How Aloe Vera Can Be A Useful Remedy For These Conditions?

Learn here what makes aloe vera an effective remedy for skin conditions like burns, rashes, itch and blisters.

Aloe vera has been used for various health conditions for ages. Recognized by its thick, pointed and fleshy green leaves, aloe vera has become the key ingredients in many cosmetic, pharmaceutical and food products.

How Aloe Vera Can Be A Useful Remedy

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The leaves of aloe vera contain a gel-like substance that is packed with several beneficial compounds. One research has found that aloe vera is high on antioxidant and antibacterial properties. This is why it can prevent the growth of certain bacteria causing infections in humans. Another benefit is that it can speed up the healing of burns, thanks to its anti-inflammation properties. FDA has approved Aloe vera cream as an OTC medication for skin burns in 1950s. Besides, it soothes rashes and skin irritation.

Due to these benefits aloe vera can be a successful home remedy for several health conditions like scabies, hemorrhoids, itching, and foot blisters. Here’s how…

Aloe Vera for Sunburn:

Aloe vera is useful remedy for sunburn, thanks to its anti-inflammatory and soothing properties. All you need to peel off a fresh aloe leaf to obtain the gel. Store the gel in the fridge for nearly 30 hours. Now, apply the chilled aloe vera gel on the affected parts of the skin. Let it dry so that the skin can absorb the therapeutic contents. Later, wash it off with lukewarm water and pat it dry with a clean towel. You can also use OTC aloe vera gel in case you don’t have an aloe vera plant.

Aloe Vera for Hemorrhoids:

Like with sunburn, aloe vera soothes irritating hemorrhoids. Just apply aloe vera gel (obtained from the aloe leaves) on the affected area.

Aloe Vera for SkinItch:

Given that aloe vera is cool and soothing, it makes an effective remedy for skin itch. Besides, it enhances healing and keeps the skin moisturized. Rub the gel over the affected skin patch.

Aloe Vera for Skin Rashes:

Aloe vera not only eases your skin itching, but also heals skin rashes. All you need to extract the gel from the leaf of aloe vera. Apply it directly over the affected part of the skin.

Aloe Vera for Blisters:

Aloe vera also helps soothe blisters. It can decrease the size of skin growth and speed up the healing as well. This is why it is the most recommended remedy for burns and blisters. Apply fresh aloe gel over the blister twice times a day.

Aloe vera for Scabies:

Aloe vera is packed with healing and anti-fungal properties, making it an effective remedy for contagious skin diseases like scabies. According to one study, aloe contains anthraquinones, polyphenols, rhein, p-coumaric acid, lupeol and cinnamic acid, which are anti-microbial and anti-pesticide in nature. Apply gel on the scabies affected area. Wait for 30 minutes and then rinse it off with lukewarm water. Repeat the process two or three times a day for a few weeks to see result.

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