Rhode PHLOJODICARPUS Turcz. ex Ledeb. — VZDUTOPLODNIK.

Herbaceous perennials, 10-50 cm high. Distribution: Arctic, Western and Eastern Siberia, the Far East. Contain coumarin and 1.7% in the underground. h Ph. villosus (Turcz. ex Fisch. et CA Mey.) Ledeb. (Including furo and piraiokumarpiy) monoterpeioidy, flavonoids, carbohydrates, as well as benzo-a-pyro-HN established structure. Highlighted the essential oil to 1.6% of the Subtitle. h Ph. villosus. Medicinal. Those r a n e a r ch e s to e of action -.-M-anticholinergic schee and adrenoblokiruyuschee, hypotensive, vasodilator, antispasmodic - Subtitle. Part 2 Ph. sibiricus (Stephan ex Spreng.) Read more [...]
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Rhode ORCHIS L. Orchids.

Herbaceous perennials, 9-80 cm high. Distribution: European part, Caucasus. Western and Eastern Siberia. Contain flavonoids (including anthocyanins in H), steroids (including fntosternny), Kumari-HN, carbohydrates, tsiklitoly and phenols, phenolic glikoendy, phenolic acids and their derivatives, aldehydes and alcohols, higher fatty acids established structure. Highlighted the essential oil, fatty oil, voskn, mucus. Medicinal. Therapeutic action - tonic - Subtitle. Part O. mascula (L) L., O. militaris L, enhancing potentsiyu1 - O. provin-cialis Balb. ex DC, strengthens hair - Subtitle. Part Read more [...]
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Rhode MERCURIALIS L. — PROLESNIK.

Herbaceous perennials, annuals least 15-45 cm high. Distribution: European part, Caucasus. Contain flavonoids, cyanogenic Comm. (Including cyanogenic glikoeidy 1.3% in the underground. Charles M. annua L.), other nitrogen Comm., Carbohydrates, as well as phenolic and higher fatty acid established structure. Highlighted the essential oil of 0.1% and 3.3% tannins of Subtitle. h, fatty oil and 38% of the seeds and rubber 0.3% from the leaves of M. annua, resins, dyes. Saponins are found up to 2.2% in the underground. Charles M. annua, alkaloids, vitamin C. Medicinal. Therapeutic action - laxative, Read more [...]
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Rhode EUPHRASIA L. — Eyebright.

Annuals 5-50 cm high. Propagation: All. Contain iridoids, flavonoids and 1.4% in E. rostkoviana Naupe, coumarins, phytosterols, glycityl, and aromatic N fatty acids, higher aliphatic hydrocarbons and alcohols established structure. Marked tannins to 8.2% of oversight. Part E. pectinata Ten., essential oil. Found cardenolides, alkaloids, carotenoids, saponins, vitamin C. Medicinal. Therapeutic action - anti-inflammatory, astringent - E. rostkoviana, diuretic - E. brevipila Burnat et Gremli, strengthens hair - E. stricta D. Wolff ex JF Lehra. Indications - eye disease: acute and chronic conjunctivitis, Read more [...]
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Rhode IMPATIENS L. — Impatiens.

Annuals, 30-120 cm tall. Distribution: European part, the Caucasus, Western and Eastern Siberia, the Far East. Contain karotnnoidy, flavonoids, iaftohiioiy, phytosterols, carbohydrates and phenols, phenolic acids, higher fatty acids and higher aliphatic alcohols established structure. Marked fatty oil and 55% of the seeds and tannins to 6% of the leaves I. noli-tangere L. Alkaloids found, resin acids, triterpene saponins, coumarins, anthocyanins, leucoanthocyans, vitamin C. Medicinal. Those p in an e t and tical effect of e-diuretic-I. textorii Miq., Hopes. Part I. noli-tangere, leaves Read more [...]
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Rhode GROSSULARIA Hill — gooseberry.

Shrubs up to 1 m high. Distribution: European part, the Caucasus, Western and Eastern Siberia, the Far East. Contain flavonoids (including catechins leykoantotsianidiny) and fatty acid established structure. Allocated fixed oil and 20% of the seeds G. reclinata (L.) Mill. Found cyanogenic Comm., Carbohydrates and 1.5% in the fruit G. reclinata, to 1.1% pectin in the fruit G. reclinata, vitamin C. Medicinal. Therapeutic action - laxative, diuretic - the fruits of G. acicularis (Sm.) Spach, G. reclinata, choleretic, metabolism, analgesic - the fruits of G. reclinata. Indications - diseases Read more [...]
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Rhode FERULOPSIS Kitag. — FERULOPSIS.

