Later, the help of the patients facilitated the suffering of their patients by the great doctors Hippocrates, Galen and Avicena. In medieval Europe, leeches were considered approved and officially piped by many diseases.
In 1665, even a scientific treatise was published, entitled: “Adding the bullets to the inner parts of the uterus”. Apparently, since then, leeches have been widely used in gynecology.

Hirudotherapy was particularly widely used in the 18th century. late 19th and early 19th century in the middle. By the way, the doctors were so fascinated by the healing qualities of leeches that overwhelmed them: they put them out of all illnesses and stood at 200 units in one session. The uncontrolled use of leeches has gradually discredited the very idea of ​​hirudotherapy and the 20th century. Early in the year, many doctors refused this treatment. There is a new wave of interest in the world today. And it is not a tribute to fashion, but a sign of intelligent, caring human behavior with your body and well-being. Hirudotherapy:

  • blood-restoring;
  • reflexogenic;
  • blood extraction;
  • pre-cellular;
  • anticoagulant (inhibiting clotting);
  • protective antithrombotic;
  • thrombolytic (thrombus dissolution);
  • microcirculation restoration;
  • anti-chemical;
  • antihypertensive;
  • normalizing arterial pressure;
  • immunostimulatory;
  • bacteriostatic;
  • anti-inflammatory;
  • local swelling;
  • anesthetic;
  • antisclerotic;
  • elimination of cross-system interactions;
  • neurostimulatory;
  • regenerative;
  • energy therapy;
  • restoration of endoecological balance;

Leech has a positive effect on the whole body (sleep, appetite improves, mood improves, metabolism normalizes, immunity increases).