Want to learn how to use celandine for polyps? Keep reading and discover the best natural remedies for polyps with celandine.
Celandine (Chelidonium majus) is one of the most powerful medicinal plants for polyps anyone can use at home. For the best results, the herbal preparations with celandine must come into direct contact with the polyps. This is why nose polyps, cervical polyps, stomach and colon polyps are most easy to treat with celandine remedies. However, celandine can also be used to treat pancreas and liver polyps, because the active healing components of this plant accumulate in these two organs. Without further ado, here is how to use celandine for polyps, safe and sound.
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How to Use Celandine for Polyps
1. How to Use Celandine for Skin Polyps (Skin Tags)
For skin tags, polyps, or papilloma the best way to use celandine is topical application of the celandine juice/sap. Make a more concentrated celandine sap by juicing a bunch of fresh stems, then put the juice on a plate and allow it to evaporate for a few hours. The thicker latex that remains after evaporation is a more concentrated celandine sap that works wonders for skin tags. Apply this celandine sap to the skin tags multiple times a day, and do not wipe or wash off. This is one of the most effective ways to use celandine for polyps.
To get rid of skin polyps on skin tags more quickly, pad the affected area with fresh onion or cucumber juice or with celandine tincture. You can make your own celandine tincture at home (recipe here), or you can find it online, below.
2. How to Use Celandine for Stomach, Liver, and Pancreas Polyps
Steep two tablespoons of celandine plant in 500 ml (2 cups) of boiling water for 2 hours. Over the course of one month, drink one tablespoon of this infusion, 4 times a day. Pause for 7 days, and resume once again. The celandine infusion stops the growth of polyps and is especially used for stomach, liver, and pancreas polyps.
3. How to Use Celandine for Colon Polyps
For colon polyps, the best way to use celandine is in enemas. Chop the freshly harvested celandine plant, with or without flowers and put 4 tablespoons in 500 ml (2 cups) of cold water, mix well and macerate for 24 hours. Two hours before making the celandine enema, make a simple enema with warm water or chamomile tea. Warm the celandine maceration just a little bit. Then gently and slowly introduce the (luke)warm celandine infusion using an anal douche, over the course of one hour.
To heal the colon polyp for good you can also use micro enemas with celandine juice. Add 7 drops of celandine sap into 50 ml of water, and do the micro enema after a regular colon cleansing enema. Hold the diluted celandine sap inside for as long as possible, so that it is completely absorbed through the colon walls. By using warm chamomile tea instead of water, this micro enema can also improve the function of the prostate.
Celandine Side Effects
When applied to the skin, celandine sap can cause an allergic reaction, which is why, before starting any topical treatments with celandine sap, first test it on a small area of the skin. Celandine sap/plant should not be left within the reach of children, and should not be applied to open, bleeding wounds. Fresh celandine is not recommended for women after four-month of pregnancy. Celandine is a toxic plant in large amounts, therefore excessive consumption can lead to poisoning. Do not exceed the recommended doses!
Celandine is an amazing medicinal herb, it kills bacteria, viruses, fungi, and even skin tags, warts, polyps, and eczema. If you’ve enjoyed learning how to use celandine for polyps, please share this article. This way more people learn about these celandine uses for polyps of different kinds and types. Stay healthy, naturally!
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