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Medecine traditionnel 

                            Medecine  Traditionnel  


Les fresques d’Akrotiri sont avant tout un témoignage 
du medecine traditionnel,
liées   aux coutumes  d’initiation.
 

 On sait, par rapport au Musée du Louvre, que la plus ancienne clinique Egyptienne était une maternité et que le « Temple de Vie »  etait constitué comme un lieu sacré de Hathor, 
la déesse Aphrodite pour les Grecs... 

 

 
            
               santorin grece xeste 3
 

"Fille traumatisee" xeste 3

 

              D’apres les archéologues, la jeune femme  est traumatisée  

et soufre des maux de tête... 

Elle tient  à cote de sa tête  une branche de Myrte.

.Pourquoi ? A quoi sa sert  la myrte
 

[En Anglais  Myrtle] ?

 

        Est qu’on peut lire les messages symboliques 

                        des fresques d’Akrotiri ?

               Est qu’on peut  profiter  de leur expérience

                         de médicine Traditionnel ? 

Combien d’années il faut passer   avant que cette découverte 

sera annonce au publique ?

Est qu’on va protéger les chercheurs, a   analyser  

les donnes préhistoriques d’Akrotiri ?


       [Aspirin throughout the ages: a historical revew

Levesque H
 Lafont O

Département de médecine interne, centre hospitalier universitaire 

Rouen-Boisguillaume, France. 

Even at the beginning of the next millennium, aspirin will still offer surprises. Its relatively young pharmacological history compares with the early use
 of salicylate-containing plants since antiquity.
    
The Assyrians and the Egyptians were aware
 of the analgesic effects of a decoction of
myrtle or willow leaves for joint pains. Hippocrates recommended chewing willow leaves for analgesia in childbirth 
and the Reverend Edward Stones 
is
acknowledged as the first person to scientifically define the beneficial antipyretic effects of willow bark. 
At the beginning of the 19th century salicin was extracted from willow bark 
and purified. Although a French chemist, Charles Gerhardt, was the first 
to synthesize aspirin in a crude form, the compound was ignored, and later studied by Felix Hoffmann. He reportedly tested the rediscovered agent on himself and on his father, who suffered from chronic arthritis--a legend was born
 and Bayer Laboratories rose to the heights of the pharmacological world. First used for its potent analgesic, antipyretic and anti-inflammatory properties, aspirin were successfully used as an antithrombotic agent. Sir John Vane elucidated aspirin's active mechanism as an inhibitor 
of prostaglandin synthetase and received the Nobel Price 
in Medicine for this work in 1982.
 Two isoform of cyclooxygenase (COX-1 and COX-2) have now been identified, each possessing similar activities,
 but differing in characteristic tissue expression. 
The cox enzyme is now a target of drug interventions against the inflammatory process. After two centuries 
of evaluation, aspirin remains topical, and new therapeutic indications are increasingly being studie
d

 
PMID: 10763200 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]


 Therapy with saffron and the goddess at Thera.

 Ferrence SC, Bendersky G.

 

 

 Department of Art History, Temple University, 

Philadelphia, USA. 

sferrenc@temple.edu



 
This paper presents a new interpretation 

of a unique Bronze Age (c. 3000-1100 BCE) 

Aegean wall painting in the building of Xeste 3 

at Akrotiri,Thera. Crocus carturightianus 

and its active principle, saffron, are the primary 

subjects at Xeste 3. Several lines of evidence 

suggest that the meaning of these frescoes 

concerns saffron and healing: (1) the unusual 

degree of visual attention given to the crocus, 

including the variety of methods for display

 of the stigmas; (2) the painted depiction 

of the line of saffron production from plucking 

blooms to the collection of stigmas; 

and (3) the sheer number (ninety) of medical 

indications for which saffron has been used from
 
the Bronze Age to the present.The Xeste 3 frescoes

 appear to portray a divinity of healing associated

 with her phytotherapy, saffron. Cultural 

and commercial interconnections between
 
the Therans, the Aegean world, and their 

neighboring civilizations

 in the early 2nd millennium BCE indicate a close 

network of thematic exchange,

 but there is no evidence that Akrotiri borrowed
 
any of these medicinal (or iconographic) 

representations. The complex production line,
 
the monumental illustration of a goddess 

of medicine with her saffron attribute, 

and this earliest botanically accurate image
 
of an herbal medication are all Theran 

innovations.Publication Types:


  PMID: 15259204 [PubMed]  

 

 

 

 

 

Les 3 etapes de la vie : La virginite-l'initiation-la maternite: La femme enceinte offre le colierLa voile est le symbole de la virginité et l'hémorragie, de l'initiation...

 

 

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