Thursday, October 31, 2013

Foods & Other Remedies To Rid Offensive Vaginal Odor

Greetings my beloved ones,

I came across this article and decided to share this information to help sisters who are experiencing offensive vaginal odor.  The article provides their readers with easy to do remedies.  The most  important suggestion amongst them all, in my opinion is the change of diet.  Sisters we must begin to accept that unnatural, hybrid, dead foods that we consume accumulates toxins and bacteria.  As a result the body, provides you with symptoms which allows you to become aware of the internal change by offensive vaginal odor,  pain during urination or unusual texture and color of discharge. Besides food, I would also like to include the careless act of having sexual intercourse with different partners.  Sisters, our womb is heaven, so treat it as such.  Our vagina is a muscle organ, which like a sponge absorbs all things. Understand that during sexual intercourse, our vagina absorbs the energy of your partner.  Therefore, if a man disrespects woman, feels hopeless about life, never healed from a tragic situation, is an abuser of drugs and you allow this man into your heaven, my beloved sister you will absorb his physical emotions and and internal chemistry.  As a result you may begin to act the same way.  This is the power of the vagina, so treat your womb with respect or remain in a state of holistic illness...

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Yours Truly,
Magella Samory
Holistic Nutritional Consultant

Saturday, October 26, 2013

Tangy Raw Plantains

Ripe Yellow Plantains
Fresh Thyme
Bunch Fresh Basil
Fresh Heir Loom Tomatoes
Sun Dried Tomatoes
Cumin Spice
Olive Oil


  1. Using a food processor, slice the plantains under the S blade, or you can easily slice the plantains in small pieces, as shown in the photo.
  2. When your done, add cumin and thyme herb to slice plantains, mix and set aside.
  3. Squeeze juice from the lemons and set aside.
  4. Add cilantro, basil, heir loom and sun dried tomatoes, olive oil, and pour the lemon juice over the ingredients and pulse it.
  5. Once ingredients in food processor have been thoroughly mix , add it to the plantains and mix all ingredients together.
  6. Final preparation should resemble picture above

Note: The amount of ingredients being added to the entire dish depends on potion and serving size.  

Thursday, October 10, 2013

Beware Of Canola Oil


Canola oil is hybrid.  It is genetically engineered between a canola plant, which is unnatural and a rapeseed plant.  The origin of its name also symbolizes hybridization, where the first three letters CAN comes from Canada, the O from oil, L from low and A from acid.  This is proving within itself that this oil, although low in fat contains acid, which is known to be harmful to the body.


As we seek knowledge and proper education on food, we tend to refrain ourselves from the genetically modified foods.  These particular foods, as we know are capable of altering our Dna as well as weakening our immune system.  However, regarding canola oil and its genetic makeup IT IS TOXIC, SO STAY AWAY.  Due to the presence of the rapeseed plant which is concentrated with erucic acid, when you consume canola oil it will eventually begin to deteriorate your tissues as it provides a poisonous effects to both humans and animals. 


Many people who use this oil silently suffer from toxins in the blood stream as a result of low usage of  Canola oil.

~ Samory's Teachings

Magella Samory
Holistic Nutritional Consultant

Saturday, October 5, 2013

How To Make A Raw Cashew Cheese Dip or Pate


  1. Cashews
  2. Yellow Pepper
  3. Dill
  4. Lemon  
  5. Onion
  6. Black Salt
  • Add all ingredients in a food processor, squeeze juice out of lemon and mix it under pulse until food become smooth.
  • If you choose to enjoy this recipe as a dip, use green vegetables which have stems.
  • If you choose to enjoy this recipe as a meal, romaine lettuce, napa cabbage or collard green leaf will compliment this dish.
Other Details:
  • Serving portion depends on amount of people being served and your liking to each ingredient.
  • 1 cup of nuts is sufficient for two people. 
  • Please note: soak your nuts over night, allowing it to become digestible. 
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