How to help a stroke: tips Chinese medicine
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…

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How to help a stroke: tips Chinese medicine

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

The history of the use of medicinal herbs

With the appearance of writing data on the healing properties of plants began to write, which significantly expanded their application in practical purposes. Quite herbal treatment is widely used in India, Egypt, China, Greece. A lot of interesting herbal remedies mentioned in the writings of ancient thinkers and healers: Hippocrates, Pliny, Dioscorides, Galen, and others.

In the middle ages, the healing properties of medicinal herbs has become even more important. A talented scholar of Central Asia, Avicenna, in his brilliant book “Canon of medicine”, talks about the characteristics of more than nine hundred medicinal plants, among them many who came later from India and Asian countries, and until then were not used in ancient Mediterranean countries.

The medicinal plants were popular among ancestors of Slavs who lived on the territory of ancient Rus’, the inhabitants of Armenia and Georgia. With the advent of Christianity and the emergence of monasteries, the practice of treatment by using medicinal herbs has increased significantly.

Applying information, herbalists of Ancient Greece, monks used not only dried imported herbs and local vegetable raw materials. Continue reading