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I have this pimples on my skin and I want to make use of an aloe vera plant in my house. How do I apply,drink?

  • Posted on September 3, 2013 at 7:13 am

I have this pimples on my skin and I want to make use of an aloe vera plant in my house. How do I apply,drink?
I am a 20 old male in Kenya. I want to go natural. I do not apply anything on my body as of now. I have oily skin. Now I want to better my skin by bathing with Neem soap and applying aloe vera juice or drinking. How is it done. For drinking do I just boil? Do I just apply the juice on my skin overnight?

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Answer by talanstormrider
you break the plant and squeeze the nectar stright into your skin. you can also chill the “leaves” and peel and eat the plant.

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I have this pimples on my skin and I want to make use of an aloe vera plant in my house. How do I apply,drink?

  • Posted on February 14, 2013 at 11:56 pm

I have this pimples on my skin and I want to make use of an aloe vera plant in my house. How do I apply,drink?
I am a 20 old male in Kenya. I want to go natural. I do not apply anything on my body as of now. I have oily skin. Now I want to better my skin by bathing with Neem soap and applying aloe vera juice or drinking. How is it done. For drinking do I just boil? Do I just apply the juice on my skin overnight?

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Answer by soldiers_girl22
I wouldnt drink it, its not bad for you but if you want it for your skin then you apply it on your skin. I usually just cut and peel open the plant and rub it on my face. works wonders on scars but it takes a while.

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What are all the things I can do with the aloe vera plants in my house?

  • Posted on March 23, 2012 at 3:25 am

What are all the things I can do with the aloe vera plants in my house?
I’ve heard that aloe vera is almost magical in all its uses (medicinal, cosmetic, health, etc). I have lots of it in my house and I don’t know exactly how I use it. Does anyone know how I should cut the leaves (should I peel the skin and spines off?) and what I should add to it? Should I blend it? Grind it with a mortar and pestel? Also what can I do with that mixture?

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Answer by sa_shhh_a
Without consulting outside resources, what I can share from personal experience is that aloe vera does have a variety of purposes.

To utilize just break off the three dimensional leaf near the stalk and then peel the skin off or divide it with a knife or your fingers to get to the fleshy, watery interior portion. Like a starfish, the aloe plant will continue to grow and replace previous leaves for more uses.

Often the aloe plant is used as a sunburn or general burn remedy for its cooling and healing properties. Other people consume aloe liquid claiming it has health benefits, but I would consult with a physician or homeopath before consumption.

An atypical but very hand use for it that I employed in a pinch was to use the interior as personal lubricant during sex!! LOL but it worked beautfully without any side-effects! 😀

I am sure a search in any major search engine would result in tons of free information type in something like “Aloe uses” or aloe AND vera AND uses. Good luck and happy hunting!!

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Does anyone have a thriving aloe plant, potted and in the house?

  • Posted on March 7, 2012 at 11:38 pm

Does anyone have a thriving aloe plant, potted and in the house?
My aloe is growing new leaves, but instead of getting wide and sturdy they are extremely thin and long (10-12 in.), and get bent marks from hanging over the edges of the pot. The pot is about 6 in. in diameter and 6 in. deep. I used bagged gardening soil. The plant was given to me without a tag, so I have no idea what species it is. I’ve tried online gardening sites to no avail, so any advice/comments would be greatly appreciated.

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Answer by huggz
My son has one, it isnt as tall but the leaves are wide. Its in compost in a 4 inch pot…maybe yours needs a bit of root restruction

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