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Aloe vera

The Healing Plant

Aloe Vera, a plant that should be in every home. It has a thin, clear, jelly-like material which is taken from the inner part of the leaf, which is used both externally and internally for its healing properties. The healing plant has been around for many years but yet, many don't know the uses.

Aloe Vera Plant

Easy To Grow

In my personal experience, Aloe Vera is quite easy to grow. It is a hearty plant, but like all plants, need water, and sun. Aloe Vera grows little side shoots after they are in maturity. These seedlings are very easily transplanted.

Aloe Vera has Many Uses.

Aloe Vera has many uses and can be used in the healing process for many things.

Aloe Vera has many uses around the home, especially for healing minor cut and burns and sun burns..

However, Aloe Vera is also quite effective when used for the treatment of hemorrhoids.

Mixed 50/50 with liquid vitamin E, can also help to reduce the visibility of scars and stretch marks by simply rubbing the Aloe Vera salve on the infected area.


Herbal Remedies Research

There are many studies and claims that natural cures are the truth. There are many natural healing plants that have healing qualities and more and more are being recognized every day.

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fastfreta 6 years ago from Southern California

Easy to grow is an understatement. I use to have this in my yard and it grew uncontrollable. But in the defense of Aloe Vera, it is a wonder plant. I use it on minor burns and various other incidences. Very good hub Phil.


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Phil Dapple 6 years ago from Ontario,Canada Author

Yes it is one of my favorites.

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