Houseleek Health Benefits: Advice and Uses

 Houseleek Health Benefits: Advice and Uses

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Houseleek Health Benefits: Houseleek is known as a remedy for ear pain (otitis), but its use may be very wide. Freshly squeezed houseleek juice helps treat stomach ulcers, soothes inflammation of the mucosa, strengthens the body, helps in the treatment of headaches, asthma, and gout helps regulate blood pressure and helps the heart and bloodstream.

They are also used at high temperatures and bleeding from the nose. Fresh leaves of this plant are used for the treatment of burns, herpes, cracked skin (skin disease), ulcers, haemorrhoids, and anti-inflammatory and cleaning of intestinal parasites. In phytotherapy houseleek tea is used for lowering blood sugar. Consumption of houseleek strengthens the immune system and therefore helps prevent cancer.

Note: There are no known side effects of using this herb.

Houseleek Health Benefits

Even though there are no know side effects of using houseleek. It is advised to take this herb as described below.

1. Ear Pain and Buzz in the Ears

Take a few fresh houseleek leaves and squeezed them, and put juice in your ear. The procedure can be repeated several times a day until ear pain or buzzing disappear.

2. Helicobacter Pylori

3 pcs houseleek leaves chewed every day in the morning, with an interval of 2 to 5 months.

3. Haemorrhoids

Grind a houseleek clove and mix with a little olive oil. Placed on the gauze and then put on the sore spot. The remedy can stay for a long time if it needs to be renewed. The effect is greater if at the same time chewed houseleek leaves.

Houseleek Tea Treatment

Tea made of houseleek can help in the cure of the below diseases.

  1. Chronic airway inflammation,
  2. Inflammation of the lining of the stomach, and
  3. Internal haemorrhoids

How to make houseleek tea

8-10 large fresh houseleek leaves poured with 17 fl oz (500 ml) of cold water. Let stand for 8-10 hours in a covered container. Drink a whole amount of tea during the day.

Also Read: Natural Herbal Remedies – Benefits and Uses

Manish Singh

Manish Singh is a digital marketer by profession and have worked in health industry for more than 5 years. He is also a writer and editor in various content types and topics. Manish is also a certified naturopathist, a yoga and meditation practitioner since a long time.

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