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Friday, February 11, 2011

Organic tinctures and oils in the home medicine cabinet

In each house there is a first aid kit with first aid facilities. But in addition to green fodder, iodine, a drop of cold and bandages in the medicine cabinet is convenient to store oils and tinctures that help in sparing mode to cope with many illnesses.

They are very convenient, since they have a long shelf life and contain the components that make up the most expensive drugs. After each, we increasingly understand the value of it is natural, not synthetic products.

    
* St. John's Wort Oil. The sealing oil - is a radical means of external burns and skin rash, abscesses, purulent inflammation, healing wounds and ulcers.
    
* Menthol oil. Pharmacy preparation contains about 4% of menthol. Menthol oil - it is a good remedy for colds. Oil lubricates the wings and nose buried inside of 2-3 drops in each nostril. Migraine menthol oil lubricated temples and forehead.
    
* Pepper tincture. Applied only externally, for rubbing the skin with neuralgia, sciatica, radiculitis, rheumatism and lumbago. Pepper tincture - an indispensable tool for the elderly.
    
* Tincture on birch buds. Homeland Security remedy for a stomach ulcer, indigestion, and any of kidney ailments. 20 drops per day of tincture is also providing anthelminthic effect.
    
* Tincture of calendula. 20
drops per day are useful in hypertension, gastrointestinal disorders, insomnia, cardiac arrhythmia and dyspnea. Is also used as a choleretic sredstvo.Pri external application accelerates tissue regeneration (blurred wounds, burns, acne and cuts). Effective in diseases of the mouth and throat (gargle). In diseases of the eyes: blepharitis, conjunctivitis, and barley.
    
* Tincture of Sophora. Internal use: one teaspoon 4 times a day, hypertension, angina, diabetes, gastritis, gastric and duodenal ulcers, colitis, diarrhea, thrombophlebitis, and hemorrhoids. External use: Irrigation of wounds, washing purulent cavities, with trophic ulcers and mastitis.
    
* Tincture of eucalyptus. Effective expectorant and anti-inflammatory agent. Applied inside with respiratory diseases, flu and colds. External application: for rinsing and inhalation of the throat and airways - a runny nose, sore throat, laryngitis, bronchitis, lung abscess.
    
* Biostimulyator: ginseng, lemongrass, manzhurskaya Aralia, Eleutherococcus
These infusions improve metabolism, improve immunity and promotes rapid healing and recovery after surgery.
Also apply to the shortness of breath, tuberculosis and anemia 3 times a day, before meals, up to 20 drops.
During the summer, for people suffering from high blood pressure, intake of bio-stimulants are not recommended, as they stimulate blood circulation and blood flow to the heart. But in the cold months of the year - this is an indispensable tool for strengthening immunity and prevent colds.

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