Aloe vera (A. barbadensis), A. ferox, A. perryi: Egyptians, Assyrians, and Mediterranean peoples used the dried latex (from cells inside the leaves) and the gel. Externally, aloe gel has been used in many ways, including to alleviate skin irritation. In cosmetics, the gel is added to moisturizers, cleansers, shampoos, suntan lotions, and sunburn treatments. Uses: treatment of dry skin, anti-inflammatory & antimicrobial, intranasal use for allergies, & treatment of burns.
Best thing ever! It totaly works! Started getting a cold/sinus infection Thursday....nasal congestion, cough, sneezing, drained, no energy...ya know, the typical cold/sinus infections symptoms. I started this and did it three times a day instead of calling my doctor for a Z-pak like I usualy do. It kept the edge off of it and kept it from comletely taking over and making me as sick. Today I'm almost back to 100%. I'm telling you it works!
Is Coconut Oil good for Burns? Yes, of course it works well for treating burns and it is mostly commonly used as a topical treatment for burns in most of the coconut cultivated countries. Method – 1: (Coconut Oil) This process uses coconut oil alone for treating burns and its symptoms.
The hemp salve is a universal healing preparation with multiple effects. It is combining the effects of an antibiotic ointment with the effects of a salve efficiently relieving arthritic and rheumatism pains. Among others, it has proven to be extremely efficient for the treatment of burns (even of 2nd degree), certain types of eczemas, psoriasis and fungus. *Just pay attention to one thing – the salve should never be used on fresh bleeding wounds!
Treating Burns-Out of desperation I sought home remedies for treating a minor burn. All of my first aid training said run cool water over the burn for 10-20 minutes. I repeated this process several times before trying the hot water as suggested in this article... I'm shocked but it worked.