Julia PAL - instructor of the Delhi pranic healing Foundation
Julia Pahl, a native of St. Petersburg, lives in India since 1988 with her husband and daughter. With pranic healing Master Choa Kok Sui, she met by chance in March…

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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.…

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Folk remedies the treatment of epilepsy

Oat extract Juice from green tops. Take 1/3 Cup 2-3 times a day 30 minutes before meals. Has a restorative, tonic effect.

Spinach vegetable Juice from fresh leaves take 1/3 Cup 3 times a day after meals. Prepared before use.

Cherry juice Take 1/3 Cup 2 times a day. Has anti-inflammatory and diuretic effect.

Onion juice is taken.

Lavender Cup boiling water pour a teaspoon of lavender (flowers and grass), boil for 1-2 minutes and infuse for 30-40 minutes. Take for 1-2 months in the afternoon and at night with 1-2 tablespoons. After course take a break for 15 days and the treatment repeated. You can also RUB the decoction on the head.

The root of tarragon 2 tablespoons minced root of Artemisia vulgaris (mugwort), pour 0.5 liters of kvass and boil for 5 minutes. Strain and take in bed till you sweat.

Tablespoon peony peony (root) chop and pour 3 cups boiling water, insist 30 minutes under the lid. Take 10-15 minutes before meals for 1 tablespoon 3 times

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Treatment of folk remedies can cause harm to the body?

As I understand it,the question of whether to harm MEDICINAL folk remedies that offer not doctors,and people who engage in treatment without medical education ?If so,then first understand what it is folk medicines.Include ALL herbal and natural remedies to this group incorrectly.Folk remedies are only those funds that are not studied in scientific medicine but used to treat .The doctor will never use(or recommend) an UNTESTED drug.But this does not mean that folk remedies need to declare “enemy of the people” and to prohibit their use.These tools need to learn ,and it’s done.In 1976, when the who (world health organization established a working group and its activities are focused on the study of traditional medicine).

Therefore, I am convinced that unexplored folk remedy MAY cause harm ,and considerable.In my practice there were such cases.Can you give an example.The person with liver problems have become dramatically worse,the disease worsened .The reason was “treatment” of vegetable oil on an empty stomach (upon the recommendation of the “healer”)Vegetable oil on an empty stomach, well not linked with liver problems.In another case, a cancer treated aviation kerosene than usugubliaetsia patient.(Kerosene and folk remedies can not be attributed,in the 19th century)was the precedent and the treatment of fungi causing harm. 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