Most drugs are synthetic, not herbal. And there is not a single all-natural drug. And there is nothing wrong with that. You can use herbal medicine in the treatment of chronic diseases and as a supportive therapy, but no herbal remedy will help you instantly. For example, raspberries are antipyretic, but at a temperature of 38.9 they will not knock anything down, you need nurofen, paracetamol, etc. Plus, the concentration of medicinal extracts in herbal preparations is higher.
Previously, almost all medicinal products (mixtures) contained herbal and natural components.
With the development of the chemical industry, a high percentage of plant components was replaced by chemical (synthetic) components due to the simplicity of chemical synthesis and low cost
In medicinal products, the necessary proportions of substances isolated from plants are used. Eating "grass" you will not be able to keep track of the amount of necessary elements, moreover, in the preparation of medicines, technologies are used to isolate excess bacteria, complete sanitation, excluding the possibility of harm. / p>
Not everything is as simple as we would like. Herbs cannot simply help against viruses and infections. Unfortunately, of course. It is imperative to find something that kills the infection.
I use herbs and roots just. During the season I collect St. John's wort, oregano, mother and stepmother, plantain, currant leaves and linden with motherwort, echinacea and elecampane. The family also has a large first-aid kit.
Because medicinal products contain only a pure, without impurities, treating component, in the NECESSARY dosage, and in plants this condition cannot be met proctically.
If all medicines are herbal, why not just use herbs and roots?
Simple and clear, it will probably be like this.
You can use roots, tops, and leaves. But there is little BUT.
The first is flavor enhancers), the second is additives that enhance the effect of the drug. Thirdly, it is the fact that in production they use chemical and physical capabilities where they pull out the most necessary and at the same time in a significantly short time for the production of this or that drug.
Head of the Center of Psychology, psychologist Vladimir Semin
Tell me, what's the difference between a stone ax and a steel one? There is an equally big difference between medicinal plants and medicines. Each medicinal plant contains only one active ingredient and dozens of accompanying substances that have no therapeutic effect. Associated substances can be harmful, just ballast, screening the action of the desired substance. The medicinal substance may be contained in an insignificant concentration. Medicines are devoid of these drawbacks, they have only a high content of active substance, and auxiliary, enhancing the effect of action. Many drugs have no analogues in nature at all; they are synthetic substances. Others are modified natural, in which the healing properties are enhanced, and the side ones are weakened. Going completely to herbal medicine is like returning to archaism. Herbs and roots are useful, they can be used as an auxiliary, gentle therapy, but they cannot replace modern drugs.
And how to use them? When to vomit, on a new moon, a full moon, in the morning, in the evening, when to drink. Everyone was exterminated, who knew. You must go to Tibet or India, where antiquity has not disappeared, otherwise you will get drunk, and the pills will not help
The concentration of useful things in herbs and roots is insufficient to fight viruses and other complex lesions of the body, they have an auxiliary effect, serve as a good addition to antiviral and other strong drugs.
Because the dosage is different or it is impossible to take these herbs and roots from our pharmacy. A tincture of valerian and dried root, for example, you can.
Not all medicines are of herbal origin! And are diseases treated only with medicines? But what about the different procedures? So let's treat cancer with herbs and tinctures, why do we need this chemical therapy and special expensive drugs! Okay, there is some kind of barley you can cure by rubbing your eye with chamomile, but something serious, no
Even if a medicine is produced on a plant basis, this is a complex processing process. And some percentage of chemistry is still present. Pure herbs are teas, tinctures, decoctions.
Why is technomedicine so fond of synthetic medicines? - so you can change the question. It is easier to work with them for graduates of medical universities. They work the same or similar for 60% of people, on average. And it is very difficult to work with herbs. It is necessary that they be correctly collected, dried and properly stored.
And just to work with herbs in medical universities - they do not teach.
Who told you that all medicines are made from plants? And are diseases treated only with medicines? But what about the different procedures?
TO THE SAME And it is very difficult to work with herbs. It is necessary that they be correctly collected, dried and properly stored.
Firstly, you need to study herbal medicine. You can count such specialists by hand. Plus, pharmaceutical companies will be terribly offended;) No one has canceled the competition. But in China, for example, herbal medicine is used along with drug treatment. Very successful, by the way !!!
Herbs and take harder and get. As an example, I will take Barsukor capsules. they do an excellent job with colds, cure coughs and strengthen immunity. Now the question is, where can I get badger fat in the city? And agree, is it more attractive to take a capsule than to drink badger fat with milk?)
Herbal treatment is relevant, but not everyone is available, not everyone can correctly apply and correctly dose, and plus they need knowledge of classical medicine, physiology, pathology. It is possible, but difficult, pills are easier.
