In addition to the many benefits it can bring us tea infuse our health, I like that I mention in the video you can see a little below, This plant has huge potential, not only for our health, but we can help in various tasks.
Below you can find some examples of what we can do with tea. We hope you like them and you find them useful.
Placing a used tea bag on each of our eyes closed, We can soothe and refresh tired eyes. We can apply warm, moist for five or ten minutes.
We can use a teabag already used above, make new infusion with it and gargle. Thus we will be getting rid of bad breath and remove bacteria from the mouth. The natural fluoride having tea, It can help strengthen the tooth enamel and prevent conditions such as gingivitis.
Fertilizer for plants
Once we have made us tea infusion, We can fertilize our plants with the contents of the bag. We can do both buried in a container the bag, or if you prefer, open it and pour it directly. In this way we will be contributing to the plants a good dose of organic nutrients.
Great ally against Mosquitos
If we want we can not come mosquitos, We can chase them away in a very simple way. We put a few dry tea leaves in an incense burner, We turn on and let the steaming hot for a few minutes. Mosquitoes will not dare to approach.
Last 16 February, on the occasion of the celebration of Chinese New Year, Ivan Trujillo He held a free workshop in a simple series of Qigong exercises that can help maintain and improve the health of our eyes and our vision. If you could not attend, Here you will see integro.
In China and other Eastern countries, the calendar is governed by the Moon, is why not start the year on 1 January but in late January or early February. It is the oldest known calendar and its origins date back to 2637 before Christ, when Emperor Huang Ti introduced the first cycle of the zodiac in the year 61 of his reign. Each cycle takes 60 met years and consists of five cycles of 12 years each. Cycle 78 began on February 1984 and end at the 2044. This year China will celebrate its year 4716 and start the day 16 February, according to the Chinese lunar calendar, and end on 4 February 2019. This year corresponds to the Year of the Dog, more specifically
Yang Earth Dog Brown
According to legend, when Siddharta Gautama, Buddha, was ready to take his last journey to spiritual life, back in the eleventh century BC, set out to gather all the animals of the earth to witness his last will. To his surprise, only twelve of them came to his call and did so in the following order: First came the Rat, then followed the Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, the Dragon, the snake, Horse, sheep, monkey, the rooster, the dog and finally the Pig. Buddha, in appreciation, He turned these twelve animals in the Chinese Zodiac twelve symbols. In this way each animal rule for one and all individuals born in that period would have similar characteristics, but not identical because every human being is unique due to three key factors: the time of birth or ascending, the Yin and Yang, opposing forces in the universe and the five primary elements that alludes Chinese wisdom: Water (ruled by Mercury), Metal (ruled by Venus), Fire (ruled by Mars), Wood (governed by Jupiter) and Earth (governed by Saturn).
According to experts in Chinese astrology, The dog is the most humanistic Zodiac. This year is a year in which we reinvent ourselves and return to the priorities. He returned to the family as the basis for survival; cut ties, interrupted, hurt, you will find an echo among his own family.
In this video, Ivan Trujillo explains what the amazing Chinese oracle I Ching, The Book of Changes, In addition to explaining well as consulting in a very simple way.
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The findings of the study group members in Physical Activity, Physiotherapy and Health, and Innovation in Nursing and Health Care and Cellular Stress and Age were recently published in the prestigious scientific journal ‘Journal of the American Geriatrics Society‘ and they offer a simple and holistic way to prevent injuries, as reported Thursday the UJA.
Tai chi is an ancient Chinese practice centered on flexibility and coordination of the whole body, paying attention to promoting harmonized movement in space. Previous research has shown to be an effective exercise to improve balance control and flexibility in older people.
“This suggests that the practice could help protect against falls, which they are the primary cause of traumatic death in older adults and that generate a large burden on the public health system due to comorbidities associated subjects falling. Therefore, preventing falls emerges as a major global objective for health policy aimed at older populations”, He explained the Dean of Physiotherapy of the UJA and member of the research group of this study, Rafael Lomas.
In his research, the team formed by Rafael Lomas, Professor Department of Nursing Rafael del Pino, Professor of the Department of Health Sciences Francisco Javier Molina and Esteban doctorando Obrero, He conducted a systematic review in the medical literature of the most recent relevant studies and statistical integration of data from these studies through a meta-analysis.
The team identified ten randomized clinical trials that analyzed the effect of tai chi compared to other treatments (as conventional physiotherapy, the low-intensity exercise, stretching or yoga) on the risk of falls in adults at risk and in older adults.
Specifically, The study analyzes the risk of falls, namely, the number of falls reported by study subjects. This concept is more informative because it indicates the risk of injury more accurately.
From his study, They claim the practice of tai chi provides a significantly reduced risk of falls 43 percent compared with other interventions in the short-term monitoring (less than twelve months) and a reduced risk of falls 13 percent in the long-term monitoring (more than twelve months).
“According to these results, there is evidence that high quality Tai Chi significantly reduces the risk of falls and we believe there is scientific evidence for health professionals recommend practice Tai Chi in older adults”, He commented Lomas.
Regarding harmful falls, There was evidence of very low quality of the Tai Chi reduces the risk by 50 percent in the short term and on a 28 percent long term. Practice Tai Chi You can reduce the risk of falls by almost half during the first year of follow-up, and this effect can be extended to more than one year follow-up, although the magnitude of the effect is substantially reduced.
Long-term, “practice Tai Chi It may be recommended to prevent falls in older adults and adults at risk”. The duration of the interventions ranged from twelve to 26 weeks, while the frequency of one-hour sessions ranged from one to three times a week.
“However, due to the small number of published studies, More trials are needed to investigate the effect of Tai Chi on injurious falls and the time to first fall”, He has clarified the researcher.