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Jan 14, 2017

DIABETES: - SUPER SEED A1 is useful Power For preventing

SUPPER SEED A1 is for the treatment of Diabetes Mellitus and Diabetes Insipidus.  This remedy has an anti-inflamatory preparation. It helps to reduce tumors and also reduce nervous system disease. It regulates the pancreatic hormones such as insulin and glycogen. The bitter taste stimulates appetite it also helps greatly for indigestion. Because of it strong hypoglycemic properties, it is absolutely necessary that the fasting blood sugar test be conducted before and during the management period.




FOR MANAGEMENT:
If your sugar live has dropped to normal, your present glucose level will determine how often you will do your test to avoid hypoglycemia. Next action is maintaining it by obeying what nature needs









Jan 13, 2017

Do You have Gangrene in any part of your body?



Do You have Gangrene, in any part of your body?
all your diabetes complications will be taken care of.
For more information Call 
Chief (DR) Albert Ojieh:
+234-08035036056


One on One For treatment of Diabetes Mellitus and Diabetes Insipidus

One on One, treatment of Diabetes Mellitus and Diabetes Insipidus, for more information Call Chief (DR) Albert Ojieh:
+234-08035036056



Jan 9, 2017

Diabetes and long-term smoking increase the risk of suffering from gangrene


Gangrene (or gangrenous necrosis) is a type of necrosis caused by a critically insufficient blood supply.
This potentially life-threatening condition may occur after an injury or infection,
or in people suffering from any chronic health problem affecting blood circulation.
The primary cause of gangrene is reduced blood supply to the affected tissues,
which results in cell death.
Diabetes and long-term smoking increase the risk of suffering from gangrene


Jan 8, 2017

Chief (DR) Albert Ojieh



Chief (DR) Albert Ojieh
BERTOFUZOR NATUROPATHIC CLNIC
49, Agina Street off Randle Avenue
Surulere, Lagos, NIGERIA
TEL: +234-08035036056, 08036385039

DR Albert M Ojieh AT WORK

DIABETES WITH PEOPLE

 DIABETES WITH PEOPLE












What is Gangrene

Gangrene (or gangrenous necrosis) is a type of necrosis caused by a critically insufficient blood supply.
This potentially life-threatening condition may occur after an injury or infection,
or in people suffering from any chronic health problem affecting blood circulation.
The primary cause of gangrene is reduced blood supply to the affected tissues,
which results in cell death.
Diabetes and long-term smoking increase the risk of suffering from gangrene.

FIVE BRANCHES OF TRADITIONAL MEDICINE COURSE.......


Naturopathy or Nature Cures. Is a method on healing that employs various natural means to empower on individual various the highest possible level of heath?

Although the term “naturopathic Medicine” was not used until the late Nineteen century, its philosophical roots go back thousands of years. Naturopathy draws in the healing wisdom of many countries, including India Ayureda, China (Taoism) and Greece (Hippocrates) the European tradition of “taking the cure” at natural springs or spas gained a foot hold in America by the middle of Eighteenth century, making the United state receptive to the ideas of Naturopathy. Among the earliest promoters were father Sebastain Knipp a priest who credited his discovery from tuberculosis to bathing in the Danube, and Benedict Lust, a physician who trained at the water-cure-clinic that Knipp founded in Europe Lust arrived in United state in 1890s and began using the term “Naturopathy” to describe in electric combination of natural healing doctrines in 1902. Lust founded the first U.S college of naturopathy medicine in New York City. It taught a system of medicine that include the best of what was then known about nutritional therapy, natural diet, herbal medicine Homeopathy Electrotherapy, stress reduction and other natural therapies.

The basic tenets of lust, new of Naturopathy are summarized in this Lecture.

GATHERING OF PLANT MATERIALS (HERBS) FOR THE PREPARATION OF HERBAL MEDICINES.
The first step in the preparation of herbals medicine starts with the:

(1) Correct identification of the medicine plant(s)

(2) Correct and proper gathering of the plant materials.

Herbaceous plants used in the preparation of hebal medicine may complete their biological cycle within one year (ANNUAL PLANTS,) some may go through life cycle of only two years (BIENNIAL PLANS).Those that last several years are classified as PERENIAL or VIVACIOUS PLANTS – in this group of plants, their aerial part ( leaves, stem, branches etc) die yearly and may regenerate, but their roots may last for many years. Those plants that last several hundred of years e,g. trees, shrubs, etc are the WOODY PLANTS.

More than 4000 different herbaceous plants have been identified. Each of these plant spices is called different LOCAL NAMES in different traditions and cultures of the world.

The different local name given to these plant usually bring confusion and misunderstanding in the identification of the various species of herbs among scientist and other specialist or botanist all over the world.

