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Cold. Treatment of folk remedies

The common cold is one of those diseases that everyone in your life occurs not once, not twice. In the early stages to get rid of the disease by using folk remedies, alleviate the symptoms and ease the condition as a whole.

The most common way of getting rid of the common cold and its symptoms – use lemon. Lemon by itself is an antibacterial and anti-inflammatory medicine, therefore, lemon tea is very good against the disease.

Thinly slice the lemon into small slices or squeeze it, pour on top of hot boiled water, add sugar to your liking. But if you have a cold, it is recommended to drip into the nose two to three drops of lemon juice three times per day.

Also known is the treatment of raspberries. In addition, raspberries can excellent to reduce the temperature. During treatment, eat more jam from raspberries and drink a decoction of its fruits.

Excellent antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and expectorant properties has all the plantain. So if you are sick with a cold, his plantain infusion drink two mugs a day. Continue reading

The last shaman of Taymyr Peninsula

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