“Zehav Shemen” and The Aroma of Gold Oil

“Zehav Shemen” and The Aroma of Gold Oil

Here is something I learned just recently. Jewish sages say that if gold had a smell it would smell like Frankincense, Myrrh and Rose. Why? Here is why Rose is said to open up the veins of the mind and heart. The Hebrew word for rose is וְרִיד and the root word of rose is ו – ר – ד which means vein. When the letter yud י is added it is the first letter of G-d’s Holy Name and so therefore it is G-d who opens the veins of the mind and heart. Frankincense in Hebrew Levana means white or pure. The root word of Frankincense is ליבנת that means heat or heated. Gold is heated to be purified. Myrrh is the word מֹר which means bitter but it is also the word for Mr. or Master root. The master of the Universe causes Gold is heated to be purified so that it opens the Veins of the mind and heart. Finally the word gold is דהב which means to become golden or pure light. Precious gold was said to be infused into the anointing oil that Moshe (Moses) used for mental, bodily and spiritual purification. In the ancient times of our Jewish history it was believed that gold in the body worked by stimulating the life force (blood cells) and raising the level of vibration on all levels. When smelled by our nose it boosts the brain to focus more clearly. Gold was use for dentistry by both Egyptians and Israelites alike. It was common to drink Colloidal Gold.Today, medical uses of gold have expanded greatly. It...

Hebrew Spice List Chart

English Name Hebrew Name Hebrew Transliterated Allspice פלפל אנגלי Pilpel Angli Angelica אנג’ליקה Angelica Anise אניס Anis Annatto עץ הליפסטיק etz halipstick Asafoetida חלתית Chaltit Barberry ברביריס Barberis Basil, sweet בזיליקום Bazilicum Bay leaf עלה דפנה Aleh dafna Borage בורג’ Borage Black cardamom הל שחור Hel shachor Caraway קימל Kimmel Cardamom הל Hel Carob חרוב Charuv Catnip נפית החתולים Nafit Hachatulim Cassia כנמון Kinamon Cayenne pepper פלפל חרוף Pilpel Charif Celery seed זרעי סלרי Zarei Celery Chervil תמכה Tamchah Chicory עולש Ohlesh Chili pepper אבקת צילי Avkat Chili Chives עירית Irit Cicely סייסלי מתוק Sissli Matok Cilantro כוסברה Kuzbarah Cinnamon קנמון Kinamon Clove ציפורן Tziporen Coriander seed זרעי כוסברה Zarei Kuzbarah Cumin כמון Kamon Dill herb or weed שמיר Shamir Fennel שומר Shumar Fenugreek חילבה Chilbeh Garlic שום Shum Ginger זנגביל Zangvil, ginger Grains of paradise גרגר גן עדן Gargayr Gan Eden Horseradish חזרת Chazeret Hyssop אזוב Ayzov Jasmine flowers יסמין Yasmin Juniper berry ערער Ar-ar Kaffir lime leaves עלה קפיר ליים Aleh Kafir Lime Lavender לבנדר Lavender Lemon Balm מליסה Melissa Lemon Verbena לואיזה Luiza Lemongrass עשב לימון Esev Limon Licorice, liquorice שוש Shush Lovage עשב לובי Eysev luvi Mace מוסקט, משייה Muskat Marjoram מיורם Mayoram Mastic מסטיק Mastik Mint נענע Nana Mustard חרדל Chardal Mustard, black חרדל שחור Chardal shachor Nigella קצח Ketzach Nutmeg מוסקט Muscat Oregano אורגנו Oregano Paprika פפריקה Paprika Parsley פטרוזיליה Petrozillia Pepper פלפל Pilpel Peppermint מנתה Menta Poppy Seed פרג Pereg Rosemary רוזמרין Rozmarin Rue פיגם Paygam Safflower חריע Chariah Saffron זעפרן Zafran Sage מרווה Marvah Salep סחלב Sachlav Savory, summer צתרה Tzatrah Sorrel חמציץ Chamtzitz Spearmint נענע Nana Star Anise כוכב אניס...

Vegtable Garden Hebrew Chart

English Hebrew Amaranth ירבוז Artichoke ארטישוק Arugula ארוגולה Asparagus אספרגוס Avocado אבוקדו Beet leaves סלק עלים Beetroot סלק Bell pepper פלפל Bitter melon מלון מר Bok choy בוק צ’וי Borage זיפניים Broccoli ברוקולי Brussels sprout כרוב ניצנים Cabbage כרוב Caper תעלול Cardoon חרשוף Carrot גזר Cassava קסבה Cauliflower כרובית Celery סלרי Celery Root שורש סלרי Chickweed כוכבי Chicory עולש Chives בצלייה Chrysanthemum leaves החרצית עוזבת Corn תירס Courgettes קישואים Cress גרגיר Cucumber מלפפון Daikon דאיקון Dandelion שן הארי Eggplant חציל Endive עולש Fennel שומר Garlic שום Ginger ג’ינג’ר Horseradish חזרת Jerusalem artichoke ארטישוק ירושלמי Kale קייל Kohlrabi קולרבי Lamb’s lettuce החסה של הכבש Leek כריש Lemongrass עשב לימון Lettuce חסה Mustard חרדל Napa cabbage נאפה כרוב Onion בצל Parsnip גזר לבן Pea sprouts/leaves נבטי אפונה / עלים Plantain לחך Potato תפוח אדמה Pumpkin/Squash דלעת / סקווש Purslane רגלת הגינה Radicchio צנוניות Radish צנון Rocket רקטה Salsify זקן תיש סגול Scallion בצל ירוק Shallot בצלצל Sorrel חומעה Spinach תרד Sweet Potato בטטה Swiss chard עליי סלק Taro טארו Tomato עגבנייה Turnip לפת Wasabi וואסאבי Watercress גרגיר הנחלים Wheatgrass עשב חיטה Zucchini Please like &...
Twelve Tribes Gemstones and their Essential Oil with corresponding Ketoret  and Brain Function

