Mushrooms as medicine
Fungi are very diverse in their properties. They can be fatal to humans, and to have a curative effect. Traditional Chinese medicine and native American healers in South America are…

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Traditional healing: for and against
Discussed benefit or harm traditional healing Professor, head of Department of the transforming genes of tumors Cancer research center. N. N. Blokhin Fedor Lvovich Kiselev and folk healer in the…

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Reishi is the best known mushroom in Chinese folk medicine

Reishi is a valuable mushroom. One minus — it’s bitter. This is the best known mushroom in Chinese folk medicine. The most ancient and very expensive. Reishi – increases the body’s resistance to diseases, can help in the fight against cancer, has a relaxing effect on the Central nervous system, alleviates pain, has antitussive and expectorant effect, improves and strengthens the heart, enhances memory, relieves fatigue, is a strong antioxidant.

The use of Ganoderma along with medication helps to cope with diseases of inflammatory, viral and allergic origin.

Antler baths from the last century is widely popular for its healing properties and essential tools for the bath. Thousands of tourists visited the Altai to recuperate and undergo legendary antler baths in spas surrounded by mountains and clean air. And now you have the opportunity to experience the full miraculous power of the antler baths while at home. Nowadays, thanks to scientific study, conducted 4 years, there is evidence that baths with pantohematogen valid for use in the home that can create the miracle. Continue reading

Traditional Chinese medicine

Traditional Chinese medicine views a person both physically and mentally. It approaches health from the nature in all its complexity and multidimensionality. Enhancement of natural healing, Central China’s traditional medical practices. The basic concepts underlying all Chinese medical therapies Taoist teachings of “Yin” and “Yang” (theory of opposites); the five elements (metal, wood, water, fire and earth); and “qi” (pronounced Chi), the vital energy of life that circulates in the body through a system of paths.

Traditional Chinese folk medicine has a different paradigm from Western Biomedicine. Chinese medicine treats the body as a microscope that follows macrocosmic laws and factors, such as the seasonal patterns created by the combination of sun, moon and stars. It defines health as a recycling process of the human body, cultivating vital and spiritual forces, as well as maximum utilization of physiological functions.

Doctors trained in Biomedicine . regularly prescribe antibiotics, and traditional folk healers often treated treatment herbs.

Herbal medicine (Zhong Yao).

The earliest treatment with Chinese herbs appeared as early as 100 years BC, Most Chinese traditional medicines of plant origin, mineralia animal parts are also included in the “Zhong Yao”. Continue reading

The skills and fundamentals of Bio-energy healing.

Duration of course 2 days 2 hours

This course is required for dealing with: yoga, qigong, tai Chi, breathing and other Eastern practices associated with the movements of bio-energy, energy “Chi” that start working with the energy channels wishing to develop psychic ability and just engaged in dances and wanted to “hear” your body.

In some cases, trained effectively learned to restore vision after daily loads, they have improved coordination, speed-power performance, memory, learned to relieve yourself of pain and easy to apply simple practices of self-regulation.

In the program of the practical course:

the theoretical foundations.

practical training — life skills.

— lecture about what and where does bioenergy;

— diagnosis of the sensitivity of students;

— work with the “energy ball”, “a spring”;

— work on the movement of bioenergy; Continue reading