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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Medicinal herbs and plants, description, collection and use
MEDICINAL PLANTS The herbal treatment originated in ancient times. Information about human use of the healing properties of medicinal plants were found in the most ancient written monuments of human…

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therapeutic

Physiotherapy

The advantages of physical factors:

a) physical factors are elements of the natural environment and not add to the organism is nothing alien.

b) physical factors have sanogenic (health-improving) and homeostatic (balancing) action and have a coaching effect for prophylactic use.

b) complete lack of sensitization of the organism and toxicity.

d) good compatibility with drugs. In some cases, physical therapy potentiates and multiplies the effect of drugs.

d) has the effect of aftereffect. The specific effect of physiotherapeutic procedures is the prolonged aftereffect: long-term results of physiotherapy in most cases better immediate results.

e) treatment of physical factors does not cause pain or discomfort.

Applied therapeutic effects:

1) low-Frequency magnetotherapy

Therapeutic effects:

• immunomodulirutee;

• hypotensive, smooth muscle relaxation due to the muscle walls of the blood vessels and relieve cramps as a result of the normalization of neurohumoral regulation; Continue reading

Taraxacum officinale – medicinal properties, used in folk medicine

Dandelion

Taraxacum officinale – (ordinary) belongs to the family Asteraceae and is a perennial. Distributed throughout the former Soviet Union, except the Arctic. It grows in meadows and fields, groves, roads and near dwellings, as the well-known weeds.

Dandelion contains a bitter substance, taraxacin, insulin, saponin and vitamins A and C, so it is no wonder that this plant has a wide therapeutic use, especially in traditional medicine.

In scientific medicine used only dandelion roots, and even then, only to restore appetite, for relieving constipation, or as a cholagogue.

In folk medicine used as the roots and leaves of dandelion. In the spring, when the shortage of vitamin, consumed in the form of salads fresh young dandelion leaves.

In pulmonary diseases drugs on the basis of the dandelion are used as a good expectorant.

Dandelion heals the effects of diseases of the liver and stomach in particular hemorrhoids all inflammatory processes of the intestines and stomach. Continue reading