Aries Rules : the head and face. The glands that Aries rules are the subrenals.Health habits : The head is associated with thinking and perception, and natives of Aries tend to be sharp, shrewd thinkers who use common sense. Aries people are subject to headaches, including migraines, head congestion, and sinus conditions. Aries people are active, have excellent muscle
coordination, and are noted for their energetic sexuality. Because the Aries person is usually busy, active, and on the go, he needs a well-balanced diet to maintain good health and energy.The cell salt for the sign of Aries is potassium phosphate.
Eat : Lack of potassium phosphate can cause depression. Foods rich in this mineral and therefore beneficial for Arians to include in their diet are: tomatoes, beans , brown rice, lentils, walnuts, olives, onions, lettuce, cauliflower, cucumber, spinach, broccoli, figs, bananas, dried uncooked apricots, pumpkin. A healthy diet should also include milk, which is good for teeth and bones.
Don't Eat : Salt and liquor are two enemies that Aries people in particular should avoid. Too much salt affects bones and arteries, liquor overstimulates and reacts negatively on the kidneys. They should drink plenty of water, and get adequate rest and relaxation.
ARIES IS A FIRE SIGN
Fire rules the function of internal combustion or digestion−the burning up or absorption of food. Fire also purifies the system by burning off toxins, viruses, bacteria and fungus. Fire signs easily fight disease. Their constitution naturally tends toward high temperatures.
Fire signs, when unbalanced to excess or overstimulation, are prone to burning themselves out. Excess fire can be impatient and angry, or internalizes it into hypertension, heart problems, ulcers or inflammations. Excess fire is brought back into balance by foods that are cold, moist and heavy, or slow-burning foods that ground energy.
When your fire is low, it may be hard to burn off or fight disease. Digestion and absorption of food are inadequate. Eat foods that are hot, light, dry and aromatic. Avoid cold foods.
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