Health gives a microdose.
The name of the founder of the new direction in medicine – microphytotherapy – Seeds Arkadievich Roizman – is widely known in scientific circles.
He — academician, doctor of medical Sciences, Professor, doctor of the highest category, physician, nephrologist, herbalist, author of over 120 scientific publications, including 8 monographs and 2 manual. Unfortunately, Simon A. passed away a year ago. But left a great scientific legacy that continues to serve the people. The granddaughter of t
he scientist Olga Didenko has kindly provided us with material about the unique fate of Dr. Roizman, who managed to put on height science centuries-old experience of traditional healing. Including the use of the legendary person-the root of ginseng.
People’s experience — research methods
The study of the action of medicinal herbs Semyon Abramovich Roizman began in 1961, and three years later proceeded to the practical work in rural medical station of pharmaco – and phytotherapy of children and adults. In 1984, at the Odessa self-supporting Advisory clinic opened an experimental phytotherapeutic Cabinet, and a month — phytotherapeutic pharmacy for manufacturing medicines charges for drinking, gargling, mikroklizm, douches, etc. the Opening reception and pharmacy allowed Dr. Roizman take 30-40 patients per working day. Among them were the patients coming from different parts of the country to be treated in sanatoriums of Odessa. In 1999, S. A., Roizman defended doctor – ical thesis on “Microphototherapy — new therapeutic and preventive direction in medicine,” and in 2000 he was elected academician of the energoinformational Sciences, in 2002 he became a Professor. Based on years of practice has written several monographs and of the faculty in cardiology and gastroenterology.
While herbal medicine as an independent method was denied health care due to misunderstanding of its essence. And now in Russia, unlike other countries, not as a doctor phytotherapist. Many scientists and doctors ignored it, but privately in the cities and villages of the healers engaged in treatment of herbs. Among them was the old paramedic who was literate and enjoyed success among the population. They were standing in the morning queues of patients. The compositions of charges of medicinal plants, obtained by experiment, was hereditary.
Through trial and error to success
Literature on herbal medicine at that time was very small, so the main teachers were the patients who applied to Dr. Roizman, wanting to be treated with medicinal herbs.
— I was lucky that many of them were disciplined and followed my recommendations, — said Semyon Abramovich. — Medicinal herbs had to collect myself.
Using drugs charges in various diseases in traditional dosage, the doctor noticed that they are 30 percent or more cases give the exacerbation of the main and concomitant diseases. So they had to abandon herbal medicine and conduct these patients pharmacotherapy. From large doses suffered most severely ill, especially cancer.
— Through further observation of patients, I noticed that when decreasing the daily dose they seem to tolerate drugs charges — recalled Semyon Abramovich. — In 1968, instead of the recommended 5.0–10.0 g of herb per day in 200 ml of water I was prescribed 1.0–2.0 g to 500 ml. In this case, biologically active substances contained in plant raw materials affect the human body at the cellular and molecular level. And this is the level, where is the root cause of the disease.
The healing power of ginseng root
In the monographs, S. A., Roizman, much has been written about the amazing medicinal plants — ginseng, which has healing powers. In Chinese medicine ginseng is considered all-means. He is credited with stimulant, tonic, hypertensive, adaptogenic, immunostimulating, analgesic, tonic effect. Ginseng is a strong pathogen of the Central nervous system, increases the hemoglobin content, has a positive gonadotropic effect and a positive effect on the processes of excitation and inhibition.
Since 1951, preparations of ginseng is permitted in Russia for use as tonics with reduced blood pressure, fatigue, exhaustion, neurasthenia. In preparations of the ginseng clearly expressed seasonality action. They are most effective in autumn and winter.
Some scientists believe that ginseng root and other classic (and not classic) phytoadaptogens is medication for healthy people to avoid diseases. Ginseng is indicated for the maintenance, preservation of health for people of all ages, but mostly elderly and old people. Prevention of diseases of old age has the highest humanistic sense. As well as the prevention of cancer.
One of the few highlights in the scientific literature effects of ginseng is its ability to not only prevent obesity, but also significantly reduce the body weight.
Advice from Dr. Roizman
HOW TO KEEP THE GINSENG ROOT
For medical purposes ginseng is used both in fresh and in canned form. Found in woods or dug from the garden root is carefully cleaned with a toothbrush under running water. Break off all the thick lateral roots, cut them lengthwise so that each strip is not thicker than 5 mm, placed on a spread out paper and dried in the sun. After drying, the weight of roots is reduced by about 4 times. The dried roots store wrapped in parchment paper not more than 1-2 years in a dry dark place.
HOW TO PREPARE A TINCTURE FROM GINSENG
The most widely used tincture of ginseng, prepared from 10 g of dried root per 100 ml 20% alcohol. The infusion is kept in a dark place for 7-10 days, daily shaking, then filtered and the remaining precipitate again fill in, but half the amount of 20% alcohol and allow to infuse for another 10 days. Then the two solutions were poured together and stored in a dark container at room temperature. Shelf life — 2 years.
HOW TO TAKE TINCTURE OF GINSENG
Ingestion of tincture of ginseng root is recommended for such a scheme: for 20-30 minutes before meals 2-3 times a day, take 5-25 drops to 3 tablespoons of purified water. In the first day, take 5 drops, and listen to your body, if there is no discomfort (discomfort), then the second day take 6 drops and the following days to add, drop by drop. And listen to yourself. For the elderly, it is sufficient to bring the dosage up to 15 drops morning and afternoon; middle-aged and younger — to 40 drops. If at some point the body gives a signal in the form of discomfort, go on a step back. This is your optimal dosage.
— acute infectious diseases of bacterial nature, hypertension, tachycardia;
— not recommended for children under 16 years of age;
— do not start reception in a warm season; the appointment of tincture of ginseng most effective in autumn and winter.