Blue: The Color
Healing, Relaxation, Loyalty and Trust
Blue light slows down energy, so it is good for relaxation purposes. Experiments have shown that blue light slows down the growth of inflammation (not surprising since inflammation is red). Blue is often used to for migraine headaches and to ease the complications of asthma. It also is used as a sleeping aid and to reduce fear. Blue relates to the left eye, nose, ears, lower brain, and nervous system. It also influences vision and seeing the way ahead.
Blue individuals are very conservative, trustworthy, and loyal. However, if their blue energy is not balanced, they can become very tiresome.
Do you have a blue
1. Do you have pale blue or
2. Does your skin have a "cool" undertone (as opposted to a pink or yellow/brown tone)?
3. Do you find you often get depressed?
4. Do you suffer from anemia, lung problems, or cold hands and feet?
5. Are you generally quiet and introverted?
If you scored 0-1, your blue color
was probably under-energized at birth.
If you scored 2-3, you have inherited a balance of blue color energy from your parents.
If you scored 4-5, you have a blue color predisposition.
Balancing of both blue and green energy is accomplished by the addition of some red.
Red foods are:
cranberries, damsons, raspberries, red apples, red cherries, redcurrants, red plums, rhubarb, rosehips, strawberries, watermelon, aduki beans, black-eyed peas, red kidney beans, red lentils, beetroot, eggplant, Jerusalem artichoke, mustard and cress, radishes, red cabbage, red chilies, red peppers, red-skinned onions and potatoes, red peppers, sea vegetables (red and black varieties), spinach (green with red stems), tomatoes, watercress, and any vegetable containing iron, such as horseradish or parsley.
Red herbs include: cayenne, hibiscus flowers, mint, mustard, peppermint, thyme, black, white, and red pepper, ginger, nettles, rosemary.
Red herb teas include: bergamot flower, raspberry, rosehip, hibiscus flower
If you have too much blue energy, blue food colorings and additives should also be avoided. They are FD&C blue no. 1, and FD&C blue no. 2. The names of these are sometimes brilliant blue FCF, indigo carmine, indigotine, or patent blue V. These are coal tar dyes which when combined with tartrazine can color foods green. Watch out for canned processed peas. The dyes can give a blue color when put in candy, cookies, and convenience foods.
To find out more about how color energy
works, go to Does
to see which essential ils are right for your color type.
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