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Coming From Nature Fixes With Coming From Nature

Humans have groaned to nature since history. They classified them as edible, usable, poisonous and discovered them by experimenting.

People have also learned to heal with what nature has given us. They learned by experimenting with plants. Poisonous, useful, medicinal.

In ancient times, people thought that the body could not get sick before the souls got sick. For healing purposes, plants were used to cleanse and purify the body and spirit in natural ways.

The most well-known examples were traced to the roots of useful and medicinal plants in the IV century BC. It is seen in the paintings made on the temple and tomb walls in Egypt.

BC in the Chinese empires It is known that rice, onion and wheat plantings were made in the form of ceremonies and rituals every year in 2700 BC.

It is also recorded that the Sumerians planted dates, onions, barley and sesame.

These used plants have started to be recorded by civilizations and collected as healing. Of course, when this is the case, there is information that has been transferred from generation to generation, remaining in the sources since the beginning of 2000 BC.

 

Mesopotamia

Cereals, vegetables, tree parts, spices, various wild herbs, including 250 herbal, honey, beeswax, elephant oil, snake, turtle, 180 animal origin, copper, mineral origin such as rock salt 120 species have been identified. These are used for therapeutic purposes and separated.

 

Egyptian Civilization

It has one of the clearest information. Popyrus Ebers, written in 1550 BC and earlier; It is twenty meters long, contains 811 recipes and 700 ingredients. The diagnosis, treatment, amount of material used and the date of the disease are written in all details.

 

Greek Civilization

It dates back a thousand years after Egypt. One of its most famous physicians is Hippocrates. He has prescribed more than 400 herbal medicines. The work used as a source today is Historia Plantorum (History of Plants) written by Theophrastus.

 

Romans

Dioskarides, the important judge of the period, wrote Materia Medica in five volumes, which was the source of herbal science until the 15th century. It contains nearly 600 medicinal plants, plant, mineral and animal substances used in various diseases.

 

Islamic Civilization

Books written by all world physicians were collected and translated into Arabic, and hospitals were established. In hospitals, both treatment and botanical pharmacy and teaching were carried out. It can be found in the book Cami’u Müfredatu’l Edviye ve’l-Agdige, which talks about 1400 medical, animal, herbal and minerals, more than 300 of which were written by Ibn’ül Baytar, one of the famous physicians of the period.

 

Ottoman Period

More than 1600 medicinal plants were known and used in treatments. In 1806, pure morphine alkaloid was obtained from opium and the narcotic effect of morphine was discovered. It was used with mixtures from the specifics of the plants.

 

Today, with the return to natural life, there has been a return to medicinal plants and alternative medicine.

What we refer to as the old soil, our loved ones, used to say that the healing of nature can cure those who come from nature.

 

With love.