

It is therefore important to know the Vitamins, Minerals, Protein and healing power of some selected vegetables, fruits, herbs and spices.

Fresh Apple


This fruit is a perfect sweetener as apples are low on the glycemic index, controlling insulin levels because they release sugars into the bloodstream slowly.

Apples are known to reduce intestinal disorders, diverticulitis and some types of cancers. Apples can aid in detoxifying and removing heavy metals from our bodies such as lead and mercury.

Apple contain vitamins A and C, phosphorus, iron flavonoids, and calcium.

Angelica Archangelica

Angelica Plant

Angelica archangelica is known as Angelica root or master root or archangel, the root and essential oil of this herb is mostly utilized for exorcism and protection, master root is associated with the Archangel Michael, vanquisher of the wicked.

The energy of the root, when burned, can also be used to provide visions of one’s Holy Guardian Angel and one’s proper karmic path.

Angelica Root and Heartburn

Angelica root has long been associations with healing: Angelica is used for heartburn, intestinal gas (flatulence), loss of appetite (anorexia), arthritis, circulation problems, “runny nose” (respiratory catarrh), nervousness, plague, sleeping (insomnia).

Health benefits of Angelica: Menstrual Period, Urine Production and Sex Drive

Angelica can also help some women start their menstrual periods. Sometimes, this is done to cause an abortion.

It can be used to increase urine production, boost sex drive (In combination with other herbs, angelica is also used for treating premature ejaculation),

stimulate the production and secretion of phlegm, and kill germs. Angelica can be applied directly to the skin for nerve pain called neuralgia, joint pain (rheumatism), and skin disorders.

Angelica Stem

Stomach Upset

Angelica is very potent in treating upset stomach (dyspepsia), when it is combine with five other herbs.

In combination, this herbs can help in not only treating upset stomach, but in acid re-flux, stomach pain, cramping, nausea, and vomiting.

They includes angelica, peppermint leaf, clown’s mustard plant, German chamomile, caraway, licorice, milk thistle, celandine, and lemon balm.

Study also shows that a combination of Panax ginseng root, angelica root, Cistanches deserticola, Zanthoxyl species, torlidis seed, clove flower, asiasari root, cinnamon bark, and toad venom help prevent premature ejaculation when applied directly to the skin of the penis.

Balm of Gilead

Balm of Gilead

The balm of Gilead (Commiphora opobalsamum) also known as balsam, poplar buds, or Mecca balsam. The buds of this herb exude a sticky, sweet-smelling resin that is used to anoint in blessing. 

Balm of Gilead is mentioned in the Old Testament (Holy Bible) as an amazing healer, and legend has it that the Queen of Sheba made a gift of the balm of Gilead tree to King Solomon, thus bringing it to Judea.  

Balm of Gilead Fruits

Balm of Gilead has been widely used throughout history for a number of health conditions, due to its powerful antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, and anti-fungal properties, amongst others.

It is gotten from fresh poplar or cottonwood buds. The fresh buds bleed or leak the resinous Balm of Gilead, where it can be collected, processed, and applied for a number of purposes.

Balm of Gilead: Sunburn, Arthritis and Skin inflammation

As an anti-Inflammatory; Balm of Gilead is prepared and used as a topical ointment or salve on inflamed areas of the skin.

Acting in a similar way to aloe when applied to sunburn, it can quickly suck out the heat and itchiness due to the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory compounds found in its powerful oil extract.

Also, when it is applied to areas affected by arthritis, it can reduce inflammation, effectively eliminating the pain.

Balm of Gilead: Eczema and Scaling on the skin like thick red patches

leaf of Balm of Gilead

As anti-bacterial: The antibacterial properties of Balm of Gilead mean that it can quickly clear up skin infections or irritations, such as eczema, psoriasis(a chronic autoimmune condition that causes the rapid buildup of skin cells causing scaling on the skin’s surface. Scales are whitish-silver and develop in thick, red patches), and even eliminating the appearance of scars and blemishes. Applied between the toes it can eradicate fungus.  For insect bites, it can be rubbed on the affected area for rapid healing and pain relief.

The analgesic quality of Balm of Gilead can be used on the temples and neck as well, if you suffer from headaches or migraines and burning the balm of Gilead bud assists in spirit manifestation in séances(A meeting where people try to talk with dead people).



