Very common skin lesion in a hot, humid climate is sudamen, or, as it is called, prickly heat (Miliaria rubra). As a result of sweating cells of sweat glands and ducts swell rejected and sealed ducts. On the back, arms, shoulders, chest, there are small rash spot blisters filled with clear liquid. Skin rash on the ground red.
These phenomena are accompanied by sensations of burning sites lesions. Bring relief to the affected skin rubdown with a mixture of 100 g of 70 percent ethyl alcohol, menthol 0.5 g, 1 g of salicylic acid, 1 g of resorcinol. In order to prevent recommend regular skin Read more [...]
Specialists have counted on the planet about 300 thousand plants, including those that grow in the mountains, swamps, oceans. Of these, 120 thousand varieties are edible. In our country grows more than 2,000 edible plants. Some of them can be eaten raw, others must first be subjected to heat treatment, and drying or soaking.
Most of the plants of the northern region are edible.
Mountain berry. Low creeping shrub with evergreen, leathery leaves. Its red berries are rich in vitamins.
Alpine Bear Berry. It grows on a creeping stem from bits of bark and rounded leaves that have a reddish tint, Read more [...]
Sore throat steam inhalation will help: 1 tablet validola and 1 tablespoon of baking soda dissolved in 1 liter of hot water. Breathe the rising steam, wrapped his head with a towel or blanket so that the steam was sent to the respiratory tract.
Effective gargarism: in 1 cup lukewarm water, add 1 tablespoon of calendula tincture pharmacy. If there is no tincture of calendula, put 1 teaspoon of baking soda. Gargle to 5-b times a day. Used to treat as erythromycin, which take 1 tablet 4 times a day.To gargle, you can use the infusion of chamomile infusion of herbs or hypericum.
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Collecting peat moss, you will notice a small seedlings, no more than 10 to 15 centimeters. To the surface of moss hummocks firmly against female red round leaves. Its color reminds plants planet Mars, which he wrote in "War of the Worlds," HG Wells.
If we consider a leaf with a magnifying glass, you can see that it is strange hairs Covered with large bubbles on the ends. Of these vesicles released sticky liquid. Droplets on the leaves glisten like dew, so plant and named rosyan, Coy, in Latin - Drosera rotundifoliya (Drosera rotundifolia) - "sundew rotundifolia."
One Read more [...]
Man often have the need to determine their position in time and space - to navigate. We use a variety of precision instruments and scientific methods. For example, they make it possible to solve a very complex problem of orientation of artificial satellites, rockets and ships.
But we should not think that ability navigate without instruments today has lost its practical value. People of different professions - geographers, surveyors, geologists, botanists, foresters, hunters - can often okazatvsya at a time when the nature of the knowledge and ability to find the right direction, anticipate Read more [...]
Synonyms: Arctomys caudatus, Arctomys hemachalanus, Arctomys aureus, Arctomys dichrous. Arctomys littledalei, Marmota slirlingi. Kazakh name: Kyzyl-Suur.
Russian local name: krasnyysurok,marmot. In Pushnikov: tarbagan Fergana.
Notes on taxonomy. Species independence of the groundhog is not questioned, but subspecies taxonomy is not well.
By Ellermanu and Morrison-Scott (Ellerman a. Morrison-Scott, 1951), describes the following long-tailed marmot subspecies: M. s. sai-data Jacquemont, 1844 M. s. aurea Blanford, 1875, MS. dichrous Anderson, 1875.
Of them in Kazakhstan is Read more [...]
This large and representative of the kind of weasel family inhabits almost the entire territory of the Soviet Union, with the exception of the northern tundra regions, desert and arid regions.
Spread it inside the area is regulated, in addition to natural factors, the degree of anthropogenic transformation of landscapes. Its almost gone in waters frequented by people and strongly altered economic activity.
Otter is closely related to water and the forest. She prefers fast flowing rivers and streams with clear water, and the presence of ice omutkov places littered the shore. But otter Read more [...]
I'll start with the truth: the first requirement, going to an unfamiliar forest, is to try not to forget the most essential thing - a compass. The needle always points north. Knowing this, face north. Then with the right hand from us will be the east, with the left - west, and behind - the south.
In order to choose the right direction on the output, it is necessary to orient the compass, even when entering the forest.
- Just go deep into the forest of 50-100 meters from the road, or from the village.
- Stop, turn to face the side of the road, ie, where you have to go out.
- Open the compass, Read more [...]
1. For night Fishing is desirable to have a light spinning rod class length from 2.5 to 3 m, but always with a sensitive apex. If the rod does not have a complex system, it must always be fast or super-fast. Parabolic acceptable only in standing water on the course to recognize a bite with them is virtually impossible.
2. Coil inertialess, the middle class, ranging in size from 2500 to 3500 (in reserve should always be a spare spool with fishing line or even coil). Night casts over long distances are rarely required, so the fishing line to the reel spool undesirable side.3. Better suited Read more [...]
Central European wild boar. Medium size: the maximum length of the skull of adults 37 - 41 cm color dark, reddish-brown undercoat. It is widespread in the western regions of the European part of the USSR, in Western Europe.
Romanian wild boar. Large size: the maximum length of the skull 41 - 47 cm color slightly lighter. Inhabit the Caucasus, Transcaucasia, the lower Volga.
Central Asian wild boar. Size large. Bright coloring torso, legs almost black. The undercoat is light, sandy color. It is widespread in Central Asia and Kazakhstan.
