You hear about it in the ads, all over the place, but does a therapist care and should everyone Joe have it at home? The answer is of course, yes!
Content of Aloe
Dr. Vania tells us what we didn’t necessarily know: the Aloe vera leaf consists of two parts – the gel and the latex / juice. Freezing is what most people are familiar with. This is the odorless, clear gel that is inside the leaf. Aloe vera late
x / juice is a thin layer of yellow liquid between the skin and the gel on the leaf. It contains compounds with powerful laxative properties, such as aloin. The gel is the safest part of the plant: it is used in particular as an ointment to soothe and hydrate the skin. Latex / juice, due to its laxative properties, can cause health complications if used too often.
Little Secrets of Homeopathy
Homeopathy is the super-science of plants, in the sense that one extracts its substantive marrow to use only the essence in its most beautiful efficiency. Wasn’t that pretty as a sentence? (I must have thought twice) As I discovered a passion for homeopathy (at the AMCC of course!) I will not hesitate to talk to you about it more often! Here are some practical everyday applications:
Aloe and headache.
Aloe cures a headache that, like that of Nux vomica, is located above the eyes. It is accompanied by a sensation as if a weight is pressing on the eyelids. The relief comes from partially closing the eyelids. Aggravation with each step + by heat. Improvement with cold compresses.
2. Homeopathic remedy for hemorrhoids
One of the most useful homeopathic remedies for hemorrhoids; indicated where the small sacs protrude like a bunch of grapes, bleeding often and profusely, and are greatly relieved by the application of cold water.
3. Aloe and Diarrhea
Aloe is a remedy whose main action is on the rectum. It produces a constant desire to have a bowel movement, and Passages are homeopathic aloe vera medicines for diarrhea accompanied by a lot of gas. The great characteristic of the drug feeling of discomfort, weakness, and certainly in the rectum; there is a constant feeling as if the stool is going to escape, the patient does not dare to pass gas for fear of the stool escaping. This condition is sometimes encountered in children, they pass stool during the passage of flatulence. It is worse while eating, but it rarely continues during the day. Weakness of the anal sphincter. Patient Aloes will also pass stool while urinating.
4. Aloe and Stomach ache
In conventional medicine, aloe was used as a purgative (still sometimes today). On the other hand, the homeopath uses it for stomach aches and bloating (since it can cause them, it can cure them – the remedy, not the homeopath).
Aloe is one of the oldest known medicinal plants: moreover the Egyptians used it (still?) For mummification. As you can see in the photo (taken not far from where I live), there is a tuft of thorny leaves of a somewhat murky green like that, thick and fleshy. But the best aloe came before from the Indian Ocean (Socotora Island for those who know it). At one time, children who bit their nails saw it put on their finger (quite bitter taste). Now, in the event of a burn (by the stove for example), you apply it directly and magical healing follows! Better to keep a bottle in the refrigerator …
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