Multiple sclerosis.

Multiple sclerosis.

Multiple sclerosis.

If sclerosis in general is a consolidation of organs, walls of blood vessels and tissues with a violation of the supply of nutrients, blood, oxygen to them, multiple sclerosis — when the sclerotic foci are scattered over the brain and spinal cord, the heavier the central nervous system is affected.

Multiple sclerosis is a long and intractable disease, but folk medicine has long used a number of medicinal herbs that help and soften the course of this serious disease.

For example, flowers or clover seeds: 3 teaspoons of clover flower heads insist an hour in a closed jar in a glass of boiling water, drain. Drink a quarter of a glass 4 times a day for 20 minutes before eating.

The root of the orchis is ground and a teaspoonful of powder is shaken for a long time in a glass of boiling water or milk until thick mucus is obtained. Add 4 tablespoons of grape wine. Drink a quarter cup 4 times a day. In passing, get rid of sexual impotence, kidney stones and various kinds of seizures.

Crayfish — a teaspoon of herbs for a glass of boiling water. Insist 3-4 hours. Strain. Drink 15 minutes before eating 1/2 cup 3 times a day.


Corn is in any form — fresh, boiled, canned, and in winter — corn stigmas — a teaspoon with the top stigma on a glass of boiling water, insist an hour in a sealed container, strain, drink on a tablespoon 4 times a day before meals.

Flax seed and diseases of the cardiovascular system.

Flax seed contains the natural acid Omega-3, which is called the elixir of youth. It lowers cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood.

The likelihood of blood clots in the heart, lungs, and brain is reduced. Blood pressure normalizes, the risk of heart attacks, arrhythmias, diseases associated with heart valves, coronary heart disorders decreases.

Seeds are used for diseases associated with hyperlipidemia, vascular pathologies. Unlike drugs, they do not cause side effects and have no contraindications.



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