The magnetic field has such versatile therapeutic effect that can be used with a huge number of diseases. Due to the significant number of studies and wide use of magnetic therapy today is known for many therapeutic effects of magnetic fields on the human body.
The therapeutic effect of the magnetic field – improve the blood circulation and condition of blood vessels. Hence the diversity of its use. After all, the proper delivery of blood and nutrients largely determines the work of all human organs, the nervous system, bones and joints. Another component is to restore normal polarity cells, changed in response to changes in human organs. Third – revitalization of the work of enzyme systems.
Muscle toning (stimulation) as a treatment method known for a long time and is used in medicine 30 years.
Devices for myostimulation (muscle stimulation, pacemakers) are intended for therapeutic and preventive procedures in the outpatient and home settings in a number of diseases.
A muscle injury.
Violation of sensitivity of skin due to injuries and diseases of the brain and spinal cord.
Peripheral (flaccid) paresis and paralysis (limitation of active movements) as a result of injuries and diseases of the nerves (neuritis).
The degenerative disc disease. Continue reading
Many plants, now included in the Pharmacopoeia of different countries and used in folk medicine have come from the practice of ancient peoples. For example, North American Indians from time immemorial knew about the healing properties of Goldenseal canadian and senegi. In China for 3000 years before our era, were familiar with the medicinal properties of rhubarb. LPV. ephedra. In Egypt, approximately in the same period was used for medicinal purposes, castor, opium poppy, Datura, mustard, sea onion and other herbs.
In the bazaars of China and other Oriental countries at the present time, there are the Apothecary’s shop, where you can meet representatives of numerous herbs of the ancient Arabic, Indian and Tibetan medicine, as well as with the compounding of medicines.
The history of these plants dates back to ancient Arabic, Indian, Chinese and Tibetan “herbalists”, which are the prototypes of the modern state Pharmacopoeia. These herbalists indicate the use of a very large variety of plants, which, by the calculation of some authors, reaches 12 000.
This wide range of medicinal herbs due to, primarily, the conditions in which nahodyaschehosya medicine, and that the appeal to nature in search of money from all sorts of illnesses was carried out by individual tribes and clans, who idolized nature and considered that all grass needs to contain any therapeutic substances. Continue reading