Bananas can help balance mood swings because its contain vitamin B. They also contain vitamin C, potassium, and magnesium.

Bananas are good for smoothies and milkshakes, and can mask the taste of bitter greens, and are high in natural digestible sugar.

Banana is rich in fiber, both soluble and insoluble, and high fiber fruits are said to be good for the heart.

Base on a study done by University of Leeds in UK, increasing the consumption of fiber-rich foods such as bananas can lower the risk of both cardiovascular disease and coronary heart disease.

It is a known fact that high salt intake is one of the major reasons to high blood pressure.

Thus, because bananas have low salt content and high potassium content, and these properties contribute to making it an ideal for those undergoing this condition.

We encourage you to talk to your Doctor before you add it your diet.

Also, because of the high iron content in bananas, this property makes it good for those suffering from anaemia.

A condition where there is a decrease in the number of red blood cells or haemoglobin in the blood, resulting to frequent fatigue, shortness of breath, and paleness.

Black Cohosh

Black cohosh

The root of black cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosa) is used effectively in Philters (A drink supposed to arouse love and desire for a particular person in the drinker; a love potion),

Condensers, and Elixirs (usually a liquid with a magical power to cure or improve) for physical healing. Steeped in red wine or added to the bath, black cohosh also known as black snakeroot adds fertility by helping to alleviate impotence.

Please don’t confuse black cohosh with blue cohosh or white cohosh. These are unrelated plants. The blue and white cohosh plants do not have the same effects as black cohosh.

Black Cohosh root and inflammation

Black Cohosh Plant

It was first used for medicinal purposes by Native American Indians and became a popular treatment for women’s health issues in Europe in the mid-1950s.

Black cohosh root contains several chemical compound, some of these chemicals work on the immune system and might affect the body’s defenses against diseases.

These chemicals in the Black cohosh root might help the body to reduce inflammation, other might work in nerves and in the brain. These chemicals might work similar to another chemical in the human brain called serotonin.

Scientists call this type of chemical a neurotransmitter because it helps the human brain send messages to other parts of the body.

Black Cohosh and Menopause

For Women menopause, Black cohosh root have some effects similar to the female hormone, estrogen. Black cohosh help to regulate the effects of estrogen in women.

Research shows that taking 120 mg per day of black cohosh extract plus 150 mg of clomiphene citrate (20-40 milligram tablets of a standardized extract taken twice a day) can increase pregnancy rates in infertile women compared to clomiphene citrate alone,

Or taking 120 mg of black cohosh with 150 mg of clomiphene citrate results in pregnancy rates that are similar to those found when clomiphene citrate is taken with another fertility drug.

Please consult your Doctor before consuming black cohosh

Note; Some experts say that no one should take black cohosh for more than six months at a time.

Leaves of Black Cohosh

Although, evidence concerning the benefit of black cohosh for treating or preventing osteoporosis (a condition of weak and brittle bones) is conflicting.

Some study shows that taking a product containing 40 mg of black cohosh (Remifemin, Schaper & Brümmer) for 3 months improves bone formation and reduces the breakdown of bone,

and another study shows that taking a different product containing 40 mg of black cohosh extract (CR BNO 1055, Klimadynon/Menofem, Bionorica AG) for 3 months increases markers of bone formation in postmenopausal women.

While another research shows that taking this black cohosh product does not improve bone mineral density.

Possible Side Effects of Black Cohosh

When black cohosh is taken by mouth( which safe to eat), there is possibly side effect like stomach upset, cramping, headache, rash, a feeling of heaviness, vaginal spotting and weight gain.

Black cohosh may be associated with liver damage. It is not known for sure if black cohosh actually causes liver damage. Researchers are studying this. Until more is known, people who take black cohosh should watch for symptoms of liver damage.

Red clover (trifolium pratense)

Part used: flower

Red Clover as Blood Cleanser

Red clover is an unequaled blood cleanser used for degenerative diseases and specifically for cancers of the lymphatic system and bloodstream.

Red clover is capable of relaxing spasms and can help release water retention and induce sweating when needed. Its red flower gives a huge clue to its blood-cleansing capabilities.

Lung and Cervical Cancer

They are of interest to the medical community due to their chemo-preventive or anti-carcinogenic properties.

