The cultivation of medicinal plants in the area and in Krasnoyarsk; the cultivation of medicinal plants in the area and in Krasnoyarsk
Extended information: Almost all human diseases are treated using medicinal plants, and environmentally friendly, with success can be grown on the land, and many of us in the apartment. Offer,…

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Physiotherapy Domodedovo
Physiotherapy is now able to cure that before you could heal prolonged administration of large quantities of drugs. Having a framework physical effects of different methods and long-term follow up…

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Cosmetics of ancient Egypt – a cure for eye diseases

It seems that the legendary Nefertiti and other government officials of ancient Egypt, considered to be of became the founders of so much spectacular eye makeup, used makeup not only to emphasize their beauty. Researchers from France suggest that such an unusual eye make-up was also used to fight infections that could get into your eyes.

The Amateur Christian, Philippe Walter and colleagues argue that thousands of years ago the ancient Egyptians used substances on the basis of lead as a cosmetic, including to create the effect, which is now called “smoky eyes”. Some Egyptians believed that this makeup also had the magical power of the ancient gods of the Mountains and RA were supposed to protect the holders of such makeup. However, modern scholars have long been denied such a belief, because the substances on the basis of lead can be very toxic. Previously, scientists analyzed 52 samples from containers of Egyptian makeup, which are in the Louvre, Paris. Scientists have discovered four different types of substances make lead-based. During the research it was found that these substances increased the production of nitric oxide up to 240% in human skin cells.

Modern scientists believe nitric oxide is a key agent-signaling in the body.Its functions include stimulation of the immune system, making the body better fights the diseases. Continue reading

Alternative medicine

Is it right to classify osteopathy complementary and alternative medicine . Not quite. This direction arose in the nineteenth century, while in Russia, indeed, was officially recognized only in 2003.

The basic premise from which come healing by the appropriate methods experts, is that the body system is not only complex, but also a priori indivisible. Accordingly, to treat it comprehensively is much more effective than “piecemeal”.

The body, properly debugged and tuned, and debugged clock mechanism, works flawlessly. The doctor’s task is to debug this to hold. Another important point for the professionals of this area is the diagnostics and treatment using only one tool – their own sensitive hands. This is really while unusual, this is probably why the concept of “alternative medicine” osteopathy and applied.

Inside direction is allocated a number of narrower trends. In particular, this manual therapy osteopathic techniques (working primarily with musculoskeletal disorders), therapy visceral (internal organs) and – separately – therapy cranial (head). Sometimes separately isolated as gynecologists-osteopaths and even experts in beauty. 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