Spread the word

Houseleek is a perennial herb. It has thick juicy leaves arranged in a rosette. It is watered seldom like a cactus. If houseleek is planted somewhere in the garden it doesn’t need watering. It blooms from July to October, and this is the period during which you can collect its leaves for teas and other preparations.

The Latin name for houseleek is Semprevivum tectorum which means “the ever-living” suggesting that this plant is indestructible no matter what the conditions that surround it are. It is believed that where it grows and multiplies the houseleek transfers its irrepressible energy to that house.

 Freshly squeezed houseleek juice

This juice cures burns, insect bites, corn and warts, skin freckles and sun spots, herpes and chapped skin. The juice also helps with sore gums, sore ear and sore throat.

Houseleek tea increases the secretion of urine, helps with heavy and painful menstrual periods and with dysentery.

Houseleek tea

2 tablespoon crushed dry leaves of houseleek and 1 cup of boiling water.

Preparation:

Pour the boiling water over the leaves and leave it for 2 hours, then your tea is ready for drink.

Honey and houseleek as natural remedy

Natural medicine houseleek and honey has proven to be very effective in the treatment of a large number of health problems.  Houseleek and honey are used to boost immunity to diseases of the stomach, for cysts Myoma and Ovarian Cysts and fibroids, to improve digestion, solve problems with constipation and others. In the text, read how to make this natural and effective remedy.

houseleek

Ingredients:

  • 300g fresh juicy leaves houseleek
  • 500g of organic bee honey

Blend leaves houseleek and mix with honey. The resulting mixture pour into a jar that you wrap the foil, cover and place to stand in the fridge. Consume in the morning half an hour before a meal, one teaspoon. After half an hour of consuming this medicine, do not even anything to drink. This natural cure is also ideal for the purification of the body.  Detoxification of harmful substances deposited that may be the reason for the occurrence of many diseases.

Houseleek cream

  • 1 handful of finely chopped leaves houseleek
  •  7 oz of fat

Preparation:

Mix all the ingredients in one cup. Put it on the stove, at low temperature so that the fat melts (no cooking!). Leave it to cool down for 12 hours. After that, gently heat the mixture once again to become liquid, drain and collect into a jar and store in the refrigerator.

Houseleek cream can help you in healing wounds that are caused by impact and crushing, festering wound that will not heal for a long time, swellings, sunspots and skin freckles, insect bites and fistulas.

Note:

As is the case with all the preparations that are used for medical purposes, herbal cures also should be used very carefully, with expert advice.

Source: www.healthyfoodmind.com

http://positiveandhealthymindsd.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/houseleek.jpghttp://positiveandhealthymindsd.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/houseleek-150x150.jpgSDNATURAL REMEDIESHoney,Houseleek,Houseleek cream,Houseleek tea,Myoma,Ovarian Cysts
Houseleek is a perennial herb. It has thick juicy leaves arranged in a rosette. It is watered seldom like a cactus. If houseleek is planted somewhere in the garden it doesn’t need watering. It blooms from July to October, and this is the period during which you can collect...