Capulin: description, useful properties and contraindications
Capulin (lat. Prunus salicifolia) is a small deciduous tree of the Plum kind, belonging to the family Rosaceae. Height reaches 15 meters. Distribution capulina Native plants considered to be Guatemala…

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Medicine of ancient Egypt
Knowledge of the ancient Egyptians in the field of human buildings were high enough. They knew major organs:brain,heart,vessels,kidneys,intestines,muscles, etc,although not subjected to the study. These information Egyptians have received from…

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Hawthorn: useful properties and recipes of traditional healers

Drink hawthorn is useful – have no heart disease!

Hawthorn is a very valuable food and medicinal plant, which in Greek means “strong”. Having a strong and very firm wood, it can live several hundred years, bravely enduring all the adverse conditions of the environment.

Since ancient times traditional healers known beneficial properties of hawthorn, which was used for rheumatic pain and restore the nervous system. Despite the fact that since then a great amount of time, this green healer continues to enjoy great popularity not only among its practitioners but also among specialists of traditional medicine.

Description and chemical composition

On the territory of our country there are about 50 species of plants that grow almost everywhere except the far North. Continue reading

Treatment of gastritis propolis – how to make, use and contraindications

Propolis for gastritis: use, contraindications

People who have problems with digestive tract often suffer a lot of discomfort – pain in the peritoneum, the discomfort caused by heaviness in the stomach, heartburn and a number of other unpleasant consequences. In such cases, any tricks are good, starting with medication and ending with traditional methods, among them the treatment with propolis is not the last role.

The use of propolis for gastritis

Propolis – a product of beekeeping, a bee glue brown or greenish color. He has a bright specific aroma, bitter taste with quality and a wide range of use. Unique healing properties of propolis make it effective with a large number of diseases.

The several benefits of propolis for gastritis are:

Anti-inflammatory effect;

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Trichinosis, treatment

Trichinosis is an acute helminthiasis. characterized by fever, rash, swelling of the face and muscle pain.

The causative agent of trichinosis . his species and strains. The disease is caused by the species Trichinella spiralis, a small viviparous nematode .Scientists have done a lot to explore the relationship of host and parasite in the trichinosis, that describes the final stage in the transmission mechanism of invasion – rooting it in the host organism. O. A. Berezantsev thoroughly explored the relationship of intestinal Trichinella to the intestinal mucosa, the ability of their larvae to suppress the reaction of the leucocytes and to induce the formation of host protective capsule.

Trichinae may exist in nature with the participation of several host species. Installed strain differences of Trichinella isolates from hosts of different species. N. N. Ozeretskovskaya, who described a number of outbreaks of human trichinosis, drew attention to the fact that people from infected pork meat, the disease occurs with a short incubation period, pronounced by the clinic and moderate organ damage, and contracted from bear meat – with a long incubation period, moderate clinic and severe organ damage. Continue reading

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…

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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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