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Tuesday, January 16, 2018

The uses of Cassia Tora plant;

Medicinal properties of Cassia Tora, Medicinal Uses of Cassia Tora, and Contraindication for long term using of Cassia Tora;

Health benefits of Cassia Seeds;

What is Cassia plant?

Cassia Tora is an herbaceous annual foetid herb. The plant can grow up from 30 to 90 centimeters tall and consists of alternative pinnate leaves with leaflets mostly with three opposite pairs that are obovate in shape with rounded tip. The leaves grow up from three to four and half centimeters long. The stems have distinct smelling foliage when young. The flowers occur in pairs in axils of leaves with five petals and pale yellow in color. Cassia Tora is an herbal, pure, natural and non polluted green health beverage, in some countries it is believed to rejuvenate human vision.
Additionally, the tea has created a new term of coffee-tea, because of its mysterious but very rich taste and its coffee aroma, with no artificial color and no caffeine, and could be a healthier substitute for coffee and sodas. Since Cassia Tora has an external germicide and anti-parasitic character, it has been used for treating skin diseases such as leprosy, ringworm, itching, and psoriasis and also snakebites

Medicinal properties of Cassia Tora:

Cassia Tora is rich in medicinal properties, the understanding these properties will help to better utilize this herb and to know the conditions in which it should be avoided, the plant characterizes to:
Anthelmintic and Vermifuge; it is used to destroy parasitic worms. Antioxidant; it neutralizes the oxidant effect of free radicals and other substances. Ant-parasitic; it expels parasitic worms such as helminthes, and other parasites from the body. Antiperioditic; it prevents regular recurrence symptoms of a disease, as in malaria. Antiseptic; it is capable to prevent infection by inhibiting the growth of infectious agents. Depurative; it is a purifying agent. Laxative and Purgative; it is tending to stimulate or facilitate evacuation of the bowls in some cases it can be strongly laxative or purgative in effect. Hepatoprotective and Stomachic; it prevents damage to the liver and also stimulates gastric activity.

Medicinal Uses of Cassia Tora:

Cassia Tora has many uses, the whole plant as well as specific parts such as roots, leaves and seeds have been used widely in traditional medicine. The plant seeds are edible, young leaves can be cooked as a vegetable while the roasted seeds are a good substitute for coffee, its flowers can be added to food. Cassia Tora plant can be used as a natural pesticide in organic farms and its powder is most commonly used in the pet food industry. The seeds and leaves are also used to treat skin disease and its seeds can be utilized as a laxative, the leaves of Cassia Tora are used to treat arthritis and swellings.

Health benefits of Cassia Seeds:

The seeds are used as coffee substitute and they have antioxidant properties. They protect liver from damage, and used to treat herpes, diseases of eyes and to heal infected sores. They have hypertensive action and used to lower blood pressure. The intake of the seeds gives relief in constipation. Also the intake of roasted seeds helps in headache. Externally, the seeds are mashed in vinegar or alcohol and applied on eczema, or the seed paste with turmeric and mustard oil is applied topically. The decoction of whole plant is given as a vermifuge and purgative. The root of the plant is used as a bitter tonic, stomachic and the leaves as an anti-periodic aperients and Anthelmintic.

Nutritional benefits of Cassia Tora:

The leaves of Cassia Tora are consumed abundantly in the Sahel country areas, especially at the beginning of wintering, it grows very quickly from the first rainfall and after a week the leaves should be consumable in sauces with African couscous. It is a Rescuer plant that intervenes during the difficult time of the year.

Contraindication:

It is safe to take Cassia Tora in low dosage for a short term period, but do not take it excess dosage. In excess it has many ill-effects, such as lower RBCs, reduced weight and water intake. In males it may cause reduced sperm count and may cause loose motions, as well as mild diuretic effect. Please note, this plant should not be taken for long term period.
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Sunday, December 31, 2017

How to cure joint diseases;

How to cure hypertension, lemon cure, raw onion cure, garlic cure, cure of malaria, Treatment of diarrhea and intestinal parasites;

How to cure hypertension;

How to do food reform;

Use favorable foods:

The fruits are favorable; especially the lemon is a blood purifier. Orange, pineapple taken in the morning on an empty stomach, grapes, apples, and ripe bananas are all fruits beneficial to health. Vegetables such as carrots, tomatoes, lettuce are good for the body. Abundant use of raw garlic and raw onion is recommended. Honey, sunflower oil, corn, and olive have the nutritional virtues, without forgetting the iodized sea salt, and the magnesium found in dates, lettuce and grapes.

