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What are the active elements that Hirudo Medicinalis extracts contain
Hirudo Medicinalis, contain a vast number of active enzymes which can act upon every system and sub-system connected with blood flow and microcirculation. Although their anticoagulant, other actions are also useful and effective :-

Anti-inflammatory
Anesthetic
Antiphologistic
Anti-infectious

The most powerful known anticoagulant is also the best known leech enzyme :

NITRIC OXIDE

Dilation of blood vessels necessary for a normal erection depends on a substance called nitric oxide. Enhances sexual performance for men and sexual health for women by maximizing blood flow to your sexual organs. Boosts your own nitric oxide levels, which maximizes blood flow to where you need it most.

HIRUDIN

Hirudin is an anticoagulant “blood thinner” peptide that occurs naturally is the salivary glands of the Medical.

HISTAMINE

Vasodilator. The leech vasodilator is a histamine-like substance and is found in the salivary cells. The release of histamines are a requirement for achieving orgasm. Histamine release during sexual activity is what causes the “sex flush” and may help improve sexual functioning by helping with the lengthening of orgasms and also more intense sexual enjoyment and pleasure.

PHEROMONE

Pheromone is a natural sexual attractant the body produces to subconsciously attract the opposite sex. This pheromone natural attractant can also contribute to intense love making during sexual foreplay and sexual intercourse . Chemicals in men’s bodies can cause their female sex partners to be more fertile, have more regular menstrual cycles and milder menopause.

MEDICANAL LEECH (HIRUDO MEDICANALIS)

Importance for Humans

The medicinal leech, has historically been used for medicinal purposes, mainly to remove “bad blood” from the diseased. This species is used to relieve pressure and restore circulation in tissue grafts where blood accumulation is likely such as severed fingers and ears. In addition, leech saliva is found to contain powerful antibiotics and anaesthetics which no doubt will prove useful in future medicinal practice (Sawyer, 1986).

A wide therapeutically effect of leeching is due to a presence of biologically active substances in their salivary glands. The most known of them is Hirudin. Hirudin has the following actions: anticoagulative, antithrombotic, thrombolytic, anti-ischemic, hypotensive, immunostimulative, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, analgetic, and anti-atherosclerotic. Biologically active substances from leech salivary glands are employed as a raw material for production of drugs and cosmetics.

ALUERITES MOLUCCANA

Bark used on tumors in Japan . The oil is purgative and sometimes used like castor oil. Kernels are laxative stimulant, and sudorific. The irritant oil is rubbed on scalp as a hair stimulant. In Sumatra , pounded seeds, burned with charcoal, are applied around the navel forcositiveness. In Malaya , the pulped kernel enters poultices for headache, fevers, ulcers, and swollen joints. In Java, the bark is used for bloody diarrhea or dysentery. Bark juice with coconut milk is used for sprue. Malayans apply boiled leaves to the temples for headache and to the pubes for gonorrhea

PIPER NIGRUM

It acts as an astringent, lightner and toner and is increasingly being used in the Skin and Body care business

Medicinal Uses :Action

anthelmintic, antipyretic, antiperiodic, carminative, expectorant, stimulant

Externally- resolvent, rubefacient, stimulant

COCOS NUCIFERA

According to Hartwell (1967-1971) coconuts are used in folk remedies for tumors. Reported to be anthelmintic, antidotal, antiseptic, aperients, aphrodisiac, astringent, bactericidal, depurative, diuretic, hemostat, pediculicide, purgative, refrigerant, stomachic, styptic, suppurative, and vermifuge, coconut, somewhere or other, is a folk remedy for abscesses, alopecia, amenorrhea, asthma, blenorrhagia, bronchitis, bruises, burns, cachexia, calculus, colds, constipation, cough, debility, dropsy, dysentery, dysmenorrhea, earache, erysipelas, fever, flu, gingivitis, gonorrhea, hematemesis, hemoptysis, jaundice, menorrhagia, nausea, phthisis, pregnancy, rash, scabies, scurvy, sore throat, stomach, swelling, syphilis, toothache, tuberculosis, tumors, typhoid, venereal diseases, and wounds (Duke and Wain, 1981).

OIL PALM

Prevents blood clotting: Blood clotting can be induced by injury to the blood vessel wall and the alteration in the aggregating properties of blood platelets. A human study in 1997 showed that tocotrienols (from palm oil) supplementation can reduce restenosis of patients with carotid atherosclerosis. It was also reported that the vitamin E in palm oil inhibits human platelets from ‘sticking’ to each other. Other supporting evidence showed that a palm oil diet either increases the production of a hormone that prevents blood-clotting (prostacyclin) or decreases the formation of a blood-clotting hormone called thromboxane.

ZINGIBERIS OFFICINALE

Ginger is used medically to help expel gas from the intestines and treat nausea from morning sickness, upset stomach, seasickness, and motion sickness. It is also used to help reduce fevers and lessen the symptoms of colds. In India the fresh and dried roots were considered distinct medicinal products. Fresh ginger has been used for cold-induced disease, nausea, asthma, cough, colic, heart palpitation, swellings, dyspepsia, loss of appetite, and rheumatism.

