Your Pechoti Gland - Belly Button Secrets!
Have you ever even heard of the pechoti gland?
It’s certainly not something much of western culture knows about, however in ayurvedic medicinal practice it’s rather common.
Your Belly Button, your navel, the umbilicus – once it’s completed it’s job feeding you in your mothers womb, I guess many of us just forget all about it, (some pierce it, others paint it during baby showers, some just love to flash it with a crop top or two). But to put it simply, it's a web of pure medicinal delivery genius.
If you consider that this was once your connection with your mother, the delivery method of nutrients, oxygen and waste removal – approx. 270 days (9 months of nourishment) via your umbilical cord. Once born of course the cord is cut and a clip attached to close and it becomes a scar – the very first scar, your innie or outie belly button.
Behind your belly button there lies the Pechoti gland which houses more than 72,000 veins and millions of nerves. This has been used for centuries in other cultures as a delivery for medicine and treatments.
According to those that practice this method it can be used for many an ailment.
Suffering from period pain? – add a few drops of brandy to a piece of cotton ball and place it in or on your belly button.
Stomach ache? – a few drops of castor oil in and around your navel will give you relief.
Diarrhoea? – some olive oil around your pechoti gland delivery system will sort it out.
Dry skin? – add some coconut or almond oil daily and see the difference it makes.
Mustard oil for colds, coughs and sore throats…the list goes on, and on. In fact those of you into essential oils can use the same oils you would normally for ailments (diluted in a carrier oil of course) using the pechoti method for (brain fog, aches and pains, headaches, nausea etc). Particularly useful with nausea when you can’t keep traditional medicine delivery methods down.
For those already on the CBD oil wagon, many can’t abide the taste – Pechoti method yet again to the rescue.
Why not give it a try, what do you have to lose?...certainly not your beautiful pechoti :)