urinary tract

HERBAL TREATMENT FOR UTIs

HERBAL TREATMENT FOR UTIs />
Escherichia coli. is the most typical cause of UTI . The second bacterial cause of UTI is Staphylococcus saprophyticus. The most common treatment for UTI is antibiotics, so bacteria have become resistant to antibiotics, and infections are very common. read more

SPICE UP YOUR LIFE WITH HORSERADISH

SPICE UP YOUR LIFE WITH HORSERADISH />
Horseradish is used in traditional medicine as a powerful stimulant for the digestive system. In addition, horseradish is used to treat inflammation of the urinary tract. Horseradish has a powerful diuretic property, thereby it is used for kidney stones, cystitis, as well as gout and rheumatism. Poultices from fresh horseradish are useful for frostbite, facial neuralgia and rheumatism of joints. Horseradish with vinegar and glycerin is used to treat whooping cough and tonsillitis. But it may irritate the skin and mucous membranes of the eyes. read more

WHEN IN DOUBT, USE CARDAMOM

WHEN IN DOUBT, USE CARDAMOM />
Elettaria cardamomum is a piquant, fragrant, herbaceous, everlasting plant. Its growth is about 2-4 m in height. The leaves are represented of linear-lanceolate class of 40-60 cm long with a lengthy sharp upper part. The flowers are white to lilac or pale violet, produced in a detached prickle 30–60 cm long. The fruit is a trihedral yellow-green pod of 1–2 cm long, consisting of a number of black and brown seeds. read more

BARLEY IS A NATURAL PRODUCT OF HEALTH

BARLEY IS A NATURAL PRODUCT OF HEALTH />
Grains of barley are a very valuable source of nutrients. It should be noted that this product is 65% composed of slowly digestible carbohydrates, another 5% is useful fiber. The seeds of the plant also contain proteins that are fully absorbed by the human body. read more

Wild Lettuce benefits

Wild Lettuce benefits />
Wild Lettuce is a woodland member of the family of Sunflower. It is commonly known by some local names like Bitter Lettuce, Lettuce Opium, Green Endive, Poison Lettuce, German Lactucarium, Lechuga Silvestre and others. It is not a vegetable. Its sap or dried latex was once used as an opium substitute. Wild lettuce sedative effect is attributed to lactucin and lactucopicrin. It also contains mannit... read more