Remember what you dreamed in childhood. Finish school, go to College, get married or get married, have children. And to learn how to drive a car, play the guitar, to travel the world and build a house by the sea. The dream changed, achieved and… drop when it comes to the disease.
Scenario, as a rule, standard discomfort, delaying a visit to the doctor, hospital and disappointing diagnosis. And as a solution to problems you are hooked on medicines and inviting on the operating table. Is it possible to rewrite this script? Yes! Visit the centre for Chinese medicine in St. Petersburg “Bai Yun” and dreams about a healthy life will become a reality.
How does Chinese medicine clinic?
Stepping into the center of Chinese medicine “Bai Yun”, feel the harmony and peace of mind. There’s not a hospital, from the word “pain” here begins the path to health and life without pain. White walls, cleanliness and hospitality. They are here to help each patient. And welcome everybody. You believe that to be treated – nice! Continue reading
The benefits of watermelon. Treatment with watermelon. Harm and contraindications
Hello, my dear readers! Want to continue the theme of fresh summer berries. Let’s talk today about what are the benefits of watermelon. And consider, what is the harm to human body this large berry, and whom it is contraindicated. Those green “balls” with appetizing red pulp quenches thirst in addition they can be healed from many diseases. But if you don’t know all the details of the use of melon in food and using it for medicinal purposes, it is possible to hurt yourself.
The benefits of watermelon
The flesh of watermelon contains a lot of useful elements. Thiamin, carotene, Niacin, ascorbic acid, it’s not the whole list of benefits of this berry. The antioxidants in watermelon have a positive effect on all systems of the body. In addition they are well clear of toxins, prevent cancer and many other diseases. Watermelon strengthens the immune system and stimulates the protective forces of the human body. Continue reading
African traditional medicine often represents the main and sometimes the only available treatment option for many people living with HIV in Africa South of the Sahara.
The first attempts to integrate biomedical and traditional medicine to assist people living with HIV were undertaken in the early 1990-ies, when the world health organization recommended the inclusion of traditional medicine in national responses to AIDS.
“People all over the world are actively sought by the Council to the biomedical scientists found important and traditional healers in the event of any physical, emotional and spiritual problems. HIV is no exception,” said Purnima mane, Director of policy, evidence and partnerships UNAIDS. “We have an obligation to provide people with access to the best medical care that they need and for which they appeal”, she added. Continue reading