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Momio, this black and black gold can save your joints, bones and of course treat arthritis, fractures
#Momio, this black and black gold can save your joints, bones and of course treat arthritis, fractures and healing, restores the immune system, restores systems, painkillers, helps in recovery from diseases. Effective in treating diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, liver and kidneys.  Helps to remove subsequent toxins from food and restore the normal flora of the stomach and intestines.
 Relieves toothache, neutralizes allergic reactions to bites.
 Reduces adverse effects from harsh treatments, such as radiation and chemotherapy.
 Accelerates healing of injuries and healing of tissues and skin after surgeries or accidents.  There are reports of successes in treating various degrees of burns.
 Increases resistance to viral infections and extreme weather changes.
 Accelerates tuberculosis healing…
 #Mumio
 #Shilajit Botanical Name: Shilajit Common Name: Mumio Hebrew Name: #Mumio
 Mummy is a substance that has been used by mankind for over 3000 years.  It is mentioned in the writings of Aristotle who lived in the third century BC, in Persian, Indian, Tibetan and Chinese medical writings.  Ibn Sina, who lived in the 11th century, tells of the medical use of his mummies.
 The name Mummy originated in Greece, and may have come to Greece from ancient Persia.  The name means the substance that preserves the body.  Apparently this is also the origin of the term mummy familiar to us from Egypt.
 It is known about the use of mummies in ancient Egypt for healing, cosmetics and embalming.
 The mummies originate from mountainous areas in Asia, which are over 2800 m high.  It is found in the Caucasus Mountains, Pamir Mountains, Himalayas, Tchien-Schan and Altai.
 The mummy is found on cave ceilings or in cracks in the cave rocks, in the form of drops or falling tears.
 The process of mummy formation takes 500-1000 years, and the inventory is small.  Remove the mummy from the rock and clean it of the debris next to it.
 The mummy is formed from the remains of animals and plants, which over the years bind minerals from the rocks.  Chemical analyzes have demonstrated the presence of pollen and other hive products in its mummies.
 Physical properties
 The mummy is kept in the mountains thanks to the low temperature.  In warmer places it would rot and disintegrate.
 The clean material is homogeneous, with a characteristic odor and a dark brown color.
 The clean mummy is completely dissolved in lukewarm water, barely dissolving in alcohol and other organic solvents.
 The solution of mummies in distilled water is slightly alkaline, Ph
 Between 7.5 and 8.5.  The taste is bitter.
 Chemical compound
 The mummy contains 5-20% water.  The concentration of water varies according to the place and according to the storage time.
 It is composed of organic and inorganic components whose ratio is different in its mummies coming from different sources.
 Organic ingredients: volatile oils about 20%,
 Amino acids, peptides and albumin components about 14%,
 Steroid compounds about 4%, polyphenols about 4%,
 Fats about 4%,
 Organic compounds that do not contain about 20% nitrogen,
 Vitamin B1 (thiamine), B5 (pantothen), B6 ​​(pyridoxine),
 B12 (cyanocobalamin), vitamin C, A, E, all together 1%.
 Minerals: A total of 15-25%, mainly oxides and salts of metals, silicates and sulfur and phosphorus compounds.
 Minerals found in ash: Na, K, Ca, Mg, Fe, Si, Zn,
 Co, Mo, Cu, B, Se, Cadmium, Mn, Cr, Bi
 Physiological properties
 The mummy acts as a tonic.  It improves the general feeling and adds energy, slows down the aging process and adds days.
 The mummy stimulates the production of enzymes, nucleic acids, phospholipids, globulins, hemoglobin.
 Accelerates regeneration of various tissues.
 Stimulator of bile juice production.
 Nourishes and strengthens the nervous system.
 Medical use
 In cases of gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer - accelerates regeneration of the damaged tissue, reduces inflammation and pain, reduces acidity of the stomach.
 In cases of oral and maxillofacial diseases - reduces the inflammatory process, strengthens the gums, reduces bleeding.
 Recommended for the treatment of surgical wounds and fractures - helps the bone to heal, speeds up the healing of surgical wounds, reduces pain and inflammation.
 A process of bone regeneration and strengthening has also been shown in cases of osteoporosis and arthritis.
 In cases of inflammation or paralysis of a nerve in the face - reduces inflammation, pain, itching or circumcision.  Recommended in cases of neuralgia.
