At the present time the cultivation of medicinal plants on the site is becoming increasingly popular. This is mainly due to the fact that some herbs can be used in several purposes. For example, not only in medical, but also as a seasoning in cooking and for flavoring.
In the composition of plants is a complex of substances which, when ingested or on the skin have different effects — astringent, anti-inflammatory, tonic, soothing, etc.
These substances varied in chemical composition and belong to different classes of compounds — alkaloids, organic acids, tannic and mucous substances, fatty and essential oils, sugars, vitamins, volatile, resins, etc., for example, sugars (glucose, sucrose, fructose, etc.) play an important role in metabolism, promote nourishment of the skin, etc. Especially in berries and fruits.
Organic acids (citric, malic, oxalic, acetic, etc.) play an important role in metabolism. They are contained in the cell SAP.
Essential oils — aromatic volatile substances with astringent, anti-inflammatory, bactericidal, analgesic and other properties. Continue reading
Summer is a great time, we all have the opportunity to eat plenty of fruits and vegetables, including plums.
Plums can be of significant benefit to our body, but also can hurt. It is believed that the birthplace of the drain — West Asia, and it is well proven, it can be canned — and this credit is widespread, and fresh she has great taste.
And its therapeutic effect is well known in folk medicine. The mention of the healing effects of drain was found even in ancient written sources. In Europe was introduced by the Romans, and many doctors of the Roman emperors were preparing drugs and decoctions for their masters. Further Roman merchants contributed to its spread.
Beneficial effects discharge — medical advice
According to the statements of nutritionists — it is rich in vitamins, important minerals, and organic acids. Doctors it is recommended to use for gastritis with high acidity and gastric ulcer (drain reduces the acidity of gastric juice). Continue reading