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Folk medicine, herbal treatment

We will tell You about the so-called non-traditional, folk medicine, proven by many generations of our ancestors. For millennia, these recipes are changed, perfected, and saved many, many lives, because until the beginning of the last century, the official medicine existed only in the cities. In the Outback all hope was at grandmothers-the wise woman, who all the pain held in my head hundreds of different recipes, carefully preserved folk memory. And city doctors often asked for help to Mother nature.

1. Be sure to consult with your doctor. His word must be the deciding factor when choosing a prescription.

2. Choose a recipe, carefully read the descriptions of the properties of the plants included in it, and especially contraindications. After all, if You hypotension, you chose to treat atherosclerosis recipe Japanese Sophora (which lowers the pressure), then Your treatment will take place according to the battered expression “one we treat, another hurt”. Choose the best suitable to You only the recipe to include herbs that meet the parameters of Your health.

3. Selecting a prescription, strictly follow the dosage, because even a slight overdose of the herb can turn the cure into a poison. It is, on this basis, we do not publish recipes containing poisonous plants (milestones, mushroom, Hemlock, etc.), although many of them really work wonders. Less toxic (celandine, cocklebur, etc.) occur in the recipes, but in their descriptions be sure to mention this. So again – read carefully all contraindications, and if you chose this recipe, in any case do not exceed the dose and duration of reception. Continue reading

Treatment traditional Chinese medicine

Considerable attention is given the treatment of Chinese medicine, which have reached our days almost in its original form. Traditional methods of Chinese folk medicine — the impact on the human body through the system of Wu Shu, qigong, acupuncture, massages, moxibustion — has not lost its value and now.

The principles and foundations of Chinese medicine.

The highest development of folk medicine has achieved in China. Chinese medicine originated in ancient times (5000 years ago).

Having learned the first principle of the relationship between certain phenomena of nature and man, the ancient Chinese doctors believed that the human body operates and lives under the influence of the same forces that prevail in nature.

It was believed that during the painful process necessarily involves the entire human body, and when there are changes in the individual body necessarily leads to changes in others. The doctors back then felt that the organism is not isolated systems, they all work harmoniously, and therefore “the healthy man is not only the one that hurts, but one in which spirit and body are in harmony. A happy person is a healthy person”.

According to the theory of traditional Chinese medicine, the normal functioning of the body corresponds to ravnovesiem processes of Yin and Yang, the loss of such balance and having the disease, and the disease is seen not only as a process of violation of the relationship inside the body, but also between the environment and organism.

So, it is a core tenet of traditional Chinese medicine is this: Continue reading

The main provisions of the Vietnamese respiratory therapy in the system Zongsheng

Vietnam respiratory system is based on two kinds of breathing: thoracic and abdominal. If abdominal breathing is using the diaphragm, the chest breathing through the contraction and relaxation of the pectoral muscles, lifting and lowering of the ribs of the chest.

Below we will consider the so-called “four-phase” Vietnamese yoga breathing, which is the simultaneous method of training the nervous, circulatory and energy systems of the human body.

As mentioned above, the basis of Vietnamese yoga are two types of breathing – thoracic and abdominal. Their combination will give you the opportunity to influence or lead by means of breathing processes of excitation and inhibition in the nervous system, which helps to improve blood circulation in the body and the energy exchange, will create the preconditions for disease prevention or treatment. In order to master the breathing techniques of yoga Vietnamese, it is necessary to osoitinta and relaxation of the muscles of breathing apparatus. The following two lessons-exercises will help you with this.

1. Without straining the abdominal muscles, the belly will viparita forward and shorten the muscles of the diaphragm, pushing it far into the lower abdomen. Avoid the mistakes many yoga practitioners: when the protrusion of the abdomen the diaphragm remains stationary. Of course, breathing is not carried out.

2. Shut off the larynx, shorten the muscles of the chest, lower ribs down, most gather in a stomach, lift your diaphragm together with the guts, liver, spleen and stomach.

Attention! During exercise the contraction of the muscles of breathing apparatus may experience some side effects, which should be prepared: headache, dizziness, rush of blood to the face and redness, the sensation of tightness in the chest, slow blood circulation. Therefore, it is necessary to master the system gradually, step by step. Continue reading