If you do not already have an Aloe Vera plant in your yard or if you do not live in the tropics, simply in a plant pot on your window sill, I strongly recommend to get this amazing plant in your possession.
This plant can help you heal small burn wounds, cuts and even certain problems with your intestines.
For small burn wounds, firstly cool the burn under running cold water for at least 10 to 15 minutes, cut a leaf of the Aloe Vera plant and rub the clear gel on the burn wound. It will not only cool but also speed up the healing process.
In case the burnwound is open and also for small cuts, make sure the wound is clean and dry, and seal off with the Aloe Vera Gel. You will notice that when the Aloe Vera dries it looks and feels like your own new skin. If the wound is not too large or too deep, you do not even need a bandage or band aid
Do you have problems with permanent diarrhea? Cut a piece of the Aloe Vera leaf (about 1 inch or 3 cm) and peel it. Make sure you cut of all the green so you only have the pure gel left. You can either mix / blend the gel in some fruit juice and drink it, or eat the gel just like that. It might taste a bit bitter, but it will not harm or hurt you in any way.
Repeat this every day or every other day according to how you feel, and preferably in the morning before breakfast.
According to research, the Aloe Vera not only helps soothing the stomach and intestines, but it also helps healing the mucous lining of the intestines which is needed to protect them.
However in case of chronic and violent diarrhea, as well as is the case with Crohn's Disease which is a chronic inflammatory disease of the intestines for which is no medical cure, that protective lining is constantly removed because of the continuing bowel movement, with as result that the intestines does not have enough time to heal themselves. Which again results in more agitation of the intestines, which eventually results in ulcerations or even cancerous polyps and eventually perforations of the intestines, which in many cases can be fatal.
Studies have shown that the Aloe Vera gel contains properties which help restoring and replacing the protective mucous lining in the intestines, and they are now also researching the possible healing effects of the Aloe Vera plant for Crohn's Disease.
Please keep in mind that as is mentioned on the front page of this forum topic, if you decide to try any of these remedies, you do so at your own risk. The makers and owners of this Blog can not be held responsible for the outcome, be it good or bad.
However, I myself used to suffer from chronic diarrhea and no modern medication helped me, but with the help of this miracle plant I have no more cramps or diarrhea for more than 5 years now, and I am sure that as long as I faithfully take my little piece of Aloe Vera every other day in the morning, I will have no more problems. And who knows what else it is good for!