In order to avoid this problem arising from using different local names for the same spice of medicinal plant-scientist all over the world adopted a STANDARDAIZED SYSTEM OF NOMECIATURE and Classification called the BINOMIM NOMENT-A system introduced in the year 1753, by a well known Swedish Botanist and naturalist called caroli as Linnaeus.

(i) The first Latin name of the plant-written in capital letter stands for the GENUS (Plural GENERA), that is, the group which the plant belongs to and share many similar characteristic features.

(ii) The second Latin name of the plant written in small letters is the SPICES-This indicates the particular kind of the individual plant in a genus several genera that share similar features and characteristics are grouped into FAMILIES which are botanically written with “accae’’ ending the suffix e.g.



The scientific or botanical names are universal, world-wide unlike the common names- which are limited to the locality where the plant is found – the botanical names promotes mutual understanding and cooperation among scientists of different profession. It also facilitates the proper evaluation of reseach investigation done on medicinal plant.

GATHERING OF MEDICINAL PLANTS (HERBS)
Once the plant is correctly identified, the next step is gathering. The followings should be noted in order to ensure that the plant materials collected contain the constituents that give them their therapeutic values:

(1) To become a true herbal therapist in the ancient times entails having a sharp inner perceptive or high intuitive abilities to sense or to perceive the sensitivity” of plants herbalist of old speak to herbs (incantation “Praise Word”) they listen to them.

(2) Herbal decoction (i.e. Boiling): This is prepared by placing 1-2 teaspoonful (3-6g) of the herbs or the plant materials with s cup of boiling water (100ml). This is then allow to simmer for 10-15 minutes. It is then filtered before taking orally.

Alternatively, E herbal decoction could be made by boiling of simmering about 25 grammes of herbs with about 900ml of water for about 15 minutes. It may also be allowed to be boiled down to about 600ml before it is filtered after cooling. Alcohol based herbal medicine preparations are know s herbal Tinctures: They are prepared by steeping 120 grammes of herbs in about 500ml of 30% alcohol (about 60° proof) and this is left to stand in a warm place for up to 14-21 days. The resulting tincture is then decanted and filtered and stored in a dark brown bottle.
Alcohol based preparation are good for coarse herbs whose ingredients may not be completely extracted with water. Alcohols extracts better and preserves the herbs and their ingredients for a long time.

GATHERING OF MEDICAL PLANTS (HERBS)
Once the plant is correctly identified, the next step is gathering. The followings should be noted in order to ensure that the plant materials collected contain the constituents that give them therapeutic values:

(1) To become a true herbal therapist in the ancient times entails having a sharp inner perspective or high intuitive abilities to sense or to perceive the sensitivity” of plants Herbalist of old speaks to herbs(incantation ”Praise World”) they listen to them.

(2) Herbal decoction (i.e boiling): This is prepared by placing 1-2 teaspoonfuls (3-6g) of the herbs or the plant materials with a cup of boiling water (100ml). This is then allowed to simmer to simmer for 10-15 minutes. It is then fitered before taking orally.

Alternatively, E herbal decoction could be made by boiling of simmering about 25 grammes of herbs with about with about 900ml of water for about 15 minutes. It may also be allowed to be boiled down to about 600ml before it is filtered after cooling. Alcohol based herbal medicine preparation are known Herbal Tinctures: They are prepared by steeping 120 grammes herbs in about 500ml of 30% alcohol ( about 60° proof) and this is left to stand in warm place for up to 14-21 days.The resulting tincture is then decanted and filtered and stored in dark brown bottle.

Alcohol based preparations are good coarse herds whose ingredients may not be completely extracted with water. Alcohols extracts better and preserves the herbs and their ingredients for a long time.

For those who could not tolerate the of alcohol, the required dosage of the tincture (about 2 ½-5ml) is usually added into a teacup of boiling water to drive off the alcohol before the oral intake. Alcohol tinctures are however, not regarded s alcohol but as herbal medicines and the dosage often prescribe is not significant enough to pose any serious threat to the liver.

DRY PREPARATION: Dried whole herbs or mixture of herbs are usually made into powder traditionally by pound them in a mortal with pistle. The resulting powder is sieved thorugh a fine linen.

The powder could be taken in the dosage of ¼ to 1 teaspoonful with water (as an infusion or with “pap” made form cornstarch. Sometimes powder are made into capsules (200mg to 1000mg) or be made into tablets etc.

Like any other profession, the practice of herbal medicine is also based on some basic fundamental principles that guide the practitioners both in the mode of preparation and in the administrations to meet with an individual need and body constitution, however all that he does for his/her patient must still within the acceptable standard guidelines.