Among the huge variety of methods of treatment of headache and migraine in herbal medicine has its own recipes. This is due to the fact that agents of animal and vegetable origin, by its nature closer to the human body. They rarely give side effects, their effect is softer. Medicinal plants have a huge range of therapeutic properties. Headache is known to serve not only the symptom but also an alarming signal that indicates the occurrence of any disease in the body. It can be:
– infection; – flu; – hormonal disorders; – decrease of level of sugar in the blood; – allergies; – high blood pressure.
To take a pill is the easiest way to get rid of pain. However, it is not the safest. That is why many people choose alternative options – the infusions and decoctions of medicinal herbs.
For application of herbs in medical practice it is necessary to know the properties and side effect of one plant or another
For headache apply the following types of plants:
– sorrel; – hips; – chamomile; wormwood; tansy; – the cowslip; mint; lemongrass; lavender; wild ginger; fireweed; – Kalgan; – ginseng; – avens; – verbena; Basil.
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Among herbal medicines considerable popular so-called fees. They are a mixture of cut up or pounded in a large powder of different parts of medicinal plants. Sometimes in these mixtures administered essential oil and crystalline drug substance. For example, in asthma charges (“Astmatol” and others) add potassium nitrate to facilitate the “puffing” of the mixture.
Fees — the oldest and the simplest form of use of medicinal plants. At home one can prepare various infusions and decoctions a tea, be used to rinse, lotions. During the great Patriotic war, when the drugs were tested a severe need, a medicinal plant widely used as antipyretic, Antidiarrhoeal, diuretic and other remedies. It was in those years Pharmacological and Pharmacopoeia Committee of the Ministry of health of the USSR approved a significant number of formulations of various duties for medical purposes. Later they entered into the State register of drugs permitted for use in medical practice and industrial production. Such official-governmental (from officina – pharmacy) the formulations are, for example, fees breast,choleretic, diaphoretic.
In the State register see also the prescription of fees carminative, to stimulate appetite, gastric laxatives (two recipes), stomach soothing, diuretic, Antiasthmatic, protivogemorroidalny.
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Russia has always been rich in medicinal herbs and therefore herbal medicine in Russia was widespread. In Russia, wormwood was used for fever, birch SAP for the treatment of purulent wounds, tar as a disinfectant, cowberry, cloudberry, Rowan in scurvy, etc.
Many of the customs and Proverbs of the Russian people promote hygiene measures: “Live by the mind and the cure must not”, “From walking in lasino (soap) body pure lives”, etc. Prohibitions, clothed in Rus in the form of “sin”, and many people in the form of “taboos” often expressed hygiene. So, the custom of eating apples only after the “consecration” in their feast of the Transfiguration essentially warns against eating unripe fruits; the idea of the “evil eye” of the newborn contributed to the prevention of hypothermia or infection of the child when considering his outsiders. Russian customs and sayings, collected by V. I. dal in the collection of “Proverbs of the Russian people”, where a separate section “Health and illness”.
During the centuries of accumulated knowledge of healing has allowed Russia to pass for bilingual in herbal treatments, and borrow this experience sought by many foreign doctors. Already in the IX in Novgorod from prediluvial abroad larch sponge (TB medium). A decoction of the bark of ash trees, has long been used abroad as an antimalarial drug, initially gained recognition among the Russian people. About the decoction of the shoots of wild rosemary, Continue reading