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Alt 03-08-2012, 14:26   #1 (permalink)

 
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Standart kolesterol için bitkisel çözümler

Prof. Dr. Ahmet Maranki 'den kolesterol için bitkisel çözüm önerileri:

Kolesterol insan vücudunda kan gibi gerekli olan bir maddedir. Fazlalığı çeşitli hastalıklara sebep olur.

Soya lesitin,omega 3 yağı, üzüm çekirdeği özü, greyfurt,enginar, ananas hapları, yeşil çay, zencefil, biberiye, kuşburnu, kekik, kırmızı pul biber, sivribiber kolesterol için faydalıdır.

Tereyağı, margarin, balıkyağı, kaz yağı, sığır yağı, koyun iç yağı, tavuk yağı ve hindi yağı gibi katı yağlarla, sakatat, yumurta sarısı, krema, fazla hamur işleri ve şeker,fazla tuz,kestane, ve kuru yemişler çok az kullanılmalıdır.

Kolesterole karşı pratik bitkisel formüller:

1- Ayrık kökü, ardıç tohumu, zeytin yaprağı,kekik, biberiye gibi bitkiler çay gibi demlenip içilirse kolesterolün düşmesini sağlar.

2- Biberiye ve zerdeçal toz haline getirilip yemeklere yarı çay kaşığı eklenir.

3- yeşil çayın kolesterol düşürücü etkisi vardır.

4- Bir bardak kaynar suya 1 çay kaşığı toz zencefil konularak 10 dakika demlendirilir. günde 3 bardak içilir.

5- Bir bardak suya 4-10 gram zerdeçal konularak 10 dakika kaynatılır. Günde 2-3 bardak içilir.

6- Bir bardak kaynar suya 4-10 gram sarı kantaron konularak 10 dakika demlendirilir. Günde 2 bardak içilir
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Protects Healthy Cells
and Stimulates Production of Natural Interferon
The first major study of Nigella sativa in cancer prevention and treatment was performed by scientists at Cancer Immuno-Biology Laboratory of Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. They concluded that a healthy immune system will detect and destroy cancer cells before the cancer endangers the patient. The immune system does this by supporting increased production of immune cells, bone marrow cells, and B-cells that produce antibodies. Black cumin stimulates neutrophil activity. These are the short-lived immune cells that are normally found in bone marrow but mobilized into action when there is a bacterial infection. Extracts of black cumin have also been shown to modulate production of interleukins, a quality it shares with some other highly revered herbs: ginseng, astragalus, mistletoe, garlic, and cat's claw.
In animal studies, while none of the subjects in the control group survived, two-thirds of the mice that had been given black cumin seed oil were still alive 30 days after deliberate efforts to cause cancer in the subject groups. Black cumin is particularly useful in aggressive cancers whose growth depends on angiogenesis.
In vitro studies performed in Jordan and the United States have determined that the volatile oil is anti-leukemic. Studies performed in Spain as well as England found that the fixed oil is useful in the treatment of rheumatism and other inflammatory diseases. This property is attributed to thymoquinone which is as high as 25% in the Egyptian seed and missing entirely is some seeds.
Culinary Uses
Black cumin seeds are small. They can be used to make tea by simply pouring hot water over the seeds and letting the brew steep for 10 minutes, about a tablespoon makes a nice cup of tea, but it is better to keep the cup covered until ready to drink so as to prevent the aroma from escaping. Some people add a few seeds to their favorite tea or coffee and allow their imaginations to conjure up images of camels and nomads. The seeds can also be added to casseroles or breads, used in canning, or extracted in wine or vinegar. Some people grind the seeds and mix them with honey or sprinkle them on salads. They make a nice addition to salad dressings and even stir fry dishes, especially when combined with lemon, cilantro, and tahini.
Black cumin seeds mixed with honey and garlic are excellent tonics for people with asthma or coughs as well as those who want to enhance their immunity during cold and flu season or when an infection is setting in.
Nigella Sativa for Beauty
Most people seeking the benefits of black cumin take the oil in capsule form. Over a period of time, usually a few months, the hair and fingernails are strengthened and have more luster. However, some people use the oil externally, for beauty as well as for treating skin conditions such as psoriasis and eczema. One can buy a ready-made cream, add some oil to a favorite cream, or make one's own cream from scratch by warming equal parts (by volume) of black cumin seeds and a nice carrier oil, like shea butter or jojoba. It's best to use a double boiler or be lazy (like me) and use a yogurt maker because the temperature is very even so you can safely ignore the process for hours. The oil will darken. When you feel this has been warmed long enough, melt a little beeswax into the warm oil. Stir it with a glass rod or new chopstick. If you like, you can add an essential oil or combination of oils just before the beeswax stiffens. Choose this for aesthetic or health reasons. Some people use such mixtures on burns or skin infections; some just use these creams to feel good, moisturize the skin, relieve joint or pain, or make wrinkles vanish.
Many combine vinegar and oil. In this case, mix one cup of black cumin seeds in organic apple cider vinegar. Let this sit for a few days or two weeks. Then, strain the mixture, first through a conventional strainer, then through a finer filter, like cheesecloth or a chemical-free coffee filter or tea bag. Mix the remainder with equal parts black cumin vinegar and black cumin oil. Heat this for a few minutes and then put into a mason jar and refrigerate. Apply this to problem skin such as areas with acne or take one tablespoon before meals for flatulence and digestive problems.
More importantly, enjoy another gift from Nature!
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