Aloe Vera has been called for centuries ‘miracle plant’. It is widely used in a myriad of products, but this plant really does wonders for the body’s health.
The miraculous leaf contains 200 useful ingredients, including 20 minerals, 18 amino acids, and 12 vitamins.
Aloe Vera reduces inflammation in the bone and accelerates healing from sinusitis. It also works wonders against runny nose.
The good news is that Aloe Vera is everywhere, we can even grow it at home and thanks to it we prepare all kinds of treatments.
Aloe Vera is widely used against sinusitis
You can make a spray lotion with sea or saltwater and Aloe Vera.
Combine 500 ml of saltwater and 50 ml of Aloe Vera juice, approximately a cup of coffee.
Pour the liquid into an existing nasal spray bottle and use several times a day as needed
You will get sedation and the signs of sinusitis will disappear within a short time.
Aloe Vera for respiratory regulation
Cut in half a leaf of Aloe Vera. Squeeze the gelatinous liquid with your fingers and pour it into a small bottle of dark glass. Save it for later use.
Put two or three drops into each nostril before falling asleep.
You will immediately feel your airways unblocked and enjoy a peaceful sleep.
Another way is to put some pieces of Aloe Vera leaf and some eucalyptus leaves in a pot of water. Let the water boil, then remove from the fire.
Cover your head with a towel and inhale the steam that releases the liquid with fantastic leaves. This is a wonderful cure against rhinitis.
It is a constant illness that occurs as a result of colds and airflow during a fall.
You can even use Aloe Vera leaf by placing it on your forehead for a few minutes. The gel can be used in compresses against headaches and respiratory blockages.
Aloe Vera as a natural solution
A 2011 study by Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, United States, highlighted the benefits that come from five natural oils blending with antioxidants such as aloe vera, coconut, orange, mint and vitamin E.
The researchers came to important conclusions. These oils could successfully reduce inflammation and oxidative stress causing problems in the nasal mucosa and in the airways.