 Due to the anti-inflammatory properties of mummy, it is recommended to use it in various inflammatory conditions, including chronic infections
 And spiciness.
 The mummy increases the activity of T and B lymphocytes and stimulates
 Phagocytosis, therefore, is considered an immunostimulant that aids in the activity of the immune system.
 Effect on the skin
 Acts on the skin as an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, nourishes the skin and slows its aging.
 In cases of injury, the mummy improves the healing of the wound, prevents infection and accelerates the construction of new skin.
 The mummy accelerates cell division at the wound site, and is also recommended for use in cases of burns.
 In cases of acne, eczema and severe injury, the mummy is recommended for internal and external use.  It helps reduce swelling, itching and redness.
 Toxicity
 The mummy is non-toxic and no side effects have been found.
 Preparations and dosage
 0.15-0.2 g per day, divided into two portions taken between meals.  Dissolve the mummy in lukewarm or cold water.
 Recommended treatment in traditional medicine: take mummy for 10 days, stop for 10 days, take again for 10 days.
 Repeat the treatment two to four times a year.
 External use
 In the form of a cream or lotion, in a concentration of 5%.
 Mummy shampoo is recommended for the treatment of psoriasis, eczema or seborrhea of ​​the head.
 Recommended preparation for oral hygiene - mummy in combination with sage, cloves, mint or eucalyptus.
 The use of mummies in Ayurvedic medicine
 The mummy is called Shilajit in India, and its use has been known for thousands of years.  It is found in caves in the Himalayas, and large quantities are imported to India from Nepal.
 The mummy is considered a gentle warmer, with a bitter and slightly pungent taste.  Its smell is defined as similar to that of a cow.
 Traditional medicine
 Traditional Ayurvedic medicine claims that there is almost no disease that can not be treated with mummies.
 Mummy was used to treat bronchitis, indigestion, anemia, bone fractures, add strength and vitality, as well as as an antiseptic and anti-inflammatory.
 In unani medicine, mummies were used as an antidote to poisoning, as well as to treat chronic infections, such as arthritis and gastrointestinal infections.
 Summary of Russian studies on mummies
 In recent years there has been a great deal of work of collecting material on its mummies in libraries all over Russia.
 Apart from hundreds of works in the Russian language, books and articles have also been found, some of which are handwritten in Arabic, Persian, Turkish, Chinese and some Indian languages.  Poems by Arab, Uzbek and Persian poets from the 19th century praising and glorifying the healing ability of the mummies were found.
 An example of a song by the Uzbek poet Chamza Zade:
 "If your heart is broken, it will never be whole, because the heart is not a bone that its mummies could repair"
 In different countries, the mummy is called by different names.  For example, in Tibet and Mongolia it is called brag schun, the juice of the mountains, in Burma it is called tschao tui, the blood of the mountains, in Iran it is called darabi etc.
 The translation from Russian was done by Chakirov A. and D. Beenen from the Institute of Traumatology and Orthopedics, University of Tashkent, and was published in 2001.
 Ingredients: Amino acids: glycine, serine, alanine, lysine, arginine, lucine, tyrosine, phenylalanine, methionine, valine, tryptophan, glutamic acid and aspartame.
 Organic acids: citric, succinic, oxalic, acetic, benzoic
 Derivatives of oxycoumarins, steroids, phosphatides, resins, gum, albumin, vitamins B1, B6, B12
 Many minerals in very small and larger concentrations.
 Activity: The components contained in the mummy regulate biological processes, increase repair and repair activity at the cellular and tissue levels.  Increase the non-specific vaccine, by increasing endogenous production of interferon and stimulating the activity of natural killer cells.  Mummy helps with liver rehabilitation after hepatitis.  Antioxidant, protects cell membranes, increases resistance to bacterial diseases.
 Summary of studies:
 Mummy is made up of more than 50 elements of minerals derived from plants and animals, essential to man.  It is the most complex drug created in nature.
 Mummy is a medical product, the effect of which has been tested for 35 different disorders and diseases.
 Restores the immune system, restores systems, analgesic, helps recovery from disease.
 Effective in treating diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, liver and kidneys.  Helps to remove subsequent toxins from food and restore the normal flora of the stomach and intestines.
 Relieves toothache, neutralizes allergic reactions to bites.
 Reduces adverse effects from harsh treatments, such as radiation and chemotherapy.