F. hystrix (Bunge) Pimenov (syn. Peucedanum hystrix Bunge, Phlojodicarpus turczaninovii Sipl.)-herbaceous perennial to 30 cm high. Distribution: West (South) Mr East Siberia (south).

Contains coumarins (including furokumariny), flavonoids, and moioterpeioidy fitosteri-HN ustaiovleiioy structure. Highlighted the essential oil to 0.7% of iadz. Found seskviterpeioidy hours.

Medicinal. Indications — tumors: tumors. In the experiment, the amount of coumarin shows tuberculostatic and antifungal activity.

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Goose bow

Numerous these bows are a tiny cousin, whom I know since childhood. It's a goose yellow onions (Gagea lutea). He appears very early in forest clearings, between bushes, on the bright, well-heated areas. He belongs to a completely different genus, although Russian is called a bow. The above-ground portion of the small (10-30 cm) plants live only 2-3 weeks, all the rest of the goose bow there as a small onion. The bulb consists of a fleshy scales, light jacket, gray-brown. Of onion leaves one long narrow leaves and flower stems. At the top of this stalk has two leaf, one of which is longer Read more [...]
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Rhode CORYDALIS Vent. — Corydalis.

Single, biennials or herbaceous perennials 8-70 cm high. Propagation: All. Contain alkaloids to 6% in the tubers C. cava (L.) Schweigg. et Koerte, y-pyrone derivatives, as well as fatty acids established structure. Allocated to the fixed oil from the seeds of 12.5% C. cava. Flavonoids are found in up to 3.8% S. capnoides (L) Pers., Coumarins to 0.2% in the stems, leaves and flowers of C. impatiens (Pall.) Fisch. ex DC, cardenolides, antraglikozidy, carotenoids, steroid saponins, vitamin C. Medicinal. Therapeutic action - analgeziruyuschee1, anesthetic (complete), astringent (complete) - Subtitle. Read more [...]
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Rhode CHEIRANTHUS L. — LAKFIOL.

S. cheiri L. - Herbaceous perennial 40-100 cm tall. Distribution: European part (south). Contains cardenolides, phytosterols, monoterpenondy, flavonoids, as well as nitrogen-containing Comm., Phenolic acids and fatty acids established structure. Highlighted the essential oil to 0.1% of the flowers, fatty oil and 35% NZ seeds. Found coumarins. Medicinal. Ter an EBT and h her something action-inflammatory - Subtitle. hours, laxative - Hopes. hours, diuretic - Hopes. hours, flowers, expectorant, tonic - the seeds. Indications - diseases of the cardiovascular system: the heart disease - Hopes. Read more [...]
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Rhode CALYSTEGIA R. BR. — POVOY.

Herbaceous perennials, climbing or creeping up to 3 m long. Distribution: European part (except the north), the Caucasus, Western and Eastern Siberia, the Far East. Flavonoids contain up to 1% of C. sepium (L.) R. Br. (Including anthocyanins) established structure. Marked tannins to 9% of C. sepium. Detected alkaloids, steroidal saponins, lectins (Peumans et al., 1997), vitamin C. Medicinal. Therapeutic action - laxative, diuretic - C. sylvatica (Kit.) Griseb., S. soldanella (L.) R. Br., Underground. Part C. sepium, emollient, anthelmintic, tonic - Subtitle. hours, hemostatic, wound healing Read more [...]
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Rhode ATROPA L. — Belladonna.

Herbaceous perennials and 150 cm high. Distribution: European part (south) and the Caucasus. A. belladonna L. contains alkaloids and 0.9% in the underground. hours, coumarins, flavonoids, steroids (including steroidal saponins (Shvets, Latsterdis, Kintia, 1996), phytosterols), carbohydrates, and phenolic acids, and aliphatic hydrocarbons established structure. Triterpenoids found. Medicinal. Those pa ti n s h e with some action -.-M-anticholinergic schee, antispasmodic, sedative - Hopes. hours, leaves A. belladonna L., (Гос. registry. 2000), detoxification - A. belladonna, Subtitle. Read more [...]
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Catching roach podust, dace

With the advent of the coastal zone and defenseless masses calorie fry-fingerlings are not able to move quickly in the water, most cyprinids temporarily forget their usual diet (insect larvae, threadlike algae, copepods, amphipods), and are beginning to eat their own offspring, not yielding gluttony in predatory fish. This period is usually from 1.5 to 2.5 weeks. Interest in the young disappears as it grows and the ability to move quickly over the pond. Fish of the carp family, including a large bleak, caught on spinners, spoons, Mukho № № 00-0, cast which is not a problem if ultralight spinning Read more [...]
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Rhode ABUTILON Hill — Kanatnikov.

