Nettle (Urtica dioica L.) is a perennial herbaceous dioecious plant from the nettle family, 70-150 cm high, with a strong long branched rhizome, an erect stem branching at the top and long stinging hairs over the entire surface. Nettle is also known as stinging, stinging, strekanka, sporekusha, windmill, kirtken and costarka.
There is no doubt that Ancient Greece is an important part of the history of human civilization, which has provided a lot for future generations. After all, it was there and then that the foundations of modern knowledge about mathematics, politics, culture, medicine, philosophy were laid. Ancient Greece itself left us many myths about gods and heroes.
Anorexia is a complete or partial refusal to eat. Most people have learned about the disease due to the wave of deaths of fashion models who deliberately refused food in order to look thin. It turns out that anorexia is not that rare. At the same time, anorexia nervosa is distinguished, in which the eating disorder is associated with the desire of the person himself to lose weight, as well as mental anorexia, which is associated with refusal to eat under the influence of depression, stress, ideas about poisoning.
Alexey Andreevich Arakcheev was born in 1769 in the family of a small-country nobleman; was enrolled in the cadet corps as a cadet. After graduating from this institution, he was assigned to him as a teacher, then sent to an artillery regiment. In Gatchina, the future emperor Paul I noted his zeal, from that moment Arakcheev's career went uphill.
Shark is a large marine fish with a cartilaginous skeleton. They have a row of gill slits on the sides of their heads, and their main weapon is sharp teeth. The body of sharks is elongated, and the tail is unequal. There are about 370 shark species. The smallest, carnivorous dwarf shark is only 15 centimeters long, while the plankton-feeding whale shark is 13 meters long.
Ayurveda is the traditional system of Indian medicine, a form of alternative medicine. This system is based on local philosophy, literally its name is translated as "knowledge of life", "science of life". The first medical works in India appeared more than three thousand years ago. The Vedas tell about the emergence of Ayurveda.