 Accelerates healing of injuries and healing of tissues and skin after surgeries or accidents.  There are reports of successes in treating various degrees of burns.
 Increases resistance to viral infections and extreme weather changes.
 Accelerates tuberculosis healing.
 Increases the release of heavy metals and harmful chemical components from the body.
 Maintains physical and mental function, improves quality of life, adds vitality.
 The use of mummies reduces the need for food 1.5 to 2 times, so it is recommended as an aid to a weight loss diet.
 Mummy is recommended for women of childbearing age because it contains all the ingredients needed for good fetal development.
 Recommended in cases of brain failure, neuralgia, soft and weak bones.
 Accelerates healing and healing of broken bones.
 The mummy is safe for use by people of all ages.  There is no danger of using during pregnancy and lactation.
 Increasing the dose does not accelerate healing.  It is recommended to take the recommended dose and not add to it.
 How to use and dosage: Take the mummy 15-30 minutes before a meal.
 The adult dose is 200 mg per day,
 For children under 3 50 mg per day
 For children aged 3-9 100 mg per day.
 Over the age of 10 the dose as for an adult is 200 mg per day.
 It is recommended to continue treatment for one month in a row.  If necessary, after a break of two months or more continue the treatment for a month.
 In acute cases, 400 mg per day can be given.
 The Mummy of the Perfume Healer - a high-quality Kabri kibbutz with a world standard
 Comes in solid or liquid
 For personal advice Shimon Shemla-Herbalist
 0505211607
 For reservations: 049952122
 Mrphbosem.com
 Sources: Mina Paran Ph.D, Eilam website.
 Snibnath et al.  Phytotherapy Res.  2: 187-191, 1988. Bhattacharya S.K.  Phytotherapy Res.  8: 1-4, 1994. Acharya SB.  Et al.  Pharmacological action of Shilajit.  Indian J. of Experimental Biology, 26: 775-777, 1988. Ghosal S. et al.  Mast cell protecting efects of silajit and its constituents.  Phytotherapy Res.  3: 250, 1989. Tiwari VP.  Tiwari KC.  And Joshi P. An iterpretation of Ayurveda findings on Shilajit.  J. of Res.  in Indigenous Medicine, Vol.  8 p.  57, 1973. and healing, restores the immune system, restores systems, painkillers, helps in recovery from diseases. Effective in treating diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, liver and kidneys.  Helps to remove subsequent toxins from food and restore the normal flora of the stomach and intestines.
 Relieves toothache, neutralizes allergic reactions to bites.
 Reduces adverse effects from harsh treatments, such as radiation and chemotherapy.
 Accelerates healing of injuries and healing of tissues and skin after surgeries or accidents.  There are reports of successes in treating various degrees of burns.
 Increases resistance to viral infections and extreme weather changes.
 Accelerates tuberculosis healing…
 #Mumio
 #Shilajit Botanical Name: Shilajit Common Name: Mumio Hebrew Name: #Mumio
 Mummy is a substance that has been used by mankind for over 3000 years.  It is mentioned in the writings of Aristotle who lived in the third century BC, in Persian, Indian, Tibetan and Chinese medical writings.  Ibn Sina, who lived in the 11th century, tells of the medical use of his mummies.
 The name Mummy originated in Greece, and may have come to Greece from ancient Persia.  The name means the substance that preserves the body.  Apparently this is also the origin of the term mummy familiar to us from Egypt.
 It is known about the use of mummies in ancient Egypt for healing, cosmetics and embalming.
 The mummies originate from mountainous areas in Asia, which are over 2800 m high.  It is found in the Caucasus Mountains, Pamir Mountains, Himalayas, Tchien-Schan and Altai.
 The mummy is found on cave ceilings or in cracks in the cave rocks, in the form of drops or falling tears.
 The process of mummy formation takes 500-1000 years, and the inventory is small.  Remove the mummy from the rock and clean it of the debris next to it.
 The mummy is formed from the remains of animals and plants, which over the years bind minerals from the rocks.  Chemical analyzes have demonstrated the presence of pollen and other hive products in its mummies.
 Physical properties
 The mummy is kept in the mountains thanks to the low temperature.  In warmer places it would rot and disintegrate.
 The clean material is homogeneous, with a characteristic odor and a dark brown color.
 The clean mummy is completely dissolved in lukewarm water, barely dissolving in alcohol and other organic solvents.
