Little Doses are Remedy, but Large Ones Become Poison. How often to Apply Aloe?

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Aloe is a good medicine against dozens of diseases. However, it can easily become poison if you don’t know the answer to the question ‘How often to apply aloe?’

Firstly, it should be an old plant. If you have been taking care of aloe for several years, you can be sure that it suits. But if you breed a new aloe that is several months old, it won’t do.

Secondly, you should follow the main rules of taking care of this plant if you want it to help you. If you use it for skin problems (injuries included), do it 4-6 times a day. If you take the jelly orally, don’t swallow more than 15 ml per one time. You can also ask you physician for advice.
Modern medicine recognizes a huge role of plants and herbs in treatment. So, if you make up a decision to start using this succulent for serious disease healing, ask for a specialist’s instructions. It doesn’t mean that the succulent is ineffective. Your physician will prescribe other means to make the recovery quicker and easier.