Wild Bear Garlic(Allium ursinum)- Cleaning up Bowls and Sicknesses of the Skin

The other names for this curative plant are: Wild Garlic, Wood Garlic, Buckrams, Broad leaved Garlic, Bear’s Garlic.  The Ramsons (Allium ursinum) are one of the first flowers in spring. Ramson (Allium ursinum) is in flower from May to June. This plant is hiding a very big curative power and that is the reason that the bears are looking for when woke up from the winter dream. This plant helps to clean stomach, bowls and blood. It is very well for cleaning up bowls in spring and it helps for some sicknesses of the skin. The whole plant is curative. The parts of the plant that can be used are flowers, leaves and root.


With the process of drying the leaves are loosing the healing effect saw to clean up the whole organism, the leaves are used fresh. This plant you can eat it with some bread or to put it like addition in food, in meals that are you preparing every day. You can prepare a fresh salad with the leaves of Ramsons (Allium ursinum). Because the taste of Ramsons (Allium ursinum) is hot, it is better to prepare it together with some leaves of nettle. The young leaves of this plant are better to collect on April and May before the plant to get flowering and corms you can collect in late summer and autumn.
This curative plant is efficient in reducing high blood pressure and cholesterol. It can be used treatment of diarrhea, colic, excessive gas, indigestion .The corms can be used in the same way that is used garlic. Persons that have stomach problems the cut leaves should be poured over with hot milk and to leave in two or three hours and to drink it draft after draft.