Kalanchoe is not only a beautiful, but also a useful flower with medicinal properties. Means based on Kalanchoe help to get rid of many external and external diseases, and their preparation requires a minimum of time and effort.
Leave the flower without watering for 7-10 days, then cut the leaves from it, wash them and place in the refrigerator. After a week, take out the leaves, chop them. Put the resulting gruel into cheesecloth and squeeze out the juice.
Use juice to treat colds. For a runny nose, put 2-3 drops of juice into each nostril several times a day. For tonsillitis, gargle with juice mixed with water.
Kalanchoe juice has a wound healing and anti-inflammatory effect, promotes rapid cell regeneration, so use it to treat burns, wounds, ulcers, erosions, bedsores and skin rashes. Apply a gauze soaked in juice to the affected area for a few minutes. Repeat the procedure several times a day for 5-6 days.
For the treatment of external injuries, you can use a Kalanchoe-based ointment. To prepare it, mix 2 tablespoons. flower juice with 2 tbsp. ghee. Put the resulting mixture in a water bath for 20-30 minutes. Cool the ointment, place in a glass jar and store in the refrigerator.
Kalanchoe tincture is used to treat varicose veins. Mix a glass of crushed Kalanchoe leaves with 500 ml of vodka. Place the tincture in a dark place for 3-4 weeks. Remember to shake the container every day. The strained tincture can be stored in the refrigerator in a glass container.
Moisten cotton pads with the tincture and make them in circular motions over the skin of your feet. Start the massage from the feet, gradually rising higher. You need to do this procedure before bedtime. The pain and fatigue will go away immediately, and the veins will go away in two to three weeks.
Kalanchoe leaf will help get rid of corns. Cut it open and place the pulp down on the corn. Secure the sheet with a bandage or adhesive plaster and leave for 5-12 hours. In the same way, you can get rid of a wen or boil.