Physiotherapy
The treatment of many diseases does not necessarily mean an abundance of medicines and complex medical procedures. Often the treatment is much more effective than physical therapy, the side effects…

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About Chinese folk medicine "Show me your tongue!" is that for thousands of years the first thing patients hear from doctors. And no wonder: the examination of language is one…

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Medicine Of Ancient China

China is the oldest civilization, numbering about 6 thousand years. For centuries, China has surprised Europe for its outstanding achievements and discoveries hundreds of years before Europeans, the Chinese invented paper, compass and gunpowder. Chinese silk was famous in the world and was fabulously expensive.

Traditional Chinese medicine is unique because the thousands of years China was in isolation – the rulers of China did not recognize the foreign intervention. What are the methods of treatment, we took from ancient Chinese medicine?

Congee, anciently used as food by the Chinese. Rice slippery fluid lubricates the walls of the stomach, has beneficial effects on the digestive tract, reduces the risk of gastritis and ulcers of the stomach and intestines.

Especially popular in China soy products. The ancient Chinese did not drink cow’s milk, prepared butter and cheese. Animal fat is very harmful to the body because it contains a huge amount of “bad” cholesterol, from which the formation of atherosclerotic plaques. In China it is customary to drink milk and tofu – these products are made from soybeans. In China, the lowest number of strokes and heart attacks worldwide. Continue reading

The peanut benefit or harm

In the “Kingdom” of nuts this nut is the hazelnut (the fruit of the hazel). And the rest

The historical birthplace of peanuts — Brazil. And there it is also know as monkey nut. What is a peanut? It’s not a tree or even a shrub and annual herb with bright yellow or orange flowers. The fruit forms below ground. They look like fat pea pods, each containing from one to three-ninety-five beans. Hence another equally famous name of peanuts — peanuts.

Peanut seeds found fatty oil (53%!), composed of glycerides of arachidic, stearic, palmitic, oleic, etc. acids, protein (37%!), starch, sugar, vitamins, (especially many in the peel of seeds), E, Pantothenic acid, Biotin. In 1957, a French scientist, Professor Boudreau, who suffered from hemophilia, found a beneficial effect of peanuts on your body. He found that when the ingestion of ground nuts in their raw or lightly stir-fried (or oil them) in the course of two days stopped hemophilic bleeding.

It is also known that the doctor I. Z. Akopov recommended hemophilia patients to eat 50-150 g of peanuts 3 times in Denisa half an hour before meals or drink 1 tbsp of peanut butter with the same frequency, without canceling the medicines prescribed by the doctor. There is evidence that the grains of peanuts is effective in the treatment of children suffering from hemorrhagic (blood disorder in which there are sharp decrease in its coagulation and multiple hemorrhages) and exudative diathesis. Continue reading