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Healing herbs of Arshan

I once had an opportunity to visit lake Baikal in the reserve Arshan. Arshan in Buryat “healing water”. Attitude to Arcanum, healing springs, the Buryats special. There, where the surface are mineral water, build places of worship, “about”, arrange prayer services. The village of Arshan is located at the foot of the Tunka bald mountains at a height of 893 meters above sea level. The forest is surrounded on all sides (pine, larch, spruce, cedar). The Tunka ridge height of 1800-1900 m incredibly majestic and beautiful, for which he received the name of the Tunka Alps. Vegetation and fauna of the Eastern Sayan mountains are extremely rich. In this truly unique place to grow herbs, taking all the power and purity of this area

Camel tail (caragana maned) . It is believed that this herb feels the soul of a person. Caragana bearded contains an essential oil, ascorbic and organic acids, flavonoids, sugars, resins, tannins and resinous substances, sterols.

Caragana bearded is used in various inflammatory diseases. The caragana bearded used for rheumatism, wounds, especially purulent, boils, fistula, skin diseases, including eczema, pustular skin diseases, acne, pyoderma, neurodermatitis and other dermatoses.

Sagan Gave. This is a unique and rare medicinal plant in Siberia. Translated into Russian, Sagan-Dali means “prolonging life”. According to ancient legend, the soldiers returning from a victory, sticking their spears in the slopes of the Sayan mountains, to give up the power to the ground. After some time on these places appeared, the plant is able to fill a man with strength and health. From the point of view of modern medicine, Sagan-Dali is a great tonic. Continue reading

Folk remedies of treatment of gastritis of the stomach

Diseases of the stomach. Gastritis and ulcer site about folk medicine: folk remedies, folk treatment, treatment of folk Medicines to strengthen the heart — SportsWiki encyclopedia High blood pressure (engage only after selection. the surge, forbid him the use of nicotine and alcohol. It is to attack pain in the heart that occur On our website You will find folk recipes for the treatment and prevention of gastritis, ulcer

Folk remedies, recipes a Collection of folk remedies treatment of various diseases and for getting rid of what are the folk remedies for the treatment of hair? Beer. Nettle. Egg yolks with castor oil rubbed into the hair roots. To wash your hair without shampoo. why do you have folk remedies? install cause of hair loss and treat normal proven methods herbal teas, sold at any drugstore and inexpensive Rinse out after “bathing” in the camomile infusions, to do it regularly Black bread raznostnogo mask of rye bread as a rinse aid in nettle broth to wash. I heard that nettle shampoos are very good for hair. chamomile solution is a program tool. well, at least someone else chooses folk remedies for the treatment! guillotine. The decoction of chamomile, burdock root, nettle. But in order not to bother, just wash your hair normal shampoo with balsam, I nravitsia.veter About VI. burdock oil, vinegar solution, ramashka, nettles, onions..in short, they are very good. many, in spite of what a treat! buy if there are dried nettles, obdi the boiling water, and then finely rostaci! zaley boiling water, then slightly cooled water, rinse them in the head! and it is better to buy a series of shampoos steam room! these are the same folk ways! not quite a folk remedy, but makes hair more beautiful, healthier, stronger – colorless henna. One tablespoon of onion juice mixed with 2 tbsp spoons of vodka. Continue reading

Alternative medicine: the pros and cons!

I think that for anybody not a secret that there are doctors who mistrust and biased toward non-traditional medicine . preferring traditional methods of treatment. And of course, there are patients who prefer to replace harmful traditional medications useful herbs. Let’s try to understand how justified the negative attitude towards alternative medicine!

Often, the behavior of people can not fail to surprise. When they fail the computer that they are taking? Grab the book “Self-instruction manual on the repair your computer”? Or leave him alone, hoping that he himself miraculously’ll get fixed and start working? No, certainly, these people turn to qualified specialists that they have repaired the computer, isn’t it? Begs the logical question: why are people so irresponsibly are the most expensive in the life of any person, to their life and health?

Why methods of healing they are looking for in the books of the “100 of my grandmother’s advice” or even going door to door-healers, or leave everything to the mercy, with the thoughts that someday you will need to go to the doctor? Why they believe that to fix the computer can only technically qualified experts at the same time self-righteously believe that you just are well versed in medical issues. Why come to doctors when the disease is in advanced form, when to return to health it is hard or almost impossible?

Every year increases the number of people who prefer sorcerers, healers, psychics and other homegrown healers, while ignoring the traditional forms of treatment. Many people collect various non-traditional recipes in the future safely recommend to friends and family, not thinking about the fact that their recommendations can harm your health. Continue reading

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