According to Oxford Journal: Carcinogenesis, cloves may be helpful in controlling lung cancer at its early stages.

 Research also suggests that oleanolic acid present in cloves provides antitumor activity, while another study showed that eugenol found in cloves has anticancer potential against cervical cancer

Cloves and Human Liver

Cloves are rich in antioxidants, which are ideal for protecting the organs from the effects of free radicals, especially in the liver.  

Metabolism, in the long run, increases free radical production and lipid profile, while decreasing the antioxidants in the liver.

Clove extracts are a helpful component in counteracting these effects with its hepatoprotective properties.



Bloodroot (also known as redroot, king root, or tetterwork) can be added to an Herbal Amulet or carried by itself, bloodroot protects and brings order out of chaos.

Used in a Philtre and applied only externally to afflicted body parts, bloodroot is excellent for health.

Long used to get rid of warts, a bloodroot wash is also very effective to stop the production of tumor cells.

They can be applied directly to the skin around wounds to remove dead tissue and help promote healing, in the mid-1800s, bloodroot extracts were applied to the skin as part of the Fell Technique for treatment of breast tumors.

Bloodroot: Gum Swelling and Dental Bleeding

Bloodroot contains chemicals that helps in fighting bacteria, inflammation, and plaque.

Brushing teeth with a specific toothpaste containing it and zinc chloride

(mouth rinse containing bloodroot extract and zinc chloride for 2 weeks following usual periodontitis treatment reduces gum swelling and bleeding)

Or toothpaste containing bloodroot, zinc chloride, and fluoride can help to reduce dental plaque.

A bloodroot mouthwash after a professional tooth cleaning seems to slow the regrowth of dental plaque.

Also, using a bloodroot toothpaste and rinsing with bloodroot mouthwash can also help to prevent plaque development in teenagers wearing orthodontic devices.



Berries are small in size,but they are mighty giants loaded with antioxidants.

Many fruits and vegetables contain some antioxidants, but berries are high enough in them to help your body fight oxidative stress caused by free radicals.

Eating berries regularly can improve your skin and hair, and prevent many diseases.

Berries: Cataract, Cholesterol and Age

The powerful antioxidants in berries can help prevent memory loss, anti-inflammatory, aid in joint flexibility, and may be helpful in reducing the risk of cataracts, macular degeneration, and arthritis.

Eating berries regularly can help lower cholesterol and blood pressure. Their folate and fiber can aid in weight loss. Strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries are powerful food to eat often.

The antioxidant and phytochemicals in these berries may prevent or reverse some effects of aging, even diabetes and some types of cancer. People with diverticulitis and IBS may experience discomfort after eating berries because of the tiny seeds.

Organically grown berries are the best for optimal healthy purposes because most grown berries are sprayed with pesticides to control fungus. Strawberries and blueberries can carry as much as 50 percent pesticide residue, which cannot be washed off.


Christian Day, Salem Warlock, proprietor of Hex, and co-founder of The Festival of the Dead

Ivo Dominguez, Jr. author of Spirit Speak, Beneath the Skins, and Castings:

Maya Heath, author of Magical Oils by Moonlight and Ceridwen’s Handbook of Incense Oils and Candles

Orion Foxwood, author of The Tree of Enchantment

Rev. Paul V. Beryl, author of The Master Book of Herbalism

The Creation of Sacred Space

Secret for superpower Memory Part 1

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The Greeks so worshiped memory that they made a goddess out of her- Mnemosyne. It was her name from which was derived the current word mnemonics, used to describe memory techniques.

In Greek and Roman times, senators would learn these techniques in order to impress other politicians and the public with their phenomenal powers of learning and memory, with these simple but sophisticated methods, the Romans were able to remember without fault thousands of items, including statistics relating to their empire, and became the rulers of their time.

Before the discovery of the physiological breakdown of brain functions in the left and right hemispheres by scientist, the Greeks had intuitively realized that there are two underlying principles that ensure perfect memory: imagination and association.  

Brief History of Memory

The exact date when and where the first integrated ideas on memory arose can’t be precisely stated. However, the first sophisticated concepts can be attributed to the Greeks, some 600 BC.

