Medicinal plants on the windowsill
Many indoor plants have healing properties. They are used as valuable medicinal plants in their homeland. It is known that from Sudanese hibiscus raw material for the famous hibiscus tea…

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Traditional medicine of Chile
In Chile, according to different data there are from two to ten thousand traditional healers. These are so different because the official registration they don't. Among healers there are both…

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Traditional healers will be tested for professional suitability

Traditional healers take over. They have to prove their right to treat people. Thus the author of the bill, the Chairman of the Duma Committee on health protection Sergei Kalashnikov wants to protect people from charlatans. Will it help?

Members of the Public chamber offer to reduce the sale of alcohol. They believe that it is necessary to forbid to distribute drinks between 18:00 and 09:00. According to them, this will help to resolve the issue with the abuse of alcohol. How about this for an initiative?

The Finnish authorities have confirmed the arrest of Russian citizen Maxim Senaha on request USA.

Pisarev . So, talking about folk healers. Traditional healers decided to take control. According to the Chairman of the Duma Committee on health protection Sergei Kalashnikov, now very much in the field of folk medicine work of charlatans who claim to be hereditary healers. Continue reading

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

Can I combine Reiki with other methods of healing?

Some participants in the workshops possess a large Arsenal of therapeutic techniques, and then the question arises: can I combine Reiki with other means of healing? Our patients often ask if they can do Reiki while taking medicines while being treated at a regular doctor or during Spa treatments.

On this occasion we want to assure you that according to all available facts and results of studies of Reiki enriches and supports almost any medical form of treatment. Reiki always supports a biologically appropriate method of treatment for the body, spirit or soul. Reiki does not reduce the efficacy of medications, any other treatments of the body or the spirit or other medical procedures, but provides the body additional help completing your cleansing and harmonizing function.

However, there is one exception: during surgery under General anesthesia cannot be conducted with the patient Reiki session, because it may happen that the Reiki energy will prevent the expected effect of anesthesia. Continue reading

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Traditional Chinese medicine psoriasis
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…

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