Folk medicine is not a panacea from any illness. However, it can provide substantial help in therapy if it is combined with traditional methods of treatment.
To folk remedies in osteochondrosis are mainly various lotions, ointments and other “medications” for external use. However, there are those that are used inside. The material from which are made these remedies, mostly plant – herbs, flowers, roots and So on are widely used and non-plant components – fats, bee products, etc.
It is necessary to remember always that only by means of traditional medicine to get rid of degenerative disc disease cannot. If you experience a deterioration of health it is necessary to consult a doctor. And it is impossible to apply non-traditional methods of treatment, if you have Allergy or individual intolerance to any of the ingredients means.
Local traditional medicines with osteochondrosis
Local means of treatment of osteochondrosis include ointments, compresses and rubbing. Recipes there are so many. The most effective ones are the following:
You need to take 1 tablespoon of flowers of wormwood and fill it with 300 ml of water (90-100°C). Infuse 1.5-2 hours. Then drain. The resulting infusion is liberally applied to gauze, previously prepared by the size of the patient area of the back. Twist to keep the liquid from dripping. The gauze was put on the back, cover it with oilcloth (can be cut from any package) and wrap a scarf, towel or any other warm improvised material. They compress need 2 hours minimum, but better to leave overnight. The course of treatment – up to 14 treatments. Repeat if necessary after 2 weeks. Continue reading
Laminaria is a seaweed, known as kelp, belongs to the brown algae. Particularly appreciated her for all the vitamins and nutrients contained in the seaweed easily digestible. The content is more than 40 vitamins in cabbage taken from the sea, helps to rejuvenate the body and prolong life. Regular consumption of seaweed slows down the development of sclerosis.
The healing properties of laminaria are prized in many corners of the globe. About its beneficial effects on the human body were known in Ancient China and Japan. Today, this exotic product is on the menu for everyone, who wants to be healthy.
Maritime occupant to 20 % consists of fructose, rich in polysaccharides. If we talk about the side effects from taking seaweed, they are not, if properly prepared and consumed seaweed in moderation. Famous seaweed antibacterial properties, its composition similar to the composition of medicinal mud, and is therefore suitable for the treatment of inflammatory processes of female bodies. Sea Kale can be bought in dried form, pickled and frozen in blocks, in this case it retains all its natural qualities, the less useful it is in the form of canned food.
Green or brown algae grows in the Northern seas and the sea of Japan large belts, reaching a length of 13 meters. Not everyone likes the taste of morganaposted, she smells of sea water, in this case, instead of salt sprinkle food powder from it. The scent becomes less noticeable, and the benefits are invaluable. In the kelp contains almost all essential amino acids (alanine, aspartic and glutamic amino acids) are not connected, they are well assimilated by the human body. Continue reading
Bolivia . on the Altiplano Catholicism coexists with the cosmovision of the Andean Indians.
The language of the Maha Huay evolved over many centuries, is a “secret language” which is spoken today only a few families of traditional doctors, herbalists, calavia . living in the Andes of Bolivia. Language Kallawaya is a means of transmission of ancient knowledge . are now under threat of extinction.
Calavia, herbalists Wanderers from the province of Bautista Saavedra, Department of La Paz, over many centuries have developed a “family language” of the tribes (ayllu), within which from generation to generation, passed on holistic healing knowledge. This language received the name mahah Huai or “language people”. Today, it is spoken of calavia eight families in the province, where the language of everyday communication is Quechua.
For the first time this language became interested in the colonies, administrators, and chroniclers, as mestizos, and Spaniards, testified to his “rarity”. Starting from the XVII century, it was widely distributed information about the existence of a special language healers-herbalists, who prepare medicine for the Inca kings and their entourage. Continue reading