Purple

Purple is often used when beginning tonations and in all disorders involving the heart, blood circulation, or reproductive system.

Here are the attributes of Spectro-Chrome purple, according to “Let There Be Light” by Darius Dinshah:

  • Kidney and adrenal depressant, area #18
  • Decreases sensitivity to pain. Induces relaxation and sleep (soporific).
  • Increases functional activity of the veins.
  • Lowers blood pressure by three effects:
    • Dilates blood vessels (vasodilator)
    • Reduces the heart rate, areas #4-5
    • Decreases activity of the kidneys and adrenals, area #18; and the chromaffin system, systemic front and back.
  • Lowers body temperature
  • Controls fever and high blood pressure in malaria and recurrent fevers (antimalarial).
  • Emotional and reproductive system depressant. Builds sex powers by decreasing sensitivity and desire when excessive (anaphrodisiac).
  • Moderates blood pressure between heart and lungs, areas #4-5. Controls lung hemorrhages; some cases may respond better to Magenta or Scarlet. When in doubt try Purple first. The foregoing approach also applies to cases of dry coughing (non-productive).
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