Sunday, January 8, 2012

Herbal Aloe Vera

Herbal aloe vera 
1. Headaches, dizziness.
2. Constipation (Constipation).
3. Seizures in children, malnutrition (Malnutrition).
4. Whooping Cough (Pertussis), vomiting blood.
5. Diabetes mellitua (DM), hemorrhoids.
6. Laxative. menstruation.
7. Hair fertilizer.
Herbal Aloe Vera

Aloe vera are wild plants in a hot air or in pots and planted the yard as an ornamental plant. Spur-shaped leaves are slightly tapered, thick, brittle, jagged edges / small spiny, mottled surface, 15-36 cm long, 2-6 cm wide, long-stemmed flowers 60-90 cm long, reddish-yellow flowers (orange), Many parts of North Africa, West Indies. Aloe Vera Plant stems short-trunked. The trunk is not visible as it is covered by dense leaves and partially buried in the soil. Through this stem shoots will emerge which further makes the seedling.

Aloe Vera long-stemmed also emerged from the trunk through cracks or armpit leaves. Rejuvenation of plants is done by cutting out the leaves and stems, and then the remaining stump of the stem will pop up new shoots or tillers. Leaf Aloe Vera plant ribbon-shaped with an elongated strands. Fleshy leaves are thick, not reinforced, grayish green, contain lots of water and contains a lot of sap or mucus (gel) as a raw material for medicine. Aloe vera plants resistant to drought because the water leaves a lot of stored reserves that can be utilized at the time of water shortage. Leaf shape resembles a sword with a pointed tip, leaf surface coated with wax, with weak spines.The length of the leaves can reach 50-75 cm, weighing 0.5 kg - 1 kg, the leaves curled tightly around the stem bersaf-saf. Aloe Vera Flowers are yellow or reddish in the form of a gathering pipeline, out of the armpit leaves. Flowers small, arranged in a series of shaped bunches, and can reach 1 meter in length. Flowers usually appear when grown in the mountains. Aloe Vera plant root fibbers in the form of a short and located at ground level. Root length ranged from 50-100 cm. To grow plants that requires fertile soil and loose on top.

Chemical properties and effect pharmacological: Taste bitter, cold. Anti-inflammatory, purgative (laxative), parasitized. These herbs are entered into the heart meridian, liver and pancreas.
Chemical content: Aloin, barbaloin, isobarbaloin, aloe-emodin, aloenin, aloesin, Betabarboloin; Damar.
Benefits: Anti-inflammatory; Laxative; Stomakik; expectorant.
Simplesia name: Aloe Succus inspissatus
Traditional recipe:
PART USED: Leaves, flowers, roots, fresh consumption,

Leaves 10-15 grams, when the form of pills: 1.5 to 3 grams.
Or a powder (flour) for topical application.
External use:
Leaves used for sores, eczema, boils, burns, scalded, headache (as pilis), Dental caries (tooth decay), hair fertilizer.
a. Hair fertilizer:
Aloe vera leaves to taste fresh cut, taken part in
that seems like a jelly, rubbed into the scalp after
evening bath, then wrapped with a cloth, the next day
washed hair. Used every day for 3 months to achieve
satisfactory results.
b. The wound burned and scalded (light):
The leaves washed well, take the inside, stick to the
body is exposed to fire / hot water.
c. Ulcer:
Crushed leaves plus a little salt, put on the boil.

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