Chinese reflexology . with great effectiveness, is a worthy alternative to medical treatment. Based on the use of internal resources of the body, this practice can significantly reduce the list used in the process of treatment of medicines
The consequence is the reduction of the negative impact of chemical elements contained in the medicines on the human body. It is really an important factor, because all medicines, even the most effective, have side effects (that can not be compared with side effects of acupuncture ). In this regard, acupuncture in China is one of the main methods of healing, hence the traditional Oriental medicine is inseparable from the acupuncture.
The historical roots of acupuncture and Chinese medicine in General, is quite deeply rooted in ancient Chinese philosophy, according to which the whole body is permeated with channels of energy. Among the latest is called meridians. It is for the meridians in the human body circulates a special life energy Qi (history of acupuncture), which has physical, spiritual, mental and emotional components. Continue reading
In recent years, so-called alternative medicine, unconventional medicine are becoming increasingly popular.
At one time I had a chance to experience first-hand the effectiveness of this method, as Sujok therapy — in one embodiment, a non-traditional medicine. In just a few sessions I get rid of the chronic sinus infection that plagued me at that time for ten years.
Remember, as a doctor who offered treatment to my statements that I do not believe in such methods, said, “Faith certainly helps in any process, but in this case, Sujok therapy is not just theoretical methods, and practical therapy that have proven effective in the treatment of many diseases”.
So what is this method and where they come from?
Sujok therapy is one of the areas of acupuncture, a method which is based on the effects of certain biological active points of the hands and feet. Translated from Korean su – brush, Jok – foot.
This type of therapy was developed by South Korean Professor Park Jae Woo in the eighties of the twentieth century. Continue reading
One of the exotic types of nuts is the Brazil nut. It is most common in South America, mainly in Brazil and Peru, Colombia and Bolivia, and a number of other countries. The most productive is Bolivia, despite the fact that Brazil is the birthplace of these nuts, and the name was borrowed from there. These nuts are grown and culturally – plant the plantation, then gather the nuts, and in the wild, i.e. harvesting takes place in plantations and natural areas.
By the way, that the wild plots the yields of Brazil nuts is much higher. This is motivated by the fact that pollination by bees occurs more in such areas than in specially cultivated areas. The trees of Brazil nuts is truly impressive, as their sizes can reach 40 meters in height, and of such size, harvesting is substantially more difficult. However, this tree has a long period of life, and therefore their fertility is also high.
The fruit of the Brazil nut is very interesting. So, grow on trees the nuts are of round shape, the size of the palm (by the way, looks like a coconut). And inside this fruit is fully Packed already a little nuts, which, in fact, after cleaning and are productcompare. Continue reading