Houseleek (Latin name: Sempervivum tectorum) can grow in the most difficult environments where many plants can not survive. Therefore, it is named Sempervivum – which means “always alive”. Therefore it can easily be grown in your home, no matter how much space you have for it. It does not require a large amount of land or water. It is a remarkable natural remedy with a similar medicinal powers as famous aloe vera – the best medicinal plant in the world.
The most popular natural remedy on the basis of this plant is known as “Houseleek and honey” for fibroids and cysts. It can be used to treat a variety of diseases and ailments, but usually recommended for fibroids and cysts. Thus, the houseleek and honey is a natural remedy which helped many women to avoid surgery. The recipe is very simple:
– 300 grams of fresh houseleek leaves
– 500 grams of high-quality honey
Houseleek leaves wash and grind in a blender or meat grinder. Houseleek mix with honey. At the end the total mixture becomes scarcer than honey and green. Pour the mixture into glass jars, close, wrap it with foil or dark paper in order to protect from light and let it sit in the refrigerator for 7 days.
This quantity of ingredients will fill a jar of 700 grams, and this will be enough for 20 days of treatment.
Houseleek and honey as a natural remedy must be taken three times a day – one teaspoon, according to the following schedule:
1. One teaspoon in the morning on an empty stomach and then half an hour do not eat or drink anything
2. One teaspoon between lunch and dinner (at least 2 hours after lunch, and at least half an hour before dinner)
3. One teaspoon before bedtime
Take care to use wooden or plastic teaspoon.
Houseleek and honey is really one of the most effective natural remedies for fibroids and cysts. If you are wondering how much time is needed for treatment, here is the answer. For smaller cysts treatment may take only 20 days. But for larger fibroids a few months. Anyway, worth a try.
Houseleek is quite safe for use and side effects are extremely rare.