Leo Health

Leo Health

Leo, the Lion, is the 5th sign of the Western zodiac. Souls who incarnate from July 22nd to August 23rd are born under the sign or constellation of Leo.

Background

Leo is a Fire sign and in the language of astrology the Fire element or quadruplicity traits include: energetic, creative, inspirational, motivational, aspiring, enthusiastic, and lively. However, Leos can be bold, domineering, rebellious, spontaneous, and hot-tempered. Fire signs include: Aries, Leo, and Sagittarius.

Leo’s astrological statement is “I Shine” and/or “I Will!” Both statements are befitting of this sign. Leos are strong willed individuals and they love to shine.

Leo is a Fixed sign meaning Leos are rigid and do not like change. They can be very stubborn just like their fixed sign brethren Taurus, a sign Leos have great difficulty in getting along with, especially in relationships. Other Fixed signs besides Leo and Taurus include Scorpio and Aquarius.

Leo corresponds to the astrological Fifth House – the House of Creativity, Children, Love and Romance, and Fun.

“All the other houses up to this point dealt with staying alive. This is the first house that says, “Let’s enjoy ourselves”. This house shows romantic interests, but not marriage. That’s the seventh house’s job. Anybody who has ever been married can tell you that marriage and romance are entirely different things.” Bob Marks, astrologer

Leo is a Masculine (yang, positive) sign meaning Leos are assertive, bold, expressive, and extrovert. Other masculine signs include: Aries, Gemini, Libra, Sagittarius, and Aquarius.

The pure Leo has a commanding personality and stands out from the crowd. This sign is a leader always seeking a position of command or authority. Leos are extroverts, outgoing, social and not afraid to bully. They find it very difficult and challenging to relinquish the dominant position.

Keywords that describe this sign are: endurance, ambitious, regal, courageous, enthusiastic, strong-willed, benevolent, positive, independent, self-confident, very generous, courteous, dignified, uncomplicated, humane, and opinionated playfulness.

Their negative traits include: arrogant, conceited, autocratic, hasty, ill-tempered, suspicious, jealous, cunning, self-centered, boisterous, boastful, bombastic, drama, and irritating.

The ideal sign for romance and marriage for Leo is its astrological opposite sign, which is Aquarius.

As Leo is a Fire sign, Leos will do well in relationships with other Fire signs: Aries and Sagittarius.

Famous Leos

Famous Sun sign Leos include: Kobe Bryant, Bill Clinton, Madonna, Martha Stewart, George Bernard Shaw, Jennifer Lopez, Earvin “Magic” Johnson, Robert DeNiro, Halle Berry, Stanley Kubrick, Lucille Ball, Sandra Bullock, Edward Norton, Sean Penn, Angela Basset, Vivica A. Fox, Dustin Hoffman, Kate Beckinsale, Michelle Williams, Woody Harrelson, Christian Slater, Charlize Theron, Robert Redford, Hilary Swank, Antonio Banderas, Mary Louise Parker, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry, Mae West, Billy Bob Thornton, Mata Hari, Laurence Fishburn, Leslie Ann Warren, Steve Martin, Martin Sheen, Blake Edwards, Melanie Griffith, Loni Anderson, Kevin Spacey, Connie Stevens, Sally Struthers, Dave Chappelle, Cindy Williams, David Duchovny, Maureen O’ Hara, Rosanna Arquette, Dan Fogleberg, Kim Cattral, Tony Bennett, Barbara Eden, Count Basie, Valerie Harper, Mick Jagger, Pete Sampras, T.T. Torrez, Norman Lear, Alfred Hicthcock, Whitney Houston, Neil Armstrong, John Huston, Jane Wyatt, George Hamilton, T.E. Lawrence, Peter O’ Toole, Coco Chanel, Yves saint Laurent, Andy Warhol, Amelia Earhart, Annie Oakley, Malcolm Forbes, Henry Ford, Roman Polanski, Beatrix Potter, Jerry Garcia, Julia Child, Napoleon Bonaparte, Elizabeth Dole, Fidel Castro, Shelly Winters, William Bennett, Paula Miranda, Carl Jung, Maureen McCormick, Cecil B. DeMille, Sam Elliott, and Edafe Okurume.

Astrological Health Profile

Leo governs the heart, upper back, eyes, blood, spine, aorta, myelin sheaths, and lungs.
Leos are prone to the following diseases, disorders, and injuries:

  • Heart disease
  • Pleurisy
  • Cardiac problems
  • Lower back pain/Backache
  • Fevers
  • Jaundice
  • High blood pressure/Hypertension
  • Eye diseases
  • Scoliosis
  • Excessive meat eating
  • Alcoholism
  • Dehydration
  • Stroke

Dietary Considerations

Leo’s cell salt (also known as mineral salt or tissue salt) is Magnesium Phosphate. Leos should be sure to get plenty of this particular cell salt in their diet.

DHerbs Solutions

Dherbs offers several options to promote Leo Health:

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2015-09-21T10:32:06-07:00