How to cure hypertension:

The lemon cure morning and afternoon:

1st week: 2 lemons a day;
2nd week: 4 lemons a day;
3rd week: 6 lemons a day;
4th week: 4 lemons a day;

The raw onion cure:

1st week: ½ onion a day;
2nd week: 1 onion a day;
3rd week: 1.5 onions a day;
4th week: 2 onions a day;
5th week: ½ onion a day;

The garlic cure:

Crush or chop two cloves of garlic in olive oil. Spread slices of bread and eat at breakfast. For joint and tension eat olives.

The cure of malaria:

Treatment of the liver consists of taking olive oil plus lemon juice, 1c of olive oil with 2c of lemon juice, drink fasting half an hour before lunch.

Treatment of digestive disorders related to malaria:

Fruits and leaves of tamarind, so pound the fruits with the seed plus a little water, filter and have a drink at bedtime or in the morning on an empty stomach.

Treatment of diarrhea and intestinal parasites:

Kinkeliba, take 1c of kinkeliba leaf powder plus a little water boil and drink. Or take four to five teaspoons of kinkeliba in the day.

Specific treatment of malaria access in case of crisis:

Nimes and Kinkeliba boil for ten minutes and wash twice a day. Or Nimes to boil ten minutes wash twice a day and drink half a glass every three days.
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Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Curing with medicinal plants;

Recommended foods, suitable drinks, cure for peptic ulcer, healing herbal teas;

Cure of digestive diseases;

Food reforming;

The diets to consume moderately:
Pasta foods; see also the right foods;
Legumes;

The recommended foods:

All vegetables;
All tubers;
Whole grains
Complete pasta;
The complete breads;
Pastries or pebbles of the hand;
Unrefined vegetable oils;
Yoghurt or curdled milk;
Honey of good quality;
All fresh fruits;
Sweet fruits like dates and bananas;
Acidic fruits such as mangoes, guavas, apples, grapes;
Acidic fruits, such as pineapple, lemons, tomatoes,

The proper drinks:

Purified rainwater,
Fruit juices,
Light infusions,
The quinqueliba at the end of meals.

The cure against peptic ulcer:

The cold bath sits;
Deep breathing;
There are two types of deep breathing;
Three-stroke breathing and four-stroke breathing
Olive oil and lemon juice drink on an empty stomach half an hour before breakfast, (1c of olive oil plus 2c of lemons);
Hot lemonade and honey, a hot glass of water with half glass lemon juice plus 1c of honey, drink after the meal.

The healing of herbal teas:

Third formula is spiky spurge; two handfuls of euphorbia spiked to boil in a liter of water for 10 to 15 minutes, go and have a drink morning, noon and night for a week.
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Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Healthy Skin, hairs and nails;

The requirement of healthy appearance, the factors of beauty interior, protection against external aggression;

How to maintain skin, hairs and nails healthier;

Auxiliaries of beauty;

The epidermis, hair and nails regenerate throughout of life. Barometers of the general state of health, they reflect the quality of the food we absorb. To have beautiful skin and hair, it is important to eat a balanced diet, drink plenty of water and protect yourself from harmful substances.

Requirement of healthy appearance:

The skin, the first organ of the body by its dimensions, requires a significant supply of nutrients. Indeed, its superficial layers are eliminated permanently, and must be regenerated by cells that divide in depth. Some of these cells are specialized in the production of hair and nails. Healthy skin protects the body from infections by helping to eliminate bacteria that settle on its surface. Doctors and dieticians sometimes ask for an analysis of the mineral salts present in the hair in order to evaluate the quality of their patient's diet. They also rely on the examination of nails, whose appearance may betray a lack of food, such as stains for example, indicate a lack of zinc.

Factors of the beauty of the interior:

Fruits and vegetables provide the various minerals and vitamins needed to care for the skin, hair and nails. Vegetable and oleaginous oils such as nuts, hazelnuts, etc. provide essential fatty acids essential for the integrity of epidermal cells. The consumption of fiber and water especially at least 1.5 liters a day helps regulate intestinal activity and maintain the purity of the complexion.

Protection against external aggression:

The epidermis must be protected from aging by solar radiation by a cream adapted to the type of skin. The use of ultraviolet lamps is strongly discouraged as these rays reduce the tone and elasticity of the epidermis. It is essential not to smoke because tobacco dries the skin, while smoke contains toxins that dig wrinkles, especially around the mouth and eyes.

