Crassula, also called the tree of happiness, is found in almost every home. Some are attracted by her appearance, while others believe that she is able to attract money home. But not everyone knows that Crassula has healing properties that will help get rid of many diseases. This plant uses anti-inflammatory, antiviral and antibacterial features. Reading our article, you will find out under what diseases the crassula can help you.

Injuries and injuries

The juices of this plant heals wounds and cuts, and also dissolves abscesses. Make a pulp from several leaves, apply to the affected area of the skin and fasten with a bandage. Change the dressing every 2-3 hours.


Her juice will also cure cold sores. Just apply a little juice to herpes every 30 minutes.

A sore throat

You can deal with sore throat and tonsils with it. Take ten leaflets and extract juice from them. Then combine the juice with 200 ml of warm water. Gargle with the mixture every 3-4 hours.

Stomach ulcers

Gastric and duodenal ulcers can also be treated with the tree of happiness. To eliminate this disease, you need to eat two leaflets in the morning an hour before meals, slowly chewing them.


Crassula will help deal with arthritis. We prepare 15 leaves, from which we then squeeze the juice. This juice should be rubbed into sore joints before bedtime.

Insect bites

This juice also perfectly soothes itching and irritation after an insect bite. The bite site should be smeared up to 6 times a day.


Crassula can also help those with varicose veins. Wash and crush the twenty leaves of the Crassula in a meat grinder. Place the resulting mixture in a glass bottle and pour 250 g of vodka. Set aside in a dark place for 10 days, then strain. Rub the mixture into problem areas every night before going to bed until the mixture is completely absorbed. The mixture should be used three times a year for a month.

Diseases kidney

With inflammatory diseases of the kidneys, the extract of the leaves of the Crassula is very effective. You will need 5 leaves and 200 ml of hot water. Fill the leaves with water and let it brew for an hour. Subsequently, strain and take one tablespoon of the infusion 15 minutes before meals three times a day.