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Muira Puama

Muira Puama (Muira Puama) – a small tree from the Amazon forest.

In folk medicine of South America, the plant is used as aphrodisiac and as tonic to the nervous system.

The history of the use of Muira Puama in medicine dates back several hundred years. She has always been a venerated Peruvian and Brazilian Indians. She was considered the most powerful means to stimulate male libido and have long been used by the Tupi Indians. VAPE the Indians called this plant “wil-saw-ATA” which means: “what makes soft solid”. Local residents used this tool as a powerful aphrodisiac – improves potency and libido, sexual aphrodisiac for men and women.

Already the first European settlers noted the special properties of Muira Puama and brought it to Europe. The first scientific results were published in 1925. Identified high efficiency Muira Puama in the treatment of sexual dysfunctions. It was later proven its positive effect on the nervous system and a regulating effect on the internal organs and systems.

Currently, the plant extract is widely used by doctors in Europe and the USA as a drug impotence and reduced libido, as well as for relieving stress, optimizing the functions of the nervous system,and especially the part that is responsible for the erotic mood men. As one 89-year-old shaman, “together Catuaba and Muira Puama can make a person young again”. Continue reading

Physiotherapy Health centre Baltezers

Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy – therapy by movement, includes a special technologies, remedial exercise and manual therapy. Physiotherapy successfully treats diseases associated with the locomotory system disorders, problems of bones, muscles, joints and ligaments. It relieves pain in muscles and articulations, restores or helps to keep a certain amount of motion in the joints, facilitates the course of chronic diseases. Physiotherapy is essential also in cardiovascular diseases and diseases of the lungs, after an illness to restore the physical endurance of man, to normalize breathing and heart activity.

In what cases can a physiotherapist help?

Physiotherapy techniques can effectively prevent or reduce problems such as:

movement disorders,

pain,

edema,

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Non-traditional medicine in Vietnam

Longan

The name of the exotic fruit the longan translated from Vietnamese means “dragon eye”. Its appearance really is somewhat intimidating, however, despite this, the fruits have excellent taste and have a very pleasant aroma.

The longan is an evergreen tree that has a dense and spreading crown, and belongs to the genus Nephelium longana.

According to some sources, the longan for the first time appeared in China. Currently this subtropical plant is often found between the elevations, it is able to easily migrate South of freezing to -3 degrees Celsius.

Although longan is considered to be a close “relative” of lychee, yet the fruits of these two plants differ. The longan they are small, on average reaching 2.5 mm in diameter and having yellow-brown color.

Now the longan is a very popular fruit. It is grown not only at home in China, but also in Indonesia, Taiwan and Vietnam. The name of this fruit comes from the Vietnamese province of the same name.

The flesh of longan is white and transparent. And through it is seen a dark red or black stone, round shaped.

Sheath that covers the fruit from top, is unfit for human consumption. It is very durable, but thin,and its color varies from brownish with spots to yellow and reddish. Continue reading

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