Auxiliaries of beauty:

The following vitamins and minerals help keep skin glowing, healthy hair and strong nails.
Vitamin A and beta-carotene work against acne and dry skin.
They also seem to have a preventive action against malignant melanoma.
Vitamin C reduces the aging of the skin induced by solar radiation, smoke and chemical pollutants.
Vitamin E and selenium promote healing and limit aging of the skin due to chemical pollutants.
Vitamin F and vegetable oils nourish the skin and help fight the dryness of the epidermis.
Zinc helps to repair epidermal lesions, and to fight against infections.
It gives strength to hair, skin and nails, just like sulfur.
The skin of fruits and whole grains contain silicon, which would have a fortifying effect on the epidermis.
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Sunday, November 19, 2017

Vegetarians and vegans;

The definition of vegetarian and vegan diet, the ideal vegetarian diet, the dietary supplement;

The distinction between vegetarian and vegan;

Food advices;

The risk of food deficiency for these types of diet.
Several scientific studies tend to show that vegetarians have a longer life expectancy than meat lovers and are less prone to chronic diseases.
These findings may simply reflect the fact that vegetarians are more attentive to their health.
In any case, everyone will be able to take advantage of a vegetarian diet one or two days a week.

The definition of these two types of diet:

Vegetarians do not consume meat or fish.
Vegans do not eat any animal products; in addition to the previous exclusions are eggs, milk and other dairy products, sometimes even honey.

Vegetarians:

The main problem for vegetarians is protein deficiency.
Protein requirements are about 60 to 80 g in a healthy adult, and are more important in certain circumstances such as adolescence, pregnancy and breastfeeding, overwork, intense sports.
While cereals, pulses and oleaginous fruits all contain proteins, they are usually incomplete because they lack one or more of the so-called essential amino acids that the body cannot produce.
To overcome this deficit, it is important to choose plant foods, to vary them, and to supplement them with eggs, milk and dairy products, which contain complete proteins.
If it is not necessary to eat them at all meals, it is wise to eat animal protein at least once a day, and to diversify the sources of vegetable protein during the day.

The ideal vegetarian diet:

From a nutritional point of view, the ideal vegetarian diet includes a wide variety of whole grains, fresh and dried vegetables, fresh fruits and oilseeds such as nuts, hazelnuts, etc. complete with dairy products, eggs and possibly soy.

Vegans:

People who do not consume any animal products may suffer from multiple nutritional deficiencies.
The body can to some extent adapt to this diet by assimilating nutrients more efficiently.
But some, such as calcium, mainly present in dairy products, can only be deficient, which poses problems, especially during growth.
The imbalance of the vegan diet is observed especially in the children, the teenagers, the pregnant women or who have little appetite.
In all these cases, supplements of mineral salts especially calcium, zinc, iron, copper and vitamins such as B12 A and D are essential.
But the coverage of protein needs remains problematic.

Food supplements:

To overcome these deficiencies, it is wise to provide a vitamin and mineral salt intake defined by a dietician according to the specific needs of each person.

Food advices:

Diversify your sources of protein.
Do not take tea or coffee during meals as these drinks may interfere with the assimilation of certain mineral salts.
Consume vegetables and dried fruits regularly such as lentils, beans, chickpeas, nuts, almonds, etc.
Eat fresh vegetables and fruits at least five times a day.
It is not always easy to balance a vegetarian diet, and even more vegan.
In particular, insufficient protein intake results in fatigue, lack of resistance and slowed growth in children and adolescents.
It is then advisable to consult a doctor or a dietician.
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Saturday, November 11, 2017

How diet improves the sport;

The needs of the sportsman, food needs, a balanced diet;

The role of dietary supplement in sport;

How to make a balanced diet;

The diet is essential for athletes; 
it is about preparing a competition, but also on a daily basis to optimize the provided efforts. 
In addition, intense physical activity increases the body's need for antioxidant vitamins and 
minerals. These nutrients could indeed reduce the aches due to exercise and limit the damage 
to tissues and joints caused by free radicals.

The balanced diet:

People who play sports on a regular and sustained basis should ideally distribute 
their caloric intake as follows:
50 to 60% of carbohydrates, at least half of which come from whole grains, pulses or 
starches because they are fuels; privileged of muscle, and the energy they release is easily 
used for muscular work; up to 15% of quality protein needed for cell renewal; 
25 to 30% of lipids, thus approximately 80 to 100 g of fat in a 3000 kcal diet, 
most of vegetable origin as olive oils, avocado oils and oilseeds such as nuts, hazelnuts etc. 
or from oily fish.

