Lamb fat: benefit, harm
Lamb fat is most often used in Caucasian and Oriental cuisine. The Europeans, it is rarely used. This product is prepared from a rump (a special "bag" behind the special…

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Heel spur – treatment of folk remedies
The main symptom that determines the presence of the disease is a sharp pain in the heel, comparable to as if stepping on a needle or a nail. In principle,…

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10 most useful medicinal plants for your garden

There is no better way to use extra space in your home than the area of the garden where you can grow medicinal plants. And even if you live in an apartment, you can create a garden on the windowsill.

So what are useful medicinal plants you can grow in your garden?

If there is a medicinal plant with a hundred and one, that Aloe.

If one of your household burned, you can use a stalk of aloe Vera as a soothing remedy for burns.

In addition to treating minor cuts, burns and wounds, aloe is also good for treating eczema and reducing inflammation.

Did you know that this medicinal plant can even be taken internally? This plant grows well in the sun, so it is best suited for outdoor gardens.

2. Burdock

Also called edible burdock or Lappa burdock, this medicinal plant is often used as a root vegetable. In traditional medicine burdock is used as a means for cleaning the blood, as a diuretic and diaphoretic. 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