In the South American folk tradition, where this plant is native, the Kalanchoe daigremontiana is used for the treatment of hypertension, diabetes and degenerative diseases.
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All the plants of Kalanchoe Daigremontiana are grown in my land in Fermo, in open countryside and in the open air. The cultivation is strictly biological, without the use of fertilizers, herbicides, or chemical pesticides of any kind.
The dried leaves of Kalanchoe daigremontiana should be used for the preparation of an infusion.
To prepare the infusion add a teaspoon of dried leaves of Kalanchoe to a cup of boiling water and let it rest for 10 minutes. Then filter and drink the still hot herbal tea.
Dosage: We recommend not to exceed 3 cups a day. This is at least the recommended dosage also by Josep Pàmies, a Spanish farmer who first launched the medicinal use of this plant in Europe.
Josep Pàmies also advises to consume the leaves of Kalanchoe, in the quantities indicated, every day, but to take a break every month for at least 2 weeks
The Kalanchoe daigremontiana (also known as Bryophyllum) is a plant of the Crassulaceae family native to the large island of Madagascar. Presents leaves succulent, fleshy, elongated and toothed at the edges. It has an upright stem and with the passage of time, it starts from the bottom. During the winter, if kept warm, the plant blooms with beautiful tubular flowers, from gray-pink to pink-purple.
In Latin America, where the cultivation and medical use of this plant is more widespread, it is also called by many other names, such as Arantes, Mother of Thousands, Spine's Backbone and Mexican Kalanchoe.
In Italy the Kalanchoe daigremontiana is considered only an ornamental plant, but in some tropical countries and recently also in Spain, thanks to the work of the botanist Josep Pàmies, this plant is used primarily as a medical remedy for the treatment of numerous diseases, such as burns, infections , ulcers, diarrhea, hypertension, diabetes and even cancer.
The leaves of Kalanchoe are not recommended during pregnancy, because the consumption of Kalanchoe leaves can stimulate uterine contractions and therefore promote abortion.
Prolonged consumption is not recommended. Generally it is advisable to consume the leaves every day, for a month in a row, and then take a break of 15 days.
All plants of the genus Kalanchoe contain bufadienolides, which are cardiac glycosides. For this reason, in patients suffering from heart disease, or who have suffered before, a medical consultation is strongly recommended before use.
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|Angelo Giusepppe M. on 09/16/2019||Dopo aver letto libro il libro di Josep Pàmies "Una dolce rivoluzione" è ormai entrata a far parte del mio quotidiano. Esperienze e fatti che hanno segnato la mia vita mi hanno fatto conoscere questa pianta che ha delle virtù benefiche per la salute. Consigliatissima e bravo Mauro che risulta il venditore più serio in materia sul web.|
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