flatulence

THE MAGIC OF CHAMOMILE

THE MAGIC OF CHAMOMILE />
The greatest concentration of valuable chemical compounds is observed in flowers of chamomile coumarin compounds, bioflavonoids (apigenin, luteolin, minor amounts of quercetin), compounds of polyols, salicylic, caprylic, antimisic organic acid, phytosterol, vitamins (ascorbic, nicotinic acids), carotene, polysaccharide compounds, protein, tannins, bitterness, gum, mucus. read more

MEDICINAL USES OF ANGELICA

MEDICINAL USES OF ANGELICA />
Decoction of the rhizome is used for flatulence, gastrointestinal diseases, hypoacid gastritis, biliary dyskinesia, colds, bronchitis, laryngitis, pneumonia, as a diuretic, bactericidal and expectorant. Tincture is used to increase appetite and improve digestion, enhance motor and secretory bowel function. The extract is used as an antispasmodic and sedative for spasms of organs with smooth muscles. read more

MELILOT. HERB WITH MANY USES

MELILOT. HERB WITH MANY USES />
Due to the calming effect, the melilot relaxes the nervous system and can be used as an antidepressant, but it should be used in moderate doses, since it can cause addiction. Melilot, as a medicinal plant, is valued because of the presence of coumarin in it. It provides the most part of its medicinal properties. It acts soothingly on the nervous system and prevents spasms. read more

MEET EFFECTIVE GOLD TANSY

MEET EFFECTIVE GOLD TANSY />
In folk medicine, leaves and flowers of tansy are used to treat rheumatism, gout, hepatitis, cholecystitis, epilepsy and to normalize the menstrual cycle; as an astringent for enterocolitis and gastritis; as a diuretic, when having pyelonephritis and urolithiasis. read more

BOOST YOUR IMMUNITY WITH CLOVES

BOOST YOUR IMMUNITY WITH CLOVES />
Antiseptic properties of the clove have found wide application in dentistry. If you have a toothache, just chew the bud of the clove tree. This will not only save you from suffering, but will also give freshness to breathing no worse than any mint chewing gum. It favorably affects the gums, and is used to treat periodontal disease. read more

IMPROVEMENT OF YOUR OVERALL HEALTH WITH THYME

IMPROVEMENT OF YOUR OVERALL HEALTH WITH THYME />
Thyme has expectorant properties. It increases the secretion of bronchial glands, speeding up the activity of the ciliated epithelium of the upper respiratory tract. Thyme liquefies phlegm and accelerates its evacuation. It provides a mucous with enveloping effect, has antibacterial properties. Flavonoids help thyme to relieve bronchial spasms, acts as an antihypertensive, soothing, antispasmodic. 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

YARROW IS A NATURAL REMEDY FOR MANY DISEASES

YARROW IS A NATURAL REMEDY FOR MANY DISEASES />
Many consider yarrow a useless, weed plant. This opinion is completely in vain. After all, even the Latin name of the plant Achillea comes from the famous ancient Greek hero Achilles. A plant that was valued by the legendary heroes of Hellas cannot be ordinary. And it is really so. read more

TREATING OF THE IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME: FIVE CURATIVE HERBS

TREATING OF THE IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME: FIVE CURATIVE HERBS />
Irritable bowel syndrome is a chronic disorder, accompanied by periodic severe pain in the abdomen and impaired intestinal function. Teenagers and young people face this problem most often. Unlike other diseases of the digestive system, irritable bowel syndrome does not disturb either the physical state of these organs, nor intestinal metabolism. The association of this disorder with infections of the digestive organs is also absent. Although the exact cause of this syndrome is unknown, it is believed that its development can be triggered by malnutrition, stress and a sedentary lifestyle. As for the symptoms of the disease, most often patients complain of chronic dyspepsia, a feeling of heaviness in the stomach and flatulence. read more