It’s the same in your house, isn’t it?
The potted plant “fat woman”, popularly known more as a money tree, adorns the windowsills of many of us. Some believe that this flower brings wealth and abundance to the family, there are those who use it as a remedy. In general, this plant is quite beautiful and therefore many people plant it purely for aesthetics.
Today we invite you to understand all the charms and disadvantages of this delightful Money Tree.
The fat woman has many varieties. However, the most common as a houseplant is the tree-like crassula, or “money tree”. Sometimes this plant is also called crassula, zhyryanka.
ATTENTION! The fat woman contains a high concentration of arsenic, so it is not recommended to abuse the internal intake of medicinal preparations based on this plant. In case of overdose, vomiting, diarrhea, impaired consciousness are observed.
– Herpes on the lips. Squeeze juice from several leaves. Lubricate the affected area every 30 minutes. You can do it differently – soak a cotton pad with juice, put it on the affected area and fix it with a patch.
– Angina, tonsillitis. Squeeze juice from 10 leaves, mix with 200 ml of water. Gargle 3-5 times a day.
– Peptic ulcer of the stomach and duodenum. In the morning, 1 hour before a meal, eat 2 leaves of a fat woman, chewing thoroughly.
– Pyelonephritis, cystitis. Grind 5 leaves of a fat woman, pour 200 ml of hot water, leave for 1 hour, strain. Take 1 tbsp. spoon for 15 minutes. before meals 3 times a day.
– Arthritis, arthrosis. Squeeze juice from 10-15 leaves, lubricate the affected joints before going to bed.
– Haemorrhoids. Attach a cut sheet, helps immediately.
– Burns, bruises, sprains, wounds, cuts, abscesses. Apply the gruel from the leaves to the damaged area, secure with a bandage. Change the bandage as it dries (2-3 hours).
According to some reports, a fat woman cleans the air of harmful microbes and bacteria, and according to some beliefs, it will attract wealth and good luck to the house!
This is such an interesting tree! Do you have any recipes with this houseplant? Share, let friends and family know what they grow at home!