The circulatory system/cardiovascular system is responsible for pumping blood from the heart to the lungs to become oxygenated. From the lungs, the oxygenated blood is pumped to the rest of the body using pathways called arteries. From the body parts, oxygen poor blood is then transported back to the heart via the veins. Once this circulation process is completed, it starts over again. Refer to the blog about lifeblood for a better understanding on what blood composes of.
The circulatory system and the respiratory system relies on each other completely. Our bodies need oxygen (O2) to function properly and it needs to get rid of the toxic by product called carbon dioxide (CO2). The body does this by breathing, inhaling oxygen and exhaling carbon dioxide. This may sound like some complicated physiology so let’s break it down a bit.
In the circulatory system, the heart is the main organ. This muscular organ is located in the left side of the chest (thoracic cavity) and pumps blood through the vessels of the circulatory system. The heart is divided into a left and right side and subdivides into two chambers, the upper chamber (atrium) and the lower chamber (ventricle). Several layers of muscle tissue make up the heart, the myocardium, pericardium and endocardium.
The right atrium receives deoxygenated blood from the body via the superior and inferior vena cava, pumps it to the right ventricle which pumps the deoxygenated blood to the lungs via the pulmonary artery to become oxygenated. The left atrium then receives the oxygenated blood from the lungs via the pulmonary vein. The oxygenated blood is then pumped to the left ventricle which pumps the blood to the body via the aorta.
Similar to the body that has arteries to transport blood from the heart to the body and veins to transport blood back to the heart, trees/plants have what is called the xylem and the phloem. The xylem is responsible for transporting water, nutrients and minerals from the roots to other parts of the plant. The phloem transports sucrose and amino acids between the leaves and other parts of the plant.
If we look at computer as a metaphor to describe the body, the brain can be seen as the “mother board” of the body. The blood can then be seen as the “current”. It transports messages between all the body parts so that the body, as a whole, can function properly. The blood contains a complete copy of what the condition of body is – every illness, ailment and imbalance is traceable by testing the blood. It is also treatable by treating the blood.
The lungs are two sponge-like, air-filled organs in the body, located of either sides of the chest. Air reaches the lungs by traveling from the nasal cavity past the pharynx and the larynx, through the trachea that divide into the left and the right bronchi, to the left and the right lungs. The left lung is slightly smaller than the right to leave enough space for the heart. In the lungs, the bronchi branches into smaller bronchioles which end in tiny air pockets called alveoli.
Inside of the alveoli, is the exact place where gas-exchange take place in the lungs and in the body. The alveoli are covered with small capillary blood vessels that, by means of diffusion, takes oxygen from the inhaled air inside of the alveoli into the bloodstream. Using the same mechanism, carbon dioxide is sent into the air inside of the alveoli, to be exhaled.
There exists an ecosystem between humans and animals, and trees/plants. The one cannot live without the other. The green leaves of trees/plants produce oxygen as a result of photosynthesis. Humans and animals then use the oxygen for our bodies to function properly. As a result, we produce carbon dioxide and water, which plants will then use as fuel for the process of photosynthesis.
As we have discussed previously, we know that there is life in blood – lifeblood. “For the life of the flesh is in the blood, and I have given it to you upon the slaughter-place to make atonement for your lives, for it is the blood that makes atonement for the life.” – Leviticus 17:11. We also know that there is life in the blood of plants – lifeblood (oil), designed and programmed by YHVH/God to heal and restore our bodies. We can see a similar ecosystem existing between the lifeblood of man and the lifeblood of plants. This is possible because the blueprint design of humans and plants are similar.
Blood is the vehicle the body uses to transport nutrients, minerals, toxins, oxygen, carbon dioxide, hormones etc. If our blood is unhealthy, the body will not receive the correct amount of necessary nutrients to achieve homeostasis. However, when the blood is clean and healthy, the body will receive the optimal amount of nutrients it needs. We cannot live without oxygen. The blood-oxygen levels of a healthy person is 95% or higher. Anything less is considered alarming. Why is oxygen so important for our bodies?
Oxygen helps the body with the process of growth, reproduction and most importantly to convert food to energy. An example we are all familiar with is carbohydrates, a combination of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen, that provides the body with the energy it needs. In the body, oxygen combines with nitrogen and hydrogen to form different proteins in order to build new cells – cellular growth. Oxygen plays an important roll in the immunity of the body. It kills bacteria and it provides our body cells with energy to fight viruses, parasites, fungi etc.
Oxygen is cardinal for the human eye to function properly. The eye, especially the cornea, is designed in such a way to absorb oxygen from the atmosphere and to diffuse it directly into the body. This is necessary because human eye is not provided with many blood vessels and we know that oxygen is transmitted by the blood.
