In reference books I couldn’t find any information about plants that are used for prolapse of the stomach. I have a few recipes gleaned from the experience of other herbalists.
5 tablespoons of crushed dried roots of erect cinquefoil pour a bottle of vodka, insist 12 days, give drink to polruki before meals 3 times a day. This kind of Potentilla, called galangal has anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, astringent, used in various internal bleeding. Helps and for prolapse of the stomach.
In diseases caused by weight lifting, and also the fallen stomach, before you eat eggs fried eggs, sprinkled with the powder of Valerian root, give to drink 50 ml of tincture made too dried roots of elecampane: 5 tablespoons per 0.5 liters of vodka. The steeping time 2 weeks. Eat eggs once a day, tincture, take 2 to 3 times before meals.
Of interest is the use of chicory: you take it the aerial part with leaves and flowers, 2 tablespoons pour two cups of boiling water, insist hour. Infusion take half a Cup before meals. But that’s not all. In each serving of infusion of a grass of chicory is added 1 teaspoon of juice of Veronica drug, alcohol, canned in 1:1. The infusion can be sweetened with sugar or honey.
Many of the plants – oregano, calendula, chamomile, thyme, yarrow, peppermint – relieves spasms in the stomach and quench the pain. Successfully combined with each other chamomile and yarrow – put a tablespoon per Cup of boiling water, insist half an hour, drink hot in small SIPS – disposable. Continue reading
January 7, representatives of law enforcement bodies of the Republic of Peru . said the death of a Russian tourist .
The dead body of a man found in a hotel room at the Platinum Palace in the district of Wanchaq Peruvian province of Cusco . Deceased citizen of Russia was called, according to preliminary information, Alex or Alexander Nikolaev.
– The death of a tourist has come about January 3, – commented on the tragedy, the representative of the local Prosecutor’s office, a specialist in working with tourists Manuel Mayorga .- The man was about 32 years old. In room 406 of Platinum Palace in Cuzco he moved on 3 January. Most likely, the same day he died. As far as we know, the man was going to go in the ancient Peruvian city of Machu Picchu . The exact cause of death is not yet known, but the body of the deceased Russian hasn’t found any damage.
According to local media reports, the Russian tourist Nikolaev has used one local drink that shamans use in carrying out various rituals.
Ayahuasca is a decoction that has a strong psychoactive effect. Probably, the tourist is poisoned this powerful tool. It is also noted that near the body found a syringe with an unknown substance. It is not excluded that the deceased could take drugs.
However, another version, the Russian tourist was a drug addict and near his body, the staff found the syringe. Continue reading
Traditional medicine is based on traditions and experience, which have survived from the ancient times. Especially effective are traditional methods of Oriental medicine of Southeast Asia and Oceania.
Many methods of traditional medicine are not accepted in traditional medicine. Even scientific studies cannot always explain the phenomenon of the abilities and effectiveness of therapeutic techniques of medicine men and healers. However, modern medicine and does not challenge the right to existence of such an alternative to its own technological and scientifically grounded methods. The main thing is that they do not hurt patients. Today in the sphere of international medical tourism more demand for medical and Wellness programs are being used for rehabilitation and restoration of the body, which are held on traditional Eastern techniques. They also apply for General strengthening of the human immune system.
Conventionally unconventional treatment methods are divided into alternative and complementary. Alternative therapy involves a complete refusal of standard therapy and the complementary — used in combination with standard treatments.
Today, alternative medicine is increasingly included in the curricula of even regular medical facilities and centres for recovery and rehabilitation of the human body, particularly in Asia and Latin America. Continue reading