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Folk treatment of polyps of the rectum is most often carried out through the use of healing mixtures, tinctures, decoctions and enemas. If the neoplasm has small sizes and they…

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Chinese Magnolia: the medical properties and application

Therapeutic properties and use of schisandra in Chinese folk medicine

Greetings, dear readers of a medical blog ” Recipes of traditional medicine “. Today we talk about the healing properties and use of schisandra chinensis in traditional medicine.

Chinese schisandra |Schizandra chinensis|Limonnikova

● Woody vine Chinese Magnolia vine reaches a length of up to 15 meters. The plant grows wild in the North-Eastern regions of China and the far East of the Russian Federation.

Oval leaves with pointed tip and petiolate with a length of 5-10 cm Flowers are five-petal concentrated hanging down in racemes.

The petals and sepals are pink. The fruit is a juicy berry team. Small amazing flowers schisandra chinensis emit a delicate aroma.

“Chinese Schizandra has a special place in folk medicine of China, in which a certain taste corresponds to certain important body: salty – kidneys, spicy – light, sweet – spleen, bitter – heart, acute – liver. For a comprehensive action plant is valued highly not only in Chinese medicine”.

Parts used and active ingredients of Chinese Magnolia vine. Continue reading

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Prostatitis. The latest European technology physiotherapy of prostatitis.

Prostatitis is an inflammation of the prostate gland.

The main reason for its development – is getting into the hardware of the infectious agent. Prostatitis can develop suddenly as acute inflammatory disease. In this case the patient will be marked fever, acute pain, painful urination and defecation. However, more often the prostatitis develops in the chronic form, without disturbing man too much.

The most characteristic symptoms of chronic prostatitis:

discomfort and pain in the perineum;

pain in the scrotum;

complaints of frequent and often painful urination;

different discharge from the urethra and painful erections. Treatment of prostatitis

Treatment of prostatitis should be comprehensive. Continue reading