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This article is about the common houseleek, whose scientific name — Sempervivum tectorum — means always living, alluding to its ability to endure even the harshest conditions.
The ancient Greeks and Romans planted this, along with other plants, to protect themselves against caterpillars and other pests.
The houseleek can also help you treat ovarian cysts and uterine fibroids. Here is the recipe for this amazing remedy:
One pound (500 gr) of honey0.7 pounds (300 gr) common houseleek leaves
Chop the common houseleek leaves and add them to the honey. Let them soak for two to three days until they are well soaked.
Take the formula first thing in the morning, before eating, and wait two hours before having breakfast.
During winter, we accumulate larger quantities of dangerous toxins because of lowered activity.
This remedy will speed up your metabolism and remove any toxins from your system.
It is also useful when it comes to heart failure — Russian physicians recommend it — and, as mentioned above, for treating uterine fibroids and ovarian cysts.