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 Taking advantage of indigenous herbs It is said that herbs made from plants cure many ailments. Some indigenous medicines boost the body's immune system. While some herbs relieve indigestion, normalize the nervous system, soften the stomach if it is heavy, and

keep our glands functioning properly.These herbs do not simply cure illness. It also provides nutrients. For example, some herbs relieve urinary problems. Such as ajman plants. This diuretic plant is high in potassium. * When we lose potassium through urine, this potassium rich plant compensates for the loss. Similarly, a plant called Valerian (Valerian officinalis) also has plenty of calcium. This plant has been used by people for a long time as an analgesic. The calcium in the plant acts as a sedative, calming the irritated nervous system.

How to take indigenous medicine? Indigenous medicine made from plants can be taken in many ways. For example, it can be taken in the form of tea or decoction or kavo, or in the form of tincture or ointment. Tea is made by pouring boiling water over the herbs. But doctors especially advise that the herb should not be boiled in water to make herbal tea. To make kava, the roots and bark of the plant are boiled in water so that the healing element is well absorbed in the water.

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How is tincture made? One book states that "tinctures are made by mixing pure or diluted alcohol, brandy or vodka with useful extracts from herbs." There are also many ways to make ointment. Ointment is usually applied when there is a disease or pain in any part of the body.

Other medications and vitamins are usually taken after a meal. While indigenous medicines are also taken on an empty stomach. Because it is considered a kind of food. You can also take this Ayurveda medicine in capsules. It is easier and does not spoil the taste of your tongue. If you want to be treated with these indigenous medicines in any way, consult the doctors of the area first. It is for your own good.

Generally, when fever, stomach ailments, insomnia, constipation, nausea or vomiting occur, it is recommended to take indigenous medicine or faki as a village remedy. However, even in severe cases, this indigenous medicine sometimes works. It not only cures pain but also prevents getting sick. For example, in Germany and Austria, if someone has a disease called prostatic hyperplasia (in which the prostate gland is inflamed), people first prescribe an herbal medicine called palmetto (Serenoa repens). In some countries, the disease affects 30 to 40 percent of men. However, if there is any swelling in this way, it is very important to get a checkup from a doctor to know whether further treatment is required. Because, if you have cancer, more treatment may be needed.

 Keep in mind that most people believe that there is no risk in taking indigenous medicines. Still, care must be taken. Never take anything for granted, even if it is labeled "natural." An encyclopedia describes indigenous herbs: “It may seem shocking to know, but some herbal remedies are extremely dangerous. . . . Still, [sadly], some people do not think about the dangers of taking such indigenous medicine. ” Certain chemicals in indigenous medicine can alter your heart rate, blood pressure, and glucose levels. Therefore, people who have high or low blood sugar due to heart disease, high blood pressure, or diabetes must take precautionary measures before taking any indigenous medicine.

 Nevertheless, it is worth noting that these indigenous medicines have far fewer side effects than other medicines. It only causes certain allergies, such as headaches, dizziness, vomiting or nausea, or itchy skin. It is also said that indigenous medicines cause a lot of pain in the beginning. There may be a fever or other symptoms, but only for a short time. If you are taking indigenous medicine, your condition may appear to have worsened before recovery. Doctors say it is common for indigenous therapies to have such an effect early on. This is because, when you are taking indigenous medicine, blood disorders or other wastes are coming out of your body, which causes you to experience pain or the symptoms shown above.

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