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Is There A Cure For Diseases In Plants?

Published at 01/19/2012 22:30:07


Since the beginning of time the secret science of medicine was shared by masters to only one or two devoted disciples. They passed through many trials and tests before they got the masters grace to reveal his secrets.
Time has said his word; humanity has developed consciousness, which created a passage into a new dimension that imposed the reveal of the secret of plants to us.


Since ancient times, man wanted to find cure for diseases that tortured him. Seekers of the cure for diseases were few and they were struggling to cure diseases with all means available to them. They used knowledge passed down from generation to generation, and to treat diseases most of them often used herbs.

Echinacea is a cure for diseases.
Because of its anti-infective, antiseptic, detoxifying and strengthening the immune system, Echinacea is recommended for treating infections such as respiratory (viral, flu), urine (cystitis), genital (attached) or skin. Due to its antiviral properties, Echinacea can be considered an antibiotic vegetable. In winter, a diet based on Echinacea can replace the flu vaccine. The cure takes 7-10 days of administration, 2 teaspoons of fresh juice or Echinacea tincture 3 times a day. Echinacea restores the body's immune capacity and prevents the risk of complications or recurrences, so it is indicated during periods of convalescence.
Dandelion is a cure for diseases.
The tonic properties of bitter dandelion stimulate the pancreas and gallbladder secretion. It is recommended for the same properties in treating anorexia and gastritis hypo acid, in this case dandelion preparations were administered half an hour before meals. Diuretic and stimulant of bowel, dandelion is indicated for those with kidney and bowel lazy. Unlike other diuretics, it does not remove the potassium in the urine. In the form of poultices or baths, dandelion has anti-rheumatic qualities. Dandelion is one of the plants well tolerated without side effects. The only contraindication refers to cases of allergy to pollen, acute cholecystitis or gallstones.
St. John's Wort is a cure for diseases.
As an infusion, steeped in oil, tincture or poultice, St. John's Wort is an excellent remedy for a wide range of diseases. Infusion (2-3 cups per day) is recommended for the treatment of hyperacidity gastritis, gastric ulcer, hepatitis, chronic colitis. Tea and tincture of St. John's wort with hypertension are indicated on the merits in cases of nervous irritability or psychomotor agitation. Cataplasms apply for the relief of rheumatic pain joint areas.


Marigolds are cure for diseases.
Because healing properties, Marigolds are used as a remedy to treat hyperacidity gastritis, gastric and duodenal ulcers and liver disease. The infusion is made from two teaspoons of dried herb top 300 ml of boiling water. Drink three times daily, half an hour before meals. Tincture is obtained from freshly picked flowers, are placed in a glass container of about one liter. Pour the alcohol until the flowers are covered, and the vessel is placed for two weeks near a heat source. Externally, use tincture or ointment of marigold.
Chamomile is a cure for diseases.
Chamomile flowers have spasmolytic action, anesthetic, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, healing and sedative. Chamomile preparations are used in relieving symptoms of hyperacidity gastritis, gastric or duodenal ulcers and enterocolitis. In addition, chamomile soothes pain caused by tension or lazy digestion, and is also helping to reduce mental stress. As good antiseptic, it reduces the inflammation caused by urinary tract infections and helps to speed up healing. Place a teaspoon for infusion of the plant in 250 ml of boiling water. Drink 2-3 cups of tea per day, preferably unsweetened.