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10 Most Common Uses of Aloe Vera

The 10 applications Aloe Vera

A miracle plant

During the last thirty years they have been undertaken in many parts of the world dedicated to investigate the properties of the cactus plant known as Aloe Vera programs. It has been shown that a deep thermal burn treated with Aloe, 48 hours evolves into a minor second-degree burn by the rapid regeneration of tissues without leaving only scar.

As their popularity grows, many cosmetic companies are beginning to include in their line of products made from Aloe facials and hair tonics, cleansers, wrinkle, deodorants, etc.

  • The 10 most common applications of Aloe Vera as the Natural Medicine
  • Burns
  • Cuts and wounds
  • Care hair and scalp (baldness)
  • Hemorrhoids and varicose veins
  • Psoriasis, rashes and skin blemishes
  • Insect bites
  • Muscle aches
  • Digestive problems
  • Arthritis
  • Sinusitis and asthma

There are several ways to use aloe (these depend on its purpose):

Juice:  Aloe juice is extracted from the pulp since the skin is very irritating .It is the most popular way to take it. A tablespoon in half a glass of water and takes one to three times a day before meals diluted.

Gel:  Aloe is part of shower gel to apply well in daily hygiene. It is a mild form (manufacturer dependent) but instead is a way to apply it every day.

Fresh:  you can use split leaf to burns, wounds, dry skin, fungal infections and insect bites. They can take up to two teaspoons in a glass of water or fruit juice three times a day as a tonic.

Ointment:  Open multiple sheets to get lots of gel and boil until it forms a thick paste that is stored in clean jars in a cool place and used as leaves.

Tonic wine: Fermented aloe gel with honey and spices called “kumaryasava” in India and is used as a tonic against anemia and digestive disorders and liver function.

Inhalation:  Use the gel on fumes against bronchial congestion.

Tincture:  Use one to three milliliters (ml.) per dose as an appetite stimulant or constipation. Its flavor is unpleasant.

Powder:  100-500 mg is used.Per dose or in capsule form as a purgative for persistent constipation and to stimulate the flow of bile.

Precautions:

Do not use during pregnancy because carbohydrates are strongly anthraquinone purgative.

The leaves in large doses can cause vomiting.

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