Imagine for a second that man has no hair. If it is male, it is still somehow present, but if it’s a girl, then imagination must be unique. But, actually, in life this happens, and, unfortunately, it is quite dangerous. Usually, hair loss is a sign that the person is developing a number of diseases that urgently need to treat. But, it also happens that such a phenomenon does not appear because of illness, but, say, by inheritance. However, no matter hair loss occurs from disease, or from a gene, the result is, in fact, one and the same.
Why am I experiencing hair loss?
Let’s look at the reasons why hair starts to fall out. We will not take into account the problems mentioned above, in particular, are diseases and genetic phenomenon. Plus, it’s much more common another problem is the influence of the surrounding environment. Of course, first of all, it’s the radiation. But we won’t talk about radiation, as it is in everyday life not high (unless you live in Chernobyl, or instead of the cinema love to go to the x – ray room). Continue reading
The hand or Soursop is the fruit of the tree graviola is often represented as the fruit of cancer. Let’s look into the beneficial properties annony – graviola simply
So, guanabana, also called Soursop or Soursop, is the fruit of a tree South of graviola.
Graviola grows in southern Asia, in Central and South America.
Collect guyabano – the fruit of the tree graviola not in ripped condition, and they ripen at room temperature.
Fully Mature graviola Soursop is very delicate and easily damaged, it is called sour tree.
Mature guanabo can be stored in the refrigerator up to three days. If the peel was black, don’t worry – guanaba remains edible.
The hand size can reach 15×30 cm and weight 3kg it tasted a bit like pineapple with a hint of strawberry.
In the southern countries Soursop or graviola guanabana often added to green tea or in the form of extract, or pieces of dried flesh. Continue reading
Medicinal plants and herbs
Of all the medicinal plants Contraindications to use of medicinal plants of Medicinal and nutritional value of food forests
Rules for collection of medicinal plants Calendar collection of medicinal plants General requirements when processing. Drying plants
It is well known that medicinal plants and herbs are an invaluable treasure of nature. Many centuries ago our ancestors used them for the treatment of various diseases. Highly appreciated for their nutritional properties that has found its application in many cuisines of the world. Since ancient times, has gained great experience in healing green parts of plants, rhizomes, roots, wild fruits.
The most interesting
Mushrooms of edible and poisonous Goji Berries Leuzea carthamoides
Mother-and-stepmother Ivan tea Hawthorn
Mad cucumber Thyme Salvia officinalis Continue reading