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ALOE SOCOTRINA

Now-a-days, Aloe vera is commonly used in cosmetics and beverages. To show off the herbal way, manufacturing companies use “Aloe” in moisturizer, lotions, soaps, shampoos, sunscreens, tissues, etc. Claiming it as a good wound healing agent, it is now used in shaving razor too. It is presumed to soothe skin and have antibacterial and antifungal properties to resist any skin complaints. As a health drink, it is supposed to reduce the body heat. Further, Aloes vera juice is also used as laxative and for heart burn (Acid reflux / Gastritis).



Fleshy Aloe vera plant has now been widely grown as an ornamental plant in star hotels, spa, etc to bring attractive natural atmosphere. Anyhow, It is supposed to resist most insects / pests too.

With Homeopathy, ALOE SOCOTRINA (normally called as Aloes) in its infinitesimal dosage will be very useful for those
-          Who rush to toilets after eating / on waking up in the morning
-          Who could not control the passing of stool while passing flatus
-          Who suffers with rumbling abdomen with much mucous in stool

-          Who suffers with anal piles with tenesmus and heaviness in rectum with bleeding on and off

Further it has amazing response for conditions like

·         Diarrhoea with jelly like mucous
·         Burning pain in anus
·         Constipation with Protruding anal piles (with or without bleeding)


Homeopathy medicines should be taken under the advice and diagnosis of a qualified Homoeopath.

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