TESTICULAR HYDROCLE: PUMPKIN JUICE AND NATURAL REMEDY

stephany By On 25/03/2020 at 15:51 0

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HYDROCÈLE TESTICULAIRE: JUS DE CITROUILLE ET REMÈDE NATUREL

Hydroceles occur when fluid fills a sac in the scrotum of the penis (in the "inguinal canal"). About 10 in 100 male infants have a hydrocele at birth. Hydroceles can also develop with swelling or injury to the scrotum.

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CAUSE OF TESTICULAR HYDROCELE

• testicular injury;

• benign and malignant tumors, appendages, testes or membranes;

• gonorrhea;

•        tuberculosis

• inflammatory processes in the body.

• The cause of the disease can be quite extensive heart failure, filariasis. In addition, dropsy of the testicles may appear from a hernia, which has been surgically removed.

 

SYMPTOM

 The main signs of dropsy of the testicle:

• feeling of heaviness;

• change of form;

• a slight but constant increase in body temperature;

• in rare cases - erectile dysfunction, discomfort during intercourse;

• the formation has an elongated shape, slightly pointed in one place.

 

Pumpkin is a plant with creeping stems, the fruits are usually orange, but there are other skin colors. The benefits of pumpkin for men and women are undeniable, and children love this vegetable for its sweet taste.

 

Pumpkin story

 

 

Sources say that 5.5 to 8,000 years ago, it was growing. Pumpkin was imported from South America to Europe and quickly took an important place in cooking and even medicine. In the modern world, for us, it is quite simply a delicious and beautiful vegetable, but the initial attitude towards the pumpkin was somewhat different: it was considered as the raw material for the manufacture of therapeutic agents. On this basis, ointments were prepared and used in folk medicine as a remedy for helminths, and Avicena recommended for a laxative effect. We will find out why this healing vegetable is so useful.

 

Pumpkin property

Pumpkin is rich in minerals such as fluorine, magnesium, copper, calcium, zinc, manganese, phosphorus, iodine. In addition, the pumpkin can be stored at room temperature and does not lose useful properties.

A pumpkin contains 1 gram of protein per 100 grams of pumpkin, so the amount of protein it contains is greater than that of quail eggs. Pumpkin contains 5 times more carotene than carrots. Carotene in the body turns into Vitamin A, which acts as an antioxidant. Carotene is good for eye health and as a way to heal wounds, burns and ulcers.

 

Good pumpkin

Pumpkin is a storehouse of vitamins, and much of it is found not only in the pulp, but also in the seeds and flowers. The pumpkin has 4 to 5 times more carotenes than carrots. Carotenes in the body turn into vitamin A, which is particularly beneficial for vision, and is also a powerful antioxidant. Pumpkin contains vitamins C, E, K and almost all group B vitamins.

The seeds contain many trace elements and the pumpkin seeds are among the three leaders in terms of zinc content.

Due to its low calorie content, pumpkin is considered an ideal diet product because it has no starch, cholesterol and trans fat, it does not have a lot of sugar, but it is a lot fiber useful for digestion. The calorie content of 100 g of pulp is only 22 kcal. 

Harm pumpkin

Even a useful product can be harmful, so you should consider possible contraindications. Who should be wary of introducing pumpkin into the diet, said Alexander Voinov, dietary and wellness consultant at the WeGym health club network: "The use of raw pumpkin is contraindicated in people with inflammatory diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, as well as those who have stones in the gallbladder and kidneys, because pumpkin has a choleretic effect and can cause movement of stones. Raw vegetables are more difficult to digest, so it is best not to give unprocessed pumpkin to young children and the elderly. Diabetics should also not get involved in pumpkin, as this can lead to an increase in blood sugar.