 The solution of mummies in distilled water is slightly alkaline, Ph
 Between 7.5 and 8.5.  The taste is bitter.
 Chemical compound
 The mummy contains 5-20% water.  The concentration of water varies according to the place and according to the storage time.
 It is composed of organic and inorganic components whose ratio is different in its mummies coming from different sources.
 Organic ingredients: volatile oils about 20%,
 Amino acids, peptides and albumin components about 14%,
 Steroid compounds about 4%, polyphenols about 4%,
 Fats about 4%,
 Organic compounds that do not contain about 20% nitrogen,
 Vitamin B1 (thiamine), B5 (pantothen), B6 ​​(pyridoxine),
 B12 (cyanocobalamin), vitamin C, A, E, all together 1%.
 Minerals: A total of 15-25%, mainly oxides and salts of metals, silicates and sulfur and phosphorus compounds.
 Minerals found in ash: Na, K, Ca, Mg, Fe, Si, Zn,
 Co, Mo, Cu, B, Se, Cadmium, Mn, Cr, Bi
 Physiological properties
 The mummy acts as a tonic.  It improves the general feeling and adds energy, slows down the aging process and adds days.
 The mummy stimulates the production of enzymes, nucleic acids, phospholipids, globulins, hemoglobin.
 Accelerates regeneration of various tissues.
 Stimulator of bile juice production.
 Nourishes and strengthens the nervous system.
 Medical use
 In cases of gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer - accelerates regeneration of the damaged tissue, reduces inflammation and pain, reduces acidity of the stomach.
 In cases of oral and maxillofacial diseases - reduces the inflammatory process, strengthens the gums, reduces bleeding.
 Recommended for the treatment of surgical wounds and fractures - helps the bone to heal, speeds up the healing of surgical wounds, reduces pain and inflammation.
 A process of bone regeneration and strengthening has also been shown in cases of osteoporosis and arthritis.
 In cases of inflammation or paralysis of a nerve in the face - reduces inflammation, pain, itching or circumcision.  Recommended in cases of neuralgia.
 Due to the anti-inflammatory properties of mummy, it is recommended to use it in various inflammatory conditions, including chronic infections
 And spiciness.
 The mummy increases the activity of T and B lymphocytes and stimulates
 Phagocytosis, therefore, is considered an immunostimulant that aids in the activity of the immune system.
 Effect on the skin
 Acts on the skin as an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, nourishes the skin and slows its aging.
 In cases of injury, the mummy improves the healing of the wound, prevents infection and accelerates the construction of new skin.
 The mummy accelerates cell division at the wound site, and is also recommended for use in cases of burns.
 In cases of acne, eczema and severe injury, the mummy is recommended for internal and external use.  It helps reduce swelling, itching and redness.
 Toxicity
 The mummy is non-toxic and no side effects have been found.
 Preparations and dosage
 0.15-0.2 g per day, divided into two portions taken between meals.  Dissolve the mummy in lukewarm or cold water.
 Recommended treatment in traditional medicine: take mummy for 10 days, stop for 10 days, take again for 10 days.
 Repeat the treatment two to four times a year.
 External use
 In the form of a cream or lotion, in a concentration of 5%.
 Mummy shampoo is recommended for the treatment of psoriasis, eczema or seborrhea of ​​the head.
 Recommended preparation for oral hygiene - mummy in combination with sage, cloves, mint or eucalyptus.
 The use of mummies in Ayurvedic medicine
 The mummy is called Shilajit in India, and its use has been known for thousands of years.  It is found in caves in the Himalayas, and large quantities are imported to India from Nepal.
 The mummy is considered a gentle warmer, with a bitter and slightly pungent taste.  Its smell is defined as similar to that of a cow.
 Traditional medicine
 Traditional Ayurvedic medicine claims that there is almost no disease that can not be treated with mummies.
 Mummy was used to treat bronchitis, indigestion, anemia, bone fractures, add strength and vitality, as well as as an antiseptic and anti-inflammatory.
 In unani medicine, mummies were used as an antidote to poisoning, as well as to treat chronic infections, such as arthritis and gastrointestinal infections.
 Summary of Russian studies on mummies
 In recent years there has been a great deal of work of collecting material on its mummies in libraries all over Russia.
