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Tips- Try to notice that the shape around an angry eye is much more compressed than a calm eye. When a person is enraged, the muscles around the eye tighten and pull the eyelids inward. This creates deeper shadows and uncovers more of the white of the eye. In the angry eye there is a separation between the top of the iris and the eyelid. Step 1- Draw a circle with a rainbow shape above it. Remember to leave a space about half of the size of the iris in between the upper lid and upper iris. Step 2- Draw in the shape of the eyebrow. Make sure that it is angled downwards towards the inner corner of the eye. It should actually connect with the eye lashes on the upper eye lid Step 3- Draw in the pupil and the lower eyelid. Leave a black space in the pupil for a reflection. The lower eyelid should graze the bottom of the iris. Step 4- The bottom eyelid is literally wrapped around the eyeball. Make a bowl like shape below the eye and add a squiggly line on the inner corner of the eye to hint at the side of the nose. Step 5- Shade the pupil and iris and the upper eye lashes. Please note that the upper eyelashes are thicker and fuller than the bottom ones. Step 6- Shade in the eyebrow. Please notice that it is not evenly shaded throughout. Step 7- Darken the area around the eye but do not touch the white area. The eyes seem to sink in more when a person is angry, creating deeper shadows. Demonstration by Merrill Kazanjian- Merrillk****
17 Mar 2009
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Polygonum aviculare or Common Knotgrass is related to buckwheat and dock. It is also known as birdweed, pigweed and lowgrass. An annual generally found in fields and wasteland, produces tiny white flowers between months ofJune to October. The well known Herbalist Culpeper, stated that the plant is astrologically ruled by Saturn and Capricorn. He recommended knotweed to assist in the conditions of blood in the mucus. Modern herbalists use it to treat dysentery, heavy menstrual bleed, bronchitis, jaundice, kidney and gall stones. Polygonum aviculare, is an astringent, coagulant, diuretic and expectorant. Dysentery formerly known as the bloody flux is a disorder of the digestive system which results in severe diarrhea containing mucus and or blood in the feces. Left untreated, dysentery can be fatal. Gallstones are crystalline bodies formed in the Gall bladder or anywhere within the biliary tract, including the bile duct. Obstruction of the common bile duct can cause jaundice; obstruction of the outlet of the pancreatic exocrine system can cause pancreatitis. Bronchitis is inflammation of the mucous membranes of the bronchi, they carry airflow from the trachea into the lungs. Bronchitis acute or chronic, each of which has its unique etiology, pathology, and therapy Knot Weed can also act as an expectorant that helps bring up mucus and other material from the lungs, bronchi, and trachea. An example drainage of mucus from the lungs causing a thinning of the mucus and lubricating the respiratory tract. Sometimes term incorrectly when referring it to a cough medicine. Jaundice, a yellowish discoloration of the skin, the whites of the eyes, and other mucous membranes caused by increased levels of bilirubin in the blood. The word Jaundice comes from the French word jaune, meaning yellow. Kidney stones are solid concretions formed in the kidneys from dissolved urinary minerals. Somethimes sediment from the Kidney and urinary tract can be passed on into the Urine Bladder causing stones to form in the Bladder. These Stones when passing through the urinary tact can be painful and cause bloody urine as a result. Polygonum aviculare or Common Knotgrass with healing powers, an astringent, Coagulant, diuretic and expectrant. a tiny plant growing wild, which we ignorantly walk over in fields, wastelands and by the roadside. One way to use, is to take a sprig of the plant and brew for 10 minutes in boiling water strain and drink apart from the above healing properties it will also be useful for those suffering from prostrate problems. Nelson Brunton www.naturalhealingcentre.blogspot****
18 Aug 2009
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Polygonum aviculare or Common Knotgrass is related to buckwheat and dock. It is also known as birdweed, pigweed and lowgrass. An annual generally found in fields and wasteland, produces tiny white flowers between months ofJune to October. The well known Herbalist Culpeper, stated that the plant is astrologically ruled by Saturn and Capricorn. He recommended knotweed to assist in the conditions of blood in the mucus. Modern herbalists use it to treat dysentery, heavy menstrual bleed, bronchitis, jaundice, kidney and gall stones. Polygonum aviculare, is an astringent, coagulant, diuretic and expectorant. Dysentery formerly known as the bloody flux is a disorder of the digestive system which results in severe diarrhea containing mucus and or blood in the feces. Left untreated, dysentery can be fatal. Gallstones are crystalline bodies formed in the Gall bladder or anywhere within the biliary tract, including the bile duct. Obstruction of the common bile duct can cause jaundice; obstruction of the outlet of the pancreatic exocrine system can cause pancreatitis. Bronchitis is inflammation of the mucous membranes of the bronchi, they carry airflow from the trachea into the lungs. Bronchitis acute or chronic, each of which has its unique etiology, pathology, and therapy Knot Weed can also act as an expectorant that helps bring up mucus and other material from the lungs, bronchi, and trachea. An example drainage of mucus from the lungs causing a thinning of the mucus and lubricating the respiratory tract. Sometimes term incorrectly when referring it to a cough medicine. Jaundice, a yellowish discoloration of the skin, the whites of the eyes, and other mucous membranes caused by increased levels of bilirubin in the blood. The word Jaundice comes from the French word jaune, meaning yellow. Kidney stones are solid concretions formed in the kidneys from dissolved urinary minerals. Somethimes sediment from the Kidney and urinary tract can be passed on into the Urine Bladder causing stones to form in the Bladder. These Stones when passing through the urinary tact can be painful and cause bloody urine as a result. Polygonum aviculare or Common Knotgrass with healing powers, an astringent, Coagulant, diuretic and expectrant. a tiny plant growing wild, which we ignorantly walk over in fields, wastelands and by the roadside. One way to use, is to take a sprig of the plant and brew for 10 minutes in boiling water strain and drink apart from the above healing properties it will also be useful for those suffering from prostrate problems. Nelson Brunton www.naturalhealingcentre.blogspot****
14 Aug 2009
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*******balancedhealthtoday****/glytamins.html GALLSTONES OR CHOLELITHIASIS The definition of cholelithiasis: solid crystalline precipitates in the BILIARY TRACT, usually formed in the GALLBLADDER. Gallstones, derived from the BILE, consist mainly of calcium, cholesterol, or bilirubin. (italics are mine) The medical term for gall stones is cholelithiasis. Chole is from the Greek meaning "bile". Lithos is "stone" and iasis is "condition of". So it is the condition of having bile stones. The usual center of gallstones is a mixture of cholesterol, bilirubin and calcium. These stones can be black, red, white, green, or tan-colored. The most common found during a flush is the pea-green color which contain the highest concentration of cholesterol and are generally soft and easy to crumble. As the stones grow and become more numerous, they clog the tubing, creating back pressure on the liver, causing it to make less bile. The back-up of bile can cause jaundice which gives a yellow coloring to the skin and the whites of the eyes. *******balancedhealthtoday****/products.html
11 Jul 2012
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