Thursday, February 25, 2016

Paano Ihanda ang Halamang Gamot na Oregano Para sa Ubo

Paano Ihanda ang Halamang Gamot na Oregano Para sa Ubo
oregano halamang gamot para sa ubo 

  1. Pumitas ng 15 dahon ng oregano o hanggang sa mapuno ang isang tasa ng dahon. Hindi talbos ng oregano ang pinipitas, kundi yung malalaki nang dahon. Piliin ang mga dahon na walang sira ng mga insekto.
  2. Hugasan ang mga pinitas na dahon.
  3. Ilagay ang mga dahon sa isang takure o anumang pwedeng pagpakuluan. Pagkatapos ay lagyan ito ng 3 tasang tubig.
  4. Pakuluan ang mga dahon sa loob ng 10-15 minutes.
  5. Inumin ang isang tasa ng pinakuluang oregano. Uminom nito 3 beses isang araw. (umaga, tanghali, gabi)
Base sa aking karanasan noong ako ay may ubo, ang lasa ng pinakuluang oregano ay medyo mapait at matabang. Kaya naman ang ginagawa ng nanay ko dati ay pinipigaan niya ng isang kalamansi yung isang tasa ng oregano at nilalagyan niya ng isang teaspoon ng asukal. Sa iba, hinahaluan nila ito ng honey.

Source: http://kalusugan.ph/halamang-gamot-para-sa-ubot-sipon-oregano/

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Strepsils: Gamot Para sa Masakit na Lalamunan o Sore Throat

 
Kung masakit ang iyong lalamunan (sore throat), maaari kang bumili ng Strepsils. Ang Strepsils ay available sa halos lahat ng botika gaya ng South Star Drug, Watsons, Mercury, The Generics Pharmacy, at iba pa. Hindi na ito nangangailangan ng reseta ng doktor para ikaw ay makabili.

Ang Strepsils ay parang candy lamang, hugis bilog at matamis. Available ito sa iba't ibang flavors. Mayroong original flavor, honey and lemon, blackcurrant, cherry, orange, strawberry, at iba pa.

Bisitahin ang website na ito para malaman ang pinaka-angkop na flavor ng Strepsils para sa iyong sore throat: http://www.strepsils.co.uk/products/

Bawat flavor kasi, may kanya-kanyang indikasyon. Halimbawa, ang Strepsils Original ay para sa ordinaryong pananakit ng lalamunan. Pero kung ikaw ay may diabetes at nananakit ang iyong lalamunan, ang pinakamainam na flavor sa'yo ay strawberry kasi ito yung sugar-free.


Paano gamutin ang sore throat gamit ang Strepsils?

  1. Kumuha ng isang Strepsils candy (lozenge).
  2. Sipsipin ang Strepsils nang dahan-dahan hanggang maubos. Huwag itong kakagatin. Hayaang matunaw.
  3. Para mas mabilis guminhawa ang iyong lalamunan, mag-Strepsils kada ika-2 o ika-3 oras. Pero huwag hihigit sa 12 na Strepsils sa loob ng 24 oras. 

Mga dapat tandaan sa pag-gamit ng Strepsils

  1. Ang Strepsils ay angkop lamang para sa mga may edad na 16 years old pataas.
  2. Kung nais gamutin ang bata ng Strepsils, dapat siya ay at least 6 years old. Mayroong pambatang Strepsils.
  3. Hindi dapat gamutin ng Strepsils ang mga batang below 6 years old.
  4. Kung ikaw ay buntis o kaya naman ay may asthma, kumonsulta muna sa doktor bago gumamit ng Strepsils.

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Bawang: Home Remedy Para sa Buni

gamot sa buni


Kung ikaw ay may buni at wala kang anti-fungal cream para ipangpahid dito, maaari mong gawing home remedy ang bawang.

Ang bawang ay kilala pampababa ng presyon pero ang halamang gamot na ito ay mabisa ring pangtanggal ng buni.



Preparasyon:

1. Kumuha ng 1 clove ng bawang.
2. Alisin ang balat at dikdikin.
3. Ipahid ang dinikdik na bawang sa buni hanggang mamula.
4. Magpahid ng dinikdik na bawang pagkagising sa umaga at bago matulog.

Tandaan, bago ipahid ang dinikdik na bawang sa buni, siguraduhing nakapaglinis ka muna ng katawan.

Thursday, February 4, 2016

5 Nurses Who Helped Shape the Nursing History Other Than Florence Nightingale

florence nightingale nursing history
The nursing history has undergone a lot of speculations and theories on when it actually began.Some say that it started as early as the 5th century where Hippocrates was considered as the father of nursing. And then came along the explosion of wars during the Middle Ages where most women (and even men) played the role of nurses by tending to the sick and wounded despite the lack of formal education and training.

But this soon changed when the “Lady of the Lamp” known as Florence Nightingale stepped into the field during the 19th century.Having the right education and training, Florence Nightingale revolutionized the nursing field and was hailed as the founder of modern nursing. Though everyone in the modern nursing industry knows her name, there are still other notable nurses who helped shape the rich context of the nursing history.


Dorothea Dix (1802-1887)

Back in the old times, people with mental disabilities were treated as lunatics and they were locked away. Even the great philosopher Aristotle proclaimed this—“Let there be law that no deformed children shall live.” Despite how inhumane the society treated the mentally challenged individuals, Dorothea Dix stood up for them. She spent more than 20 years of service in the mental asylums of the US improving the health condition of the patients. She’s also a known nurse activist during the chaotic period of the Civil War.


Walt Whitman (1819-1892)

Avid literature lovers know Walt Whitman as a poet, the author of the controversial poetry collection entitled “Leaves of Grass.” This poetry collection stirred up several opinions of the public because of its overt sexuality. Even Whitman’s sexuality formed a heated debate. Nevertheless, let’s leave it at that and set our eyes to his other great achievements as a volunteer nurse during the Civil War. He tended to the wounded soldiers, listened to their stories, and did them a favor of sending letters to their loved ones.


Clara Barton (1821-1912)
From a teacher to a recording clerk and to a nurse, Clara Barton was able to make a name in the nursing history because of her efforts to solve medical supply shortage during the Civil War. If not for her, no one could fully help the sick and the wounded since medical supplies were very much necessary. She was then known as the “Angel of the Battlefield.” And the American Red Cross? She’s the founder of this today’s large health relief organization.


Mary Eliza Mahoney (1845-1926)
Mary Mahoney made the breakthrough for being the first Registered African-American Nurse. Perhaps you are mostly aware that racism was very strong especially during the Civil War period. However, Mahoney did not budge an inch against this discrimination issue. She persevered in her studies in a nursing school; and out of 42 candidates, only four students graduated–and she was among the few students who gracefully finished nursing school. She was also the co-founder of the National Association of Colored Graduate Nurses which is now known as the American Nurses Association.


Margaret Sanger (1879-1976)
She’s the pioneer of introducing reproductive health or planned parenthood. She helped educate the public, especially women, on how to use contraceptives for birth control. She had created this movement because of the increasing toll of unwanted pregnancies. She then opened the first birth control clinic in America. However, her clinic was forced to close after a few days of opening because it’s illegal. Though some viewed her legacy as immoral, more and more families today are positively accepting the use of contraceptives to prevent unwanted pregnancies.

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