In China inhabited by 56 different nationalities. So traditional medicine in unprecedented diversity.
Many residents of European countries believe that folk medicine is something close to quackery, or at best, a cultural relic of the past. However, in recent years more and more patients for whom Eastern medicine was the only hope of a cure. Where is the truth between these two opposing views? Perhaps a review of traditions of folk medicine of some Chinese ethnic groups will shed light on this question. Let’s start with the medicine peoples Sheng, Shui and Miao.
The representatives of the nation she live mostly in the mountainous regions of China, where flora and fauna are relatively scarce. People mainly live in villages and houses located far from each other, so in the event of illness or accident help you have to wait quite a long time.
That is why each family is a small subsistence farming, and medicinal herbs and roots are available in almost every home people prepare them for the future, in order to make an exchange with neighbors.
Often medicines are used in combination with such traditional for the entire Chinese treatments such as acupuncture. banks and various medical ointments.
The Shui nationality
Representatives of ethnic Shui resettled in the South-West of the country in the Sanshou-Soiskatelei County in Guizhou province. This region is rich in fish, rice, flowers and fruit. Fertile soils and a temperate climate with abundant rainfall ensures a huge variety of medical raw materials. Continue reading
In ancient Egyptian temples, the priests treated the mutations that were identified at that time those who emigrated from Atlantis. History of medicine ancient Egypt is striking in its perfection. Also corrected in the future this kind of disease in their children and grandchildren, who were born from women of Ancient Egypt. The question arises, is this the beginning of the known modern disease mutation?
It is known that the first wall paintings in the temples appeared in 1800 BC, which told about the treatment of diseases. On this basis, one may assume that before this time the ancient Egyptians did not hurt. But much earlier in Ancient Egypt has already conducted the operation of turning the corpse into a mummy, and this naturally required a certain knowledge in the field of medicine. Ancient Egyptian medicine was treating people very well, about as modern medical cures. One alternative historian argues that in this period was destroyed-the fourth pyramid, from the pyramid complex of Giza. There is a theory that the four pyramids were used by priests to recreate the balance between spirituality and materiality. And supposedly these pyramids could map the cosmic vibrations that emanated from Orion and Sirius. Thus, when one of the pyramids was destroyed, the priests had to find other methdilazine people. History of medicine ancient Egypt is full of secrets and mysteries, because it was brought to Egypt from Atlanta. Continue reading
Although pharmacology and very well developed in our day, herbal teas remain in the Arsenal of all Housewives as a healing tool. Medicinal herbs of the Crimea is much closer to the human body than drugs. Their therapeutic effect, though proceeding slowly, but with almost no side effects and is much longer.
In Crimea grows a lot of medicinal plants, name and purpose of which we list below in alphabetical order.
Adonis spring is used when failure of the cardiovascular activity and for repairing the nervous system.
Astragalus slackenerny in folk medicine recommended for cataracts of the respiratory tract, bloody diarrhea, gastro – intestinal disorders.
The Berberis vulgaris is used in the diets. The juice is used in inflammation of lungs, fever, coughing. Reveals anti-inflammatory, choleretic and diuretic effect.
The herbaceous periwinkle exhibits hypotensive and hypoglycemic basis.
Pimpernel saxifrage used in bronchial asthma, chronic gastritis, rheumatism, kidney stones. Juice removes dark spots.
Black henbane is applied with cramps, as an analgesic and a sedative.
Blocotenol Black is used as tonic. Continue reading