Learning the technique of deep trance meditation.
The basics of Shamanism, Clairvoyance, Healing and Magic In just six days, 12 hours, You can remotely (via Skype) to master the technique of clairvoyance . which is owned by…

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Growing medicinal plants on the original bed
When it comes to what to plant in the suburban area, as a rule, preference is immediately given to the vegetables, fruit, and sometimes medicinal plants. However, in moments of…

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Safest ways to clean the blood

In the spring most people spoiled skin. Out of the blue occur pimples and acne, aggravated psoriasis, furunculosis, dermatitis and seborrhea. There are a lot of reasons for this: vitamin deficiency, hormonal surge from the first, warm rays of the sun, the slagging of the body winter food, which is primarily fatty, and sweet mayonnaise.

What to do?

Cleaned blood the safest ways.

1.Lemon-honey drink . about which I wrote in the blog, cleanses the whole body: blood, lymph, gastrointestinal tract and skin. Boosts the immune system much better than any of Echinacea.

Recipe: a glass of mineral water (you can use plain, slightly warmed), a spoon of honey and the juice of 1 lemon. To prevent need to drink it once daily in the morning. If you want to be cleansed of capital, you can drink a liter a day, but not for long.

2. One of the most powerful herbal blood cleaners Bedstraw . It helps even when running forms abrasions, although the disease is difficult to treat. For acne especially. Continue reading

Useful properties and applications nasturtium in folk medicine

Nasturtium

In urban parks and private estates are grown quite unpretentious flower – nasturtium, otherwise known as Capuchin. Initially, the plant was common in South America and later came to Europe. Scientists comprise more than 25 species of nasturtium.

Looks like a plant

Nasturtium is a perennial or annual herbaceous plant with slightly twisted branching naked stem. Regardless of the type, the length can vary from 30 cm to 200 cm.

The leaves are lobed, thyroid or palchatorazdelnye. Flowers solitary, axillary, bisexual, sigamore. Have an irregular shape. The calyx consists of five petals and a spur at the base. Flower color orange, yellow, pink.

The fruit collection, consists of three rounded lobes wrinkled seeded. The plant blooms from June to August. The taste resembles the taste of capers, which are eaten as a spice. The stems and flowers of nasturtium have medicinal properties. Continue reading

Treatment of folk remedies of premature ejaculation.

Excessive sexual activity and premature ejaculation

Sex life, not going beyond the norms, helps with melancholy, giving cheerfulness and expelling accumulated delays seed harmful substances from the brain and heart; relieves pain in the kidneys, sometimes promotes the resorption of tumors arising in the groin and testicles.

Prolonged or complete cessation of sexual intercourse in men accumulates excess seed and having mental disorders and disorders of the heart activity.

On the other hand, sexual excesses inevitably leads to the weakening of the kidneys, premature aging. Indiscriminate waste of sexual energy leads to the fact that you have to spend a lot of effort to restore it. Besides, along with sexual energy is the elixir of longevity, because the sperm helps the body to maintain stability, increases vitality, supports the youth.

Premature ejaculation is ejaculation resulting from minimal sexual stimulation before the man so desires, and cause problems in sexual life. Continue reading

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Cinnamon - benefits and harms, the healing properties of cinnamon, contraindications
The Ceylon cinnamon tree or Cinnamon tree of the Laurel family, the cinnamon tree of the genus. This evergreen tree or shrub. Its cylindrical branches, leaves opposite, ovate-oblong, acuminate. Flowers…

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