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Thousands of edible wild plants, leaves, roots, buds, flowers, seeds, sprouts, etc. are created by God without any commercial purpose.
They are clean and free from any chemical fertilizers and insecticides, since there are no actually toxic substances in nature, and there are only substances of Yin or Yang that can be neutralized by macrobiotic cooking. These natural products can be used to treat various Yin or Yang diseases. Especially important are several plants: aoza (wild spinach), acacia, dandelions, nazuna, hooki, lopushnik.
They are all adorable to the taste and very useful in medical terms.
16. COMB (species of shallow algae)
It is very useful in arthritis, heart diseases or high and low blood pressure, tumors (see "KD").
17. ROOTS OF THE DANDY
Useful for arthritis, heart disease, rheumatism (see "KD").
18. TEKKA No. 1
Good for all Yin diseases (see "KD").
19. TEKKA No. 2
Good for coughing, asthma, tuberculosis (see "KD").
20. KEN-KOKU (carp soup)
It is useful for all inflammatory and feverish conditions. Especially beneficial for nursing mothers. They should divide the whole portion of this dish for 5 days. The recipe is also effective for infections in the inner ear, pneumonia, arthritis, rheumatism, amoebic dysentery.
(see "CD" No. 191).
21. THE WHOLE FINE FISH
Useful for all Yin diseases (see "CD" No. 181).
22. Kulesh SV. YAKOVA
Prepared without fish - recommended for sick people (see "KD").
23. NOTICED CARP
This dish is "very Yin", and it can not be used often, (see "KD").
24. GREEKHA KARINTO
Very good as a seasoning for dishes in the diet of sick people) "KD").
25. BREAD BREAD
For patients - mix buckwheat flour, wheat flour, corn flour, etc., excluding chestnuts and raisins (see "KD").
Better for the sick are those that are cooked on Ozawa bread, in which only grains are used. Use only grated vegetables (see "KD").
50. GOMASSI (salt and sprouts of sesame)
Heat 5 tbsp. spoons of sesame seeds. Well rastolkite them in powder pestle. Add 1st. a spoonful of sea salt, again heat and rastolkite until a well-mixed coarse powder.
Eat this dish with rice every day. Use as a seasoning and add to each dish for taste. Keep the mixture in a well closed bottle. For more detailed instructions, check out the "CD"
70. RUSSIAN SOUP (see "KD").
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- Wild herbs and plants
When choosing the products of the healing kitchen, pay attention to the great number of wild edible plants that can diversify your table. I will never forget how, as a child, I with the other four children remained without any means of subsistence in the alpine meadows of the Caucasian mountains. This was during the military conflict between Turkey and Armenia during the Civil War. We were saved
- GENERAL RULES FOR THE COLLECTION, DRYING AND STORAGE OF WONDERFUL DRUG PLANTS
In our country, only those kinds of medicinal plants that are included in the State Register are subject to harvesting. In NTD (normative and technical documents), the names of plant and family raw materials are described in Russian and Latin languages, rules and time of collection, external signs of raw materials are given, permissible and unacceptable impurities, method of packing, storage, shelf life, dosage for potent and
- PLANTS CAUSING THE HEART PREVENTIVE DISORDER (PLANTS CONTAINING HEART GLYCOSIDES)
Cardiac glycosides are found in various types of digitalis, in Gorisvit, lily-of-the-valley, ovary, icteric, harge and other plants. Glycosides of all these plants have a common chemical structure and have basically the same pharmacological, and in large doses and toxic effects on the heart. The digitalis L. The genus Digitalis includes 34 plant species, 7 of them
- . PLANTS CAUSING SYMPTOMS OF SALVAGE EXCHANGE. PLANTS CONTAINING ORGANIC ACIDS AND THEIR SALTS
Sorrel small (oxalic, sheep sorrel) - Rumex acetosella L. (Figure 30). A low-grown plant 10-20 cm high. Has several branching stems. Flowers are small, greenish-reddish. It grows everywhere as a perennial weed, clogging fields, meadows, steppes, is found among bushes. Sorrel is big - Rumex acetosa L. The plant is 30 to 60 cm tall. At the end of the straight grooved stalk
- PLANTS CAUSING THE BENEFITS OF THE BREATH AND THE DIGESTIVE TRACT (PLANTS CONTAINING THIOGLYCOSIDS)
Glycosides are ether-like organic compounds that readily break down into the carbohydrate moiety (glycons) and one or more other substances called aglycones, or genins (non-saccharose part). After absorption in the gastrointestinal tract, they also break down into a glycon and an aglycone. Glycosides are unstable and rapidly decay when separated from plants, as well as in the process
- PLANTS, LOWLY STUDYED IN TOXICOLOGICAL RELATIONSHIP. PLANTS CONTAINING ESSENTIAL OILS
Plants that contain essential oils and have a specific, often pleasant smell, quite a lot. From the toxicological point of view, many of them have been little studied. Throat buckwheat - Glechoma hederacea L. Perennial plant 70 cm long. Stem creeping. Flowers bluish-purple. Fruit is a nut. It grows in the forest and forest-steppe zones of the European part of Russia, in the Caucasus, in Western and
- PLANTS CAUSING THE PRIMARY DAMAGE OF THE GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT AND SIMULTANEOUSLY ACTING ON THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM AND KIDNEYS (PLANTS CONTAINING SAPONIN-GLYCOSIDES)
Saponin-glycosides act hemolytic, and also irritating to the gastrointestinal tract. According to the chemical nature, saponins are derivatives of triterpene, but among them are also compounds of the steroid structure. In plants they are contained from insignificant amounts to 30-50% (AD Turov et al., 1965). Plants containing saponins are widely distributed in the plant world.
- GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT MEDICINAL PLANTS BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE SUBSTANCES OF MEDICINAL PLANTS, CONDITIONING THEIR CURIOUS PROPERTIES
The use of medicinal plants in practice is due to the presence in their composition of biologically active substances, which when introduced into the body, even in very small amounts, cause a certain physiological effect. These active substances are synthesized by the plants themselves from the inorganic mineral substances of the soil, water, from the carbon dioxide of the air. Synthesis is carried out by plants under the influence of
- Poisoning by poisonous plants
Poisoning by poisonous plants is observed mainly in children, whose attention is often attracted by various wild berries. It is known more than 100 names of wild-growing and cultivated plants, which can cause poisoning. The most common among them are bleached black, dope, poisonous milestone, spotted hemlock, canine parsley, aconite, wolf lobster (boletus), oleander,
- Plants Accumulating Nitrates
Many cultural and wild plants accumulate salts of nitric and nitrous acids. This is primarily due to excess nitrogenous fertilizers introduced into the soil. Essentially affect the content of nitrates in plants changes in the external environment: drought, prolonged heavy rains, sudden temperature changes, freezing, the nature of the soil, the season, the type of plants and the stage of their vegetation. Increased
- Plants and viruses
The overwhelming majority of plant viruses, and their total number reaches 700, belongs to the number of small viruses, the genome of which is represented by single-stranded RNA. Much less viruses of plants containing double-stranded RNA, and until recently only one DNA virus was known. The question of why viruses predominate among plant viruses, the genome of which is represented by a single-stranded
- DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINAL PLANTS
Various diseases have traditionally been treated with medicinal plants. It was believed that the best of them grow on the island of Crete, so the Romans often sent there herbalists. In addition, in Rome, as in Greece, medicinal plants were grown in special gardens. The Romans were engaged in gardening with special love, they first had greenhouses, where young plants were protected from the cold and
- Harmful and poisonous plants
We have to remember that the presence of plants in the office can worsen the condition of people suffering from bronchial asthma. Fungi of the genus Aspergillus, often present in the soil, are the cause of lung disease - allergic aspergillosis. Spores of fungi, getting with inhaled air in the bronchi, settle in them and begin to multiply. Therefore, as a primer for indoor plants is not worth it
- Impurities of seeds of weed plants
To weed plants include sophora (gorchak), kukol, vyazel, trihodessma gray, heliotrope pubescent, spirits intoxicating, pikulnik (gills), etc. Weeds, seeds of which contain toxic substances, grow in different regions of our country: sophora - in the Transcaucasus and Central Asia, Heliotrope pubescent and trihodessma gray - in Central Asia, Vyazel - in the European part.
- Autolysis in plants
The vegetable kingdom is replete with examples of autolysis, but for our given purpose it is enough to cite several familiar examples. All bulbous, from which a standard onion can serve as a sample, contains within itself a new plant surrounded by food sufficient to survive the rest period, during which it does not take food from the soil and air. Onion can sprout in a bucket or bag,
- BASIS OF PHYTOTHERAPY - ACTIVE COMPONENTS OF PLANTS
Zinchenko E.V. Variety of biological activity of medicinal plants Medicinal plants are distinguished by a great variety of chemical composition and contain many dozens of biologically (pharmacologically) active substances. The spectrum of biological activity of medicinal plants is determined by the presence of a sufficient number of substances of different chemical classes and groups that
- PHYTOTOXICOSIS (POISONING ANIMALS BY POISONING PLANTS)
On the territory of Russia several hundred dangerous, ie, poisonous and harmful, for animal plants grow. Poisonous are those plants that cause in animals after eating them on pastures, with hay or silage, a pathological process that often ends in a fatal outcome. Harmful plants spoil livestock products, for example, milk acquires an unusual taste or
- PLANTS - FIRST MEDICINES
The first medicines were plants. For a long time people have sought to find a "grass of immortality" that can cure many diseases. The Babylonian tradition speaks of a man named Ethan. He learned that the healing herb grows high in the uppermost sky. Ethan sat astride the eagle and climbed high into the sky. Three times they made their flight. For the first time the eagle did not have enough strength. The second time Ethana