Athlete’s foot is popularly known as the more famous word – fungus. This disease most often occurs on the legs. First, it is manifested by flaking between the toes with possible itching or burning, and from there moved to the nail, eventually destroying it.
The fungus can be obtained from the distributors of the virus (for example, public bath, swimming pool, etc.), and can also develop as a result of wearing unsuitable footwear, for permanent stay of the foot in a moist environment, to be a consequence of diabetes, and even just a sharp decline in immunity. As you can see, the victim of this insidious disease. And therefore it is necessary to know in advance than to encounter illness, not to give him the slightest chance to parasitize on our skin and nails.
First of all, should indicate that any ointments, creams, and lotions are applied on a steamed foot. Here are the recipes disinfectant baths for feet, designed to fight the fungus.
A decoction of celandine. Take 4 tbsp of grass celandine, pour 1.5 liters of water and boil for 3-5 minutes. When the broth has cooled slightly – lower back legs.
Help us to fight the fungus can act as salt and soda. Take 1 tbsp. spoon these ingredients and dissolve in warm water. Keep in this bath foot about 5-7 minutes.Then wash your feet with plain water. After these procedures, it is desirable to put on the socks soaked in wine vinegar. Continue reading
Rhubarb is a perennial, quite voluminous herbaceous plant of the family Polygonaceae. In appearance the plant is similar to burdock, and the taste of sour Apple. It is unpretentious, accustomed in absolutely any ground conditions. In addition, it does not take much space in Your garden or summer cottage, but will bring You many benefits. The stalks of rhubarb need to be watered at least once in ten days. You should also know that the plant was poorly stored, so try to use it as soon as possible. In addition, it is not recommended to store raw materials in iron and copper containers.
Maturation of rhubarb is in early spring, exactly the time when the human body needs vitamins. And then the plant will be more than ever.
Harvesting of medicinal raw materials
In folk medicine used mainly the root of the plant. Do not use too young roots, wait a couple of years. More useful will be the plant that is not less than four years. Procure raw materials recommended in late summer, early autumn period. It is not advisable to apply for therapeutic purposes, the roots were collected in November or even later. The later You decide to collect the roots of plants, the greater the likelihood that it already does not have great medicinal properties. Continue reading
The use of sorrel is known to Slavic peoples for a long time: who doesn’t love the famous soup seasoned with sour cream? Everyone knows that the dock is useful, but not everyone will respond to what organs it has a beneficial effect. When did you take this plant in gourmet dishes and why he must certainly have?
The history of plants
Use sorrel for the body first became evident to the French. On the tables of noble, bourgeois and even the kings of this plant began to appear from the 12th century. East Slavs, by contrast, was long considered this herb are unfit for food and kept as a weed.
It is noteworthy that this “weed” actually has a high resistance: it grows almost all over the world. Of the 200 species in food actually can be used two – horse and sour sorrel.
The chefs quickly adapted and invented not only soup, but also all sorts of salad recipes, pancakes, and learned how to make the plants filling for pies.
Not remained aloof and masters of folk medicine. After many experiments and observations they found that this plant helps fight against many diseases.Among the people immediately began to spread homemade recipes based on sorrel, which are used in various ailments. Why sorrel is such a useful product? Continue reading