Finally! Proven recipe for removing corns and calluses
Corns (clavus) are usually appear in the area of little finger like a thickening of the skin. Its center is hard. Then you pressure the area where you have corn you will feel pain, and also wearing shoes can be painful because of the contact between shoes and the skin.
Corns also can be shown on the heel, and on other fingers and soles. There are a lot of natural cures and methods for treating corns, but this one is the most effective and easy recipe for curing them.
Recipe for removing corns and calluses
For the recipe all you need is houseleek and plaster. We have already written a lot of articles about how houseleek as very useful plant, and that it is very easy to grow. You can find it on rocks, walls, or at your home in pots or on the roof on your house.
You can find the Houseleek Seeds here.
Instructions for preparation: remove the skin only from one side of one half of the houseleek. Put the leaf with side without skin on top of the corn.
Then put the plaster on the leaf oh houseleek and let it stay like that for the entire day. In the evening put new leaf and plaster. Make sure you have put the plaster during night, because then you are not wearing any shoes and the curing effect is bigger.
After a couple of days, almost always 3-4 corns should be remover together with its root, and on the place where the corn was will be replace with healthy tissue. This recipe is pretty much old, but it gives an amazing results for short time.
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Hw do I recognise a houseleek n hw does it luk! Dids is a wndrfl info fr curing n treatn corns thnq
Here you can find more about Houseleek: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sempervivum
I’m a little confused about the plaster? Do you mean like the stuff you put on walls? Or is there some type of recipe for it?
It’s the plaster for medical use, you can buy it in the pharmacies!