At first I wrote “Who is to blame?”,now started writing “What to do. of course. The basic idea in “Who is guilty?”- this is our fault. Having fun with culinary delights, we almost destroy part of the immune system that we get from plant food. I noticed that my friends read my works, do not understand the matter at hand. So I’ll write, just what and how I did. Because I found that my nose fungus, I began to pick up herbs with antifungal activity, began with the infusion of colours of a chestnut. Then come on ash leaves and ivy, then the celandine, the aspen bark. Did infusions half 200ml cans chopped fresh leaves or bark filled to the top with boiling water and drank 35 ml, 3 times a day, and this infusion was buried in the nose:3 times a day 3 drops in each nostril, 3 times with interval of 3-5 minutes. If the grass is dry we poured on the floor is not’ the EMA, and a third. Eventually decided that boiling water is unnecessary and insist on cold, boiled water. insisted, still 20-40 minutes. Herb took a one-week course, week one grass, week another and so on. So I treated your “vasomotor rhinitis” sinusitis, incidentally, which the doctors could not see, as it was absent in the axils of pus.
So do yourself a coniferous baths of fresh pine needles in a day, courses. for 3-5 baths. Pine needles and boil, as is customary in all the herbalists and cut with scissors 10-year-mm pieces and grind in a coffee grinder, filling the 2-liter jar, filled with cold water, insisting 1 hour, then shake in a sock, infusion, naturally, in a bath,and socks with needles tied and washed Continue reading
Ancient women such as Cleopatra, affects not only your mind and outstanding actions, but also beauty. Discover ancient secrets that will help you to make the skin flawless.
One of the best ancient funds that have reached our times. In the Persian culture, rose water was a symbol of beauty. Today, many Iranian women continue to use them as a daily tonic that moisturizes and gently cleanses the skin. She also has anti-inflammatory properties, so it is no wonder its popularity in the ancient world.
This citrus is perhaps one of the greatest beauty secrets of the ancient Greek women. In those days women dreamed of the luxurious Golden tresses, which were considered a gift from the gods. So they squeezed a lemon and put fresh juice on the hair. After that, they went outside, putting my head in the sunlight, brightening the hair. In this way it is possible to rely in the summer, when you spend much time on the street.
If you want flawless skin, learn new ways to use this well-known Indian spice. In Indian culture it was also used to reduce pigmentation and skin tone. Plus, this ancient remedy has anti-inflammatory properties, and helps to relieve minor inflammation. Continue reading
Quebracho is the collective name of three evergreen tree species growing in subtropical forests of South America, its bark and wood. The word comes from the Spanish “quiebra-hacha” which means “break an axe” and implies a high hardness wood trees quebracho. These include two types of plants are called the red quebracho, namely Schinopsis quebracho-colorado, Schinopsis balansae and distinct Schinopsis family Sumach. They grow in southern Brazil, Northern Argentina, Bolivia and Paraguay. The wood of these trees is very heavy and solid, has a dark red color, reaching the black color. Wood density can reach up to 1200 kg/m3. The third type of plant is it Aspidosperma quebracho-blanco or white quebracho . belonging to the family Metrovia. This tree, like a weeping willow, 15-20 m in height grows in Argentina and Northern Brazil, the wood has a light yellow color and a high density of about 850 kg/m3. Trees quebracho also called quebracho and quebracho .
The collection and preparation of quebracho
With an adult tree of quebracho brown skinned with a yellowish or gray tint to the bark, horoscopesexual it on the air, and then put for sale bent or folded large pieces up to 3 cm thick. The bark and wood of all three species of plants – is a valuable raw material for extracts tanning extract, which is called “the extract of quebracho”. Continue reading