The delegates of the firstworld conference on alternative medicine leave the Indian city of Cochin with promises to make every effort to promote Ayurvedic methods of treating diseases. Over four thousand delegates from different countries for four days discussed what place the five-thousand-year-old tradition based on the use of natural means of alternative medicine occupies in the modern world.
Famous doctors and scientists talked about the benefits of treatment without the use of chemistry and surgery.
Ayurveda uses herbs and roots such as basil, turmeric, garlic, ginger and aloe to treat physical and mental ailments. An integral part of this method is yoga. Continue reading
It has long been known that colors have a powerful and diverse effect on the human body. One color can arouse, another – soothe, the third – to relax, the fourth – to promote concentration. Based on this, in herbal medicine for the treatment of various diseases, plants of a certain color are used.
Red color, for example, warms, accelerates energy through the body. It can be used to treat skin diseases, circulatory diseases, and relieve inflammatory processes. For this purpose, meadow clover (red), digitalis, carrots (root), hoofed grass (flowers), lily of the valley berries, mountain ash and viburnum, adonis are suitable. Continue reading
American scientists conducted a comparative analysis of the antioxidant content in various fruits. The winner was cranberries. By the percentage of antioxidants of the phenolic group, cranberries exceeded all other fruits and vegetables.
The ten most useful fruits in terms of the presence of antioxidants included: the leader is cranberries, then pears, dark grapes, apples, cherries, strawberries, watermelon, blueberries, bananas, green grapes.
Previously, a similar “rating” was calculated for vegetables. But even the leader of the “vegetable ten” – broccoli is 5 times inferior to cranberries in the content of flavonoids. Continue reading