Psoriasis treatment in China
Psoriasis treatment in China is based on the use of specialists complexes of various effective means. Primarily, they consist of techniques of traditional and folk medicine. Treatment of psoriasis in…

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Traditional recipes of beauty at home - skin rejuvenation of the face
Traditional recipes of beauty Talking about beauty, the question immediately arises about health and want to find out which traditional recipes of beauty will help in its maintenance. Because basically…

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Healing: The Basics ( Vultur)
Healing is a complex area of magic, which implies bioenergy, remote, essential or ritual treatment of different levels of energy and physical body through the subtle plans, in conjunction with…

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Top 10 myths of folk medicine: being treated without harm

Faced with the malaise, people rarely go to the hospital, relying on pharmaceutical and grandmother’s experience. And as the popularity of traditional medicine over the years has not diminished, we decided to investigate the effectiveness of 10 classic recipes to treat colds, bruises and burns.

1. Tea raspberry helps with colds

Drinking plenty of fluids for colds – one of the main conditions for a speedy recovery. Although science does not have official data on that raspberry jam is able to cure SARS, worse you won’t get.

Raspberry contains salicylic acid and has antipyretic properties, because at the temperature of 37.3 – 37.5°C will be much more appropriate powders and tablets.

2. Mustard foot bath relieves symptoms of SARS

Alas, to stop the development of viral infections using heat treatments will not work, because the use of baths with mustard in the people greatly exaggerated. If you decide to use this method, immediately after put on warm socks and wrap feet with a blanket, otherwise, a drastic cooling of the body will bring only harm. Continue reading

The history of the concepts “traditional” and “folk” medicine

Traditional medicine – the concept is quite broad and historically more ancient. It includes a set of tools and techniques of folk healing, developed as a result of empirical experience throughout the history of mankind from the dawn of man (2 million years ago) till our days.

At the dawn of mankind, in primitive times, healing was the collective activity of all the congregation – truly a people’s medicine .

Folk medicine – age of man on Earth. Wrote L. Morgan, E. Taylor, R. S. Solecki, V. P. Alekseev and many other researchers of prehistoric culture. Moreover, traditional medicine is a universal phenomenon; it existed in all periods of human history, all peoples of the world. Her experience is multiplied thousands of years, passed down from generation to generation, were kept in a circle of initiates, evolved some and destroyed others. It is not down to us all sing glory and power, – much has been lost, destroyed, forgotten on the thorny path of history, because the evaluation of traditional medicine for centuries has been mixed: from admiration to oblivion. Continue reading

Herbal medicine – Clinic HEADQUARTERS-Honey

Herbal medicine

Phytotherapy is the use in medical practice of herbal medicines.

It is worth noting that the use of herbal medicines covered in this section solely from the point of view of classical medicine and traditional folk medicine and especially to healing any relationship has.

The use of plants for the treatment of certain diseases of mankind began at the dawn of its development. For many centuries the trial selected those plants which either independently, or in combination with other were able to exert a therapeutic effect in specific diseases. This experience has been preserved, expanded, systematized and passed down by many generations. Since the systematization of medicinal herbs for specific diseases actually originated from modern pharmacology. A huge number of modern medicines obtained by chemical synthesis is analogous to the biologically active substances produced by medicinal plants and herbs are very widely available in pharmacies both in the form of monotherapies, and in the form of a multicomponent medicinal mixtures, salves, ointments and other things. Continue reading

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Pranic healing.
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Traditional healers are included in the response to AIDS
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