Lessons in Magical Herbalism: Aloe Vera - how to make aloe vera facial mask at home-NOX BELLCOW-i
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Lessons in Magical Herbalism: Aloe Vera - how to make aloe vera facial mask at home

by:NOX BELLCOW     2019-10-23
Lessons in Magical Herbalism:  Aloe Vera  -  how to make aloe vera facial mask at home
Aloe vera is a green Juicy plant native to Africa. when it was brought to Europe in the 17 th century, it was mainly noticed, but it has actually existed for a long time.
There is a legend that Alexander the Great conquered the island of Ma for aloe, so his army could use it for medicinal purposes.
In Egypt, it is called the living plant, and it is said that Cleopatra uses it on her skin every day to keep it beautiful.
The Egyptians also burned it as a burial object.
In Congo, African hunters apply aloe vera to cover up the smell and prepare for the hunt.
It grows well in warm tropical and subtropical climates
But aloe rarely grows naturally.
No one knows where the wild aloe originally came from, but the popular domesticated version is well known.
Related to Lily and onion.
Aloe Vera has no stems, or short stems.
A root occasionally rises from the top of the plant and leaves inconspicuous yellow flowers, but the real beauty of aloe vera is the leaves.
It has a bunch of Spears --
Like the leaves that radiate outward in the formation of the Lotus.
Different blade sizes;
The smaller plant leaves in the flowerpot are only a few inches long, while the larger space plants can grow leaves of up to 2 or 3 feet in length in a warm climate.
They have a thick meat quality and contain high-value aloe vera juice and gel, which is widely used for cosmetic and medical purposes.
You can buy aloe vera extract in the store or it can be widely used in skincare products.
However, many of these processed aloe products are not as effective as real natural products.
Insert: cut a leaf and let it sit for a few days until the seal is merged at the end.
Soak in honey or rooting hormone.
Make a hole in the soil about 1 inch deep and stick the cutting end of the plant there.
Place it regularly in the shade and in the water until it takes root.
Take out the "cubs" from mature plants and sprout smaller plants at the bottom, called Cubs.
When these cubs are 2 to 3 inch tall, they can be carefully removed and transplanted from the mother plant.
Aloe vera can also breed from seeds, but they take months to germinate, and these plants are common and not even worth it.
Most of the time, agarwood enjoys plenty of sunshine.
I found it in area 10b and the sun in the summer afternoon was a bit harsh on them.
If this is your case, a little in the middle
The shadow of the afternoon can't hurt.
Canoes cannot bear the frost.
If you live in any area north of the 9 th, if you want them to survive, it's better to plant them in pots and put them indoors in autumn.
Put them on the windowsill with the most sun, and they can survive the winter.
It's better to put them in a porous jar, such as a terracotta warriors or an iron pan with coconut lining.
Use a potted mixture made for fleshy plants.
The Aloe roots are not deep so the shallow container is good.
They like the soil on the beach.
They need a good drainage system! good!
If they dry and start to turn yellow or brittle, a little water will cheer them up. Use an all-
Purpose: garden fertilizer or add a little compost tea once or twice a year;
Spring is best.
Besides, they are very tenacious.
Aloe Vera has considerable resistance to pests and diseases, but Root rot is a threat if plants stay in water for too long or too often.
Cut off the aloe leaves with a sharp knife.
You can take a leaf directly from the bottom of it, or just tip if you want. Aloe vera will close the wound and heal.
For a small plant, simply squeeze juice and gel from the cutting end using long leaf-like tubes.
It would be more embarrassing to deal with larger leaves.
I like to cut off the spikes from one side, then on the other side, then turn the knife horizontally, through the leaves, length-wise.
Then split the two halves.
You can cut a square and use it like a patch, or you can remove the gel and juice along the plant with a spoon.
Wrap unused aloe leaves with plastic wrap and place them in the refrigerator.
: Don't use the following as a medical advice.
I just provide information for those who are interested in herbs about how herbs are medicinal in ancient and modern times.
I can even tell about my own experience, but I do not recommend that you use any herbs without consulting a qualified professional.
When the quantity of normal food seasoning is exceeded.
Aloe vera is most commonly used for local use and is often used for lotions and soaps and is generally considered safe for local use.
Apply the gel directly to Burns (including sunburn), frostbite, small sore, and hemorrhoids.
Some studies have shown that it helps reduce plaque formation in psoriasis.
By crushing the leaves (removing spikes), gel, and juice, and then applying it to the plaque, or applying the plaster on a serious sunburn, let it sit for a while to make the paste
Aloe Vera juice contains a natural latex that may aggravate latex allergy.
The study has not yet demonstrated that aloe vera is safe for open wounds or surgical wounds and it is not recommended to treat skin wounds or infections.
For centuries, Aloe Vera has been used internally in very small doses for constipation, inflammation, and digestive problems.
There are some claims that aloe may be helpful in the treatment of diabetes and high cholesterol.
Even in very small doses (less than a teaspoon), Aloe Vera causes cramps and/or diarrhea.
Taking Aloe Vera in the body is associated with cancer, kidney problems, and potassium deficiency, a link that is still under investigation.
Aloe Vera also has adverse interactions with many drugs.
Aloe vera is considered unsafe for pregnant and lactating women.
It can take a long time to dry aloe vera, because their moisture content is so high that if you live in a damp place, you will take the risk of letting them form.
The best way is to use a dehumidifier in a small room, such as a bathroom.
Simply slice the leaf length-
Wise, spread them out, gel.
Serve a tray or plate.
If you only want dry leaves, scrape off all the gel and juice first.
Place the tray or plate in a paper food grocery bag and bind or tape it off.
Place the bag in a small room with a dehumidifier for 2 or 3 days.
Aloe vera is a protective plant.
Putting it around your home or home can prevent the effects of evil and help prevent accidents.
In Africa, the plant is hung on the door to drive away the evil and to invite good luck into the house.
In Mexico, it often makes garlands with garlic, icons, pitaya and other herbs, and hangs on them, making a fortunate impact on the home.
Other sources say aloe vera can relieve loneliness and it is placed on a grave to promote peace during rest.
Because it is related to the moon, Venus and water, it is also used to attract love, mainly by burning plants at the full moon.
It is said that this will bring a new moon to a lover and dry the leaves first. 2 tbsps. 1 tbsp. 2 tbsp.
5 drops of lavender essential oil (no lavender oil is used ).
Mix ingredients to use as a skin scrub anywhere you want to refresh or exfoliate.
Perfect for the face, elbows, knees and feet. Plant byMax B.
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