Twelve Tribes Gemstones and their Essential Oil with corresponding Ketoret and Brain Function

  The Torah tells us that upon the Shoham stones, the names of the tribes were engraved: וְלָקַחְתָּ, אֶת-שְׁתֵּי אַבְנֵי-שֹׁהַם; וּפִתַּחְתָּ עֲלֵיהֶם, שְׁמוֹת בְּנֵי יִשְׂרָאֵל.  שִׁשָּׁה, מִשְּׁמֹתָם, עַל, הָאֶבֶן הָאֶחָת; וְאֶת-שְׁמוֹת הַשִּׁשָּׁה הַנּוֹתָרִים, עַל-הָאֶבֶן הַשֵּׁנִית—כְּתוֹלְדֹתָם – Six of their names on one stone and the names of the remaining six on the second stone, according to their births (Shemos 28:9-10).  Therefore, upon one stone was engraved: Reuven, Shimon, Levi, Yehuda, Dan, Naphtali; and upon the other stone was engraved: Gad, Asher, Yissachar, Zevulun, Yosef and Binyamin.  Why did the Kohen Gadol carry the names of the Tribes of Israel upon his shoulder straps? אַבְנֵי זִכָּרֹן, לִבְנֵי יִשְׂרָאֵל – Stones of remembrance for the Bnei Yisrael.   Rashi notes: שֶׁיְּהֵא רוֹאֶה הַקָּבָּ”ה אֶת הַשְּׁבָטִים כְּתוּבִים לְפָנָיו וְיִזְכּוֹר צִדְקָתָם – That Hashem will see the (names of the) Tribes written before Him and He will remember their righteousness (28:12 w/ Rashi). And what of the אבני מילואים, the twelve Filling Stones, which adorned the חשן (the breastplate)?  Upon those twelve were engraved the names of the tribes, in order of their birth, one tribe per stone (28:21 w/ Rashi). If the names of the Tribes were engraved upon the stones of the shoulder straps, what do we learn from the fact that they needed to be further engraved upon the twelve breast-plate stones?  Furthermore, what lesson can we derive from the command to engrave the Shoham stones with six names per stone, while the Filling Stones were engraved with one name per stone?  Perhaps the Torah is teaching us a profound lesson of what it means to be a member of...
Proper Testing of Essential Oils and Hemophilia Clients. Written by Rivka Sari ©2012 This is the most important information that Aromatherapist must know.

Proper Testing of Essential Oils and Hemophilia Clients. Written by Rivka Sari ©2012 This is the most important information that Aromatherapist must know.

Proper Testing of Essential Oils and Hemophilia Clients Written by Rivka Sari ©2012 – Written Homework  assignment for Tiferet Aromatherapy Course Study with Avraham Sand based on his work on Fragrance Testing. Also based on the work of Professor Tim Jacob, head of the Smell Research Laboratory at Cardiff University on the art of Body Fragrance Matching When we first experience the essential oil, this is like a first date. The chemistry between the oil and the client will usually become clear immediately, according to the way they respond to the fragrance. This is only a brief encounter compared to using the essential oil in an aromatherapy treatment, but it is a very reliable first impression. When doing a massage or reflexology treatments, if the client is drawn to the fragrance, it will be effective and enjoyable when they use it in a treatment right at that time.  your nose is a medicine detective. The only If they are not drawn to it, the oil should not be used at that time, but might still be an appropriate choice when used in a later treatment, if it tests positively later. It is important to realize that our preferences (and needs) for the oils are continuously changing. We will be attracted to different oils at night than we would choose in the morning, and different oils at various seasons in the year. A woman will be drawn to varying oils at different times during her monthly cycle. As our state of health changes, our fragrance preferences and needs change accordingly. Our goal in this aspect of becoming a seasoned and proficient...

Who was Ruth really? What does the Torah really reveal about Ruth?

Who was Ruth really? What does the Torah really reveal about Ruth? Copyright (c) 2018 Ruth Painting By Neshama Raquel Sari Ruth could not be a Moabite because she was the great grandmother of King David. King David was the third generation from Ruth and Boaz. Moabites were not allowed in the Holy Temple.  If you married a Moabite, your descendants would not be allowed in the Holy Temple for ten generations! Deu 23:3 An Ammonite or Moabite shall not enter into the congregation of the L-RD; even to their tenth generation shall they not enter into the congregation of G-d for ever: King David was the 3rd Generation from Ruth and Boaz.  If Ruth had been a Moabite, she would not have BEEN allowed in the temple and her descendants could not go in the Temple until the tenth Generation.  David was the third generation from Ruth and Boaz.  His father was Jesse, his grandfather was Obed and his great grandfather was Boaz.  If Ruth was a Moabite, KING DAVID WOULD NOT BE ALLOWED IN THE TEMPLE. 1Ch_2:11 And Nahshon begat Salma, and Salma begat Boaz, 1Ch_2:12 And Boaz begat Obed, and Obed begat Jesse, David went into the Temple.  We see him in I Sam 21 going to get the Temple Bread.  Also his descendants until the ten generation would not be allowd in the Temple also.  We know that Solomon was in the Temple.  HE BUILT and DEDICATED THE HOLY TEMPLE! The Bible records historical proof that the Amorites and Moabites were  pushed out of the land of Moab.  So the people who lived in Moav...

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