Hypoxia is a condition in which the body does not have efficient tissue oxygen levels. It is characterised by dizziness, confusion, discolouration of the skin and shortness of breath. It can cause chronic heart and lung conditions and can be life threatening. When oxygen supply to the brain is compromised or cut of, a condition called Anoxic Brain Injury exists, causing brain cells to die after four minutes of oxygen deprivation. The brain uses about 20% of the whole body’s oxygen supply. It uses great amounts of oxygen because it generates and uses loads of energy to send nerve impulses and other messages throughout the body.
Cedarwood works effectively in restoring oxygen transmission in the body, especially the heart and lungs. It works by increasing oxygen absorption in the alveoli, thus lifting the amount of oxygen transported to the brain. Cedarwood oil may not be ingested because the liver does not metabolise it effectively. It works best when diffused with an electric ultrasonic diffuser and when applied topically to the spinal cord for a systemic effect.
Cedarwood is the oil with the highest levels of sesquiterpenes. Sesquiterpenes are a type of molecule present in most essential oils. They are the largest group of naturally occurring terpenes and are called “fixing” molecules. They delete miswritten cellular information and they increase the half life (the time it takes for the concentration of a substance in the body to decrease by half) of smaller molecules. For this reason, it is mostly advised for Cedarwood to be used in combination with other oils, for example Frankincense and Basil for the restoration of brain pathways.
When man was created, YHVH/God formed Adam out of the dust from the ground. Adam only became living after the Father breathed into his nostrils. YHVH/God gave Adam the Breath of life. “And יהוה (YHVH/God) Elohim formed the man out of dust from the ground, and breathed into his nostrils breath of lives. And the man became a living being.” – Genesis 2:7.
Likewise, we can say that when a new born baby draws its first breath, it inhales breath of life the Father gives to all flesh. Physiology explains the first breath of a baby as a reflex in reaction to the sudden change in environment and temperature. According to Scripture, we can say that a baby’s first breath is the breath YHVH/God breathes into the nostrils of the baby to inflate the lungs for the first time.
It is important to know where and how blood is made. Approximately 95% of all blood cells are made in the bone marrow (haematopoiesis), the soft and sponge-like hollow cavity of the bones. The bones where most of the blood cells are produced, are the spinal vertebrae, the skull, sternum, ribs and the hips. This is why the spinal vertebrae, containing bone marrow, is a primary treatment site for Hadassah Healing Oils. It is considered a treatment “shortcut”, because from it, the blood and the nerves can be treated effectively.
The skeletal system is what gives our bodies structure. It consists of 206 different bones, cartilages, connective tissue, tendons and ligaments. Each bone in the body is classified as a living organ and is made up of different cells, protein fibres and minerals. The body stores and withdraws most of its iron, calcium and energy (in the form of fat) from the skeletal system. Skeletal bones develop as the body grows and act as a framework for the body to build soft tissue on.
A new born baby had over 300 skeletal bones. This is an astonishing fact, knowing that the skeleton of a mature adult has 206 bones. Maturity is the important factor to notice. In Part 1, we talked about the maturity of the nervous system and how it resembles the maturity of trees. In this case, the skeletal system is similar to the nervous system. As a person matures from neonate into an adult, bones grow in length and width and they fuse together so that the adult has a total of 206 bones.
Together with the motor development in the nervous system of children, the skeletal and muscle system will develop. As they learn to sit, crawl, stand and walk, the muscles and the bones in their bodies will become stronger, aiding in their muscular and skeletal maturity. The body’s skeletal system processes what it encounters and stimulates bone and muscle growth accordingly. A person’s spirit develops in a similar way.
“And not only this, but we also exult in pressures, knowing that pressure works endurance; and endurance, approvedness; and approvedness, expectation. And expectation does not disappoint, because the love of Elohim has been poured out in our hearts by the Set-apart Spirit which was given to us.” – Romans 5:4.
When a person becomes a reborn child of YHVH/God, it means that the person receives a new portion of the Set-Apart Spirit (Ruach HaKoshesh). The person is reborn into the Kingdom of YHVH/God by dying to sin, being washed clean with the Blood of the Lamb, Yahshua/Jesus and living in victory with Him. From this point onward, spiritual growth follows.
It is an ongoing process of visiting the washing basin, repenting from sin and humbly seeking forgiveness. Through recognising sin in our lives and repenting from it (teshuvah), we grow closer to the Father. As we become more clean and acceptable before Him, we are able to move deeper into the Tent of Meeting. We grow in a living relationship with Him, meaning that we become more and more like Him. Living face to face with YHVH/God, the Highest life form in existence, will lift our body frequencies and make it possible for our prayers to be fragrant incense unto Him.
