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
Stroke: tips Chinese medicine
How to reduce the effects
When a stroke occurs, the capillaries in the brain burst and is bleeding. Happen not only local (small) but also extensive breaks. This can affect large areas of the brain, leading to paralysis, memory loss, muscle activity and even dementia.
But wise people, for your, 100% effective way to prevent such a terrible disease. Primarily traditional healers recommend not to panic and relax internally. At the first sign of the beginning of the stroke to occupy a reclining position and not move – so the risk of increasing the damage of blood vessels significantly reduced.
Further nice to have an ordinary medical syringe (in the absence of that ideal and an ordinary needle or pin). And follow step by step instructions (of course, doing this should not hurt):
Hold the corner over a fire to sterilize or wipe with alcohol (and a Cologne, perfume or eau de toilette).
To make needle punctures in all of the fingers in turn: select the beams and place a couple of millimeters from the nail. Continue reading
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