Colors and their medicinal meanings

 Color therapists agree that each color is associated with one of the body's seven chakras, and that every color complements it. As Professor Dr. Norman Shelley says in the "Complete Illustrated Encyclopedia of Alternative Therapy Methods", a specific color or a group of complementary colors can be used to treat a disorder in the "chakra" centers or to treat a disease associated with an autosomal region associated with one of those "chakras".

Red is associated with the basal chakra (the lower spine between the hips). It stimulates vitality, vigor, sexual activity, willpower and degree of alertness. Red is used to treat anemia, fatigue, impotence, and hypoperfusion. Its complementary color is turquoise. Adds d. “Samir El-Gamal” in his book “Folk Medicine - Facts and Oddities” that red “is useful for treating rickets, healing wounds, healing eczema, burns, infections, and treating scarlet fever and measles.” orange It is related to the spleen's chakra, which regulates blood circulation and metabolism.


Orange evokes joy and delight. It is used to treat depression and kidney and lung problems, such as asthma and bronchopulmonary disease, and it is also a general tonic and tonic for the heart, and its complementary blue color. According to the book "Folk Medicine, Facts and Oddities", this color deals with "heart diseases, nervous disorders, eye diseases and infections, such as corneal infections."


Yellow is associated with the “solar plexus” chakra (above the kidneys - mid back), which is related to reasoning and logical judgment. Yellow stimulates mental ability, focus and a sense of separation. It can be used to treat rheumatism, arthritis, and diseases related to stress. Its complementary color is violet. In addition, yellow "is a general tonic in the event of anemia, and cures respiratory tract infections such as cold, throat and cough." the green It is the color of the "chakra" of the heart. It is the color of nature and represents purity and harmony.


It is considered the best healing color as it is used to balance the body. Its complementary color is "magenta" (a deep red-purple color). Turquoise (turquoise) This color is not associated with any "chakra", but is a soothing, antiseptic, and analgesic color. It is used in the treatment of inflammatory diseases and to raise the ability of the immune system. Its complementary color is red. Blue is associated with the throat "chakra", which is related to the power of will and communication. This color is soothing and useful in treating insomnia, asthma, tension, and migraine pain and is useful in strengthening language skills. Its complementary color is orange.


Blue is also considered a "stimulant for the nervous system and is a sedative for hyper-nervous people and people with high blood pressure. It is also useful in treating rheumatic diseases and arteriosclerosis and calms sexual excitement", and cures diseases of the lymphatic system, corneal tissues and eye diseases, and removes small stones in the bladder.


Violet (indigo) This is the color of the "chakra" of the crown (its top). Associated with the higher mind card, this is the color of dignity, honor, self-esteem and hope. It is used to raise human self-esteem and reduce feelings of despair, as well as treat mental and nervous disorders. Its complementary color is yellow. It is also a tonic for memory and thinking, and it cures intestinal disorders and cures breathing disorders.


Purple (deep red) is associated with spiritual realm, meditation, and self-liberation. Influential in bringing about change, in purifying old attitudes and obsessions, and in creating a separation with the past. Its complementary color is green.


White, black, gray and brown The white spectrum includes seven visible colors that are absorbed by the body through the chakra, and the lack of one of them means the occurrence of a disease Black is not used in color therapy and too much can lead to death, while gray is rarely used (only to reduce the feeling of excessive arrogance and arrogance) and the vibrations of this color are deadly to germs, and useful for the fusion of living tissues and wounds. Sometimes brown (in clothes) is used as a panacea for selfishness.


While white is mainly used for color therapy, it can be used to treat jaundice, especially in children and newborns, as intense white light is shone over the liver area, which contributes to healing. Also, TB patients are advised to walk in the sunlight and wear white clothes. Ultraviolet color Dr. Samir El-Gammal says that this color has a negative effect. “It cures rickets, but it is harmful in the event of heart and lung diseases, and causes the retina to separate in the eye.


It is not used in the treatment of cancer, but it is an antiseptic and kills some germs.” This color is abundant in the sun's rays. The red color is infrared and this color helps in the reconstitution of red blood cells. It is also used as a "pain reliever for nerve inflammation and cures anemia and tuberculosis, and it is never used in all cases of congestion." Infrared rays are abundant in the spectrum of the sun in regions near the equator.

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