Psoriasis is a chronic skin disease associated with accelerated cell division of the skin. Psoriasis suffer 2-3% of the world population.
In traditional Chinese medicine, the disease psoriasis is called silvery scales. To treat it apply only naturopathic treatment, such as therapy of acupuncture points (needles, moxibustion sagebrush cigars, cupping), massage.
Features of diagnostics
In traditional Chinese medicine instead of Western people diagnoses there are so-called syndromes, to determine the treatment strategy. Their shaped resemble names from the works of ancient Chinese poets and philosophers.
In order to understand the Chinese view of doctor patient, it is necessary to abandon the usual picture of the disease — diagnosis — treatment. The same pathology may from the point of view of Chinese medicine can be caused by different syndromes and therefore require different treatment strategies. Continue reading
How to care for oily hair at home
Luxurious, soft, thick, manageable hair can be a real wealth and pride of many girls and women. But, unfortunately, sometimes hair can give many surprises, one of which can become greasy hair.
They do bring their owners a lot of hassle. The owners of this type of hair are faced with the problem of daily shampooing, but by the end of the day the hair still gets greasy luster and unkempt appearance. Perhaps the only redeeming feature of these hair is that they can be subjected to any chemical perms because of the damage it will bring.
The use of special shampoos for oily hair does not give the desired effect and the problem remains. And here’s more good than advertised brands chemical composition, can have a traditional medicine. Learn how you can care of oily hair at home with traditional recipes of beauty, but also about the features of hair care in different seasons.
The gifts of nature to help oily hair
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In the midst of the season of gathering medicinal plants. But, it turns out that the most popular herbs of those that we brewed in tea or taken in the form of teas have side effects that can harm the health.
Do not confuse phyto-teas and herbal teas with normal tea. It is at least natural, but all the same medication, each of which has its indications, contraindications and side effects.
So whip cups as refreshing teas of mint or chamomile is not worth it. Safe dose – no more than 200 grams of broth per day. Try to stick to that.
Included in the top five of the sedative herbs. Relieves anxiety, irritability, increases efficiency, helps to focus. Is a mild antispasmodic. Continue reading