In our time, when classical pharmacological medicine is not restorative, but rather destructive for the organism, come to the aid of a variety of alternative therapies.
It has long been believed that Chinese and Tibetan medicine the most advanced in the world and can heal 99% of all illness. (Unbelievable, but true: until the late nineteenth century, doctors used only traditional methods of treatment, and in pharmacies sold all purely natural not chemical.)
Therefore, we have tried to put together a really effective and most useful methods of influence on the body. Present our study of Oriental medicine:
Our office is a unique combination of methods of pulse diagnosis, homotoxicology, acupuncture, and massage! Allows you to define the hidden causes of diseases of the nervous system, musculoskeletal, cardiovascular, respiratory, digestive and urogenital systems, reduced immunity in frequently ill children, pain of various localization, tobacco dependence and other diseases.
The study of Oriental medicine focuses primarily on a variety of specialists trained in a variety of types of massage:
1.) Master Chen is a Chinese massage therapist (hostis southern China )
Chen is fluent in:
traditional Chinese point massage (reflexology) — a method of influence on biologically active points. The human body is a unified system in which the energy circulates along meridians, which are biologically active points, influencing on which you can heal people. Continue reading
“Since the beginning of the twentieth century ethnologists used to not too accurate use of concepts such as shaman, medicine man, magician or a wizard to define some entities, endowed with magical-religious powers and found in all “primitive” society. Since then, this terminology has extended to research in the field of religious history of “civilized” peoples. Say, for example, about Indian, Iranian, German, Chinese, and even Babylonian shamanism, meaning “primitive” elements in the respective religions. If the word “shaman” to indicate every magician, sorcerer, healer or mystic, mentioned in the history of religions and religious Ethnology, we eventually get a very complex and at the same time, an imprecise concept, the benefit of which is questionable because there is already the terms “mage” and “warlock” to refer to concepts as diverse as it is vague, such as magic or primitive mysticism.
Magic and magicians we see are almost all over the world, whereas shamanism is a particular magical “profession”, which we highlight in particular: “the taming of the fire”, a magical flight, etc. For this reason, though the shaman is, among other things, also a magician, not every magician can be defined as a shaman. The same applies to shamanic healings: each witch doctor is a healer, but the shaman has its own special methods. As for simanskiene of ecstasy, they do not exhaust all varieties of ecstatic experiences, recorded in the history of religions and religious Ethnology. Therefore, each ecstatic cannot be considered a shaman: the shaman is a specialist in trance during which his soul, as is commonly believed, leaves the body to ascend to the Sky or descend to Hell. Continue reading
Bearberry, or UVA URSI is a small evergreen shrub, native to Europe and the USA, which for many centuries was treated for bladder infections and kidney, urolithiasis. For medical purposes use the leaves, which contain glycosides (arbutin, methyl-arbutin), flavonoids (quercetin, isoquercetin, hyperoside, myricetin, myricetin), tannins pyrogallol group, organic acids (Gallic, ellagic, ursolic, malic, formic and protocatechuic and others).
Leaf extract has a therapeutic effect due to containing (10%) in the glycoside arbutin, which, under the influence of the enzyme arbutus is hydrolysed (decomposed) in the body to hydroquinone and glucose. Hydroquinone has an antiseptic effect and also as a result of irritation of the renal tissue has a diuretic effect. Another glycoside methyl-arbutin in the hydrolysis cleaves the methyl ester and hydroquinone.
The antibacterial effect of hydroquinone especially pronounced against Staphylococcus aureus (Staphylococcus aureus) and E. coli (Escherichia coli) .
Arbutin causes mild diuretic effect. The plant also has anti-inflammatory and astringent properties due to tannins (tannins).
The use of bear ears helps cleanse the urinary tract from bacteria and products of inflammation. Continue reading