malaria

PHENOMENAL STRENGTH OF GENTIANAE

PHENOMENAL STRENGTH OF GENTIANAE />
Tincture of Gentianae Macrophyllae root is recommended to use as a means for improving digestion, and as a remedy for potency. In Tibetan medicine, this plant is used for gastritis and gastrointestinal diseases, and also as an antipyretic agent. In addition, tincture from roots and rhizomes is taken when having fever, dysentery, female diseases, stomach and intestinal colic, as well as with diarrhea, before and after childbirth. read more

AILANTHUS. SOURCE OF ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY

AILANTHUS. SOURCE OF ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY />
The leaves and roots of this amazing tree have anti-inflammatory and antiviral properties. Traditional medicine recommends using them when having dysentery and malaria, as well as for getting rid of tapeworms. Bark has an antimicrobial effect and is a strong natural antiseptic. These qualities will be useful for skin diseases, lichen, leishmaniasis. read more

CAYENNE PEPPER CAN STOP A HEART ATTACK IN 50 SECONDS

CAYENNE PEPPER CAN STOP A HEART ATTACK IN 50 SECONDS />
The main benefit of cayenne pepper is the stimulation of blood circulation. When it is used, the movement of blood through the vessels is accelerated instantaneously, and nutrients are spread over the cells of the body much faster. Cayenne pepper promotes the purification of blood, improves its composition, and leads to strengthening of the immune system and overall health of the body. read more

STAY HEALTHY WITH MANGO

STAY HEALTHY WITH MANGO />
Mango is rich in vitamins A, B, C, D and E. Moreover, the content of vitamin C can reach up to 175 mg per 100 g of flesh pulp. In addition, there is a very high content of such sugars as sucrose, xylose, glucose, fructose seloheptulose, maltose, mannoheptulose. read more

HORSE CHESTNUT PROFILE

HORSE CHESTNUT PROFILE />
Deciduous tree of up to 25 m high. Leaves are large, complex, five to seven fingered, with long petioles. They form a dense crown. Flowers are campanulate, asymmetric, fragrant with a strong, pleasant smell. Chestnut fruit is a ball-shaped green capsule (walnut), 6-8 cm in length, seated with prickly thorns. The fruit contains 1-4 seeds. read more

BLACK WALNUT. HEALTH BENEFITS COVERED WITH DARK HULL

BLACK WALNUT. HEALTH BENEFITS COVERED WITH DARK HULL />
The effect that a black nut has on the human body amazes with its versatility. It stops pain and relieves the symptoms of inflammation, stops bleeding, resorption of scarring and healing of skin and mucosal defects. It is proved that the black nut is active against many pathogenic bacteria, fungi and helminths. read more

LILY OF THE VALLEY SYMBOLIZES THE RETURN OF HAPPINESS

LILY OF THE VALLEY SYMBOLIZES THE RETURN OF HAPPINESS />
It is important to remember that due to the high activity of the substances in its composition the lily of the valley is a poisonous plant! That is why the use of all drugs and collections must be agreed with the attending physician. It is dangerous to use lily of the valley for those who suffer from cardiosclerosis, endocarditis, myocarditis, as well as in cases of impaired liver and kidney function. read more

VITEX IS FEMALE-FRIENDLY HERB

VITEX IS FEMALE-FRIENDLY HERB />
Vitex has anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial effect. Preparations from vitex have sedative, estrogen-like and antifungal properties. The use of vitex normalizes the glands function in cases of hormonal imbalance, affects the work of the corpus luteum (the gland responsible for the menstrual cycle). The fruits of vitex normalize the digestive processes, tone up and strengthen the body. read more

GALANGAL IS MEDICAL TREASURE OF THAILAND

GALANGAL IS MEDICAL TREASURE OF THAILAND />
The roots are called "rhizome". They are thick, creeping with a huge number of branches. The thickness is 1-2 centimeters. It has dark cross-cut rings, and the color is from pale yellow to reddish. The root is mainly used for medicinal purposes and cooking. read more

African Cherry (Prunus Africana)

African Cherry (Prunus Africana) />
African Cherry (Prunus Africana) is widely distributed in the regions of Africa. It is found 3000 to 10000 ft. above the sea level. It is a secondary forest, light demanding species which require moist climate to grow. The plant has extrafloral nectaries which in turn for protection to the foliage, provides a nutrient source to the anti-herbivore insects. The fruit is very bitter and does not i... read more