A. theophrasti Medikus - Annual 25-150 cm tall. Distribution: European part (south and south-east), the Caucasus. Flavonoids, esters tsiklitolov and higher fatty acid established structure. Marked fatty oil to 30% from seed slime. Found alkaloids sapoiiiy, polysaccharides, uroiovye acids, phospholipids 0.8% in seeds, vitamin C. Medicinal. Therapeutic action - a tonic, antiseptic, disinfectant, healing wounds - leaves, diuretic, laxative - seeds, expectorant - Subtitle. hours, leaves, flowers, emollient - Subtitle. hours, leaves, flowers, seeds, diaphoretic - flowers. Indications - diseases Read more [...]
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Broomrape Clove

Perennial herb 15-40 cm tall, densely brownish pubescent with short glandular hairs. Stem erect, yellowish-brown, often with reddish or purple hue, lined with numerous lanceolate scaly leaves up to 25-30 mm. Flowers are in terminal cylindrical or oval rather loose inflorescences, which is usually much shorter than the rest of the stem. Covering scales ovate-lanceolate, up to 30 mm. Calyx segments bilobed at the bottom of a very wide and webbed. Venchikdlinoy 20-30 mm, directed obliquely upwards, almost bell-shaped, with a long tube large, brownish-purple with a reddish tinge, outside densely Read more [...]
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Ray Mears: The Art of Survival — Namibia

Raymond "Ray" Mears (Born February 7, 1964) is a British writer and broadcaster TV, an expert on the art of survival in extreme environments. Survival expert Ray Mears travels to different corners of the planet. He will teach you not only see the beauty of wildlife, but also to take away everything you need to survive. As a true master of his craft, he does not miss the opportunity to learn from the locals. Virtually every series are wonderful and understand examples of survival under these conditions untrained people. The main feature of this series of broadcasts from other similar Read more [...]
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Ragwort Field

A perennial or biennial, usually tomentose herb up 10-50 (60) cm, with short rhizome and numerous thin roots. Stem erect, simple, like leaves, arachnoid-pubescent ragged (the end of vegetation almost naked). The basal leaves are round or ovoid, with a few extensions petioles, stem, alternate, lanceolate, sessile. Baskets are collected in a common-umbellate inflorescence panicle. Wrap-row, 7-10 mm in diameter. Flowers ligulate, yellow. Fruits - cylindrical ribbed pubescent achene with a white crest. Blooms in April-June, achenes ripen in May-July. European look. In Central Russia is found Read more [...]
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Purple dead-nettle

Single biennial pubescent plant height 8-30 cm Stems prostrate or ascending, branching at the base, sometimes dark purple. The leaves are wrinkled, almost bare bottom, top softly hairy, lower - with petioles up to 3.5 cm and a small (1-3 cm long and 1-2 cm wide), ovate-heart-shaped or round plate, close together at the base of the stem, medium ( 1-2 pairs) are larger, with petioles length of 8-30mm, the upper - sessile, ovate, acute, bidentate. Flowers are in whorls of 6-10, which form a common inflorescence at the tips of stems and branches. Calyx purple or lilac-purple, tubular-campanulate, Read more [...]
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Hunting dogs

By hunting dogs include taxes and fox terriers. They are mostly used for hunting foxes and badgers and raccoon dog, to harass small animals, rats, as well as some minor types of hunting. Smooth and Wire Fox Terrier (Fig. 120) differ only by the nature of coat. This is a small but sturdy dog that wins his energy and fearlessness. Used primarily for work in a hole, but proper preparation can be used to search for game birds, feeding her from the water, and even barking squirrels. Relatively long legs make it easy to use fox terriers in the snow, it is difficult for a taxi. Dachshunds Read more [...]
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How to pack a backpack?

A properly packed backpack important part of camp life. Improper packaging can lead to severe fatigue, vertebra and other troubles, aggravating journey. To avoid any inconvenience when packing a backpack should adhere to a set of rules. The first rule - all things must be packed in a backpack, your hands are free. The second rule - all things you need to pack in plastic bags, especially money, papers, matches, and what you'll be sleeping. Recently on tour. stores sell special Germ bags if they pack up, they will not get wet, even if you drop the bag into the water. Hard and heavy items Read more [...]
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