Aloe Vera Oil: Benefits and Homemade Recipe

Aloe Vera Oil: Benefits and Homemade Recipe


The benefits of aloe vera oil, and how to
make this yourself at home.  
1. Aloe Vera is a well-known medicinal plant
which grows in warm climates around the world. This was famously used by the Ancient Egyptians
for healing, and was known as “the plant of immortality”
2. This plant is still used today as a natural
medicine, especially when it comes to healing the skin, detoxifying the body and treating
hair loss. 3. Aloe Vera Oil is an excellent remedy which
is made by infusing the herbal properties of aloe vera into coconut oil. This is then applied to different areas of
the body to reduce rashes, burns, fungal infections, body odour and eczema. 4. In today’s video we will give you a very simple
recipe for homemade aloe vera oil, followed by its many uses and benefits.  
Let’s take a look at the recipe  
You Will Need  
250ml Fresh Aloe Vera Leaves (Blended) 250ml Extra Virgin Coconut Oil
2-3 Drops of Fragrance Essential Oil (of your choice)
  Method:
  Slice the aloe vera leaves into chunks and
blend to a fine paste. Do not remove the green part of the leaf for
this recipe, as it contains extra nutrients.  
Add this to a pan and mix in the coconut oil. You can also add a few drops of your favourite
fragrance oils if you wish. Heat the mixture and simmer for 10 minutes. Stir regularly with wooden spoon. Allow this to cool and then strain to remove
the fibres. This can be stored in an airtight container
for 8-10 months.  
5. Aloe is a powerful skin care agent and is
more powerful when combined with coconut oil. Aloe Vera Oil is commonly used as a massage
oil for reducing inflammation and pain within the muscles and joints. 6. It is also used in aromatherapy by mixing
with other carrier oils. These are used in oil burners to add a calming
and healing influence to the room. 7. You may dip your toothbrush into the aloe
vera oil and brush the teeth regularly. This is very powerful at healing the gums
and destroying bacteria in the mouth. It can whiten the teeth and reduce gingivitis. 8. Aloe Vera oil is also used to treat insect
bites and stings. Simply massage the oil into the affected area
to reduce swelling, pain, itchiness and inflammation. 9. You can massage this into the scalp before
washing your hair, as it conditions and moisturises the scalp and follicles. This is well known for speeding up hair growth,
as nutrients are absorbed into the skin. 10. Aloe Vera Oil contains Vitamin A, B1, B2,
B3, and C. It also contains a great range of minerals such as iron, magnesium, copper,
manganese, sodium, calcium and potassium. 11. If you wish to enjoy some of these nutrients
internally then consider watching our video on Aloe Vera juice. This can be made easily at home using the
gel from within the leaves mixed with water in the right amounts. 12. Aloe Vera oil also contains 20 amino acids
which are essential to the health functions within the body. 13. If you experience sun burn, gently massage
aloe vera oil into the problem area. This will quickly soothe the pain and promote
fast healing of the skin cells. 14. Those with psoriasis, eczema, rashes, shingles,
or herpes can also apply this for fast healing results. 15. One animal study showed that aloe vera oil
can reduce the risk of skin cancer, by slowing down the progression of the diseases. 16. The oil stimulates blood flow and healing
to scar tissue. Simply exfoliate scars or stretch marks before
applying the oil. Over time healthy new skin cells will emerge. To learn more about natural remedies please
see our other videos.  
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