Quite commonly the medicinal use of mulberry in the folk medicine . Folk medicine uses immature, freshly harvested, water infusion of the fruit of the mulberry or syrup for diarrhea (you can read about the treatment of diarrhea folk remedies ). Moreover, as advised by folk medicine, Mature fruits operate on the person, as a laxative.
The infusion and juice of the fruit of the white and black mulberry is also used as a good expectorant, diuretic and diaphoretic . Recipes of the Caucasus are preparing a syrup of black mulberry, which was used to rinse the throat and mouth, struck by the plagues. Science has long proven that fresh infusions and juice, both white of black mulberry is used as an antiseptic. Antiseptic for preparation of the infusion use two tablespoons of pre-chopped fruit, often black mulberry one Cup of boiling water. Then leave to infuse for four hours, then strain and use four times a day before meals for one-fourth of a Cup. This infusion is used for gargling and mouth.
Traditional medicine Korea applies the mulberry as a medical treatment, prepare an infusion of buds of mulberry collected in winter and used for diseases of the cardiovascular system and obesity.
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Most of us are not considering seriously the possibility to get poisoned and die right at lunch time, but for those who dare to eat fugu, this possibility is quite real. Fugu is a Japanese fish that contains enough poison to kill 30 people at once. The chefs who prepared this expensive Japanese delicacy, you first have to go through years of training. No matter whether cooking this fish on the grill, stewed or served in thin sashimi, any tiny mistake during the cooking process automatically means a fatal outcome for someone who will eat the finished dish. If you are willing to risk and to try the deadly delicacy, go to Japan from October to March, the season of fugu.
Fried spiders – Cambodia
Try this exotic dish can be anywhere in the territory of Cambodia, but specializes in fried spiders in the town of Skuon here: creepy creatures fried in oil with garlic so that they become crispy on the outside and soft, gooey inside. The tradition of frying spiders and eat them probably began in the era of the brutal regime of the Khmer Rouge, when villagers had to seek alternative sources of food. Spiders often sell them to tourists who walk around the city and want to eat on the go. Fried spiders – not only a rich source of protein, but, according Continue reading
Speaking of Japanese traditions, you have to keep in mind that the Japanese did not go systems around the clock and do not honor the national historical values. Although honor! I like that you always have the choice of style in almost any situation: a cabin on a passenger ferry from South to North can be European-style (bed) or Japanese (tatami and futon), tea at the restaurant – black English or any Japanese, as is the case with the interiors, toys, kitchenware – practically with everything. In this case, if we take, for example, a large firm, which is engaged in any conservative activity, or major holiday – there will likely prefer a traditional Japanese style of etiquette, customs and gifts. And no one will confuse what is European and what is Japanese.
The tradition of presenting Christmas gifts is also two immiscible stream: “Christmas gift” and the traditional Japanese greetings. Caps of Santa Claus boots with sweets – this in bulk, but always and everywhere there will be the opportunity to sign Japanese postcard, as expected, and to choose befitting etiquette, Japanese gift. I have no Japanese hangouts (sounds crazy, but such a life is also possible), so I never received nor sent such greetings myself, so may not know Continue reading