These ‘sophisticated’ ideas were surprisingly naive, especially since some of the men proposing they are numbered among the greatest thinkers the world has ever known.

In sixth century BC, Parmenides thought of memory as being a mixture of light and dark or heat and cold. He believed that as long as any given mixture remained unstirred, the memory would be perfect. As soon as the mixture was altered, forgetting occurred.

Diogenes of Apollonia advanced a different theory, in the fifth century BC. He suggested that memory was a process that consisted of events producing an equal distribution of air in the body, just Like Parmenides, he thought that when this equilibrium was disturbed, forgetting would occur.

In the fourth century BC, the first person to introduce a really major idea in the field of memory was Plato. His theory is known as the Wax Tablet Hypothesis and is still accepted by some people today, although there is growing disagreement.

He said that the mind accepted impressions in the same way that wax becomes marked when a pointed object is applied to its surface.

Plato assumed that once the impression had been made, it remained until it wore away with time, leaving a smooth surface once again.

This smooth surface was, of course, what Plato considered to be equivalent to complete forgetting – the opposite aspect of the same process.

Shortly after Plato, Zeno the Stoic slightly modified Plato’s ideas, suggesting that sensations actually ‘wrote’ impressions on the wax tablet. Like the Greeks before him, when Zeno referred to the mind and its memory, he did not place it in any particular organ or section of the body.

To him as to the Greeks, ‘mind’ was a very unclear concept. The first man to introduce a more scientific terminology was Aristotle, in the late fourth century BC.

He maintained that the language previously used was not adequate to explain the physical aspects of memory.

In applying his new language Aristotle attributed to the heart most of the functions that we now attribute to the brain.

Part of the heart’s function, he realized, was concerned with the blood, and he felt that memory was based on the blood’s movements. He thought that forgetting was the result of a gradual slowing down of these movements.

Furthermore, Aristotle made another important contribution to the subject of memory when he introduced his laws of association of ideas. The concept of association of ideas and images is now known to be of major importance to memory.

Also, in the third century before Christ, Herophilus introduced ‘vital’ and ‘animal’ spirits to the discussion. He thought that the vital, or ‘higher order’, spirits produced the ‘lower order’ animal spirits, which are the memory, the brain and the nervous system.

He concluded that man’s superiority over animals was the large number of creases in his brain; these creases are now known as the convolutions of the cortex.

 He, however, offered no reason for his conclusion until more than 2000 years later, that the real importance of the cortex was discovered.

Greeks were the first to seek a physical as opposed to a spiritual basis for memory; they developed scientific concepts and a language structure that helped the development of these concepts; and they contributed the Wax Tablet Hypothesis, which suggested that memory and forgetting were opposite aspects of the same process.

The next major contributor to memory theory was done by Galen in the second century AD. He was able to locate and delineate various anatomical and physiological structures and made further investigations into the function and structure of the nervous system.

He also assumed that memory and mental processes were part of the lower order of animal spirits. He thought that these spirits were manufactured in the sides of the brain and that, consequently, memory was seated there.

Galen thought that air was sucked into the brain and mixed with the vital spirits. This mixture produced animal spirits that were pushed down through the nervous system, enabling humans to experience sensation.

His ideas on memory were rapidly accepted and condoned by the church making his ideas doctrine, and as a result little progress was made in the field for 1500 years.

However, in the nineteenth century, some important advances occurred by reasons of development of science in Germany. Many of the ideas initiated by the Greeks were overthrown.

Modern Theory of Memory

Georg Prochaska, a Czech physiologist, finally and irrevocably rejected the age-old idea of animal spirits and others because no scientific basis to support them.

He said ‘Spatial localization may be possible,’ he said, ‘but we just do not know enough at the moment to make it a useful idea.’ It was not for some fifty years that localizing the area of memory function became a useful pursuit.

Another major theory in the nineteenth century was presented by a French physiologist, who ‘locate’ the memory in every part of the brain.

 He said that the brain acted as a whole and could not be considered as the interaction of elementary parts.

superpower Memory

Nowadays, memory research had advance because of advances in technology and methodology, such that psychologists and other thinkers in this field agree that memory is located in the cerebrum, which is the large area of the brain covering the surface of the cortex,

but the exact ‘localization’ of memory areas in this part of the brain is proving a difficult task, as is the accurate understanding of the function of memory itself.

