We can recognize it by the green fleshy leaves of the sharp appearance which were covered with thick skin under which there is a gel. The leaves are 30-50 cm long and 10 cm wide. Aloe Vera contains two types of liquid material: bitter yellow latex and transparent gel. The gel is used to treat burns and other skin infections and in sunscreen and for rashes, acne, eczema, redness of the skin, insect bites.
Many people grow it at home because the gel can be used directly from the leaves. Every home should have it.
It belongs lily pad family and most often grows in Africa and the Caribbean (like a cactus it retains fluid to survive in warm dry conditions). There are 200 species of Aloe Vera in the world, but only 4 have medical properties.
Apart from a gel, Aloe Vera can also be found in the form of juice. Aloe Vera helps reduce indigestion, ulcers, constipation, haemorrhoids and rashes in the rectal area. As with the other preparations, it is possible to acquire resistance to the action of Aloe Vera juice, so frequent consumption of the juice is not recommended if it is used for bowel cleansing purposes.
Aloe Vera Elixir of Youth
On this topic I will share with you a recipe for varicose veins, this natural recipe promises to withdraw visible veins quickly.
- Half of a cup of Aloe Vera pulp
- Apple vinegar
- Half a cup of finely chopped carrots
Put the carrots in the blender, add Aloe Vera and mix until you get a uniform mass. Then add a little apple cider vinegar until you get a creamy, spreadable mixture. Which you can easily pour into a bottle because you can use the balm several times.
How to use:
Apply the mixture to the areas of the legs where the varicose veins are. Then settle into a comfortable position, preferably with the legs slightly raised. Relax that way and stay that way for about half an hour. Finally, rinse with coloured water. Lubricate regularly, until the veins begin to recede.
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