 Apart from hundreds of works in the Russian language, books and articles have also been found, some of which are handwritten in Arabic, Persian, Turkish, Chinese and some Indian languages.  Poems by Arab, Uzbek and Persian poets from the 19th century praising and glorifying the healing ability of the mummies were found.
 An example of a song by the Uzbek poet Chamza Zade:
 "If your heart is broken, it will never be whole, because the heart is not a bone that its mummies could repair"
 In different countries, the mummy is called by different names.  For example, in Tibet and Mongolia it is called brag schun, the juice of the mountains, in Burma it is called tschao tui, the blood of the mountains, in Iran it is called darabi etc.
 The translation from Russian was done by Chakirov A. and D. Beenen from the Institute of Traumatology and Orthopedics, University of Tashkent, and was published in 2001.
 Ingredients: Amino acids: glycine, serine, alanine, lysine, arginine, lucine, tyrosine, phenylalanine, methionine, valine, tryptophan, glutamic acid and aspartame.
 Organic acids: citric, succinic, oxalic, acetic, benzoic
 Derivatives of oxycoumarins, steroids, phosphatides, resins, gum, albumin, vitamins B1, B6, B12
 Many minerals in very small and larger concentrations.
 Activity: The components contained in the mummy regulate biological processes, increase repair and repair activity at the cellular and tissue levels.  Increase the non-specific vaccine, by increasing endogenous production of interferon and stimulating the activity of natural killer cells.  Mummy helps with liver rehabilitation after hepatitis.  Antioxidant, protects cell membranes, increases resistance to bacterial diseases.
 Summary of studies:
 Mummy is made up of more than 50 elements of minerals derived from plants and animals, essential to man.  It is the most complex drug created in nature.
 Mummy is a medical product, the effect of which has been tested for 35 different disorders and diseases.
 Restores the immune system, restores systems, analgesic, helps recovery from disease.
 Effective in treating diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, liver and kidneys.  Helps to remove subsequent toxins from food and restore the normal flora of the stomach and intestines.
 Relieves toothache, neutralizes allergic reactions to bites.
 Reduces adverse effects from harsh treatments, such as radiation and chemotherapy.
 Accelerates healing of injuries and healing of tissues and skin after surgeries or accidents.  There are reports of successes in treating various degrees of burns.
 Increases resistance to viral infections and extreme weather changes.
 Accelerates tuberculosis healing.
 Increases the release of heavy metals and harmful chemical components from the body.
 Maintains physical and mental function, improves quality of life, adds vitality.
 The use of mummies reduces the need for food 1.5 to 2 times, so it is recommended as an aid to a weight loss diet.
 Mummy is recommended for women of childbearing age because it contains all the ingredients needed for good fetal development.
 Recommended in cases of brain failure, neuralgia, soft and weak bones.
 Accelerates healing and healing of broken bones.
 The mummy is safe for use by people of all ages.  There is no danger of using during pregnancy and lactation.
 Increasing the dose does not accelerate healing.  It is recommended to take the recommended dose and not add to it.
 How to use and dosage: Take the mummy 15-30 minutes before a meal.
 The adult dose is 200 mg per day,
 For children under 3 50 mg per day
 For children aged 3-9 100 mg per day.
 Over the age of 10 the dose as for an adult is 200 mg per day.
 It is recommended to continue treatment for one month in a row.  If necessary, after a break of two months or more continue the treatment for a month.
 In acute cases, 400 mg per day can be given.
 The Mummy of the Perfume Healer - a high-quality Kabri kibbutz with a world standard
 Comes in solid or liquid
 For personal advice Shimon Shemla-Herbalist
 0505211607
 For reservations: 049952122
 Mrphbosem.com
 Sources: Mina Paran Ph.D, Eilam website.
 Snibnath et al.  Phytotherapy Res.  2: 187-191, 1988. Bhattacharya S.K.  Phytotherapy Res.  8: 1-4, 1994. Acharya SB.  Et al.  Pharmacological action of Shilajit.  Indian J. of Experimental Biology, 26: 775-777, 1988. Ghosal S. et al.  Mast cell protecting efects of silajit and its constituents.  Phytotherapy Res.  3: 250, 1989. Tiwari VP.  Tiwari KC.  And Joshi P. An iterpretation of Ayurveda findings on Shilajit.  J. of Res.  in Indigenous Medicine, Vol.  8 p.  57, 1973.