Purple (P)

Color attributes:

  • Circulatory
  • Opposite color: Scarlet

Color analogies:

  • Tone frequency: 194.18 + 172.06 Hz
  • Note: G + F
  • Chemical elements: Br, Eu, Gd, Tb

Color effects:

  • Kidney and adrenal depressant, area #18. (53)
  • Decreases sensitivity to pain. Induces relaxation and sleep (soporific). (54)
  • Increases functional activity of the veins. (55)
  • Lowers blood pressure by three effects: (56)
  • - Dilates blood vessels. (57)
  • - Reduces the heart rate, areas #4-5. (58)
  • - Decreases activity of the kidneys and adrenals, area #18; and the chromaffin system, systemic front and back. (59)
  • Lowers body temperature. (60)
  • Controls fever and high blood pressure in malaria and recurrent fevers (antimalarial). (61)
  • Emotional and reproductive system depressant. Builds sex powers by decreasing sensitivity and desire when excessive (anaphrodisiac). (62)
  • Moderates blood pressure between heart and lungs, areas #4-5. Controls lung hemorrhages; some cases may respond better to Magenta or Scarlet (use heart / respiration ratio as a guide). When in doubt try purple first. The foregoing approach also applies to cases of dry coughing (coughing, but without production of phlegm). (63)

Organs:

  • Adrenal glands (sedative / depressant)
  • Kidneys (sedative / depressant)
  • Venes (tonus-raising / stimulating)

Systembezug:

  • Sleep (sedative / depressant)
  • Birth (sedative / depressant)
  • Pain (sedative / depressant)
  • Temperaturw (sedative / depressant)
  • Sexual functions (sedative / depressant)
  • Blood pressure (sedative / depressant)

Color filters to use: 5, 8

Color properties Sprectro-Chrome