Nature is built very wisely – for a long time a person could do without pharmacological preparations, supporting and restoring his health exclusively by what Mother Earth gave him.
All kinds of herbs, roots and other natural substances coped with the most severe viruses and bacteria, relieved fever, and helped with fever and intestinal disorders.
One of these “founts of health” is propolis – a natural substance that is not only rich in vitamins and minerals to support vital functions but also has truly magical medicinal properties. Read More
Juice fasting is an easier option of regular fasting, which allows, on the one hand, to refrain from food, and on the other hand, to nourish the body without loading the gastrointestinal tract. It is believed that juices are absorbed in the stomach and intestines, while the liver and pancreas do not participate in this process and are not distracted from the cleansing process, the purpose of which is to refuse food. Read More
According to legend, tea was discovered by a Chinese hero almost 3,000 thousand years BC. He traveled in search of healing herbs with a cauldron in which he boiled water for decoctions, and tea leaves accidentally fell into the cauldron. The drink aroused vigor and gradually the tea spread throughout Asia. Originally used only as a medicine, but over time, tea ceremonies were held for pleasure. New varieties and exotic methods of tea processing were developed – for example, the leaves were fried with rice. In some countries, they not only drink green tea but also eat it: make a salad, pickle it.
Green tea retains most of its beneficial properties, as its processing is minimal. The leaves are collected, dried, twisted and quickly stop the oxidation process, without bringing it to the stage of black tea. Read More
The common cold is the “popular” name for a large group of acute respiratory infections caused by numerous pathogens (viruses, bacteria) that cause various diseases. Most often, it develops gradually, at first it starts to tickle in the throat, other symptoms appear, but the person is still not sure whether he gets sick or not. Read More
Apple cider vinegar is the oldest folk remedy with an antibacterial effect, which has an interesting taste and aroma of apples. It is used to this day in cooking and in medicine.
Apple cider vinegar is an acid formed during the fermentation of apple juice. At the first stage, cider is formed – apple wine, and at the second stage acetic bacteria interact with oxygen and oxidize the drink, forming vinegar. Read More
Today, more and more people live in cities and huge metropolitan areas. Many city dwellers do not go to the forest or mountains, lake or sea for years. They are cut off from nature. Meanwhile, the connection with nature is vital. Read More