Cocoa is not only aromatic and pleasant taste, it is also very useful. It contained the alkaloid theobromine has a tonic effect, but softer than the other well — known alkaloid, caffeine, and so cocoa can be recommended to those who, for whatever reason, coffee is contraindicated. Theobromine has little effect on the nervous system and on the cardiovascular and respiratory systems. So cocoa is very useful in diseases such as asthma. It is also believed
that all cocoa products protect teeth from the harmful effects of sugar.
Modern scientists have discovered that the drink cocoa normalizes the level of cholesterol in the body, supports the normal function of blood, helps to heal wounds. According to the observations of doctors, a Cup of hot cocoa useful in angina and migraines.
American researchers have found an interesting fact: despite the fact that cocoa is more nutritious than tea or coffee, it does not lead to obesity. The fact that even a small portion of cocoa causes a feeling of fullness, therefore, Continue reading
Actually this tea is also called Mongol, Kirghiz, and domba or maps of Jomboy. That is, Kalmyk – this tea with milk, salt and often sharp, buttered, spread in the Caucasus, in Asia, in southern Siberia.
If we talk about the major components of this tea, the
first thing is a mix of green and black teas, and a diverse mixture of grasses, which are based on Badan. Herbs for Kalmyk tea is harvested before flowering, which provides the drink hypoallergenic ü. Tea leaves for this tea are harvested usually in late autumn after harvest of the main crop of young tea leaves. Due to the fact that tea leaves are not subjected to withering and fermentation, Kalmyk tea has a tart, slightly bitter taste and a peculiar yellow-red. The mixture of tea leaves and herbs pressed into briquettes, weighing from 0.3 to 2.5 to 2.8 pounds.
The origin of Kalmyk tea
This tea is the drink of the nomads. Continue reading
Long since in Russia there are many herbs useful properties which are time-tested and used in folk medicine for the prevention and treatment of
certain diseases. One of such medicinal plants is fireweed (its another name epilobium angustifolium), has a whole range of useful properties.
What is more useful: roots, stems, flowers or leaves of fireweed?
Fireweed – it is a perennial plant, growing abundantly along the country roads, meadows and glades. Plant height reaches up to 150 cm medium-Sized flowers clustered in racemes of different colors, ranging from common red color with a purple tint to pale pink or white. The roots of the plants Continue reading