Aloe vera = Natural Remedy to Help Resolve Various Health Conditions
The Indian name for Aloe vera is Kumari meaning ‘young maiden’, which reveals its affinity for the female menstrual cycle and its rejuvenative powers for maintaining youthfulness. Additionally, the botanical name is Aloe barbadensis. Moreover, the fresh Aloe vera may be useful in liver, spleen and skin conditions. Furthermore, Aloe Vera gel is particularly helpful when applied on the damaged skin. It also aids in the healing of first-degree burns, sunburn, minor skin wounds and even painful shingles by relieving pain and reducing itching. The gel also provides an air proof moisturizing barrier so that wounds do not dry out.
Most Effective yet Easy to Prepare Home Remedies of Aloe Vera
1) For Heartburn – Take one fresh leaf of Aloe Vera. Cut it from the middle and then take out the juice Drink this juice by diluting with water. This may help to pacify heartburn.
Note: Fresh Aloe vera leaf is always useful. But if it is difficult to get fresh leaf every day, then try natural, vegan, and pure herbal Aloe vera Juice for beneficial results.
2) For Abrasions/ Burns – Take a fresh Aloe Vera leaf. Slit the leaf in such a way that the inner gel is exposed. Apply this gel directly on to the affected part of the skin to help reduce abrasions and other skin burns.
Note: If the burn injury is serious, then consult the doctor before trying any home remedy.
3) For Cracked Heels – Blend Turmeric, Tulsi and Camphor in equal proportions. Mix all these ingredients with Aloe Vera gel and make it in a paste-like consistency. Then apply this paste on the heels and leave it for 20 minutes. Wash your heels with moderately warm water.