To have a beautiful smile everyone dreams, but often we forget about the factors that affect its beauty. Smoking, alcohol, excessive consumption of black tea, coffee or sweets – all of us cherished these habits prevail and the dream of a Hollywood smile is shattered. Teeth turn yellow, decay, the gums become inflamed, bleed, and eventually we run to the dentist in hopes to get rid of “new problems”.
Actually the health and beauty of our teeth is not the result of treatment, and proper care and prevention of all kinds of “dental diseases”. The basis for the health and beauty of our teeth, of course, is primarily a proper diet.
To make the tooth enamel strong . you need to eat more raw vegetables and fruits, and dairy products and fish.
For healthy gums it is recommended to chew pine, currant and Rowan sprigs-the shoots, it would not hurt to purchase a stick of Miswak .
To bacteria multiply in the mouth, after meals is recommended to eat a piece of Apple or cheese.
Surprisingly, even with today’s modern drugs and treatment methods, many people prefer folk remedies.
In unconventional medicinemedicine and breastfeeding are perhaps the main procedures for the care of teeth and gums. Especially when the problem is known or not to visit the dentist.
Strengthen teeth and improve salivation. During the morning the cleaning type of mouth cold boiled water and rinse for 3 minutes, then slowly swallow in 3 SIPS. Continue reading
Every year the population’s interest in traditional medicine is constantly increasing. Accordingly, there is a growing popularity of medicinal herbs that are frequently used for the treatment of children and adults in the home. Sometimes trying to grow medicinal plants and residents of large cities, but their opportunities are limited. Many people use for growing medicinal plants in their plots. The Amateur gardeners achieve wonderful results not only in the aspect of harvesting medicinal plants, but also in the decoration of the suburban area with beautiful flowers and herbs that is planned in advance.
Growing in the garden for healthy plants, people practiced for many centuries. The history of the cultivation of medicinal herbs is very ancient. However, in recent decades the population of our country a bit away from this useful and fascinating traditions, and only a few years ago, the interest in the pharmaceutical kitchen gardens began to increase sharply. Let’s look at how to properly plant, place and care for medicinal herbs. the bushes and trees.
Usually for beginners in this case just two or three not too large or obychnym beds for flowers. It is recommended not to plant medicinal herbs mixed in with vegetables and fruit, and to dedicate to them a separate planting area that is to be placed near to the dishes, it is not for nothing Apothecary garden sometimes, people call or aromatic kitchen. It’s really very convenient, when all the necessary herbs are at some moment at hand.
Land for medicinal plants it is necessary to prepare since autumn. First, the earth dug up, removed the weeds and roots of weeds, after which you can already lay out the beds. Most effort requires the preparation of the soil for perennial crops, which greatly simplifies the care of plants in future years. Continue reading
Since ancient times the indigenous Yakuts believe in Aiyy, in spirits of Fire, Water, Earth, Hunting, Home. During my trip, we never once asked about religion, meeting with different people, many of them told a very interesting and new things that became the incentive to probe the issue a little deeper on his return home. Of course we were interested in, who are the real Yakut shamans, do they exist actually and what abilities they possess.
We also visited the ethno-estate Atlasov family, where the hostess Valentina Innokentievna showed us several traditional religious rites, spoke about the shamans and tengriism…
Orthodoxy became established in Yakutia with the appearance on the banks of the Lena river the first troops of Russian explorers. Already in 1632 Yakutsk Ostrog chapel was built in the name of the Holy Trinity, and in April 1642 the first Orthodox Church. Orthodox missionary in Yakutia, compared with other regions of the Russian Empire, wore perhaps the most humane and cultural in nature. Until the end of the eighteenth century Christianity in Yakutia was the religion of almost exclusively Russian settlers. The Church was built in fortresses for the Russian population, serious attempts at Christianization of the Yakuts were taken. From the late eighteenth century begin the first mass of the baptism of the indigenous population. At the same time actually shamanism, with his fortune telling, spells, magical healing, not only persisted, but to some stephanidae spread among local Russians.
By the beginning of perestroika in Yakutia practically there was no officially authorized religious life in the early 80-ies throughout Yakutia there was only one Orthodox Church. In 90-ies there has been a revival of religion. Continue reading