Ginger extracts have been extensively studied for a broad range of biological activities including antibacterial, anticonvulsant, analgesic, antiulcer, gastric antisecretory, antitumor, antifungal, antispasmodic, antiallergenic, and other activities. Gingerols have been shown to be inhibitors of prostaglandin biosynthesis. Danish researchers at Odense University have studied the anticoagulant properties of ginger and found that it was a more potent blood & emdash;clotting agent than garlic or onion

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Hari ini aku tak dapat menunaikan janji aku untuk mengemaskini perkembangan pembinaan kolam ternakan lintah. Waktu yang terlalu padat tidak membenarkan aku untuk melihat perkembangan kerja pembinaan kolam. Aku berada di Hotel Seri Malaysia di Alor Setar bagi mengikuti SeminarPembangunan Usahawan Bumiputera ICT & E-Dagang Negeri Kedah.

Seminar sehari ini dianjurkan oleh Unit Pembangunan Usahawan dari Perbadanan Kemajuan Negeri Kedah (PKNK) dengan kerjasama Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC).

Insyaallah aku akan lapurkan perkembangan terkini status pembinaan kolam pada esok hari. Baiklah untuk tidak menghampakan para pengunjung aku ingin berkongsi sedikit maklumat berkenaan lintah dan penggunaannya. Semoga ianya dapat memberikan gambaran yang lebih luas kepada para pengunjung blog saya.

Lemak Lintah or Leech Fats contains enzymes of Hirudo Medicinalis (Medicinal leeches). Modern medicine uses Hirudo Medicinalis (Medicinal leeches) to treat blood clotting for skin grafts. Another lesser known of the leech is the strengthening and enlargement of the male organ. The original formula was developed by the Javanese community.

For hundred of years the native man of Malaya/Java – the elite and adepts who usually keep 4 wives – have been using a special ointment to care for their penis and maintain its virility.

This traditional method and remedy have a striking similarity with the practice of desert Arab men known for their sexual prowess as explained in Sir R F Burton’s translation of Sheikh Umar el-Nefzawi book entitled “Rawd at-Tirr” or in English, The Perfumed Garden. In chapter 17 of this classical Tunisian-Arab sex-journal of the 16th century, it expounded on how the penis can be made bigger and stronger with this massage oil:

[ What is Hirudin? ]

Hirudin is a enzyme derived from the medicinal leech Hirudo Medicinalis, once used by doctors for bloodletting. Hirudin is often used following microsurgery (e.g. the replacement of a severed finger) to restore blocked or collapsed blood vessels and encourage the growth of new capillaries. The anticoagulants in the saliva of this and other species are now being investigated for the treatment and prevention of thrombosis.

This preparation is suitable for those who:

1. have problems in maintain and prolonging an erection.
2. want to increase/enhance their manhood.
3. want to avoid early release
4. want to strengthen the walls and the chambers weak urinary tract
5. develop and correct misplaced veins and poor blood flow

This oil is formulated using botanicals, herbs and oils that are well known for their special properties. The oil is further enhanced with Hirudo Medicinalis. The anticoagulant effect of Hirudin, along with the natural herbs and oils, encourages the natural process of regeneration of blood vessels along the length of the penis. If there are any obstructions in the blood vessels, the natural effect of the oil will clear them.

In cross section, the penis is divided into 3 compartments. Most of the penis is filled by 2 identical zones that are the ramrod- like corpora carvernosa (CC) that become erect when blood is trapped in thousands of sponge like spaces. The long thin compartment that runs along the underside of the penis in the middle is the corpus spongiosum (CS) that is the nerve center. When you start to get an erection, blood flows into these compartments causing the penis to enlarge. This happens because of physical or psychological stimulation. As blood enters these compartments, there is a temporary reduction in the rate and volume of blood leaving the penis.

This special oil is applied along the entire length of the penis. The massaging of the oil will improve blood flow into the corpora carvernosa (CC) resulting in more blood being trapped in its sponge like spaces. Male vigor and stamina is returned to the user as the natural process of regeneration of blood vessels allows for a better blood flow into these compartments, hence an enhanced erection. Most importantly, this oil is also used for esoteric massage to delay aging and to enhance mental faculty. Herein lies the key to an extraordinary control of ejaculation. When the veins are engorged with blood and energy, the physical exercises (included) trains the control of all major muscles along the penis. With regular use of the oil and the accompanying exercises, the user can learn to control these muscles to ejaculate at will. Thus, the can control if he wants an ejaculation, thus wasting precious energy, or to withhold the ejaculation and prolong the sexual encounter. The man with supreme control of these penile muscles can also experience multiple orgasm by with-holding ejaculation at the precise moment just before ejaculation. Through such controls, which becomes at will with practice, a man can have multiple orgasms as well as satisfy his female counterpart.

