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Vegetable homeopathic remedy: Onion and Aloe

  1. One of the alternative medicine that is widely used is homeopathic. In homeopathy, ailments are treated with natural products. It is believed that substances that make a healthy person ill can also make sick people better. This reasoning was invented by Hippocrates and is known as the law of equal.

Allium Cepa.

  1. Allium Cepa, general information The most commonly used name for the Allium Cepa is onion. The onion originates from the Northern Hemisphere and has been grown in the Middle East for centuries. Today the vegetable is grown worldwide. Onions have long been used as an external medicine in people suffering from atritis, infections and winter feet. It is internally used for a long time in inflammation of the stomach and bronchitis. Furthermore, it was used to purify blood from evil juices.

Appearance of the allium cepa

  1. An onion is a bulbous plant related to garlic, chives and leeks. Bulbous plants are high in sugar and store nutrients in themselves in the winter so that they can bloom in the spring. Onions come in many shapes and colors. The plant usually has a spherical shape. Green stems usually protrude from the spherical shape. When an onion is cut open, it consists of several layers. These layers are called skirts. Between the skirts are layers that ensure that the onion does not release certain substances as quickly. Substances that make people tear eyes, for example.

Allium Cepa in homeopathy

  1. The ancient Greeks already frequently used the onion because they knew the laxative and diuretic effect of the vegetable. In the Middle Ages it was believed that the smell of onions was effective against infections. That is why many people tied bunches of onions to their homes. From 1847 onions can be found in homeopathy. Doctor Constantine Hering did research after it in that year.

Aloe

  1. Aloe, general information The Dutch name of the aloe is aloe. The plant is mainly found in southern Africa and prefers to grow in fertile soil. Preferably on sandy soils, which are well-drained and get a lot of sunlight. There are around 400 different types of aloe. Aloe used to be used as a laxative. Between 1979 and 1995 it was discovered that aloe has a strengthening effect on the immune system and can serve as an aid against cancer and irritable bowel syndrome. Today, aloe is widely used in lotions. In Asia, the juice of the plant is also used in some soft drinks. Today there are many people who have aloe as an ornamental plant in their home.

Appearance of the aloe

  1. The aloe is a stiff, rough plant with thick, fleshy leaves. The leaves are spear-shaped and often have sharp points. All leaves together form a rosette. The leaves contain a clear, thick juice that is used in homeopathy.

Aloe in homeopathy

  1. The ancient Greeks and Romans were already aware of two medicinal properties of the aloe. She used the plant as a laxative and rubbed the juice on their skin to care for it. Today, the plant is mainly found in skin lotion, but nevertheless it is also used in medicine. Two doctors did tests with aloe. In 1821 this was Buchner and in 1833 the homeopath Dr. Helbig.

  2. The ancient Greeks and Romans were already aware of two medicinal properties of the aloe. She used the plant as a laxative and rubbed the juice into their skin to care for it. Nowadays the plant is mainly found in skin lotion, but nevertheless it is also used in medicine. Two doctors did tests with aloe. In 1821 this was Buchner and in 1833 the homeopath Dr. Helbig.



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