Modern theory and research are divided into three main areas:

  1. Work on establishing a biochemical basis for memory
  2. Theories suggesting that memory can no longer be considered as a single process but must be broken down into divisions and
  3. The clinical surgeon Wilder Penfield’s work on brain stimulation.

Ribonucleic acid (RNA) and Memory

The biochemical basis for memory was initiated in the late 1950s. This theory suggests that RNA (ribonucleic acid), a complex molecule, serves as a chemical mediator for memory, which is produced by the substance DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid), which is responsible for our genetic inheritance.

Many research on RNA lend support to the idea that RNA does indeed have a lot to do with the way in which we remember things.

Experiment showed that when RNA was taken from one rat and injected into another, the second rat ‘remembered’ things that he had never been taught but that the first rat had.

Why do I Forget Things?

On theories, theorists are saying that we should stop emphasizing ‘memory’ and concentrate more on the study of ‘forgetting’. Their position is that we do not so much remember as gradually forget.

Encompassing this idea is the duplex theory of remembering and forgetting. Stating that there are two different kinds of information retention: long-term and short term.

The short-term situation is one in which the idea is ‘in’ the brain but has not yet been properly coded and is therefore more readily forgotten.

In the long-term situation the idea has been completely coded, filed and stored, and it will probably remain there for years, if not for life.

Brain Stimulation

Doctor Wilder Penfield initiated direct brain stimulation by performing craniotomies which involves removal of a small section of the brain in order to reduce epileptic attacks,

and before operation, Penfield conducted a systematic electrical stimulation of the open brain, and the patient, who remained conscious, reported his experience after each stimulation.

To his amazement he observed that when he stimulated certain individual brain cells (the temporal lobe of the brain), his patients were suddenly recalling experiences from their past.

The patients emphasized that it was not simple memory, but that they actually were reliving the entire experience, including smells, noises, colors, movement, tastes. These experiences ranged from a few hours before the experimental session to as much as forty years earlier.

Penfield suggested that hidden within each brain cell or cluster of brain cells lies a perfect store of every event of our past and that if we could find the right stimulus we could replay the entire film.

The Power of Your Memory

Also, a Russian journalist referred to as Russian S (The Mind of a Mnemonist, by A. R. Luria)attended an editorial meeting, and it was noted to the consternation of others that he was not taking notes.

When pressed to explain why he wasn’t taking notes, the explanation that he gave for not taking notes himself was that he could remember what the editor was saying, so what was the point? Upon being challenged, ‘S’ reproduced the entire speech, word for word, sentence for sentence, and inflection for inflection.

After thirty years, he was to be tested and examined by Alexander Luria, Russia’s leading psychologist and expert on memory. Luria confirmed that ‘ S ‘ was in no way abnormal but that his memory was indeed perfect.

Luria also stated that at a very young age ‘S’ had ‘stumbled upon’ the basic mnemonic principles and that they had become part of his natural functioning. ‘S’ was not unique.

The history of education, medicine and psychology is dotted with similar cases of perfect memorizers. In every instance, their brains were found to be normal, and in every instance they had, as young children, ‘discovered’ the basic principles of their memory’s function.

Parts and functions of The Brain

Professor Roger Sperry received the Nobel Prize for discovering the physiological sections of the brain. Sperry discovered that each one of us has a brain that is divided into two physiological sections, each dealing with different mental functions. Showing that, in most of us, the left side of the brain deals with the following areas:

Parts and Functions of the Brain
  1. Logic
  2. Language
  3. Number
  4. sequencing and linearity
  5. analysis

While the right side of the brain deals with the following mental functions:

  1. Rhythm and music
  2. Imagination
  3. Daydreaming
  4. Color and Dimension

How can I remember anything?

Most of us are actively discouraged from using our imaginative abilities, and consequently learn very little about the nature of mental association,  which is pretty simply, if you want to remember anything, all you have to do is to associate (link) it with some known or fixed item , calling upon your imagination throughout.

The brain records every item to which it pays conscious attention and that this record is basically permanent, although it may be ‘forgotten’ in day-to-day living.

