Tuberculosis is a chronic disease and always requires long-term treatment. With long-term use patients same medication to the tubercle bacilli develop resistance to them, so change drugs after 3 to 4 weeks should be a prerequisite of successful treatment.
Traditional medicine has accumulated experience in the treatment of tuberculosis using a large set of medicinal herbs. Preference is given to herbs such as calamus, aloe, birch, cranberries, watch three leaf, willow, Icelandic moss, hyssop, cranberry, cabbage, mullein, Burnet, cuff, Daisy, comfrey, shepherd’s purse, cyanosis, lilac, licorice, knotweed, horsetail, mugwort, celandine, rose, rosemary, pine needles, pine SAP, spruce, fir, cedar.
To enhance strength and immunity of the organism prepare a mixture of aloe (3 to 5 years of age, before cutting off the leaves not be watered 5 days), honey and wine in the ratio 1:2:2. The mixture was kept in a cool place 5 days. The first week take 1 teaspoon 3 times a day 40 minutes before meals, all subsequent time — 1 tbsp Continue reading