Dislocation of the joint.

Dislocation of the joint.

Dislocation of the joint.

Dislocation of the joint is a traumatic injury to the joint, as a result of which the articular surfaces are displaced and completely lose contact, and the articular bag is torn.

Dislocation symptoms: Severe, sharp pain in the area of ​​the dislocated joint, aggravated when trying to move the joint. Lack or limited range of motion in the joint.

In case of dislocation, movements in the joint are immediately disrupted, this dislocation differs from contusion, in which pain and dysfunction increase gradually. Usually, the patient does not allow touching the damaged area.

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Treatment of abscesses.

Treatment of abscesses.

Treatment of abscesses.

To accelerate the ripening of an abscess, folk healers recommend such a remedy — grate fresh onions and apply gruel to the affected area;
Bake the onion or boil it in milk, apply it hot to the abscess and bandage it. Change the bulbs every 4-5 hours;
Bake the onion, grind and mix with 1 part of the grated «Baby» soap. Apply the resulting cakes to the abscess, changing every 5 hours. You can use baked garlic instead of onions.

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Pine pollen.

Pine pollen.

Pine pollen.

Pine pollen prolongs youth, cures impotence, tuberculosis, cancer, improves immunity.

From tuberculosis.

There is a very reliable and proven remedy for tens of years for pulmonary tuberculosis (and its other forms) — this is pine pollen. In my memory, for at least 40 years, people have been recovering from the most evil forms of tuberculosis with pine pollen. What I have witnessed many times. There is very little in herbal medicine books about pine pollen. There is almost no information about the treatment of tuberculosis, which is rather strange.

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From exhaustion.

From exhaustion.

From exhaustion.

Endocrine system disease.
Exhaustion is a loss of large body weight. It can be caused by various reasons: thyroid disease, poor nutrition, lack of essential substances in the body for normal tissue nutrition. If you are exhausted, you should consult a doctor and use traditional medicine recipes with his help and under his supervision.

FOLK REMEDIES AT EXHAUST

You can cope with exhaustion and restore normal weight by revising your lifestyle, eating habits, and exercising.

When exhausted, it is recommended to rub the body with heated olive oil with a little wax.

It is better to eat porridge with meat, fried meat (preferably chicken and goose), nuts with sugar.

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Heel spur.

Heel spur.

Heel spur.

Bony heel spurs are found in most people. But, inflammation of these bone growths causes severe suffering. Inflammation can be caused by both joint diseases and poor circulation of the legs.

Alternative treatment of heel spurs is aimed mainly at eliminating painful sensations. But it is important to understand the cause of the disease and, based on this, choose folk remedies for the treatment of spurs. These remedies are diverse, here and treatment with salt dressings, and soda treatment, and mummy treatment.

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Myopathy.

Myopathy.

Myopathy.

Myopathy is the death of the endings of nerve cells, in which there is a violation of the contractility of skeletal muscles, as well as slowly progressive atrophy of muscles and organs. The disease is more often hereditary, but it can also be the result of injury or infection.

The cause of myopathy may be an improper lifestyle, poor nutrition or a lack of vitamins of group B and vitamin E in the body. Mostly men are susceptible to this disease.

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Bladder diseases.

Bladder diseases.

Bladder diseases.

Bladder diseases. Urinary incontinence is the involuntary flow of urine in the absence of the urge to urinate.

Newborns do not know how to hold urine, and this problem often reappears in old age. In women, the muscles of the uterus and pelvic floor weaken with age. This changes the angle at which the urethra (the tube from the bladder) runs, which contributes to urinary incontinence.

Finally, due to frequent overflow, the bladder gradually loses its tone, losing sensitivity to overflow, and loses the ability to contract and expel urine as it fills, as it happens in healthy people. Urine begins to flow involuntarily, not obeying the wishes of the patient, and then it is difficult for him to get to the toilet on time.

Stones in the bladder can also lead to the urge to urinate very often and uncontrollably

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