The needs of the athlete:

When you make a lot of physical effort, the body temperature increases and the 
mechanisms of perspiration are triggered. If the loss of water is not compensated, 
the performance decreases. The body assimilates faster the water if it is added a little salt 
and sugar but it should be known that an excess of salt and / or sugar has the opposite 
effect and can even cause cramps abdominal. 
A special sport drink can be prepared by diluting fruit juice or pressed fruit in twice 
its volume of water, and adding 1 to 1.5 g of salt per liter. Some energy drinks sold 
commercially contain simple sugars such as glucose and supplements of minerals and 
vitamins. They prove to be useful during an intensive training or the long duration. 
Avoid caffeine, which accelerates the loss of water in the form of urine and can cause 
an unnecessary acceleration of the heart rate.

Food needs among athletes:

  1. Supplements can be beneficial, especially if they are mineralsalts, because they are largely eliminated by perspiration. However, excess nutritional supplements no longer improve performance, and may even have a negative impact on results. 
  2. Be sure to take moderate doses on medical advice. 
  3. By stimulating connective tissue resistance, vitamin C can limit the effects of injury.
  4. Vitamin A, beta-carotene, vitamin B3, and selenium help reduce tissue damage due to exercise and maintain performance. 
  5. A balanced intake of Sodium and Potassium optimizes the distribution of fluids within cells, intercellular tissues and in the blood system. 
  6. These mineral salts are necessary for muscular work and prevent cramps, they are eliminated by perspiration. 
  7. Essential for bones, calcium and magnesium promote muscle contraction and relaxation. 
  8. Hard-working athletes must consume a large quantity of foods rich in magnesium, because this mineral salt is eliminated by perspiration. 
  9. Iron is needed to regenerate damaged or eliminated red blood cells during physical exercise. 
  10. A deficit results in a lack of resistance and greater fatigue. 
  11. Silicon improves the flexibility of the tissues.

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Sunday, October 22, 2017

How to fight against stress!

The Body copes with stress, the optimal form, tips to avoid imbalances and preserve its tone;

The benefits of antioxidants;

Causes of stress;

Even though stress is sometimes considered as a recent phenomenon, generated by modernity, it is likely that it has been an integral part of human life since time immemorial. Feeding, heating and defending against predators once represented as many stressors as today's burnout, loneliness or financial problems.

Body copes with stress:

  1. A sedentary lifestyle is a real health problem.
  2. Indeed, the man of today no longer has the hormones produced under the action of stress, including adrenaline and cortisone, which are used in normal times during the muscular effort.
  3. This can result in a variety of symptoms such as headache, backache, digestive, intestinal and urinary disorders, palpitations and choking sensations.
  4. The immune system goes awry, leaving the door open to infections, heart problems, and even cancer.
  5. A stressed person needs increased intake of certain nutrients because they use them more quickly.
  6.  In addition, his body produces more free radicals, substances that can damage tissue but can be neutralized with vitamins and antioxidant minerals.

An optimal form:


Food provides the fuel that allows you to face and move forward. However, meals too rich and too heavy can also slow down the activity, and some products considered as energizing or stimulant including confectionery, biscuits, and alcohol cause fluctuations in blood sugar responsible for fatigue, while you need of all these faculties. Conversely, skipping meals imbalances one's diet and becomes more vulnerable to disease. Here are some tips to avoid these imbalances and preserve its tone:
  • If you are hungry in the middle of the morning or in the afternoon, avoid biscuits, cakes and chocolate. Opt for healthy, fresh fruits, nuts or oleaginous fruits such as nuts, hazelnuts, etc. as well as fresh vegetables like tomatoes, carrots, etc.
  • Have a hearty breakfast and make light meals, avoiding very fat or very sweet dishes.
  •  Drink enough, because thirst can generate a feeling of artificial hunger. In addition, a water deficit disrupts the elimination of toxins.

Antioxidants:


  • In times of stress, the body needs an increased intake of vitamin C, preferably several times during the day because it is rapidly eliminated in the urine.
  • All B vitamins are essential for the stressed body. Complements should, if possible, be divided between different meals and snack of the day.
  • Vitamins A and E, Beta carotene, zinc, selenium, manganese and copper are antioxidants that help neutralize free radicals.
  • Phosphate, magnesium and calcium help the body fight against stress hormones. They promote muscle relaxation and regulation of the heart rhythm.
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