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MADDER. A STONE BREAKER

MADDER. A STONE BREAKER />
In the wild, it grows in Dagestan, Azerbaijan and other regions of the Caucasus, in the Crimea, in Central Asia, as well as in areas with temperate and tropical climates of Africa and America. It grows in riverbank shrubs, steppe meadows, and forest edges, in bright pine forests, orchards, vineyards and along fences. read more

UVA URSI. HERB THAT CAN TAME THE BEAR

UVA URSI. HERB THAT CAN TAME THE BEAR />
It grows predominantly in dry pine forests and larch forests, mainly on sandy soil, in birch-larch woodlands, on the meadows, coastal rocks and scree, on gravelly places in the Alpine belt. It prefers open, well-lit places, does not like to grow near other plants. This plant is typical for the forest zone of the Northern Hemisphere. read more

POWER YOUR HEALTH WITH POTATO

POWER YOUR HEALTH WITH POTATO />
Walking along the rows of flowering potatoes, you can see that there is not a single insect or a bee on its flowers. The reason is that the flowers of the potato are simply poisonous. They contain a serious poison called alkaloid solanine. However, small doses of solanine has medicinal properties and a wide range of effects with radical and effective results. In addition to poison, the flowers contain useful substances flavonoids, which strengthen the vessels and slow the aging process in the body. read more

THE COUNTLESS BENEFITS OF GARLIC

THE COUNTLESS BENEFITS OF GARLIC />
The use various garlic tinctures and fresh cloves stimulate digestion. The vigorous taste causes excessive salivation, increases appetite. As a result, the food is more fully absorbed. Garlic is useful in the treatment of intestinal atony, meteorism, hemorrhoids and constipation. 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

EMBRACE THE POWER OF BURDOCK

EMBRACE THE POWER OF BURDOCK />
Infusions and decoctions from the root of the burdock are used inside as a diuretic, diaphoretic and cholagogue. Burdock root is often added into herbal collections for patients with gout and exchange arthritis; it is effective for peptic ulcer disease, liver disease, hemorrhoids, urolithiasis, and has antipyretic effects. In addition, burdock leaves contain tannins, mucilage and essential oil. There are glycoside arctin and fatty oil in the seeds. read more

SUNFLOWER FOLLOWS THE SUNSHINE

SUNFLOWER FOLLOWS THE SUNSHINE />
The habit of peeling sunflower seeds can cause difficulties in obtaining a visa to a country where fingerprint scanning is required for registration. Cutaneus corns are formed at the fingertips, deforming and smoothing out the natural pattern. read more

Some facts about Barberry (Berberis Vulgaris)

Some facts about Barberry (Berberis Vulgaris) />
Both the bark and the berries are utilized in healing. The dried fruit is used in herbal medicines for which the bark, root and berries are used. Chemical constituents of barberry include isoquinolone alkaloids which help in the treatment of polycystic ovary syndrome. read more