Treating bradycardia folk remedies - how to enter into the complex therapy

May 25, 2014

 folk remedies treatment of bradycardia
 Treating bradycardia folk remedies may well be combined with medication, if necessary. But in any case, traditional remedies should appoint a doctor after the examination and establish the causes of bradycardia.


Fish oil and bradycardia - will effect?

Traditional medicine recommends taking fish oil for bradycardia Fish oil - so whether it is useful to think?  Fish oil - so whether it is useful to think?
 . From a scientific point of view, this is justified as a source of energy for the heart muscle along with carbohydrates and fats are. Fish oil is in this case taken orally in accordance with the instructions for a particular drug. It is better to take fish oil in the first half of the day after or during a meal (for the prevention of digestive disorders). If you take fish oil capsules Fish oil capsules - will help restore your metabolism  Fish oil capsules - will help restore your metabolism
 , They are not chewed and washed down with water. The course of treatment - a month.

With the purpose of treatment for bradycardia can be used and vegetable oils - corn, olive, safflower, flaxseed. They can be added to salads. You can also prepare the following folk remedy of walnuts: 0, 5 kg of crushed walnut kernels, add a cup of sesame oil and 250 grams of sugar - a mixture №1; 4 to take a lemon, cut each into 4 pieces and pour a liter of boiling water - a mixture №2; combine the mixture number 1 and №2 and mix; obtaining funds to take a tablespoon three times a day for half an hour before meals.


Herbs bradycardia

  • For mild attacks of weakness that often accompany bradycardia Bradycardia - when the heart stops  Bradycardia - when the heart stops
 Folk medicine recommends drinking freshly brewed strong tea with honey or coffee. Typically, heart rate thus immediately increases.
  • Suit and herbs that have a stimulating effect on the cardiovascular system. For example, in the pharmacy you can buy alcohol tincture of belladonna (independently a tincture it is better not to cook, as the belladonna plant quite toxic) and take 5-10 drops at the reception.
  • The pharmacy can also buy tincture devil and take 30-40 drops in the morning and in the afternoon for 30 minutes before eating. Eleutherococcus or tincture, which is taken in the same way.
  • From the dried ginseng root powder can be prepared, which is taken at 0, 25-0, 5 g in the morning half an hour before a meal.
  • Independently you can prepare a tincture from the tops of the pine branches. To do this, take three tablespoons of fresh chopped the tops of the pine branches, pour 300 ml of alcohol or vodka, insist in a warm place for 10 days and take 20 drops three times a day for half an hour before meals.
  • Help relieve fatigue and malaise as the infusion of yarrow. It is prepared on the basis of dining meadow of dry powdered herb per cup of boiling water - the dose that you need to drink during the day.
  • It activates the nervous and cardiovascular systems nettle. The infusion of it is made from the rate of 3 tablespoons to two cups of boiling water. This daily dose of that drink during the day.
  • It helps with bradycardia and a folk remedy as the infusion of asparagus. Prepare it as follows: a tablespoon of chopped asparagus drug boiled water and insist in a thermos for two hours. Take a tablespoon of tincture three times a day for four weeks.
  • A decoction of fennel seeds Dill: benefits and harms of fragrant spices  Dill: benefits and harms of fragrant spices
   in wine. Take 500 ml of dry red wine, boil it for 10 minutes on low heat in an enamel pot, then pour into it 2 tablespoons of ground fennel seeds and cook for another 10 minutes. Cool and store in the refrigerator, take the form of heat a tablespoon three times a day for half an hour before meals for two weeks, then make one week break and repeat the course.

Treating bradycardia folk remedies - herbal teas from fees:

  • take one of the root Aralia, 2 parts of Rhodiola rosea root, root levzei, angelica root, herb mistletoe, 3 parts herb St. John's wort and valerian root, licorice root part 4, part 5 hips; 2 tablespoons of chopped mixture to fill the pre-liter of boiling water, to boil, cook for 10 minutes in a sealed container, cover with grass in a thermos and insist the whole night; taken with half a cup of honey three times a day for half an hour before meals for three months;
  • take 1 part Juniper, 2 parts levzei root, root Echinops, herbs toadflax, dandelion root, chicory root, 3 parts herb St. John's wort, licorice root, valerian root; 2 tablespoons of chopped mixture to fill the pre-liter of boiling water, to boil, cook for 10 minutes in a sealed container, cover with grass in a thermos and insist the whole night; taken with half a cup of honey three times a day for half an hour before meals for three months.

Treating bradycardia folk remedies best done under medical supervision.

Galina Romanenko

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Forest plants with inedible fruits: the enemy need to know in person

July 31, 2014

 forest plants with inedible fruits
 Modern citizen, went on nature only occasionally, rarely feels in the woods at home. It would seem, for the inhabitants of the metropolis lack of experience with nature is not so scary. But sometimes a lack of knowledge of botany and the use of unfamiliar berries in food can lead to tragedy: forest plants with inedible fruits are often poisonous.