Well, what about an antibiotic?) Not everything can be cured with herbs alone. penicillin was not yet in the hands of the Aesculapians, there were many times more deaths, right? therefore not with herbs alone. as supportive therapy - yes, ok, great. but not as a primary medicine.
First, not all. More than half of modern drugs have been synthesized. Secondly, even herbal preparations require certain proportions and purification methods. You can, of course, collect herbs yourself and prepare decoctions and extracts, but all medicinal plants do not grow in one area. Yes, in addition, additional knowledge is needed about the timing of collection, methods of canning and storage.
Firstly, not all herbal medicines, And secondly, even in ready-made phyto-preparations, one sachet may contain more active ingredients, and the other contains less. One of the problems with herbal preparations is the inability to accurately dose the concentration. Even if the roots, inflorescences or herbs collected from one plant are weighed on a scale, then the same masses will have a different amount of phytoncides and other active substances. What can we say about the plant raw materials collected at different sites and at different times. The use of roots and herbs does not allow predicting the exact effect, in contrast to a synthetic drug containing the required agent in the required amount.
As already mentioned, not all medicines are of herbal origin. And herbal treatment should also be under the guidance of a specialist. There are some herbs, an overdose of which can only do harm.
Medicines of herbal origin occupy an insignificant volume in the total mass of pharmaceutical preparations. This is first.
Secondly, not all chemicals in medicinal plants are useful. Modern extraction technologies make it possible to isolate only those active substances that have a positive effect on the body and remove, or at least minimize, harmful or simply ballast substances.
Medicinal herbs cannot completely cure dangerous viral diseases, do not self-medicate, you need to consult a doctor. Treatment is prescribed only by a specialist.
You can answer in one sentence:
Not all medicines are of herbal origin!
But even those that have it are not recommended to be replaced with herbs. Since the preparation does not contain various allergens and harmful substances that may be contained in the "grass" from which this preparation was made.
there are also drugs synthesized by a chemical method, as well as biological drugs, recombinant drugs, etc.
therefore it is possible and necessary to use "herbs and roots" (if it is correct), but it is impossible to completely replace medications with them
The question is not correct, since in reality drugs are not always made from plants. Another question is that pharmaceutical companies are geared towards chemistry and do not particularly delve into medicine itself. There are schemes and concepts according to which drugs are made and tested. With real treatment, it has little to do with placebo ads for ibuprom. Otherwise, new ones would not be created every six months.
Let's see how modern official (technocratic) medicine works. Every day, research is carried out around the world to isolate individual substances from herbs. Then experiments are carried out on animals with these isolated substances. If successful, experiments continue on humans and then a particular substance is synthesized
How much do you think this kind of research costs? And who finances them? When a substance has been isolated-tested-synthesized, it goes on sale. And on this, millions and billions are earned
Herbs may not be environmentally friendly. In medicines, herbal remedies are purified, often components that enhance the therapeutic effect are added to them.
Not all. Some are of animal origin (vaccines, eg), as well as bacteria and fungi (antibiotics). The whole point is that chemical and synthetic drugs are cheaper to manufacture.
I would enjoy drinking and eating herbs if I knew how to collect and cook them. There are "herbalists" who are engaged in healing, it is not very easy, you need to know everything about herbs and their properties, basically such knowledge is passed down from generation to generation.
Why not just use herbs and roots? I will answer this question.
The fact is that food, food, drinks leading to recovery cannot be patented.
Therefore, the pharmaceutical dictatorship has established its own rules - not a word about food, which can remove the very causes of chronic diseases (instead of a pill that removes symptoms).
The pharmaceutical dictatorship will never sell instructions in pharmacies for the treatment of cancer, diabetes, hypertension, back diseases, neurological joints and other diseases.
I suppose that earlier this was the only way they were treated. There are also various herbalists who understand herbs and roots. And in some cases, such treatment is even preferable.
Not all herbal preparations. And if so, then they are obtained synthetically. They just took a plant, experimentally isolated the active (active) substance, and then create an analogue.
The question is fundamentally wrong because it is based on a false premise.
Not all medicines are of herbal origin. Most modern biologically active substances are of synthetic or semi-synthetic origin, including synthesized by the microbiological method, as one of the most effective and progressive.
In addition, drugs of even herbal origin are preparations of ultra-purified substances, that is, the active substances in them are isolated individually from the raw medicinal plant. Unlike drugs, plants have a large amount of foreign substances, not only ballast, but also with other physiological effects. But that's not all that distinguishes plants from drugs. The fact is that each sample contains the same amount of active ingredient in medicines, and when taking a pill, you can be sure that the pill you took today and the pill you took a year ago contained the same amount of active ingredient. In plants, substances accumulate in different concentrations depending on the climate and microclimate, soil, lighting, precipitation, fertilizers, and further, further, further ...