Posted tagged ‘medicines’

Some Health Tips !!

April 21, 2008

Carrots !!

Carrot, raw
Nutritional value per 100 g (3.5 oz)
Energy 40 kcal   170 kJ
Carbohydrates     9 g
– Sugars  5 g
Dietary fibre  3 g  
Fat 0.2 g
Protein 1 g
Vitamin A equiv.  835 μg  93%
– β-carotene  8285 μg  77%
Thiamin (Vit. B1)  0.04 mg   3%
Riboflavin (Vit. B2)  0.05 mg   3%
Niacin (Vit. B3)  1.2 mg   8%
Vitamin B6  0.1 mg 8%
Vitamin C  7 mg 12%
Calcium  33 mg 3%
Iron  0.66 mg 5%
Magnesium  18 mg 5% 
Phosphorus  35 mg 5%
Potassium  240 mg   5%
Sodium  2.4 mg 0%

Carrots are well known vegetable all over the world, which i very rich in its vitamin ‘A’. The Orange Carrots are found in Netherlands in the 17th century, previously the carrots are in various colours like purple, yellow, white & red. These carrots are know for their leaves & greens which where taken in by the ancient people who liven in 8-10 centuries

The Vitamin ‘A’ of Carrot gives the good health whereas it is also used to increase the sex happiness among the couple, Which increases the stamina of the pennis, extend the ejaculation of sperms from the testries of men. Hence it is also used as sex medicine, for longer sex relation with the partners respectively.

The massive in-take of carrots will lead to the diesease called hypercarotenemia, which is a conditon of change of colour in the skin to orange ( though it is an supreme effect of overdose of the Vitamin A). But the carrot also act as a supreme medicinal food for the eyesight drawbacks.

Spinach !!

 

Spinach, raw
Nutritional value per 100 g (3.5 oz)
Energy 20 kcal   100 kJ
Carbohydrates     3.6 g
– Sugars  0.4 g
Dietary fiber  2.2 g  
Fat 0.4 g
Protein 2.9 g
Vitamin A equiv.  469 μg  52%
– β-carotene  5626 μg  52%
Folate (Vit. B9)  194 μg  49%
Vitamin C  28 mg 47%
Vitamin E  2 mg 13%
Vitamin K  483 μg 460%
Calcium  99 mg 10%
Iron  2.7 mg 22%

Spincah is a popular folklore, which contains &  popular for its Iron Strength which contains the Vitamin C as its main nutrition. A 60 grams of spinach contains 1.90 mg of Iron, may be more if it taken raw. The other green vegetables contains less than 1 mg of Iron.

Spinach still has a very large value of Vitamins, like vitamin ‘C’, vitamin ‘E’, vitamin ‘K’, Magnesium, antioxidants, recently opioid peptides and rubiscolins also found in Spinach.

 

 

 

 

Moringa leaves !!

MOringa Leaves, When you spell this word “Moring” you cannot this one in English or any other language except the ancient and proudest Language called “Tamil”(Thamizh). the Actual name of this green leaves is said to be “Murungai” (Spell : ” ‘Mu‘ ‘ru‘ ‘n‘ ‘gai‘ ” ).

This Green leave is actually adopted from Indian County, from its state called Tamil Nadu. Where this trees are grown all the houses without fail (in rural areas). This also could be said as a herbal medicine for increasing breast milk, malnutrition to child, increasing weight, Iron energy, etc.,

Very supreme and special nutrition content in this one is the Sexual inducing Power. since it has high iron power the sex organs are induced richly and increases the relation promptly. This green could cure 300 more dieseases. The “naatu Vaithiyam” which means Country medicine (Home based medicine) treated by the ancesters and the villagers even right now.

the following chart can explain you how the moringa leaves are best in its nutrition ingredients.

 

pregnant INDIAN ladies, attention please !!

April 2, 2008

REcently I read one article in MSN new site, it revealed about the pregnant ladies, hencefort i would like to share the message which i read in that site.. the message as follows :

Global ‘warning’ for pregnant women

Rising sea levels pose threat to pregnant women and their unborn children

New Delhi: A rise in sea levels due to global warming will force people in India’s coastal areas to drink salty water, thus affecting pregnant women and their unborn children, says a scientist associated with the Inter-governmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).

“Global warming will increase the sea level and engulf the coastal belt. Since India has a long coastline, the impact here will be severe,” said Anthony J. McMichael of the Australian National University, Canberra.

“There will be a severe problem of potable water and people will drink salty water. This will adversely impact pregnancy in coastal India,” McMichael told IANS in an interview.

He was in Delhi last week to deliver the Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) foundation day lecture.

The Indian coastline stretches over 7,500 km and touches around eight states and two island territories. States with a coastline include Orissa, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Goa and Maharashtra.

According to IPCC reports, a sea level rise of between 15 cm and 38 cm will displace tens of thousands of people in the country’s coastline and make drinking water a major threat to states bordering the Indian Ocean.

“The extra intake of salt through drinking water will lead to high blood pressure mainly during the last three-four months (of pregnancy). It has the potential to make deliveries difficult,” he said.

“Salt is associated with heart problem as well and the sea water exposure may affect the normal life cycle of an unborn baby. The baby may develop complications after birth,” he warned.

He said a group of British scientists had carried out a survey in Bangladesh and found that the surge in sea level had started affecting pregnant women there.

“We don’t have any research data in India, but the situation will not be much different. I think India needs to develop research capacity to tackle the climate change issue.

“We know the earth’s temperature is increasing and our glaciers are melting. The Himalayan glaciers and Antarctica are losing their ice base,” said the environmentalist, who is also co-chairman of the Global Environmental Change and Human Health project of the International Council of Science.

He said India has enough health problems and any addition to it will be a burden on the country’s economy.

“Environmental changes will cast an increasingly long shadow over future population health unless we effectively communicate these health risks and help society shape a sustainable way of living,” said the professor.

Scientists say besides affecting crops and the drinking water problem, global warming will aggravate vector-borne diseases like dengue, malaria and chikungunya in India.

“We have seen the malaria problem in Rajasthan, dengue problem in Delhi and the chikungunya problem in many southern Indian states. We should take them as indicators of future problems,” said Rais Akhtar, an environmental scientist who also worked with IPCC.

The IPCC, which is headed by Indian environmental scientist Rajendra Pachauri, got the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize. The organisation shared the award with climate campaigner and former US vice president Al Gore.

See also: about breast milk and its plus and minus… about pregnancy ….