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
Since the advent of the first man on the planet takes calculus treatment of diseases of folk remedies. It’s safe to say that thanks to mankind, folk medicine has been and will be the most popular in the world. The fact that most plants have medicinal properties, recognized in ancient Egypt and China. Herbal treatments were used by the ancient Greeks and Romans.
For centuries, the popularity of folk remedies has grown rapidly, and thus reached our days. At the present time a very large number of people after asking for help to medical institutions, the disappointment in the traditional methods of treatment and are forced to turn to folk medicine, which is a perennial form of healing, an incredible amount of ailments.
Treatment of folk remedies
The popularity of traditional medicine
Progress tends to be in constant motion forward. Humanity continues to evolve, and with it comes the development of science, medicine and all other fields. Every year people attack new viruses, diseases become more aggressive. To counteract such practices, the scientists developed new treatments, new drugs, the number of items which
is growing exponentially. Continue reading
To begin, let, synthetic vinegar was invented by the German scientist K. Hoffmann in 1898. However, this product, only natural, was known to ancient Slavs. In “Domostroi” stated his recipe: “After the wort syrup to make sour four weeks, or longer, on the stove, and put in the vinegar honey molasses with gribenko or more, Yes peas a little bit of wheat to add a little, and also put cranberries and oak bark, and sometimes iron.”
The most acidic
Avicenna wrote that the vinegar in the East they make from grapes, raisins, sugar, dates, honey, rice and other products. This natural elixir is a storehouse of vitamins, mineral salts, trace elements. I must say that the vinegar is the acid. It was used by the ancient Greeks, and the word in Greek means “sour”. He was a dear and valuable product: even Cleopatra prepared a special drink of vinegar, dissolving pearls in it and thus obtaining the elixir of youth.
So what is vinegar? It is the result of fermentation lactic acid bacteria and depending on the raw material is alcohol, wine, fruit, beer, honey. In stores we see vinegar in 3-, 6 – and 9% interest, this means that vinegar in 100g contains 3 g of uksousnokisloy, double vinegar — 6 g, triple — 9 g acid.
Earlier alchemists vinegar was extracted by dry distillation of wood (bark, branches, sawdust). Now, in addition to acetic acid, you get wine, lactic, malic, citric and other acids. So, tartaric acid is produced from special salt deposited on the surface of wine barrels, milk — sugar waste molasses, lemon from. sugar and synthetic malic is from coal. Continue reading