Transbaikalia boar. The longest form, Read more [...]
Annual height of 30-120 cm Stems erect, ribbed, forked. The leaves are ovate or elliptic, up to 10 cm and a width of 6.5 cm, sinuate-toothed (sometimes deeply sinuate-lobed), with equal teeth, and short petioles. Flowers solitary, drooping, located in the axils of the stem. Calyx pentahedral, quinquepartite, membranous, with reticulate venation somewhat inflated, strongly increasing in fruit, five-winged ribs. Corolla length of about 1.5 cm, with a bluish white tube and folded almost flat limb with five shallow wide blades, top-stretched. Fruit - dry brown globular fruit hidden in sprawling Read more [...]
Roared over his head straight and boring.
Jacket and jeans damp. As the body was trembling.
At first I thought that I was on the floor in the engine room of the boat. Then I imagined that this cabin window and draw the curtain, that is why so dark. I got to my knees and held out his hand to push the shutter, and then realized that I was in the tent and outside drizzling rain.
Fire! I jumped up and rubbed his eyes.
A pile of twigs poluobgorelyh little steamed at the entrance.
I fell on my knees in front of them, stirred the ashes with a stick and saw a few red coals.
Phew! Do not go out. They Read more [...]
Annuals and 70 cm high. Distribution: European part, Caucasus (invasive), Western and Eastern Siberia, the Far East.
Contain mono-, sesqui-and triterpenoids, phytosterols, flavonoids, and heterocyclic Comm. of furan, nitrogen Comm., phenols, aromatic ketones, higher fatty acids, aliphatic alcohols, aliphatic and alicyclic hydrocarbons established structure. Highlighted the essential oil to 2.6% of the inflorescence and fatty oil to 42% of the fruits of E. ciliata (Thunb.) Hylander, tannins. Detected alkaloids, vitamins C
Drug (E. ciliata). Therapeutic action - knitting - Hopes. hours, inflorescence, Read more [...]
Winter in the mountains can already begin the September charges of bad weather and end May snowfall in spring, so that by climbing in the months must be treated as a winter, keeping in mind the organization and tactics of the exit.
In the mountains, there is no separate "summer" and "winter" dangers. Given the characteristics of the mountains, all the dangers of winter become more serious, even for experienced climbers and tourists. Where summer were on the trail and even the highway safely hundreds beginners winter can go avalanche and in an instant drop down unwary travelers. Read more [...]
If not specified hunting big game, you can try to get more small animals. The Arctic foxes are widespread, rabbits, and on sandy slopes shores of lakes and rivers are found gophers. All these animals are well suited for food, and they can hunt with homemade snares and traps. This is an easy and affordable way to hunt, especially in the absence of a firearm or ammunition shortage. The easiest trap - an ordinary-noose tightening the noose, made of nylon thread or wire. It secured the free end of a dwarf tree, and then spread their branches across the animal on the trail so that the lower edge Read more [...]
Teaching children the basics of tourism skills desirable to begin with an introductory talk about tourism as a form of recreation, sport and knowledge of their country. During this conversation, we have to show how attractive sides of the campaign - the main form of tourism, and all the difficulties, dangers, which he carries in himself. For this we need to have a few photos, slides, videos that can be corroborated by what was said. Good effect the story of tourism activities high school students who already have some experience. Keep in mind that the ratio of children to the words of the teacher Read more [...]
Joker - the main winter cap fishing in Russia, known for a long time. LP Sabaneyev even claimed that it belongs to the Moscow angler championship in the discovery of this phenomenon. And it is "in Moscow, he came into use among fishermen long before became known abroad."
The red worm is the larva of the mosquito-derguntsa belonging to the family Chironomidae, which is almost unknown to most anglers. But in vain. Chironomidae - a favorite and often the most common staple food of fish such as bream, roach, blue bream, etc. etc. The list goes on and on, but most importantly, the Read more [...]
Shrub up to 5 m tall, with thick gray branches rather brittle, densely velvety tomentose or pubescent. Flower buds up to 11 mm long, lanceolate or ovate, to turn away from the top half of the shoot, with the tip bent back; scales brownish or reddish-brown, glabrous or pubescent. Leaves oblanceolate or obovate, widest above the middle, top dirty green, depressed on veins, below the gray-green, with prominent veins, usually pubescent on both sides, finely serrate or coarsely vygryzenno-serrate. Blooms before deployment leaves or simultaneously with it. Catkins sessile, with small leaves at the Read more [...]
Many days the crowds wandered through the desert - tells the ancient legend - knee sinking in quicksand. All soldered raw taken with them had been eaten, and the people fell from exhaustion and malnutrition on the hot sand.
A deep murmur of discontent grew among men, women, and children were crying. Old men with long beards, who relied on his staff, was gloomy. These were the Jews who were in search of the "promised land." New fertile land, where they could live freely in peace, prosperity, had been promised their leader Moses.
But many days have passed since they left Egypt, and Read more [...]
New magazine designed for anglers spinningists combining a favorite hobby of traveling and adventures. 'Traveller spinning"Dedicated to catching predatory fish in all the fun spinning regions of Russia and abroad. Of the articles and photographs published on foreign fishing under a licensing agreement with the world's leading magazine of the fishing tourism - French Voyages de Peche. Each article is richly illustrated and comes with extensive reference and maps. Edition pays special attention to innovations in the world of gear, lures and accessories for spinning, details of Read more [...]