Our spiritual growth cultivates spiritual maturity within us. Just as trees need to mature before giving sufficient fruit and as the skeletal and muscle system in humans need to mature over time, we as spirit-beings need to grow in our faith in YHVH/God through Messiah Yahshua/Jesus and become mature so that we may bare Fruit in the due season. We must strive to resemble the Tree of Life, planted at and rooted in the River of Life, Messiah Yahshua/Jesus. Then only, our fruit will be acceptable and honouring to YHVH/God.
Throughout the entire Scripture, humans are compared to plants, especially trees and herbs. This is significant because it gives us a glimpse of the blueprint on which our bodies are built. David wrote in the first book of Psalm about how we should be like trees. “For he shall be as a tree Planted by the rivers of water, that yields its fruit in its season, and whose leaf does not wither, and whatever he does prospers.” – Psalm 1:3.
We know from Scripture, that blood always play an extremely vital roll. It represents reconciliation, healing, ransom and covenant. Likewise, the Blood of Yahshua/Jesus was shed for us as ransom from the claws of sin, for healing, to be reconciled with the Father and it represents the eternal covenant between YHVH/God and his Chosen People. “For this is My blood, that of the renewed covenant, which is shed for many for the forgiveness of sins.” – Matthew 26:28.
The mention of dry bones in the Scripture is well known. The most famous place where dry bones are mentioned, is in the book of the prophet, Ezekiel. He was taken in the Spirit and he was shown a burial site filled with dry bones. “The hand of יהוה was upon me and took me out by the Spirit of יהוה (YHVH/God), and set me down in the midst of the valley. And it was filled with bones. And He made me pass among them, all around, and see, there were very many on the surface of the valley, and see, they were very dry.” – Ezekiel 37:1-2.
“And He said to me, ‘Son of man, would these bones live?’ And I said, ‘O Master יהוה (YHVH/God) , You know.’ Again He said to me, “Prophesy to these bones, and you shall say to them, ‘O dry bones, hear the word of יהוה (YHVH/God)! Thus said the Master יהוה to these bones, ‘See, I am bringing into you a spirit, and you shall live.’ And I shall put sinews on you and bring flesh upon you, and cover you with skin and put a spirit in you, and you shall live. And you shall know that I am יהוה (YHVH/God).’
4And I prophesied as I was commanded. And as I prophesied, there was a noise, and there was a rattling. And the bones came together, bone to bone. And I looked and saw sinews and flesh came upon them, and skin covered them, but there was no spirit in them.” – Ezekiel 37:3-8. It is interesting to note that although a body has bones, nerves, flesh and skin, it does not have a spirit. What gives life to our bodies? What is missing?
“He then said to me, ‘Prophesy to the spirit, prophesy, son of man, and you shall say to the spirit, thus said the Master יהוה (YHVH/God), come from the four winds, O spirit, and breathe on these killed ones, so that they live.’ And I prophesied as He commanded me, and the spirit came into them, and they lived, and stood upon their feet, a very great army.” – Ezekiel 37:9-10. We know that the life (soul) is within the blood of all things living (Lev 17:11) and we know that there is a voice (spirit) in the blood (Gen 4:10). The bones, flesh, nerves and skin cannot and would not fulfil their functions and live without blood.
“A rejoicing heart causes good healing, but a stricken spirit dries the bones.” – Proverbs 17:22. It is healthy for our minds and bodies when we are joyful and positive. When our spirit lacking positivity, faith and joy, it causes our strength and spiritual life to fade and die. When looking at this Scripture from a medical point of view, we can see that when the blood is ill, the bones are ill and will dry up. Healthy bones will form healthy blood. When the voice in the blood speaks death, the bones will die as a result and will stop producing new and healthy blood.
This is exactly where we can see the Hand of YHVH/God in the blueprint design of oils (lifeblood). He programmed oil to be absorbed by the skin and to sink deeply into the cells of the body, including the cells of the bones, to manifest the healing of the bones and the blood. “So let it enter his inward parts like water, into his bones and like oil.” – Psalm 109:18. The Father designed and programmed oil to cleanse and heal us, body, soul and spirit.
The Blood Cries Out
The blood speaks when our mouths don’t. The blood cries out about sickness even when we don’t feel sick. We have established that the blood contains a copy of the body’s condition. Diseases can be detected by testing the blood and it can be healed by treating the blood.
The main function of the liver and the kidneys are to cleanse the circulating blood. The liver functions as the main filtration system of the body. It converts toxins in the blood to waste products and plays an important roll in the body’s metabolism. It is advised to detoxify and cleanse the liver regularly to eliminate any residue of toxins. Hadassah Healing Oils have a Liver Cleanse oil that can be taken daily in a capsule. As supplementation, the Liver & Gallbladder herbal capsules as well as the Liver & Gallbladder tincture can be taken.
