Description of plants . Visnaga markovina — biennial and annual in cultivation herbaceous plant of the family Umbelliferae. The root is whitish, rod, woody, slightly branched. Stem erect, rather thick, branched, green, densely leafy, height 45— 120 cm Leaves are alternate, twice – or trizhdyperistorassechennye on linear-filiform lobules. The inflorescence is a dense sophisticated umbrella with a diameter of 10-15 cm, consisting of 50-100 rays 2-8 cm length of The longest rays are on the edge. At maturity they are bent towards the center, closing thus short beams and ripens the fruits. The flowers are small, abundantly secrete nectar. The fruit is ovoid, hollow, smooth viscopedic.
Habitat. Distribution. Visnaga — Mediterranean plant that grows in southern Europe, southwest Asia and North Africa. Visnaga — drought-resistant short-day plant that requires much heat. Only in the period of seed germination requires high soil moisture. Excess humidity in the flowering phase leads to a significant reduction of yield visage due to the appearance of fungal diseases and mass falling off of ovaries. This culture is undemanding to soil, grows well in both heavy and light soils with a small amount of nutrients. Continue reading
Abdominal decompression-lowering of the external pressure generated in the abdomen,which is placed in thermocamera local actions is provided at the entrance sealing device and a device for pumping air.
For the procedure the lower part of the patient’s body(breast) is placed in thermocamera and sealed.Procedure parameters are set by computer and supported.Therapeutic effect is provided by pulses of negative air pressure(below atmospheric pressure) in the abdomen and pelvis at the same time with pressure on lower limbs
What effects occur during this procedure?
I must say that these effects are such that the main application of the method of abdominal decompression is obstetrics.
So,when abdominal decompression:
– increases the number of blood vessels in the placenta from the fetus
– increase oxidation-reduction processes in the placenta Continue reading