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Apa Yang Anda Tahu Mengenai Lintah

Lintah merupakan sejenis spesis hidupan air yang sudah lama dikenali dan dipergunakan oleh orang Melayu Nusantara sebagai ramuan perubatan khususnya untuk meningkatkan daya seks lelaki. Menurut Dr. Mahelly seorang pakar perubatan antarabangsa menyatakan bahawa lintah amat berguna untuk perjalanan darah beku bagi tujuan pembedahan.

Beliau juga menjelaskan bahawa lintah boleh dibiarkan untuk menghisap darah di mana-mana bahagian tubuh kita bagi tujuan membuang darah kotor dari tubuh manusia.

Diseluruh dunia terdapat 500 spesis lintah dengan berbagai jenis dan habitatnya. Lintah atau nama saintifiknya hirudinea (hirudo medicalis) merupakan haiwan yang tidak bertulang. Lintah adalah haiwan dalam kumpulan cacing. Lintah mempunyai badan yang bersegmen atau bergelang dan leper yang memudahkan ia bergerak

dengan bebas untuk mencari mangsa.

Lintah Malaysia bukannya spesis Hirudo medicinalis tetapi Hirudinaria manillensis (kedua-duanya dari kumpulan Hirudin). Tapi keduanya untuk “medicinal purpose” juga. Bezanya Hirudo medicinalis ni terdapat di Eropah, saiz kecil dan semakin pupus. Hirudinaria manillensis ni atau Buffalo leech (Lintah Kerbau) yang jenis suka melekat pada kerbau.

Lintah merupakan haiwan penghisap darah yang mempunyai mulut dan rahang bergigi pada kedua-dua hujung badannya. Pada kebiasaannya lintah akan menghisap darah dengan melekap pada mangsa dan mengeluarkan bahan anti pembekuan darah bagi memudahkannya menghisap darah.

Lintah merupakan haiwan hermapordit iaitu haiwan yang mempunyai jantina jantan dan betina dalam satu badan. Walaubagaimana pun lintah juga perlu mengawan untuk membiak dengan kedua-duanya mendermakan sperma ke badan pasangan dan terjadi la ‘cocon’ atau telur yang akan dilekatkan dibawah batu atau daun. ‘Cocon’ atau telur ini akan menetaskan anak lintah yang baru.

LINTAH kini mengikut jejak lebah dan gamat yang mempunyai nilai komersial untuk dijadikan pelbagai produk berkaitan kesihatan dan bahan dalam kosmetik.

Lintah kini diternak secara komersial selepas menyedari potensi besar lintah, terutama dalam industri kosmetik di luar negara. Namun masyarakat masih memandang negatif sedangkan haiwan itu mempunyai nilai komersial dan amat berpotensi.

Permintaan tinggi terhadap lintah di Amerika Syarikat dan Eropah menyebabkan perlu ada kaedah penghasilan lintah yang sistematik. Dua kaedah boleh digunakan, pembiakan secara semula jadi dalam kolam tanah dan bekas akuarium, tetapi paling berkesan adalah kolam tanah.

Keluasan kolam kebiasaannya 10k x 5k x 3k [(300 ekor induk) 2 ekor belut seminggu], manakala kedalaman 0.4 meter (1.5 kaki). Lintah juga boleh diternak dalam bekas plastik, tetapi tidak menyamai habitat semula jadi dan dibimbangi boleh menjejaskan kualiti haiwan itu.

Tempoh matang sebelum diambil dari kolam adalah antara empat hingga enam bulan. Sepanjang tempoh itu, lintah diberi makan dua kali seminggu.

Kira-kira 80 peratus lintah dieksport dalam bentuk ekstrak cecair untuk kegunaan industri kosmetik. Ini termasuk losyen untuk mengatasi masalah lebam mata dan jerawat. Bagaimanapun, ekstrak lintah untuk kegunaan perubatan memerlukan kualiti lebih tinggi dan mendapat pengiktirafan pihak berkuasa kesihatan antarabangsa.

Pensyarah Institut Akuakultur Tropika, Universiti Malaysia Terengganu, Dr Zaleha Kassim, berkata penggunaan lintah dalam perubatan bukan perkara baru kerana antara 1830-1850, haiwan ini digunakan dengan meluas. Antara kelebihan lintah ialah mempunyai hirudin, iaitu bahan antipembeku yang kini dimajukan sebagai bahan anti pembekuan sistemik.

“Kajian Profesor K Diakonov pada 1809 mendapati darah manusia yang dihisap dan berada dalam perut lintah tidak membeku, manakala keadaan sel darah merah adalah baik. Penyelidikan Highcraft pada 1884 mendapati ekstrak lintah menghalang darah dalam tabung uji membeku dan ini memulakan penemuan hirudin,” katanya.

Katanya, lintah kini banyak digunakan dalam pembedahan plastik, manakala mengikut laporan, antara kegunaan lintah termasuk merawat mata dan telinga tengah yang bengkak.

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