Published: Sat, April 15, 2017
World | By Tasha Manning



There are many types of kalanchoes but we will name the main ones:

Kalanchoe pinnata (Bryophyllum pinnatum)

Also called "Goethe Plant" since it was studied by The German poet and botanist.

Let us now see the kalanchoe daigremontiana (Bryophyllum daigremontianum)

Present numerous young plants or new plants at the edges of the leaves. The leaves have elongated spots on the bottom. It receives the names of: Mother of thousands, Kalanchoe Mexican or Arantes.

Finally there is the Gastonis-Bonnier kalanchoe (Bryophyllum Gastonis-Bonnier)

This plant has the largest leaves The previous species. It receives the names of: Ojaransín, Hojerilla, Ear of Donkey.
These kalanchoes act of global form within the body and therefore its spectrum of action is ample. In traditional medicine, especially in Latin America, Asia and Africa, they are used to treat the following illnesses and diseases: injuries and diseases related to cellular damage, such as cancer; Deep and gangrenous wounds; Infections and burns; Tumors, abscesses and rheumatism; Inflammations; hypertension; kidney stones; Diarrhea; Psychic illnesses such as schizophrenia, panic attacks and fears. But his action can extend beyond the points mentioned, as healing of cellular damage occurs in many organs of the body.

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Josep Pàmies, the peasant who inspired the "sweet revolution", brings surprising testimonies:

It should be noted that this variety, unbeknownst to people, is present in many balconies, terraces and gardens of our villages, because it had to arrive as a decorative plant and, as it produces many small shoots, has spread all over. Its fleshy, long leaves, decorated with darker motifs and "tabby" on the underside, have edges overflowing with flowers (they are the little hijuelos) that, when they fall to the ground, they light up. But if you want to see them tall and lofty they should not receive much sun, they grow more in the shade. Like the other varieties, they are sensitive to cold and can not withstand frost.

Pàmies continues by saying in an article on his blog:

In traditional medicine, especially in Latin America, Asia and Africa uses fresh juice in internal use (ingestion) against diarrhea and all kinds of fevers. Also for the cure of cancer in general, one of its active principles, bufadienólidos have antitumor action, eliminating cancer cells and tumors. In external form, in ointment, the plant is anti-inflammatory, antihemorrhagic, astringent and cicatrizante. Using leaf juice with vegetable oil or petroleum jelly, against swelling, psoriasis, acne, tumors, abscesses, burns and wounds difficult to treat. The ointment stops bleeding, is anti-inflammatory, astringent and healing. The juice of this plant is also used as eye drops. It is a broad-spectrum plant, which means it can heal cellular damage of many organs: example: diabetes, conditions to the lungs, kidneys, urogenital system disorders, digestive system disorders, skin conditions, sexual organ problems , Diseases of women (breasts, uterus, fertility, etc.) and circulatory problems among others.

The part used is mainly leaves, which have an acidic taste. Internally: raw leaves in salad or fresh juice (add water to give more volume) or leaves infused. Dosage for internal use: depends on the size of the leaves, from a leaf (if large) to 3-4 small leaves per day, which in weight could be 50 to 100 grams per day of fresh plant.

Contraindications: Do not take them during pregnancy as they can stimulate the uterus.

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