From Cusco we moved into the enchanted Garden Leslie, which is still above the city of Cusco, high in the mountains in the Andes.
Garden Leslie — “cult” heavenly place. In the design of this place drawing from all possible religions, angelic and shamanic sacred symbols, symbols of rock and pacifist movement of hippies. Here everything is mixed: shaman feathers of the Condor, Jesus, Buddha, John Lennon… Grace!
Shamans are all different.
Luis was a very kind, pure, innocent like a child. Puma — erudite wit. Kush — sage.
Love and thank yourself for the ability to be in the right place at the right time:)
Shaman Puma and Coca leaves.
Shaman Luis. Continue reading
There are many traditional medicine products that improve intellectual abilities. Here are the most famous and popular.
Herbs for the brain
Herbs for memory and concentration
Ginseng is a staple of herbal medicine. This plant has a good effect on the brain . memory and relieves stress. In addition, ginseng is a rich source of vitamins and minerals.
Soy is considered a plant useful in itself. It contains, in particular, phospholipids, a major component of the body’s cells. Because of this, soy is found in many products that stimulate the neurons, and hence memory as a whole.
Herbs to soothe
Although buckwheat is known mainly as food (used for production of buckwheat groats, buckwheat flakes and buckwheat flour), its flowers are also used in herbal medicine. Its anti-stress properties due to the high content of vitamin B1, magnesium and phosphorus. Continue reading
Scientists believe that by 2020, the year we all become myopic! Today even babies are striking senile diseases — cataract, glaucoma, degeneration of the retina. We will explain how to avoid these dangerous diseases.
In our film unique facts, experiments, discoveries, useful tips, paradoxes of view of humans and animals. You will learn why the cat can see through walls, and people can sometimes not see what is happening under his nose. How does the eye stress? What is “tunnel” vision? And why, being in the dark, we do not feel the taste of food?
Ali Yunusov was born the same as all of us, sighted people. But the teenager fell ill and began to go blind. Desperate attempts to save the eye only delayed the tragedy. Six months ago, Ali became blind. The doctors diagnosed cataract. Operations followed one another. But apart from the complications, gave nothing. Right now, Ali wants only one thing — to see! We proposed to our hero to work with a unique device that gives the blind person a chance to identify things through language. But will Ali this device? Will our hero see the light? Continue reading