5 medicinal plants that can be grown at home - Step to Health
No matter whether you live in a big house or a modest apartment, medicinal plants can be grown all year round. It is sufficient to allocate space for multiple pots…

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Unconventional cancer treatment
Unfortunately most people are lazy by nature and prefer to be in ignorance and inaction regarding their own health. This is especially true of emerging diseases, such as cancer. The…

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Fighting hair loss: overview of causes and treatment of folk remedies

For starters touch upon the origins of such annoying problems: why thins our hair?

The hair loss there are a number of reasons:

In diseases of the scalp and the hair delay change, and the loss becomes noticeable. You need to hold treatment – to treat the underlying cause of hair loss, contact a dermatologist and only then use a variety of restorative remedies.

Poor diet.

People who faced hair loss problem, you should seriously reconsider your diet: don’t “lean” on fatty and spicy dishes. Healthy food never hurt anyone, and fast food, irregular eating and other “poleznosti” for the digestive system will affect the whole body. Be sure your daily diet includes a complex of vitamins and minerals, especially silicon, calcium, zinc if not enough of the last, the hair becomes dull and rough, split ends, falls out. Continue reading

Herbs

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.

IMPORTANT!

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.

Melissa

Included in the top five of the sedative herbs. Relieves anxiety, irritability, increases efficiency, helps to focus. Is a mild antispasmodic. Continue reading

The use of medicinal herbs for various diseases

Bowel disease can be treated:

1. Astringent, anti-inflammatory: Calamus, pomegranate, knotweed, Highlander green, St. John’s wort, nettle, calendula, viburnum (bark, color, fruit), sorrel, oak bark, bloodroot erect, walnut (leaf), plantain, chamomile, stems alder, yarrow.

2. Enveloping: marshmallow Root, starch, oats, rice, blueberries, cherries.

3. Antibacterial: Calamus, barberry, St. John’s wort, calendula, bloodroot, onion, plantain, wormwood, agrimony, Rowan black, eucalyptus, celandine.

4. Amplifying secretory activity of the digestive glands: Centaury, cabbage (juice), dandelion (root), plantain, yarrow, Tripoli.

When excess gas, loose stools should be used – carrot, solution 10-15% of cinnamon, a decoction of oat straw, cloves, bloodroot, Bay leaf, apricot pulp, yarrow. Continue reading