- Orange, bergamot, grapefruit, Leuzea, limett, Lemon, Mandarin, Petit Grain, rosemary, thyme, angelica root, rue, cumin - oils, which can not be applied before going out (even in cloudy weather). They have a phototoxic effect
- Aniseed, mugwort, arnica, basil, birch, camphor, cedar atlas, clary sage, sage, fennel, hyssop, jasmine, juniper, marjoram, myrrh, oregano, pennyroyal, peppermint, rose, rosemary, oil, spices and thyme
Geranium, jasmine, lavender, frankincense, peppermint, chamomile, pine - should be used carefully - oils, that are prohibited during pregnancy.
- For people with epilepsy essential oil of hyssop, fennel and sage entirely prohibited.
- Anise, bay, verbena, geranium, marjoram, jasmine, ginger, cedar, pine, patchouli, palmarosa, spruce, rosewood, citronella, thyme - oils that irritate the mucous membranes of the gastrointestinal tract.
- Fir, jasmine, juniper, fir and sandalwood - not recommended for use in renal disease.
- Bay, cloves, oregano, ginger, hyssop, cinnamon, juniper, nutmeg, rosemary, thyme, citronella, Schizandra, thyme, sage (all kinds) - not recommended for high degrees of hypertension
- Valerian, jasmine - not recommended for hypotension
- Lavender - not recommended for anemia
- Backthorn juice can't be used by people with pancreatitis, hyperacid gastritis or allergy to carotene.
- Black Currant - contraindicated for thrombophlebitis and a tendency to thrombosis.
Contraindicated for patients receiving high acidity of gastric hyperacidity gastritis, ulcer, hepatitis.
- Cantaloupe - Contraindicated for patients with diabetes.
- Grapes cultural - is contraindicated for patients with diabetes, obesity, edema, ulcer.
- Raspberry - berries do not use in gout and kidney stones.
- Strawberry - People suffering from peptic ulcer or gastritis should be careful with using strawberry because it can strongly irritate the stomach.
Sometimes cause skin allergies.
- Acacia - the plant contain toxic ingredients, especially alkaloid robinina. If you violate dosage possible strong poisoning.
- Cornflower- Contraindicated for uterine bleeding and pregnancy.
- Dandelion - absorbs lead of the exhaust gas, what make the flowers collected along the road with heavy traffic unsuitable for usage.
Dandelion is not recommended for acute conditions of blocked bile ducts, and should be carefuly used for people with increased secretion of hydrochloric acid (stomach ulcer and gastritis).
Overdose can cause vomiting and diarrhea.
- Lilac - a plant consists of some poisons. Internal use requires caution.
- Peon - should be used in the right doses, as a large dose of them can lead to poisoning.
- Snowdrop- contraindicated for epilepsy, hyperkinesis, asthma, angina pectoris, bradycardia, intestinal colic.
- Viola tricolor (pansy) - long-term use and overdose can cause vomiting, diarrhea, rash and itching.
- Water lily - a plant consists of some poisons. Internal use requires caution.
- Apple - contraindicated to acute exacerbation of peptic ulcer and gastric hypersecretion.
- Banana - not recommended for people with low blood pressure!
Not recommended for those who have had a stroke or heart attack, or suffer from varicose veins thrombophlebitis, because they increase blood viscosity.
Contraindicated to gastritis with the acidity.
- Cherry - not recommended for people with bowel problems
- Persimon- can't be used for patients with diabetes and obesity.
- Pomegranate - fruit juice should be diluted with water, because it contains acids that would irritate the stomach and erode tooth enamel.
Very rich decoction of the bark of the fetus may cause gastro-intestinal bleeding.
- Burnet saxifrage(Solidstem Burnet Saxifrage) - the plant can cause contact dermatitis and fitodermatoz.
- Calamus Swamp (Rhizome) - not suitable for high gastric secretory function.
- Chicory - contraindicated to acute gastric and duodenal ulcer.
- Corn silk - does not applyto people with increased blood clotting.
- Elecampane - used in in small doses for herb mixture for kidney diseases.
Contraindicated to pregnancy.
- Eleutherococcus senticosus - not recommended for hypertension.
- Flax seed (seed) - not recommended for cholecystitis and hepatitis.
Not recommended during inflammatory processes in the guts, as the seeds have a laxative effect.
Contraindicated to women with conditions such as endometriosis, polycystic or uterine fibroidsg.
Do not use internal during pregnancy and breast-feeding.
- Golden Root (Rhodiola rosea) - not recommended for elevated temperature and hypertensive heart disease.
- Goat drug - not prescribed for hypertension and diseases of the gastrointestinal tract.
- Highlander pepper - not recommended for glomerulonephritis.
- Highlander pochechuyny - not allowed during the pregnancy.
- Horseradish - irritable to the renal epithelium and the mucous membrane of the gastrointestinal tract.
Not recommended to nephritis, acute and chronic inflammatory conditions of the digestive system.
- Immortelle - not recommended for people with low blood pressure.
- Juniperus - strong irritant. Not allowed to use for acute kidney disease, in chronic inflammation of the urinary tract.
Contraindicated in dropsy.
Has negative effect on heart.
- Kirkazon - not indicated during pregnancy, overdose may uterine bleeding.
- Knot-grass (knotweed) - contraindicated to acute inflammation of the kidneys and bladder.
Not used in thrombosis.
- Lady’s Purse - not recommended during pregnancy and the propensity to thrombosis.
- Liquorice - long-term treatment can increase blood pressure, fluid retention, disturbances in the sexual area.
- Madder dyeing - irritates the mucous membrane of the stomach, increases the acidity.
Contraindicated to gastritis and ulcer with increased secretion.
