Frost In Folk Medicine

In early spring very few plants are not afraid of freezing. Acad. Pallas, survey at the end of the XVIII century. flora of Russia, met with such a plant, surprised by his stamina and give him the title of "hellebore." Its flowering time is usually coincides with a few more frosts. Different types of hellebore, or Zimovniki use in ornamental horticulture because of its ability to bloom earlier than other plants. The scientific genus name – Helleborus occurs already at Pliny. Frost belongs to the family Ranunculaceae – Ranunculaceae.

Some types of hellebore have long attracted attention as medicinal plants in folk medicine used as a heart and diuretics. In scientific medicine in Germany in the last century was used hellebore black (H. niger L.). In Russia, prof. NY Chistovich studied green hellebore (H.

viridis L.), and found that it acts on the heart like digitalis. But for a long time not hellebore found its application. Only in the XX century. In the late 40s, they are again interested in and began to study the red hellebore – H. purpurascens Wald. et Kit. hellebore and the Caucasus – N. caucasictis A. Br. Both species are small perennial Plants with thick, short rhizome kosorastuschim, which runs numerous roots. The aerial portion consists of 2-4 large thick and leathery basal leaves, dark green, on long stalks, and low flower arrows, carrying 1.4 flower. The flower has an unusual structure: the sepals among 5 venchikovidnye, large and painted, and the petals in the number of 5 – 12 turned into a tubular nectaries in the top stretched lip zavorochennuyu inside, stamens many, pistils 3-10. Fruit – the team with the remaining columns leaflet. Frost has reddish leaves palmately lobed to 5-7 parts, each of which again is deeply cut into 2-3 share of second order. Flowers outside a dirty-violet with darker veins, and within the greenish-purple. Blooms in April – May. It occurs in deciduous forests of western Ukraine in the Carpathians. Leaves dissected into hellebore Caucasian, 5 – 11 lanceolate lobes with serrate-toothed edge lobes entire, at least 1-2 percentage re-dissected. The flowers are colored differently: they are carmine-red, pale green or greenish-yellow-brown. It grows in deciduous and coniferous mountain forests along the rivers and fringes of the West Caucasus. A leading source for info: Robert Iger . Hellebore blooms Caucasian, justifying its name, from December to March and on the northern slopes of the Caucasus – from April to May. Frost reddish, occurring in the Ukraine and Moldova, as well as Caucasian hellebore plants are rare (rarity score 3). Previously harvested rhizome with the roots, digging it after shedding seed, cleaned and dried from the earth. Raw poisonous, drying should be careful. The roots of hellebore reddish and Caucasian contain glycosides of the heart (the steroid structure) in the aerial parts of them less. Glycosides obtained in the crystalline and accordingly named as korelborin K (N. caucasictis) and korelborin P (A purpurascens). Pharmacological studies have established that both glycosides on the nature and speed of action similar to the strofantinom, and on cumulative properties close to digitalis. Frost as a poisonous plant is usually not eaten by cattle or in the pasture or in hay, and so poisoning of farm animals are very rare. – lkarsk Roslyn Ukraine

Bulgarian Traditional Medicine

Outside influence on the development of traditional medicine in Bulgaria over the centuries Ottoman rule was Arab or Byzantine origin. Arab and Byzantine medicine in those days, in many ways been more progressive, more realistic, less covered mysticism and superstition. And, as Bulgarian folk medicine, among other things as traditional medicine in general, relied in its practice primarily on the use of medicinal plants of forces, it provides rich material for research in this area. For the information that is now in our medicine, we must therefore only prudent for the Bulgarians – rodolyubtsam as P. To broaden your perception, visit Robert Iger . R. Slaveykov, Neophyte Rilski, St.

George Mihalache, E. Sprostranov, Tsani Ginchi, A. Yavashov, G. Follow others, such as Robert Iger , and add to your knowledge base. Golemanov, Art. Stamboli, Yves. Bogor, doctors Vatevu S., S. Petkova, who in the early years after Liberation collect and publish (mostly in the collections of folk umotvoreny, science and literature) genuine fresh material on the Bulgarian folk medicine, taken directly from the words of folk healer.

