Application of Sophora japonica
A valuable medicinal plant Sophora japonica, in natural conditions it grows in many regions of South, South-East Asia and the Pacific Islands. Some of its species can be found in…

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Sugar Apple (Hanun scaly): useful properties and calorie
Read about the exotic fruit called sugar Apple (Hanun scaly) or on the Thai – Noi Na. How to eat, useful properties and calorie content. Also the damage from overeating…

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The use of medicinal herbs in cosmetics. Phytocosmetics

Today cosmetic companies have come to understand that all production of cosmetics based on artificial ingredients it is not fashionable and prestigious. To increase sales of shampoos, conditioners, creams, lotions, tonics and scrubs, they need to be made on the basis of natural components. Phytocosmetics is the cosmetics created on the basis of herbal extracts, the medicinal properties of which is enhanced artificially.

Phytocosmetics combines traditional medicine and the latest discoveries in the field of research studies in chemistry and biology. The concept of phytocosmetics is rather arbitrary. Because fitokosmetiki tool can be called not only a cosmetic preparation, produced on an industrial scale, but also masks, lotions, compresses and creams made at home. Herbs, vegetables, fruits, berries can serve as the source material. The advantage of phytocosmetics, cooked at home is the lack of preservatives and artificial fragrances, but the downside is their short shelf life. They should be used immediately after preparation.

Cosmetics . prepared on the basis of medicinal herbs, much closer to our body, because they are recipes passed down from generation to generation, so they combine as healing recipes and beauty secrets. Continue reading

Shamanism in Africa

Indigenous Africans shamans perceive as divine messengers. They believe that sorcerers can both help and hurt the whole tribe. In their power to control the weather, to punish enemies, to inflict diseases and misfortunes, and also to attract wealth luck, control human destinies.

One of the most famous shamanic religions in Africa is Voodoo. Its founders were the ancestors of the Yoruba living in West Africa. From there it has spread not only across the continent but beyond.

Followers of Voodoo believe that each of us has his spirit, called Orisha. Most of the representatives of the Yoruba live in the Republic of Togo, here is one of the largest shamanic markets products Voodoo.

In this retail outlet, you can purchase a variety of magic supplies that, according to their vendors that can harm the enemies, revive the dead or to doom him to torment the living.

If you get into this unusual place, before your eyes appear a series of bones, plants, severed heads of animals and other shamanic supplies.

African shamans preaching prepared a sinister Voodoo powder, which they call “zombie powder”. Continue reading

THE BASICS OF HEALING

Effects on these systems of the body.

MENTAL – Any action and effect on the body is reflected in our psyche

PHYSICAL

PHYSIOLOGICAL

The most important thing in treating any illness is to do the following

rules:

clear body/ intestine – laxative – enema, skin – bath, kidney – diuretic, liver – bile, negative to positive thinking, blood – activated carbon sorbent, light – cleansing and deep intensive breathing with cough and removal of phlegm /is held against starvation.

Change of reception:

water – flint, melt, charged

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The use of medicinal plants in diseases of the gastrointestinal tract
"I'd give three hundred years of his posthumous fame for good digestion if life" - so once said a famous French thinker Voltaire. Yes, it really is a big problem…

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Remove damage... How not to fall into the trap of "healers" and fortune-tellers?
57-year-old resident of Vaukavysk 6 months translated "psychics" more than 40 thousand dollars. The woman believed that they will help her family recover from alcoholism. This was reported by representatives…

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