Possible positive health effects of tea consumption have been confirmed in many studies. The most healthful is the least processed types of tea – green and white and various herbal teas (infusions).
Herbal tea or decoction is an herbal infusion not from the leaves of the tea Bush. An infusion can be made from fresh or dried flowers, leaves, seeds and roots. Usually plant parts filled with boiling water and infused for several minutes. There are many varieties of herbal tea.
Herbal plants are grown for culinary, medicinal, and in some cases even spiritual needs. Commonly used green leafy parts of the plant. General use of herbs for tea is different from culinary herbs and medicinal plants. Herbs can be shrubs or woody plants, while culinary herbs are not woody plants. On the other hand, spices and seeds, berries, bark, roots, fruits and other plant parts also leave in some cases, therefore, all of them, as well as any edible fruits or vegetables, can be considered “herbs” in medicinal sense.
White tea is tea made from new buds and young leaves of the plant Camellia Sinensis (tea leaves). The leaves are steam obrabotkoi fried to inactivate oxidation and then dried. White tea retains the high concentrations of catechins present in fresh tea leaves. Continue reading
Beginning with the first dynasties (3500-3000 BCE) in Ancient Egypt there were the “houses of life”, which along with mathematics, astronomy, architecture, and other Sciences studied “necessary art” of medicine. The kings of Persia and the Hittite state was invited to the court of the Egyptian healers. According to the legend, in Egypt, studied Pythagoras, Hippocrates and Galen were two of the great physicians and philosophers of the ancient world.
Egyptian religion said that after death a soul returns to the body and will remain restless, if the body does not save. First from the body of the deceased was removed the insides and put them in different vessels, then the body is wrapped in fabric, impregnated with special resins. Such was the process of embalming the dead. First described by Herodotus, he was regarded by the Greeks of the great mystery. The art of medicine of the Egyptians and used to great impression on them. Homer wrote about Egypt: “. in every nation there the doctor, exceeding deep knowledge of other people.”
The Egyptians knew many medicinal plants. Highly valued aromatic resin of tropical trees — frankincense and myrrh. Used them for religious and medical purposes. A healing art was denoted by two characters — a scalpel and mortar, combining the symbols of surgery and pharmacology. As in all ancient cultures, medicine in Egypt was connected with religion. In the late period istorijata professional insignia of the Egyptian doctors is becoming the Ankh — cross-shaped loop, a symbol of life. Continue reading
And the main task of the healer is not to replace a doctor but to Supplement his work, to make the patient to feel its anatomical, energetic and spiritual integrity, the ability to reproduce, the ability to fight the biological, physical and social stress; a feeling of well-being. It is necessary to know not only the cause of the disease, but the conditions in which it evolved.
By law, the healer does not have the right diagnoses. but it can only determine the condition of the patient. Methods of work of the expert in nonconventional medicine, to ease the suffering of the patient, to maintain good physical and mental condition, prevent deterioration.
To promise a complete cure from the disease is not ethical and not right on the part of healer !!! Although in rare cases it may happen…
So that’s not a complete list of the main principles of work of the healer:
– a trusting relationship with the patient;
– the availability of diagnostic methods;
– the principle of treatment is to direct and intensify the internal and the body’s defenses; Continue reading