The Kalanchoe plant belongs to the Aloe family, a genus that is being used with effective results for the treatment of cancer.
Its leaves manage to stop the spread, proliferation and self renewal of cancer cells, thanks to its special organic compound. The leaves and stems of the Kalanchoes, are used in medicine. They are perennial shrubs, formed by more than a hundred species. Originally from Madagascar and some species from South and Southeast Africa, China, India and Brazil.
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It is a plant that has begun to populate the Galapagos Islands, which favors the degradation of the ecosystem of these islands. Its medicinal properties are well known in Latin America, Africa and Asia.
There are species of Kalanchoe that, when applied and affected areas of the body or also ingested, combat cell injuries and diseases, especially cancer and deep wounds that are difficult to heal.
Ingestion of its raw leaves, in fresh juice, infusion or salad, effectively combats cancer, abscesses and tumors, diarrhea, hypertension, psychological diseases such as fears, panic, schizophrenia, etc.
Benefits of the Kalanchoe plant:
It is healing, astringent, antihemorrhagic, potent anti-inflammatory, antihistamine, antidiabetic, diuretic, antibacterial, antiulcerous, digestive emollient, antiviral.
- Protects the liver.
- Relieves respiratory diseases.
- Reduces fever.
- Improves digestion.
- It is used for cough pictures.
- Reduces hypertension.
- Relieves pain in general.
- Improves infections.
- Beneficial for bronchitis.
- Fight herpes and viruses.
- Improves urethritis.
- Combats rheumatism.
- It is sedative and muscle relaxant.
- Relieves headache.
- It stimulates the functioning of the kidneys.
- Reduces colds and flu.
- Reduces uterine contractions.
You should not abuse your consumption more than 5 grams a day per kilogram of weight, as it is toxic. It should be avoided during pregnancy.
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