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Herbs

Based on vast experience in the treatment of untimely death left the oldest herbalist of the Altai Yuri Vladimirovich Nikiforov.

The tradition of careful and respectful attitude to the most unprepossessing plant, search new – well forgotten old knowledge in the sense of our work and tribute to the Teacher.

We are not loggers in the full sense, but are willing to share our herbs. All the herbs collected in the area of lake Aya, Seminskii pass, and the village is the rural. Turning, you can count on expert help and understanding.

Here’s what he told the oldest herbalist of Altai Nikiforov Yu. V. on the formation of the Altai folk medicine:

In the seventh century of our era, the Chinese Emperor ticzon began to restore order in the country and as a result of this mess (630 year) okatannyj “small” Turkic Khan Chebi was forced to flee with her subjects number more than 100 thousand to the Altai mountains. This Horde settled in the valley of the river Katun, it is natural to assume that the Horde had healers who have received a good education in China.

So Chinese medicine has roots in the Altai. But after twenty years this nation is headed Chebi Khan was returned to China. Some people Chebi Khan did not return, founded in the Altai mountains mingling with the local population.

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The cultivation of medicinal plants

The demand for medicinal raw materials is constantly increasing. This cannot fail to affect the stocks of the plants represented in the composition of natural flora.

The disappearance of some valuable wild plants also contribute to intense economic activity, air pollution, degradation of soil etc.

In this regard, there is a growing need of artificial cultivation of medicinal plants in culture. They are used fresh and do not pass through the trading network, where their healing properties are reduced. However, the high demand it is advisable to grow plants on large areas.

Medicinal plants generally prefer well-lit open spaces at neutral or slightly alkaline soils. Every plant has features in agricultural practices, therefore laying the vegetable garden it is advisable to begin with small quantities of the most easily cultivated species, gradually expanding the size and range. To save the aroma of drying plants with roots and store in tightly closed containers. Poorly dried commodity mould, it is therefore necessary to equip the place for drying. It is better to dry on a mesh struts in well-ventilated areas at a temperature of 30-40 °C. The usable area on the racks for drying grass to 1 m 2 must be 1/3 m 2 . Continue reading

Buckwheat honey: the benefits and harms

What is buckwheat honey? The difference of buckwheat honey from other varieties. The use of buckwheat honey in folk medicine, cosmetology. The harm possible from the use of honey.

One of the treats that nature gives us, is the honey. Thanks to the hardworking bees we have natural healthy product. Depending on what the bees collect the nectar makes the honey of various types: floral, Linden, buckwheat, chestnut, acacia, peppermint, etc.

Buckwheat honey is a monofloral honey collected during the flowering period of buckwheat, dark-brown, sometimes with a reddish tinge. Honey from the flowers of buckwheat has a very distinct pleasant persistent fragrance and delicate taste. To buy buckwheat honey in liquid form is usually in July, when the buckwheat fades, but in some regions and in early August.

Unlike light honey, buckwheat contains more iron and protein. In the composition of this honey contains many different nutrients: calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, iron, etc.

The honey from buckwheat is known for its toning and anti-inflammatory properties. Continue reading