Traditional Chinese medicine to improve erection
The benefits of Oriental medicine If we talk about the quality and effectiveness of medicine, in a broad sense can be divided into Western and Eastern medicine. Products of Western…

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When traditional medicine is harmful
One of the most prominent trends of the present can be called the rejection of "chemistry". People prefer tablets and the classical treatment of the infusions. Even skeptics, without realizing…

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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

The use of medicinal herbs in the bath

As you know, in the bath it is customary to whip people with birch brooms. It increases blood circulation, allows you to remove dead skin cells and stimulates new cell growth and is a great substitute for massage. However, this effect can be enhanced by using herbs.

Wormwood

Herbs in the bath can be used several ways, one of which is “typing” into the skin with a broom. It is known that many of our ancestors used wormwood for such purposes. This requires dried mugwort and grind a thick layer to scatter throughout the body. You can then whipping the man with a broom. Wormwood has a wonderful and healing effect for bruises, ulcers and wounds.

St. John’s wort

Also used in powdered form, scattered throughout the body. It is important not to forget about such things as the impact on birch twigs twigs of Hypericum. The essential oil of this plant have a positive effect for gout, and for the treatment of skin diseases and healing of minor wounds. Continue reading

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