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A – Z of Herbal Remedies

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Aloe Vera Lotion, Tea Tree Oil

Other Names: Aloe Vera, Aloe Vera Gel, Aloe Vera Lotion, Aloes, Indian Aloe, First Aid Plant, Burn Aloe, True Aloe,  Medicine Aloe, Cape Aloes, Socotrine, House Leek, Sea House Leek, Aloe Barbadensis
Traditional Usages: Sunburn, Indigestion, Stomach Ulceration, Acne, Chapped Skin, Nappy Rash, Dry Scalp, Shampoo, Ringworm, Stretch Marks of Pregnancy, Wrinkles, Liver Spots, Itchy Dry Skin Conditions such as Shingles, Eczema and Poison Ivy, Burns, Leg Ulcers, Amnesia - Memory Enhancer, Low Libido, Depression, Eye Inflammations, Syphillis, Burns, Inflammatory Bowel Conditions such IBS, Colitis and Diverticulitis, Natural Source Vitamin B12
Resources: East and South Africa, Central and South America, India, Middle East, Caribbean Region, China
Parts Used: Leaves
Herbal Research:
Health Warniing: Do not use during Pregnancy or Breastfeeding.


Aloe Vera Lotion and Tea Tree Oil - Herbal remedy for Dog Bites: Tea tree oil and aloe vera lotion are two natural ingredients with very powerful healing and protective qualities that have a long history when helping to treat wounds and promoting growth and healing of skin tissue.
If you are faced with a situation where somebody you know has been bitten by a dog , knowing how to treat it can be most important.

Health Warning: It is advisable to seek medical attention immediately. It's highly important to wash off the dog bite immediately after it is received so that you get rid of the dog's saliva which can contribute to a possible infection.Washing the site with warm water and continuing to wash it in this fashion proves to be an excellent home remedy for a dog bite.


Always seek the advice of your doctor before taking herbal remedies
   

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