To control diabetes, prevent complications and prevent the progression of pathological processes induced by metabolic disorders, not only through traditional methods of therapy.
Alternative healing does not mean risky and dangerous: simply such methods are not always clinically tested and recommended by official medicine.
Non-traditional methods include:
Treatment of starvation: the radical method, which is triggered lipid metabolism, and pancreas are given time to rest and restore;
Acupuncture (point massage) – the impact on the reflex, biologically active points of the body to start the natural mechanisms of healing the body;
Phytotherapy – herbal treatment and herbal drugs (especially topical this technique for patients who are contraindicated for traditional medicines);
Tibetan medicine – treatment based on restoring the energy balance in the body through certain food products;
Chinese qigong is another way to restore the correct flow of energy “qi” in the energy system of the body; Continue reading
Probably, many residents of country houses are trying to take full advantage of the infield. In front of the house often have beautiful rose gardens, ponds, Alpine slides. Behind the house, often unfolds a beautiful garden with fruit trees. In the garden many vegetables with their hands. In the process of creating a landscape design is very important to properly dispose of free land resources, and to choose design options. Often today in home gardens people try to grow medicinal plants. Especially popular it has become among those people who understand it is important care and cleaning of your body, and know that only natural methods of care able to please a great result.
Planning landscape design
If you have decided to grow medicinal plants. we need to determine the plants that can be grown at home. Most grow chamomile, calendula, elecampane. No less popular was the cultivation of rosehips, and sea buckthorn. Firstly, these bushes can be a great decoration overall landscape design. Secondly, they have a very useful fruit that nowadays very actively used as in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals and in the manufacture of high-quality cosmeticscosmetics. Continue reading
The Film “Taboo. The last shaman” from the cycle “Russian national geography” tells the story of the last Nganasan shaman.
One of Nganasan legends says that once to the fire, which warmed people, ran wild deer, and asked in a human voice to save him from the Stalker wolf. The man grabbed the deer with both hands and threw it into the fire. When he fired, the man took out a charred bone began to forge and forged from them the figures of people. “Of the man, forged from the bones of deer, says the legend, – there was the Nganasan”.
Nya – Nganasan call themselves, the little people of the Central Taymyr Peninsula, the northernmost populations of Eurasia. Only forty years ago they roamed a huge territory – from the Byrranga massif to the Putorana plateau. The Soviet regime was trampling any memories of their ancient culture, forcibly transferring nomadic to sedentary life. Shamans were regarded as dissidents, they were exiled and executed. Now Nganasan live in three small villages of the Central Taimyr. They are only about a thousand people. Continue reading