Macadamia belongs to the proteaceae family is a fairly common in South Africa and Australia. Proteaceae species are plants, well adapted to life in arid climates, so they have hard leaves, but underground they have special bodies that can retain moisture.
Just macadamia is native to Australia. It is a small tree that reaches 15 meters in height, and having rigid leaves, as in most proteaceae. Many believe the fruit of this plant is nuts. Now they can be found not only in Australia. They are grown in other countries, for example, in South America. Australians regard the macadamia sacred, because I know about the many healing properties of this plant. Outside of Australia, the macadamia fruits are considered very expensive compared to other nuts, so the technology of their Assembly and workpiece is very complicated.
They have a rounded shape, with a diameter of about two cm and very hard surface.
This nut was named after a friend of one Australian scientist Muller – John Mac – Adam. The Australians call it, of course in his own way, using the names of different medicinal properties of this plant.
Since the nuts were growing previously, only in Australia in 1970 in Queensland planted the first trees, and nut business began to flourish, so these nuts are also called Queensland.
Originaldatei are very expensive – over $ 30 per kilogram, because, in spite of attempts to develop this activity, nuts are still grown quite a few. Their production on an industrial scale has not yet mastered, they are very difficult to grow and purify. But the main thing is that they are expensive – large amount of valuable, natural ingredients.
These nuts contain proteins, fats, carbohydrates, natural sugars, mineral substances, vitamins and minerals – potassium and calcium. Continue reading
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
Nasturtium is a great plant Pharmacopoeia and is not used official Russian medicine, but because of its healing properties is widely used in traditional and non-traditional medicine of other countries (in some European countries, South America, New Zealand, etc.).
In folk medicine for therapeutic purposes, usually used all parts of the nasturtium. They make water infusions, decoctions, alcohol tinctures, rubbing and squeeze the juice. These drugs nasturtium indicated for metabolic disorders, kidney and gallstones, inflammatory diseases of the lymph nodes. nervous diseases (with increased irritability and excitability) and depression and viral diseases as cold and flu remedies, in diseases of the lungs and upper respiratory tract, chronic bronchitis.
Contraindications and side effects
If you frequently use a large amount of greens nasturtium may occur irritation of the intestines and stomach, so people suffering from stomach ulcers and gastritis should use the herb with caution. Also not recommended to use tinctures, bitters and freshly squeezed juice of nasturtium children, pregnant women, lactating women, lizums individual intolerance and a tendency to allergic reactions. Continue reading