Banana peel Popular recipes of folk medicine
Banana peel Banana peel can be successfully used in the treatment of certain ailments. Residents of the Central and Equatorial Africa dried peel of these fruits in a shaded well-ventilated…

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The system of pranic healing
Master Choa Kok Sui New practical solutions to the problems of life and health Effective technique, easy to learn and use. About the founder The merit of today's opening of…

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Folk remedies beautye

In the ancient times, it was our grandmothers and great-grandmothers chemicals to strengthen the hair. But the problem apparently still are, judging by the number of folk masks and recipes that have reached us. Everything created by nature, is fraught with useful qualities and properties. For centuries people have them examine and record the miraculous recipes. Why don’t we take them on Board? What could be better than people’s hair masks from natural ingredients?

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At all times thick hair signified the truth of beauty and good health. Not only the fairer sex, whose MOP of luxurious was the exclusive symbol of femininity, but also for men, the condition of the hair which also is important for a presentable appearance. And in this article we’ll talk about remedies for hair growth that are easy to prepare at home. Modern pharmacology offers an abundance of drugs, and cosmetology masks and balms based on chemical compounds. However, since ancient times known for the wonderful recipes for ostavalos from natural ingredients, medicinal herbs and plants, which not only accelerate hair growth but also make them thick and shiny. Continue reading

As Judaism refers to alternative medicine?

Shalom! I got the advice to consult a specialist to open “centers of energy” (mercasa energy). How Judaism relates to such procedures? And how to know that the people who are doing this? Sincerely, Anna

Answers Rav Yakov Shub

Thank you very much for Your question. You must know that many modern methods of alternative medicine and Wellness have their origins in Buddhism, Taoism or Hinduism. Therefore, using them in original form in most cases forbidden, because there are problems with idolatry. This applies also to the method of healing by balancing energy centers called “chakras”. However, in certain cases, if you are able to separate the health aspect from the so-called “spiritual” aspect, to use these methods of treatment will be allowed.

Here’s some General provisions, in some cases, there may be problems in terms of idolatry. These provisions apply to all methods of alternative medicine of this kind.

1. If during the lessons there are various images associated with idolatry.

2. If during class you must say various statements associated with idolatry, such as”mantras”, etc.

3. If the front of the room, where there are classes, it is necessary to worship. Continue reading

Chinese and folk medicine

Acupuncture with bloodletting

In traditional Eastern medicine are used so-called small bloodletting, which has some significant differences from the usual bloodletting, conducted by venesection or venipuncture superficial veins of the extremities. Show full profile… It features a wider range of indications, ways and methods of carrying out the procedure, a clear systematization of the anatomical regions of the body where it is held, low volumes of output of blood and a fairly stable clinical effect. In the Chinese version, the bloodletting — drip. It is conducted by injection of different combinations of active points of the meridians. In the Tibetan cupping — vessels are opened on a system of “inert channels” (the superficial veins) by placing small incisions on their front wall.

The choice of points and their combinations, as well as the selection of vessels for dissection based on theoretical concepts of Oriental medicine.

The features of traditional Oriental phlebotomy detect the presence of other, otlichnyh European, mechanisms of therapeutic action, due to the nature of the applied irritation and the methods of procedure. Continue reading