Aloe

From our list of ailments, see what Aloe can be used for:

  • Acne
  • Burns
  • Immune System
  • Indigestion
  • Itching
  • Skin Issues
  • Ulcers

Natural Remedies using Aloe

There is no benefit to be had by excessively slowing the inhalation. However, if you consciously slow the inhalation just slightly, you can gain finer control and awareness of the movement. This will allow you to smooth the inhalation and focus the effort on the diaphragm. So, as part of a practice of slightly slowing the breath, experiment with gently slowing the inhalation so that it is smooth and controlled. A normal, healthy, smooth inhalation should last no longer than two to three seconds. It is a short, gentle, small movement that uses only the diaphragm. The chest should remain still and relaxed.

Both dandelion root and leaves are used medicinally, but for digestive complaints the root is the part you need. Dandelion root stimulates the liver to produce more bile, which in turn means better digestion of fatty food. If you find that fatty food, such as bacon or full-fat cheese, makes you feel heavy and bloated, then taking dandelion will help. Of course, fatty food is not good for us and it is best to avoid it; nevertheless you should be able to digest such food without trouble; if you don’t, then your liver may be a bit sluggish.

Acne, Burns, Immune System, Indigestion, Itching, Skin Issues, Ulcers

The Benefit of using Aloe as a natural cure

Indications (Basil) – Acne ; Acrochordon ; Aging ; Alcoholism ; Alzheimer’s ; Amenorrhea ; Anasarca ; Anorexia ; Aphtha ; Arthrosis ; Asthma ; Bacteria ; Bleeding ; Boredom ; Bronchosis ; Bruise ; Cancer ; Cancer, diaphragm ; Cancer, eye ; Cancer, liver ; Cancer, spleen ; Cancer, stomach ; Candida ; Cardiopathy ; Cataract ; Catarrh ; Childbirth ; Chill ; Cholera ; Cold ; Colic ; Collapse ; Conjunctivosis ; Constipation ; Contusion ; Convulsion ; Cough ; Cramp ; Croup ; Deafness ; Delirium ; Depression ; Dermatosis ; Diarrhea ; Dropsy ; Dysentery ; Dysmenorrhea ; Dyspepsia (f; APA;

Antimicrobial activity against Proteus vulgaris, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, and Staphylococcus aureus. Mucilage can protect irritated mucous membranes and digestive, respiratory, and urinary tract as well as skin (SKY). Did not show antiedemic or antiinflammatory activity in carrageenan tests (CAN).

Chamomile ( Matricaria species) was used as an herbal remedy by the ancient Egyptians and Romans, and the herb’s mild-flavored tea has been recommended for menstrual cramps, stomach pain, indigestion, and fever. The tea, made with a tiny bit of honey, is excellent for treating an upset stomach. Used topically, chamomile poultices, lotions, and creams can have cosmetic and dermatologic benefits as well.

Dosages (Indian Sarsaparilla) – 1–4 g powdered root (KAP); 28–56 ml root decoction ; 3–6 ml (1:2) extract/day (KEB).