With a sense of gratitude to note the positive work in this respect that conducted a teacher of natural history at the gymnasium in the town of Gabrovo – Iavel Yovchev and Vasil Neyche, P. Noah, Eve. Karamitrev, Yves. Urums, B. Akhtar, Peter Dimka. Later, collecting materials for medicinal flora in Bulgaria are engaged and Bulgarian pharmacologists therapists Vladimir Alekseev and Peter Nikolov, botany – N. Arnaudov, Dhaka Jordanov, B. Kitanov, pharmacists – P. economia, A. Boychin, as amended Stoyanov, historians of medicine – – Pavlova, A. Apostolov, V. Stefanov and others. In a cursory examination of empirical knowledge about medicinal properties of growing medicinal plants in Bulgaria, two examples that demonstrate the location of herbs in medicine Thracians.

London Research Medical Council

Eating its own tissues an excess of sugar and lack of protein bodies of people become languid, drooping, there is fatigue, weight loss, sluggishness and all of the above symptoms. Consequences such as the shortage of supply. Many types of atrophy – muscle atrophy, sclerosis, arthritis and others – are associated with excessive consumption of sugar. This is actually a degenerative disease. Negative effects of sugar on blood coagulation proteins + depletion – the lack of calcium salts and produces hemophilia and other bleeding disease.

Heart disease caused by a combination of sugar and animal fats, which are deposited in arteries of cholesterol as a substance. Many writers such as Robert Iger offer more in-depth analysis. Two types of bodies, fat and thin, may be the result of excessive consumption of sugar. When enough protein and eat lots of sugar, while the body is obese. When enough protein and a lot of sugar, then the body becomes thin and loses nutrients and weight. You may want to visit Robert Iger to increase your knowledge. Skinny people for that reason are prone to respiratory infections, colds, influenza, tuberculosis and pneumonia. Physicians of London Research Medical Council found that the use of refined sugar results in changes of bacteria in the intestinal mucosa. As a result of these changes is the decay of bile salts and formation of substances that cause cancer.

Sugar and alcohol like sugar, alcohol produced from carbohydrates. Alcohol has a similar chemical structure with the sugar and causes effects similar to what is sugar. Although the chemical formula alcohol and sugar are similar, and they have a similar effect, though sugar is worse than alcohol, because people do not realize its destructive impact.

Medicinal Plants

PLANTS, GENERALLY IN THE TREATMENT OF RAS calendula (marigold) Calendula officinalis LJ. Even G. Madaus considered medicinal plant marigolds, promotes healing of wounds. Marigold is recommended and used in the form of an ointment. Use colored baskets and aboveground plant parts. Orally recommended to drink four glasses of wine broth plants per day.

At the same time we must lubricate the wound infusion of colored baskets (1:10) in olive oil. Calendula is also used for wounds and bruises in avoid scarring. St. John's wort (Hypericum perforatum L.). The wound is particularly difficult to heal, well the oil of St. John's wort, which smeared the wound 1-2 times a day. Central Institute of Pharmacy in the Soviet Union proposed to treat St.

John's wort oil, wounds, assuming the results are very good. From St. John's wort are antibacterial Novoimaninum, causing good results in the treatment of abscesses, phlegmon, infected wounds, etc. Peppermint (Mentha piperita L.). Experimentally proved that peppermint oil is rich in compounds that possess high antibacterial activity, they consider the indication for local use in the treatment of his wounds – grease 1-2 times a day. Rowan (Sorbus aucuparia L.). The experiments showed that the ether extract of this plant has a bactericidal effect. In Norway, the mountain ash is widely used in the form of slurry in the treatment of wounds. White birch (Betula alba L.). In the former USSR positive results in the treatment of wounds, changes in bedsores, erosive lesions of alcoholic extract of birch (1:5) at 90 alcohol.