Knowledge are not redundant

Art to distinguish edible from inedible plants are not taught in school. It seems that without this knowledge it is possible to do, but life is full of surprises. Picnicking, and even a simple walk in the woods can end sadly if appetizing berry, torn between business, would be poisonous. And in some situations, the ability to find food in the forest can be life-saving. There are many cases where people lost in the woods waiting for rescuers maintained its strength with the help of berries, mushrooms, and other plants.

If everyone knows at least some species of edible mushrooms and berries, some of them toxic congeners of information is much less. Yet it is the ability to give up the tasting of these plants can save lives.


It is better not to try

In forest glades and clearings in moist ravines adjacent to alder buckthorn often grows - tall shrub or tree, dotted with colorful berries. This plant blooms throughout the summer, so one tree can be seen at the same time the flower buds, flowers and berries of varying degrees of maturity: green, red and black.

These berries are often regale bears and birds, they are also used in folk medicine as a laxative (official medicine recognizes only the bark of buckthorn). But hardly anyone would want to experience the laxative effect of berries on a walk in the woods, so it is not necessary to feast buckthorn. Also, these berries cause nausea and vomiting.

Small shrub with bright red berries arranged in pairs - a honeysuckle Forest. This shrub is very attractive, it is often used as an ornamental plant. But you can not savor red berries: they cause diarrhea Diarrhea (diarrhea) - a familiar nuisance  Diarrhea (diarrhea) - a familiar nuisance
 , Nauseous Nausea - there may be problems with the nervous system  Nausea - there may be problems with the nervous system
   and emesis. Many people confuse the forest with honeysuckle edible honeysuckle. This plant can be found in the Far East - from its inedible relative it differs blue oblong fruit with a waxy coating.

Sambucus racemosa - middle-sized shrub with red berries, gathered in the brush. These berries have an unpleasant odor and taste - a plant as if curious tasters warns that it is inedible. Lots of berries may be poisonous because of the high content of hydrocyanic acid. However, the desire to have large amounts of red elder with its unappetizing odor and unpleasant taste is usually no one there. In folk medicine, a decoction of the roots, branches and flowers of red elderberry is used to treat different diseases. The official medicine does not recognize this plant.


Life threatening

In the forest you can meet not only inedible to humans but poisonous berries. Meeting with the fruits may be life-threatening.

Berries cohosh or pigweed krasnoplodnogo hardly anyone wants to try - they smell very unpleasant. And rightly so, because of the high content of alkaloids in the plant is poisonous berries. Even getting juice cohosh may cause skin irritations and burns. Therefore, from small brushes black or bright red shiny berries cohosh is better to stay away.

Flowers lily of the valley - a true symbol of spring. Touching white bells with a delicate aroma poets dedicate poems and songs. But the lily - is not only delicate flowers, but also medicinal raw materials. Preparations made from this plant are effective in treating various cardiovascular diseases. Berries lily of the valley is easily poisoned. Early symptoms of poisoning - nausea, vomiting and diarrhea, are added to them hallucinations and confusion, impaired cardiac function. The lethal dose for a child - two or three berries lily of the valley.

Bittersweet - a medicinal plant. Berries him resemble miniature bright red tomatoes. So I want to try this "toy tomato", but this is not to be: in the nightshade bittersweet contains alkaloids. These substances can cause disruption of the heart, respiratory and nervous systems. Eat fruits nightshade medical purposes is possible only under medical supervision.

Belladonna (deadly nightshade) - a legendary plant. The juice of the berries in the old days buried in the beautiful eyes to the pupils expanded and acquired a special, alluring sheen. Belladonna grows usually hornbeam, beech, fir and oak forests. This herbaceous plant one or two meters is relatively rare. Atropine contained in shiny black berries of belladonna, causes swelling of the face, legs and arms, hallucinations, seizures. Death usually occurs from acute vascular failure and paralysis of the respiratory center.

Red, glowing from within like a shiny berries wolf bast look very tempting. Large berries among green foliage visible from afar. But try they can not be: the plant is poisonous and deadly. Even smell the wolf bast doctors do not recommend, and the juice of the plant may cause skin irritation and chemical burns. Symptoms: Pain in the stomach Pain in the stomach when the body asks for help  Pain in the stomach when the body asks for help
 , Diarrhea, vomiting. Death occurs from cardiac arrest. Lethal dose - 3-5 berries.

Finally, the most poisonous (and, unfortunately, very widespread) berry - crow's eyes. Large black shiny berries surrounded by four large leaves really is a bit like the eyes of a bird. The whole plant is poisonous, but the most dangerous single fruit, which is located on the top of the stem. Berry causes nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, headache, Headache: Causes and Complications  Headache: Causes and Complications
   and cardiac abnormalities up to the cardiac arrest.

Maria Bykov