For a nutritious liver detox, you can adjust your diet to mostly containing leafy greens, broccoli, cauliflower, fish, garlic, nuts and olive oil to your diet. Infused drinks like coffee (not instant coffee) and tea, fruit, berries like blueberries and cranberries, and whole grain products work wonders in detoxifying the liver. A liver detox smoothie serves as a healthy and nutritious meal replacement. Many recipes are available online for you to choose one according to your taste.
The kidneys filter the blood form toxins and converts the waste products into urine, which is then transferred and stored in the bladder until excretion. The kidneys automatically filter out uric acid to be excreted in the urine. If the body cannot eliminate uric acid fast enough, it can build up in your blood and cause conditions like gout and arthritis.
Molecules in the Blood
There are 3 ways that oils can be used in the body, topical application to the skin, ingestion by drinking it in a veggie capsule and inhaling it using a diffuser or the cupping method with your bands over your nose and mouth. We are quite familiar with the use of oil, but how to we get the oil molecules in the blood circulation?
Oil molecules are known as lipids, natural triacylglycerols. They are hydrophobic (repels water) and nanoscopic with an estimated size of 2 x 10-7 cm (0,000002 cm). Because of the lipidic (attract fatty molecules) nature of oil molecules, they effectively pass through the lipophilic body cells, sink into the bones and enter the blood stream. A single drop of oil contains 40 million-trillion molecules (4 with 19 zeros).
When an oil is ingested, it is subjected to the first pass effect, meaning digestion and metabolism before reaching the systemic circulation. The veggie capsule is swallowed and passes via the oesophagus to the stomach where it is digested. After digestion, it reaches the small intestine where absorption takes place. The oil molecules cross into the bloodstream via the capillary vessels located in the microvilli of the small intestine. Once the molecules get into the circulation, the oil has a reduced concentration.
When an oil is inhaled, it enters the respiratory system. It passes via the trachea into the bronchi, the bronchiole and finally reached the alveoli. Here, the oil molecules passes into the bloodstream by means of diffusion over the capillary vessel walls. Oil molecules use the same mechanism to cross into the bloodstream that oxygen and carbon dioxide use to enter and exit the bloodstream.
Cinnamon → Cinnamon works by lowering blood sugar levels by limiting glucose absorption in the small intestine. It is high in antioxidants, meaning that it cleanses and purifies the blood of toxins. It has strong antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal and antiparasitic properties and eliminates these infections from the blood.
Myrrh → Myrrh lowers blood pressure and acts as a blood vessel constrictor. By doing this, is prevents haemorrhaging by restricting blood flow to the site of injury. It is high in antioxidants that detoxifies and cleanses the blood. It has strong antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal and antiparasitic properties and eliminates these infections from the blood.
Hyssop → Hyssop promotes and restores blood circulation in the body. It has strong antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal and antiparasitic properties. It is highly antioxidant and cleanses the blood from toxins, like bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites.
When using oils, herbal capsules and tincture, it is important to have patience with the healing process. Tinctures are alcohol-based herbal extracts, sprayed into the mouth as needed. The standard dosage is 4-8 sprays into the mouth (buccally) 3 times a day. But how do these molecules end up in the blood stream if it is not swallowed?
The cheeks and the area under the tongue is provided with many capillary blood vessels. Small molecules are able to diffuse over the capillary blood vessel walls and into the bloodstream. After buccal administration and absorption, a larger concentration of the healing molecules are available in the blood than what would have been available after ingestion, digestion and intestinal absorption. Buccal absorption is 2 to 3 times faster than intestinal absorption as well.
True improvement in symptoms are only visible after 3 to 6 weeks of using tinctures. This is why it is important that the use of tinctures are not terminated during these 3 to 6 weeks. When sickness presents itself, tinctures may easily be used more than 3 times a day, even hourly.
Microscopic Blood Imaging
Yeast infection - Candida
Clotting - Deep Vein Thrombosis
Excessive Uric Acid in - Gout
Parasitic infection - Malaria
The general cleansing protocol is as follows:
2. Drink 1 capsule of Acid Balance at noon.
3. Drink 1 capsule of DNA Protector in the evening.
5. Apply 20-30 drops of Spinal Therapy over spinal cord at night before bedtime.
Hadassah Healing Oils use internationally sourced pure and organic, naturally grown and harvested, certified essential oils and herbs in all products. All blends are individually blended to treat a specific disease effectively. Some blood related diseases and their partial treatments are listed below. (Please click on the sickness for the complete disease information and the full treatment protocol.)