Common houseleek among people is primarily known as an ear cure, but its use is far greater. Freshly squeezed houseleek juice helps cure stomach ulcers, soothes inflammatory mucosal processes, strengthens the body, and helps cure headaches.

It is also used for high fever, nose bleeds. If the juice is mixed with honey, it can affect the sores in the oral cavity and warts. Fresh leaves of this herb are used for the treatment of burns, herpes, cracked skin, ulcers, hemorrhoids, anti-inflammatory and to cleanse the intestinal parasites. In phytotherapy, houseleek tea is used to lower blood sugar levels. Consuming houseleek strengthens the immune system and therefore helps prevent cancer. No side effects of using this herb have been known so far.

Common houseleek tea against chronic airway inflammation, gastric mucosa inflammation, and internal hemorrhoids

Put 8-10 larger leaves fresh houseleek in 500 ml cold water. Allow to stand for 8-10 hours in a covered bowl. After 10 hours you can strain it. Consume this tea throughout the day.

Against Helicobacter

Chew 3 houseleek petals every morning in a time interval of 3 to 6 months.

Honey with houseleek to boost immunity, promote fertility and against all kinds of bacteria, especially Escherichia coli

Finely chop and blend 25 petals of houseleek and place in a jar with 1 kg of honey. In the jar add juice from 1 lemon, 10 cloves, 1 teaspoon cinnamon, half teaspoon turmeric and slightly ground nutmeg. Mix with a wooden spoon and then close the jar well and allow to stand for 24 hours at room temperature. From this honey, adults should take 1 tablespoon 3 times a day, and children 1 teaspoon 2 times a day.

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