Most commonly, it is consumed as a tea, and is used for internal and external treatment.

Heather is a high evergreen semi-shrub long ago known for its medicinal properties. It is used to clean the blood, against rheumatism, arthritis and gout and infections of the kidneys, bladder and urinary tract, and folk medicine claims that dissolves all the stones. Considered by some, who reached out to him, doesn’t have to go to surgery.

Heather has many medicinal ingredients among which are arbutin, tannin, saponin, and the most important is its power of dissolving stones. Therefore, heather is still regarded as an excellent remedy for all kinds of stones. It is necessary to be diligent in daily intake of tea for a few months, because some stones are slowly soluble and for their dissolution takes more time. The effect of heather against gallstones, kidney stones and bladder stones is much stronger if consumed tea made from flowers harvested in the fall.

Heather also helps against inflammation of the kidneys, bladder and urinary tract, prostate, fallopian tubes and ovaries, and stimulates blood circulation, reduces blood sugar and blood fat and helps against atherosclerosis, poor circulation in the legs and an oscillating blood pressure.

Most commonly, it is consumed as a tea, and is used for internal and external treatment.
Bath heather treated skin rashes, eczema, rash, lichens and fungi, and wraps of this plant are used for eye inflammation, glaucoma and conjunctivitis.