 

Sometimes frequent consumption of this vegetable can cause bloating and loose stools, so you need to reduce the portion size and frequency of use. Excessive nutrition of the pumpkin can lead to false carotenic jaundice; the carotene in the vegetable causes yellowing of the skin. Sometimes individual intolerances and allergies are noted, in which case it is better to refuse the product. It is worth restricting the use of pumpkin seeds to those on a diet - remember their high calorie content: 100 g contains 559 kcal. "

 

The use of pumpkin in medicine

Pumpkin is often used in dietetics - there are completely pumpkin-based diets. This low-calorie vegetable reduces appetite due to the large amount of fiber and dietary fiber and normalizes metabolism. However, you must carefully lose weight with a pumpkin, says expert Alexander Voinov: "Obesity is a serious disease. Self-medication often leads to poor results. Contact specialists to discover all the nuances and choose a method for losing weight. Pumpkin, because of its beneficial properties, is often found in various diets, but only as part of a possible complete diet that will allow weight loss without depriving the body of all the elements it needs. It is recommended to consume the pumpkin in the morning and preferably raw. "

 

Pumpkin has a positive effect on the state of the male reproductive system. The pulp of a vegetable has a high concentration of vitamin E - tocopherol, which, from the Greek, translates as "offspring". The seeds contain a lot of zinc: 30 g represents up to 70% of the daily needs. In addition, pumpkin seeds hold records among products containing L-arginine. Together, they have a noticeable effect on the whole body: they participate in the synthesis of testosterone, normalize the function of the prostate, improve the state of the cardiovascular system and affect erectile function.

 

In a thin film - the shell of the pumpkin seed contains the amino acid cucurbitine, which has anthelmintic properties, which was used in folk medicine. Due to rare side effects, a decoction of raw seeds has been given to children and pregnant women.

The effect of even pumpkin seeds on cancer has been proven: a high concentration of zinc helps prevent the development of esophageal cancer. Zinc negatively affects cancer cells, while not damaging the cells of the body, established by American scientists. Scientists explain this by the connection of zinc and calcium. Zinc "responds" to calcium signals sent by cancer cells. Pumpkin pulp can also help fight cancer. The provitamin A it contains helps prevent lung cancer. Scientists have experimentally discovered that the effect of the nicotine derivative of the carcinogen in cigarettes is neutralized by small doses of provitamin A.

 

Porridge seed masks, as well as pulp juice compresses, are used in cosmetology to moisturize and lighten the skin, reduce inflammation. The oil extract accelerates the healing of epidermal lesions.

 

Pumpkin has a laxative, anti-inflammatory and choleretic effect, so a small amount is useful for people with congestion and constipation.

 

The high potassium content of the pulp reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease and strengthens the walls of blood vessels, which is extremely useful for people with atherosclerosis and high blood pressure. 

The use of pumpkin in the kitchen

 

Pumpkin recipes exist in almost every kitchen in the world. From this vegetable you can make soups, desserts, mashed potatoes for baby food, cereals and pastries with other ingredients - the fantasy is limitless. In Italy, even the fried flowers in the dough are used as food. Raw pumpkin is added to salads.

The pumpkin is remarkable in that it retains a considerable amount of nutrients even after heat treatment.

 

Pumpkin casserole

One of the healthiest dishes. Perfect for breakfast or dinner thanks to the lightness and satiety due to the fibers. Add your favorite foods - apples, nuts or dried apricots.

• Pumpkin - 0.3 kg

• Milk - 0.5 cup

• Round rice - 0.5 cup

• Eggs - 3 pieces

• Butter - 2 tablespoons. spoons

• Sugar - 3 tablespoons. spoons (to taste)

• Salt, cinnamon, raisins - to taste

 

Boil the rice in water, finely grate the raw pumpkin. Beat the eggs with the sugar, salt and spices. Mix all the ingredients, pour the milk. Grease the form with butter, sprinkle with breadcrumbs and put the casserole dish. Bake at 180 degrees or in a slow cooker (in "cooking" mode) 35 - 50 minutes depending on the thickness. Let cool and serve with sour cream or honey.

 

 

Pumpkin juice and testicular hydrocele

 

How to prepare a pumpkin for juice

• Choose a small / medium pumpkin, the kind you can make a pie with. Heavy pumpkins for their size and smooth skin are the best.

• Wash the pumpkin thoroughly and remove the stem.

• Cut the pumpkin in half. It can be very difficult

• Remove the seeds and the stringy pulp.

• Peel the pumpkin and cut it into small pieces that can pass through your juicer.

Freshly squeezed pumpkin juice will help cope with this unpleasant male disease. With edema in the scrotal area, you should drink half a glass of pumpkin juice a day. The pumpkin perfectly removes excess water from the body and, with its regular use, dropsy will gradually pass. In addition, with hydrocele, it will be useful for men to include in their diet various dishes of this healthy vegetable.

 

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