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Traditional medicine with SARS

SARS is the common name for several infectious diseases that cause viruses and occurs with lesions of the throat, bronchi, trachea and nose. In some cases, affects the mucous membrane of the eye. Most often the disease affects young children. This group consists of infections of adenovirus infection, influenza, rhinoviruses, parainfluenza and many others.

Infection accompanied by elevated body temperature, runny nose, watery. Lesions of the mucous membranes of the eyes and respiratory system.

Diseases spread from one person to another, in some cases from the virus carrier, the virus is released during sneezing, coughing, and talking. In addition you can become infected with the virus carrier using one utensil, towel and the like. It is better to prevent illness than then long to be treated — prevention of SARS with the help of breathing exercises Pranayama are effective enough.

So, what to treat the throat – knows traditional medicine:

Adults and children with SARS have as much to drink cranberry juice or iced lemon tea. They help to reduce body temperature and normalizes the General condition of the patient’s body. Continue reading

Homeopathy and alternative medicine

The system of scientific knowledge and practical measures used to detect, treat and prevent disease is called medicine. Conventionally, the medicine can be divided into two areas: traditional and non-traditional (alternative, non-classical).

Alternative medicine uses the knowledge accumulated by people for many centuries experienced by. The main difference between these two directions can be called that the approaches of alternative medicine are based on the assessment of the manifestations of the disease, and conventional medicine studies the mechanisms of diseases.

It is possible to allocate following kinds of alternative medicine: phytotherapy (treatment with medicinal herbs), urine therapy (external or internal application of urine of man or animals), aromatherapy (treatment using scents), acupuncture (acupuncture, acupressure), apitherapy (treatment with honey), manual therapy (a complex of biomechanical techniques performed by hand), hirudotherapy (leeches latch) and more. Continue reading

The benefits and harms of traditional medicine

Traditional medicines are very common in everyday life: almost everyone knows that honey, raspberries and garlic help against colds, plantain leaf helps to heal wounds, carrots and blueberries are good for eyesight. Open and traditions of folk medicine and used in medical practice for treatment, disease prevention and rehabilitation during the recovery period.

There are entire handbooks of medicinal plants and herbs used in certain cases, also based on natural done a variety of medicines and homeopathic. Widespread treatment of minerals (e.g., blue clay), seaweed, mushrooms, mineral waters and medicinal mud: this practice is known for many centuries and since antiquity, around the world there are many Spa resorts.

Disorders of the musculoskeletal system, various types of therapeutic exercises and physical therapy, developed by doctors on the basis of traditions of folk medicine. However, unfortunately, among the “healers” offering alternative therapies, a lot of charlatans having no special medical training, but also things like knowledge of anatomy and physiology of the human body. Some pseudoscientific practices, such as urine therapy (urine therapy), have very low efficiency, and in some cases even constitute a danger for health and sometimes for the life of the patient. Continue reading