The city is located in the heart of the volcano, which is extinct for many millions of years ago. And this could not affect of life city. So, the atmosphere in the actual capital of Bolivia is constantly cool. The temperature ranges on average from 4 degrees Celsius to 11.
And because of the pressure altitude, the water comes to a boil at 88 degrees, and not the usual 100. The Central part of the town is Plaza Murillo. Here is the Presidential Palace. By the way, so, despite the fact that the official capital of Bolivia is Sucre, La Paz is considered the actual capital of the country. In this square also is a monument of Murillo, created from bronze. Among locals the place is most popular for leisure activities, walking and recreation.
The main museums of La Paz is situated in the street Sally hayen. Their exhibits contain mainly historic. Looking at these cultural sites, you can touch the past of the city.
In addition to the high location, the town is famous for trade and unusual items. This happens at the witches ‘ Market. Here you can buy different herbs from the recipes of traditional medicine and not only, amulets, insects, volshebnoye and other magical items. The most unusual item is the dried Llama fetus, which, according to legends of local residents, may appease the goddess of earth and fertility. One of the most beautiful places in La Paz – moon valley. This part of the city “grow” rocks. Nature in this area, surprises the tourists and the residents with an unusual relief of the mountains, from parts resembling the surface of the moon. The outlines of the rocks of Moonlight valley so fantastic that every one can see any image. Continue reading
In the era of Great geographical discoveries by the Spanish conquistadors actively explored new territory and including explored the American continent. Thanks to the Spaniards in the European culinary tradition there were many foods and spices. Chia seed (Spanish sage) were among new and previously unknown in Europe for products that have long been used in cooking native South America.
It should be noted that due to the natural properties of Chia seed (Spanish sage) the plant is used not only in cooking, but also traditional medicine. The Bela plant Chia or Salvia hispanica belongs to the genus of Sage, hence the second name, as well as the family Lamiaceae. The birthplace of Chia shall be the territory of modern Mexico.
In addition, the plant grows in Guatemala, but also Ecuador, Australia, Bolivia and Argentina. Remarkably, Chia white selects for the growth of high-mountain territories, which are located at an altitude of 2600 meters on the sea level. Spanish sage is a plant that reaches one metre in height, sweetbarbie, sometimes white blossoms.
Chia seed (Spanish sage) oval size that do not exceed in diameter and one millimeter. Chia seed (Spanish sage) may differ in color. Chia seeds are found in white, grey, and black. In addition, on the surface of the Chia seed you can find the original picture. Beneficial properties of Chia seed (Spanish sage) due to the chemical composition that coderit as vitamins and other undoubtedly useful for the human body connection. Continue reading
Many modern women face the problem of the treatment of thrush. Of course, you should immediately consult a physician, who will prescribe adequate treatment. However, people’s means of combating this disease is also useful: they help you to quickly overcome yeast infections. Treatment of thrush folk remedies at home – the theme of our today’s material.
The proposed traditional medicines for the treatment of thrush apply in two ways: some destroy microorganisms that cause disease, while others strengthen the immune system. Simplicity is important for their preparation, to yeast infection treatment could be held comfortably in the home.
Folk remedies treatment of yeast infection
Worried about thrush? Use classic popular recipe is a mixture of honey and water (1 to 10). It has antiseptic properties. Treat this tool lining of the vagina.
In mild forms of yeast infection folk medicine recommends douching, in particular, calendula and chamomile. Per liter of boiling water take 1 tablespoon of chamomile and 2 tablespoons of calendula. Leave the herbs to infuse over night, then can use the strained infusion. Another recipe: 2 drops of tea tree oil and mix with 1 teaspoon of olive or corn oil. You can also use calendula oil in the same proportions. Both methods are easily performed at home.
A good effect in lecanomancy at home provides douching decoction made of herbs. Oak bark, chamomile flowers and sage leaves (one of each) to mix with the nettles (three parts), then 2 tablespoons collection pour into a container of boiling water (1 liter) and left overnight. Strained infusion can be used for douching morning. Continue reading