- Melilotus officinalis - long-term usage causes dizziness, headaches, nausea, and vomiting.
- Melissa officinalis - is not indicated in hypotension.
- Mint leaves and especially nose drops with menthol - contraindicated for children under 1 year (may occur reflex stop breathing). Can't be used for heartburn.
- Mustard - not indicated for pulmonary tuberculosis, inflammatory diseases of the kidneys.
- Parsley (curly) - not assigned during pregnancy. Can have negative impact on the health of women who are prone to miscarriages.
In the presence of acute inflammation of the kidneys and the bladder only in training camp can be used.
- Oregano - not allowed during the pregnancy.
- Parsnip - contact with wet leaves may cause skin burns.
- Peppermint - not used for hypotension.
- Planting garlic - can not be used in patients with epilepsy.
Not recommended for inflammation of the kidneys, acute diseases of the stomach and intestines.
- Prickly thistles - not recommended for high blood pressure.
- Ragwort - not appointed for kidney, liver and heart.
- Rosehip - contains a lot of ascorbic acid. People suffering from gastritis and peptic ulcer disease should use it carefully.
Increases blood clotting.
Inhibits secretion of bile
- Rhaponticum carthamoides (maral root) - not used for hypertension and high blood pressure fundus.
- Rhubarb Tangut - not allowed during the pregnancy, acute inflammation of the stomach and intestines, intestinal bleeding.
- Ruta smelly - not allowed during the pregnancy.
- Sage - is contraindicated in acute inflammatory process in the kidneys.
- Sandy immortelle - increases blood pressure.
- St. John's wort - not recommended for high temperature and high blood pressure.
Prolonged use leads to phyto dermatosis, lower potency.
- Schisandra - contraindicated in hypertension, cardiac abnormalities.
Not applicable with increased Securinega suffruticosa.
Contraindicated in nephritis, hypertension, atherosclerosis, nervous irritability, insomnia.
- Sedum - overdose can increas high blood pressure.
- Shepherd's purse - contraindicated to patients with increased blood clotting.
- Smellage - should be used with caution for kidney disease.
- Sorrel sour - not recommended for gout and kidney disease.
- Sorrel horse - not appointed in violation of salt metabolism (rheumatism, gout) and related disorders, inflammation of the intestines and tuberculosis. It can exacerbate the problem with arthritic pain.
- Sugar kelp (seaweed) - not used with any form of nephritis, hemorrhagic diathesis, variety of allergic diseases, during pregnancy.
- Viburnum opulus - long-term use is undesirable.
Not recommended to treat gout due to the high content of purines.
- Waybread - not prescribed for gastritis with increased secretion of the stomach.
- White birch - birch buds resinous substances can irritate the kidney tissue.
- Wormwood - prolonged use of wormwood can cause mild poisoning.
The course of treatment should not exceed two weeks, maximum month, then it is necessary to take a break for at least two weeks, and it is better for a month.
Wormwood is contraindicated for pregnant women and during breast-feeding a baby, enterocolitis, bleeding and anemia.
Most of the plants create a favorable atmosphere in the premises, but if there are too many plants in the premises it may cause problems for the health.
Too big amount of plants can cause allergies and their aggravation, runny nose, headache, sensitivity to light, skin rashes, asthma attacks, etc.
The plants that set too high on windows create unhealthy and stressful atmosphere in the room.
Whatever plant you decide to settle in the apartment, do not put it next to the bed. Most of the plants release carbon dioxide and negative energy at night.
Unfortunately, almost all of potted plants can be harmful and many of them are toxic, and some are deadly poisonous. They purify the air, their aroma is useful for health, but the contact with their leaves, stems, juice, fibers can cause allergies and skin damage, and contact with the mouth and stomach can cause severe poisoning.
- Beautiful curly vine Monstera absorbs energy from humans and animals. Keeping this plant in the room, especially in the bedroom is not safe.
- and slender cypress can be dangerous to human health. It shouldn’t be kept it in the house or apartment.
- Thuja, is also a beautiful plant, but it bears fruit poisonous berries. Do not keep it in the places where you sleep, eat and rest.
- Dieffenbachia and Alocasia can also be dangerous. Keep them away from children.
There are several contraindications in usage of lithotherapy.
- Lithotherapy is not recommended for pregnant women.
- It's prohibited for people with acute infectious diseases and high blood pressure.
- Not recommended for patients who have recently had a heart attack or stroke, and other serious cardiovascular diseases.
- Artichokes - contraindicated to gastritis with low acidity, hypotension.
- Beets - contraindicated to osteoporosis, gastritis, diabetes, kidney stones and upset stomach.
- Black radish - not suitable for various diseases of the heart, liver and kidney, stomach and duodenal ulcers, inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract and pancreas.
- Broccoli - not recommended to use Broccoli Broth because it contains purine.
- Cabbage - not recommended for high acidity of the stomach, acute enterocolitis, acute exacerbation of ulcers, intestinal cramps.
- Carrots - the part above the ground that has a greenish color can't be used.
- Chili - is absolutely contraindicated to gastrointestinal tract.
Should be avoided to mucosa, eyes or the wound surface.
- Onion - contraindicated to renal disease, liver, acute diseases of the stomach.
- Potatoes - raw potato juice is not recommended for people who are prone to sexual arousal.
- Radish - can damage the thyroid gland.
Can aggravate gastritis.
- Tomatoes - if they cooked and canned, they contribute to the formation and growth of stones in the kidneys and bladder.
Not recommended for those who suffer from gall bladder stone disease.
- Turnip - contraindicated to stomach and duodenal ulcer, acute gastroenteritis and colitis.