The Power of Siberian Herbs

Sagan Daile

Sagan Daile

On the slopes of the Sayan Mountains grows an amazing plant whose name is Sagan Daile. The name is translated as "prolonging life".
According to one of the legends, Sagan Daile appeared in those places where mighty warriors stuck their spears after victorious battles. And that is why this plant has the ability to heal even seriously ill people.
And in the Buddhist mythology Sagan Daila is one of the seven plants surrounding the healer's preceptor, the All Enlightened Bhayshajyaguru.
Another legend tells that the mighty Genghis Khan himself - a great warrior and wise ruler - liked to drink tea from Sagan Daile because it gives vigor to the body and clarity of mind.
The properties of Sagan Daile are now quite well studied. Firstly , it is a natural tonic that stimulates the metabolism, increases stress resistance and efficiency. Secondly, the unique composition of the plant provides the following properties:
1) Bactericidal
2) Anti-inflammatory
3) Antioxidant
4) Vasodilator
5) Capillary strengthening
6) Stimulating the brain activity
7) Drawing out waste products from the body, especially from lungs and bronchi.
Interesting is the fact that Siberian shamans like Sagan Dai tea very much, considering it a remedy for many diseases, and feeling on themselves its great property to increase efficiency and immunity.

Grivasta caragana

Grivasta caragana

Caragana mane (Caragana jubata, Spurge, Grievka) is a perennial herbaceous shrub belonging to the legume family, genus Caragana. Grows in the mountainous regions of China, Eastern Mongolia, Nepal, Tibet and India. In Russia, places where Camel's Tail grows can be found in the Far East and Eastern Siberia, as well as in the mountainous regions of Central Asia.

Raspberry root

Raspberry root

Many people know about the medicinal properties of raspberries. But few people know that the root of this bush has more pronounced medicinal properties than berries and leaves.
It is very useful to take raspberry root, if you have a weak immune system. It also helps in treating diseases of the upper and lower respiratory tracts, as well as in the case of abnormalities in the lymphatic system.
Raspberry root is recommended to use in case of viral and seasonal infections.

Agaricus

Agaricus

Agaricus, or larch mushroom, has been known since the time of Avicenna. Dioscorides argued that agaricus was the best remedy for recovery (chronic fatigue syndrome, neurasthenia, depression) and the fight against old age.
The mushroom was attributed the ability to protect against poisons. There is a legend that King Mithridates took a daily infusion of agaricus.
There is a legend that after the defeat, Mithridates decided to poison himself in order not to be taken prisoner.
Agaricus is also associated with the name of the ataman Ermak. They say that when the ataman during his famous Siberian campaign sick with tuberculosis, from that light it was extracted from the infusion agaricus.
Useful properties of the "king of all medicines" as it was called in antiquity:
1) Positive effect on metabolism and liver function.
2) Elimination of toxins from the body.
3) A strong antimicrobial and antiviral remedy
4) Helps to fight cancer
5) Treats diseases of the respiratory tract.

Icelandic moss

Icelandic moss

According to legend, it was on the island of Iceland that this plant was used as a remedy for upper respiratory tract disease.
Later it was used as a medicinal plant in other countries as well.
Main properties of Icelandic moss:
1) It cures respiratory diseases
2) Helps in diseases of kidneys and urogenital system.
3) Activates the gastrointestinal tract.
4) It has anti-inflammatory, antiviral and immunomodulatory properties.

Leuzea safflower

Leuzea safflower

A perennial herbaceous plant; a species of the genus Raponticum in the family Asteraceae. It grows in the Altai Mountains, in Western and Eastern Siberia, in Central Asia. In Siberia the plant is known as "maral grass", and the root is called "maral root". This is due to the fact that maral deer are treated with this root. It is used as a honey-bearing and medicinal plant, for silage, haylage, and grass meal.

Juniper berries

Juniper berries

The genus juniper is one of the oldest representatives of the plant world. Not surprisingly, the dark berries of this plant have long been of interest to people for their useful properties. With the development of science it became easier to discover the potential of juniper berries and it turned out that under their skins there was a whole storehouse of plant substances, the most positive way to affect human health and well-being.
Promotional properties:
1) Natural diuretic and bactericidal agent for diseases of the urinary system.
2) An expectorant and antibacterial remedy for viral and infectious diseases.
3) Stimulator of secretory and digestive functions
4) Draw out toxins from the body
5) Work as a natural stimulant for the genitourinary, digestive and respiratory systems
6) Fight against pathogenic microflora.
7) Have a restorative effect

Linden honey

Linden honey

It is included in the list of the most valuable varieties of honey. Bees produce it from the yellow-green nectar of the linden. Linden honey is most commonly used for rhinitis, sore throat, laryngitis, bronchitis, tracheitis, bronchial asthma. It is an excellent tonic and soothing agent. It is rich in vitamins E, K, and B, carotene, as well as many other useful trace elements. Linden honey contains more than 300 useful elements for the human body. Its natural sweetness is due to the easily oxidizable sucrose. For the liquid consistency is responsible for a small amount of water. The energetic value is from 330 to 380 kcal per 100 grams. The product contains complex proteins, organic acids, vitamins C and E, as well as the following B compounds:
biotin;
thiamine
pantothenic acid;
niacinamide;
riboflavin;
pyridoxine.
In addition, honey has many minerals: iron, phosphorus, copper, magnesium, zinc.
And their ratio is close to that contained in human blood. A large number of necessary elements, combined with a pleasant aroma and taste - that's what made this product so popular.

Water

Water

The unique properties of water depend directly on the ability of its molecules to form intermolecular associations. This possibility is provided by hydrogen bonds as well as by orientation, dispersion and induction interactions (van der Waals interactions). Water molecules are a product of both associative formations (which in fact have no organized structure) and clusters (which in fact have an ordered structure). A cluster is commonly understood as the integration of several elements identical in composition. Such integration becomes an independent unit and is characterized by the presence of certain properties.