Inflammation of the facial nerve: symptoms and traditional methods of treatment of the disease
Now, probably everyone knows that an inflammation of nerve on the face is a very unpleasant and rather painful for the man. Usually the disease appears in people in old age. Inflammation of the trigeminal facial nerve may occur due to different pathological processes. But you should know that factors which contribute to this huge amount.
In this disease these are the symptoms: suddenly the person has severe pain in the face, jaw and nose. This can be compared to shock. It hurts that people can’t even touch the place. It usually appears on the face in the mouth area. Of course, the resulting pain in the face may for a while to leave, but she again occurs and may increase. But some patients experience persistent pain.
Some are wondering, who most often this disease occurs in men or in women? Most often it affects our dear ladies.
How to treat inflammation of the facial nerve?
The symptoms of inflammation of the trigeminal facial nerve and further complication may be only in the case where a nerve, which is located on your face gets swollen and highly inflamed. Half of the face can look distorted, your smile becomes ugly and curve. The eyes of man can not fully open. Here is all nativedatatype of the facial nerve on the face. Continue reading
St. John’s wort (Hypericum perforatum) is a perennial herb, St. John’s wort family (Hypericaceae). Height to meters. Has a branched rhizome. The stem is two-sided, dense.
The flowers are small, single or numerous bright yellow (Golden), with terpkovatyj, but pleasant smell, are collected in paniculate, corymbose inflorescences. Blooms in June-August. Gives the bees a lot of pollen. The leaves are opposite, dotted with translucent glands. Propagated by seeds. Seeds cylindrical, numerous, winged, small, oval, villous, or cellular. The plant has a bitter taste and balsamic odor.
In the post-Soviet space there are about 50 species. In folk medicine, along with St. John’s wort common St. John’s wort is used tetrahedral (Hypericum quadrangulum), but the healing properties and the external differences between them are insignificant. In Russia it is extended everywhere, except the far North. Grows in mixed and deciduous forests, on rocky slopes, meadows, among shrubs, prefers dry soil, above sea level rises up to 2300 m.
The name of the grass was due to the toxicity to animals, causes rasshirennoi of the pupils, vertigo and General dullness. Particularly susceptible: cattle, horses, sheep. For people slobotkin. Common names – punctured,pierced, blood grass, grass wounds of Jesus, hard hay, healer of wounds, hare blood and kovanica for his ability to paint hands red bloody color. Continue reading
Among all traditional medicine drugs of plant origin are the most popular, especially drugs derived from plants . Eastern wisdom says that “there is no such plant that was not medicinal, there is no disease that cannot be cured by the plant.”
The first record of medicinal plants belong to the Sumerians, who lived in Asia for 3000 years BC. The treatment plants was widespread in Ancient Egypt, there for 4000 years BC, were well known medicinal properties of castor bean, acacia, henbane, Flaxseed, Maca, mint, plantain, willow and many other plants.
In depth of centuries history out of herbal treatments in China, India, Japan, Korea, Laos, Vietnam, the Arab East, Central Asia and America. Traditional medicine is not an isolated phenomenon in one country or one continent, it is the product of the wisdom of all mankind. But due to different climatic conditions, the plant world each nation has accumulated its own experience of healing and its own set of medicinal plants.
In Russia herbs were used long ago. The study of many written monuments shows that the herbal treatment on the territory of Russia led by the Scythians, who lived in the Northern black sea from the Dniester to the don (VII century BC – I century ad).The experience of the Scythians through the generations of ants took over the Magi. With the introduction of Christianity herbal treatments have become involved clergy, who catered mainly for wealthy people, but the people treated healers, herbalists. Continue reading