“The power that made the body can heal the body”. (BJ Palmer) We are powerful creators, and we create either by default or intention.  
Each organ has a season when it is best to cleanse and build, so over the next few weeks I will be sharing about the organs whose favorite time of year is early summer. These organs can be cleansed and supported any time of the year, but it is done more effectively during this early summer season. 
Early summer organs we will be touching on are Pituitary, Thyroid, Adrenals, Heart, Small Intestines, and reproductive organs, using the Zyto scan guides I have written along with LeAnne Dearduff’s book, Ultimate Balance, and Secret Language of Your Body by Inna Segal. 
In Chinese Medicine, a meridian is a flow of energy that runs on a defined path in your body.  
Midday/Midnight law in Chinese Medicine tells us that the opposite organ is getting its energy exactly 12 hours later than the organ you are working with. One organ is resting, the other is receiving its highest energy.  
Many times, an organ may be acting up, but it is the opposite organ that is struggling, or it may even be stealing the energy of the other organ.  
It is suggested to work on the opposite organ at the same time as the one showing symptoms as this strengthens the energy flow to the organ while it is resting. 

Each organ is situated within one or more chakras and each chakra is associated with a color, and each color has a different frequency. If possible, try wearing the color of the organ over that chakra so light filtering into that area through the color will also help support the organ. 

This week we will start with the small intestine...

Emotions – feeling abandoned; insecure; vulnerable; confused; procrastination; scattered; stuck. 
20-25 feet long, coiled inside the lower portion of your belly, beneath your stomach, and surrounded by your large intestine, the small intestine (aka colon or large bowel) is a middle finger width section of your digestive tract between your stomach and colon, where food is broken down into liquid and the nutrients are absorbed. Any waste moves on to the large intestine. 
Some symptoms of issues with this system include diarrhea, fatigue, weight loss, malnutrition, lower body swelling, constipation, gas, vomiting, loud sounds from your belly or blood in your stool or vomit. 
Foods that may challenge your small intestine are coconut, corn, crab, celery, fried foods, lobster, mushrooms, nuts, popcorn, raw vegetables, shrimp, processed foods, refined sugar, gluten, dairy products, red meat, artificial sweeteners, alcohol. 
You can support this system by choosing probiotic foods like yogurt, apples, kefir, ginger and fermented foods. Other food choices include whole grains, leafy greens, lean proteins, avocado, asparagus, pineapple, onion, garlic, bone broth, apple cider vinegar, artichokes, leeks, bananas, honey, lentils, and kimchi.  
Reducing stress, avoiding antibiotics, exercising and better sleep habits may also help support this system. 
Chakra and Color: Sacral, Orange 
Meridian: Small Intestine 
Time of day: 1-3pm 
Opposite organ: Liver 

Apply oils on the Vitaflex points indicated below! Dr. Dearduff recommends DiGize, Joy, Hope, Harmony, Purification, Sensation, Peppermint, or Fennel. 

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