Elderberry - a forgotten miracle
Oleinikova Ekaterina Vyacheslavovna Hereditary phytotherapist, folk healer In forest glades, quite often you can find a tall shrub with grayish-brown bark, opposite leaves and small white flowers collected in large…

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Medical astrological horoscope (p2)
Virgo - reasonable starvation, bowel cleansing is recommended. Follow the principles of dietetics (which teaches calories to add calories) is better than overeating at night. In general, these patients are…

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Medical astrological horoscope (p3)
Aquarius - in addition to the lower leg, the pituitary gland, cerebellum (an organ for balance) can disturb, because most aquarius tend to extraordinary acts, balancing act. Pay attention to…

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Alternative medicine

What does fennel cure? Fennel is a herb. In the people it is called “sweet dill”, “wild dill”, although this is not quite correct. Fennel is fennel, not dill, not cumin, not anise. Known since ancient times all over the world. In Russia, for some reason, it is not popular. Fennel is the most valuable medicinal plant, the range of its possibilities is unlimited (with some reservations). Fennel does not require special conditions of existence, it only needs the sun. Grows on roadsides, near sea rocks, embankments, in fields. Like everything beautiful in this world, fennel originally grew in the Mediterranean. In Greek, fennel will be “Μάραθο” {marathon}, named after the Greek marathon-Μαραθώνιος. The Greeks used fennel for weight loss. In China and India in ancient times, fennel was used as an antidote to the bites of snakes and Scorpions. It was used internally in order to promote rapid recovery of the body after intoxication.In the middle Ages, fennel was considered a magical herb for protection from evil spirits and ghosts. The grass was thrown over the front door, and the seeds were put in the keyhole. Spanish missionaries brought fennel to North America for cultivation in medicinal gardens. In California, fennel is called “wild anise”. Indeed, fennel contains a certain amount of aniseed oil. In many Asian countries, it is still customary to chew fennel seeds after a meal, as this refreshes the breath and improves digestion. In addition to the fact that fennel is a medicinal plant, it is successfully used for food (stems, leaves, bulbs, seeds). Italians and French as true gourmets consider fennel one of the best herbs. It is used for flavoring bread, cakes and other confectionery products. The history of fennel as a medicinal product dates back to ancient cultures. However, now they are finding new ways to use fennel in alternative medicine. According to recent research results, fennel acts as a memory booster. Scientists from India studied the effect of fennel in age-related memory loss on a group of people suffering from dementia (from lat. dementia-insanity, an acquired form of dementia, which is associated with the weakening of intellectual abilities and emotional component). The experiments were of a private nature, but they gave a positive result. This makes it possible to use fennel in the treatment of cognitive disorders such as dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. High hopes are pinned on fennel in the fight against infections. Turkish researchers have identified its ability to treat food poisoning. Separate studies have shown that under certain conditions, fennel is effective against Salmonella, thrush, and E. coli. Fennel extract has anti-inflammatory properties, can relieve joint pain. It is believed that fennel can protect tissues from exposure to toxic substances: glutamate and nitric oxide. These substances are formed in the human body during the inflammatory process. In folk medicine, fennel has long been used to treat a wide range of diseases: stomach problems, sinusitis, colic, periodic pain; bronchitis. Its application areas are constantly expanding. Perhaps, scientists will soon please us with new results of using fennel in medicine. It should be remembered that fennel seeds, leaves and roots are safe and edible. The essential oil extracted from seeds is toxic even in relatively small amounts (5 ml). Pregnant women should not use herbs, seeds, tincture, or fennel essential oil.

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