Almaty, 3 June. In Almaty in the toxicology Department do the victims of the decoction treatment on the basis of prohibited Aconite. This plant is known as Djungarian or Issyk-Kul root. The correspondent of TV channel “MIR 24” Maya Tenizbaeva went in search of a medicinal poison, found him on the market.
“Miracle potion” – so called Aconite sellers in the market. However, it is one of the most poisonous plants in the family Ranunculaceae. So, knowing this, and sell them under the counter.
Tincture of Aconite from merchants is $ 10, and a bag of dried roots of this plant can be bought for six. Next instruction – cures all ailments.
Annually from this “self-medication” die dozens of people. Since the beginning of the year in Almaty registered five cases of poisoning by Aconite, one fatal.
A branch of toxicology of City hospital emergency care Almaty Gulmira Toybaeva, said that the symptoms of poisoning in the first place, is a feeling of numbness of the oral mucosa and tongue. Then the numbness spreads to the whole body, repeated vomiting. And if not the timely medical help, it will cause cardiac arrest. Continue reading
Every people knows that the witch doctor is a healer . with a rare knowledge, a special power and gift. The healer heals with herbs and has a special books-manuals that are enclosed all the wisdom of their craft. This so-called “herbalists”, “manual” or “flower beds”. The medicine men collect herbs, and then prepare from them a special drug that cures various ailments and diseases. After all, only healers know what grass is, what ailments it helps. They know, for example, that wormwood relieves fever and fever, and St. John’s wort need to give those who are “suffering the stomach”.
Healers heal everyone: child, adult, and livestock or poultry. Those who are treating animals, kindly called “Konovalov.” But not only horses and cows free from various diseases folk healers. They don’t refuse and people. They also removed the damage in all its guises: the evil eye, the slander, the spell. Sometimes just helping with good advice.
Live healers on the edge of the village in a small clean house. Housing all of them full of herbs, twigs, bundles of mushrooms and bunches of dried berries. Here they can and guests to take, and treat. From people healers not hiding, but create around themselves mysterious halo, worrying and scaring people. Most often, the sense of deep mystery occurs when the witch doctor begins to whisper to pronounce strange words, making it confusing for the patient gestures or baptizing him. However, all these movements need only to spoken words was reinforced, and the disease is quickly gone. Continue reading
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