 Keys for superpower Memory

Mnemonic Techniques

‘Mnemonics’ or Memory Techniques is a system of ‘memory codes’ that enabled people to remember perfectly whatever it was they wished to remember.

these techniques have shown that if a person scores 9 out of 10 when using such a technique, that same person will score 900 out of 1000, 9000 out of 10,000,  and so on.

These techniques help us to delve into that phenomenal storage capacity we have and to pull out whatever it is that we need.

The Greeks belief that in order to remember well, you have to use every aspect of your mind, to do this well, you must include in your associated and linked mental landscape in the following ways:

Colour: Colours can improve your memory capacity by 50%. The more colour you use, the better your memory capacity.

Imagination power: Imagination is the powerhouse of your memory. The more vividly you can imagine, the more easily you will remember.

Rhythm: rhythm and variation of rhythm in your mental mind, can improve your memory.

Movement: Moving objects are easily remembered better than still ones. So, as often as possible, try to make your mental images move.

Sense organs: tasting, touching, smelling, seeing, hearing. The more you can involve all your senses in your memory image, the more you will remember it.

For example, if you have to remember that you have to buy bitter Kola, you stand a far better chance of not forgetting your task if you can actually imagine the taste of bitter kola as you touch it with your hands, bite into it with your mouth and taste it, see it as it is approaching your face, and hear yourself munching it.

Sex. Sex is one of our strongest drives, and if you apply this aspect of drive to your magnificent daydreaming ability, your memory will improve.

Sequencing and Ordering. Imagination alone is not enough for memory. Thus, in order to function well, your mind needs order and sequence. So as to categorize and structure things in such a way as to make them more easily accessible and easier retrieval of information.

Number. In orderto make ordering and sequencing easier, it is often advisable to use numbers.

Dimension. The right-brain has ability to picture mages in 3-D.

Key Image Word to remembering things

A ‘Key Memory Word’ is the constant hook on which the reader will hang other items he or she wishes to remember. This Key Memory Word is specifically designed to be an ‘Image Word’ that must produce a picture or image in the mind of the person using the memory system.

In using the mnemonic systems to remembering things, you will realize the importance of being sure that the pictures you build in your mind contain only the items you want to remember, and those items must be associated with or connected to Key Memory Images.

The connections between your basic Memory System. Images and the things you wish to remember should be as fundamental and uncomplicated as possible.

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What is the Meaning of Memory Loss

Memory Loss or Neuro-cognitive disorders or simply called Dementia,  is a state of health where the performance of simple tasks like dressing appropriately, washing up, recalling past and completing things that was completed by self becomes difficult to do because of forgetfulness.

Dementia can affect memory attention, learning, language, perception and cognition.  Dementia is characterized by the loss of memory and other intellectual abilities that is severely enough to impede the activity of daily life.

Human Memory is a fixed set of sequencing neural networks in the brain, with a view to encode, store and consequently recall information and past experiences.

A healthy brain requires an enormous supply of neuro-transmitters with a view to process thoughts and emotions to complete capacity.

The right balance of neurotransmitters to function is also the major concern of brain.

However, there are certain factors that limit the functioning of the brain, these factors include:

  1. AGING

Increasing age of the world’s population leads to a high number of people suffering from cognitive disorders especially dementia. The chances of developing dementia increase as we get older, but in early life, it is possible to develop dementia.


Nowadays scientists know that memory loss is not only  associated with getting old alone but Alcohol, Drug Addiction, Antianxiety Drugs, Antidepressant Drugs, Sleeping Aids, Chronic Cigarette Smoking, Severe Stress or Depression, Vitamin B12 Deficiency, Head injuries and illnesses  are causative agents of memory loss.

In addition to this, many people don’t understand that many commonly used and prescribed medicines can interfere with learning and memory process.


It is clearly verified that commonly used drugs as well as prescribed medicines are intensely connected with the risk of memory loss.

That’s why younger and older population live their life within the risk of neurocognitive disorders.

Since medications are taken to save life, we will take the medicine; however, Medical Doctors should be aware of the dosage and the side effects to the brain.

In addition, there are only five ways to get anything into the brain, and that is through sight, sound, smell, touch, and taste.

When you utilize your senses, you experience more of life and you remember more.

Our senses help us mentally recreate our world. If you train your senses you will be using more of your brain, and if you learn to engage as many of your senses as you can then you will automatically improve your memory.

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