Tibetan medicine

Published April 25, 2018

Tibetan medicine

Tibetan medicine is one of the most interesting and least studied systems of treatment, Indo-Tibetan, or, as it is commonly called, Tibetan medicine. It was formed in the 13th century on the basis of the Indian principles of healing. The first Tibetan works were translations from Sanskrit, and Tibetan medicine llamas used imported Indian raw materials...

Poisons of snakes

Published April 25, 2018

Poisons of snakes

Due to their unique properties, snake venoms have long attracted the attention of physicians. Moreover, these days they are considered to be the most valuable raw material, extremely necessary for the pharmaceutical industry. Snake venoms are complex mixtures of organic and inorganic substances produced by the glands of some species of snakes...

Flowers-watches

Published April 25, 2018

Flowers-watches

Flowers-watches are fine. Just time can be determined with the help of flowers! Flowers-watches are a set of herbaceous plants, the flowers of which blossom and close at a certain time of the day. Once upon a time, a well-known explorer of nature Carl Linney noticed that certain flowers open and close their petals at a certain time...

Plants-barometers

Published April 25, 2018

Plants-barometers

The main thing for nature trekking is the weather. A person does not have the ability to respond sensitively to changing weather and even more so to predict it, but many plants-barometers can help him in this. For a gardener, this issue becomes even more urgent, because the weather depends on the harvest and the splendor of the flowering plants...

King-bees

Published April 25, 2018

King-bees

American entomologist Adam Messer was found in the jungles of Indonesia giant king-bees the size of a hummingbird. True, only females reach this size - males are 2 times smaller. Giant king-bees live in small tubular nests, arranging them inside nests termites, located on trees or hollows. Outwardly, their homes resemble basketballs made from...

Electricity in medicine

Published April 25, 2018

Electricity in medicine

Much earlier than in technology, electricity was used in medicine. From what only doctors did not treat the newfangled electric discharges: from cold and rheumatism, from eye diseases and from cough, from headaches and insanity, from gout and paralysis, from insomnia and calluses. Not surprisingly, in the creation of an isolated electrical cable, medicine is also a priority...

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