Thai medicine: traditional recipes of beauty
Well, what woman does not dream of a pure and elastic skin, thick and shiny hair? The fair sex are making sacrifices to achieve these results. But there are folk…

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Thai medicine: traditional recipes of beauty
Well, what woman does not dream of a pure and elastic skin, thick and shiny hair? The fair sex are making sacrifices to achieve these results. But there are folk…

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Magic jade – the people’s medicine

The name of this mineral “jade” dates back to the time of the conquest by the Spaniards of Central and South America and literally means “lumbar” stone piedra de ijada . as in the medical purposes it is applied on the lower back. But jade was a sacred stone and was valued more than gold not only Indians. According to the Chinese, jade was the forerunner of all gems, which creates in its bearer and people around him are five main virtues: mercy, modesty, courage, justice and wisdom. In the East it is believed that jewelry with jade store owner out of trouble, bring us emotional release and is able to make him happy, and clutched in his hand a piece of jade will help a lucrative trade deal.

The healing properties of the stone are described in considerable detail in Chinese “Health encyclopedia of herbal treatment is the Tang dynasty” and in the “Encyclopedia of herbal treatment of Zhang-But” . The mineral has healing properties due to its remarkably balanced chemical composition and unique physical properties. This is a very durable stone, and the same fortress it attaches to the body and spirit.

The color of jadeite can be white, green, yellowish-green to emerald-green, sometimes black, pink, brown, red, yellow, purple, blue.

Bright green color is created of primesyami, a lime-green iron. Long weathering leads to the appearance of the surface boulders of jadeite with bright red or yellow color is due to the transition of divalent iron to trivalent. Continue reading

Meltwater: the benefits and harms

Melt water is already very long been used in folk medicine. Its relatively easy to get; you do not even need to wait for winter, enough to freeze some water in the freezer and then thaw it. However, to use it should be properly and wisely.

How to cook melt water?

To do this, it must first recruit and filtered. You can boil, but not more than once. Water from the spring or the key, of course, much more useful both for therapeutic purposes is more suitable, but in the absence of her ideal and water.

Thin crust that appears when you freeze, you need to remove, and then promisit water again, until the end. The remainder, which will not have time to freeze, it is better to merge: there are harmful substances.

The resulting ice should be rinsed with clean water and melt before applying inside.

The use of melt water

Its structure is meltwater different from the usual, in connection with which such water strengthens the body and helps the internal organs. It has disinfectant properties, it is capable to bring the body of harmful substances and salts, accelerates the water-salt metabolism. 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