burns

May 2, 2018
aloe

Aloe (Aloe barbadensis) Research

Latin Name: Aloe barbadensis Family: Lillaceae The leaves of an aloe plant contain a mucilaginous gel used topically to soothe burns and wounds, and can be taken internally to alleviate various digestive complaints such as constipation and irritable bowels.  Aloe is a laxative related to its aloin constituent.  It may also […]
May 15, 2018

Lavender (Lavandula angustifolium) Research

Latin Name: Lavandula angustifolium Family: Lamiaceae Lavender has been well researched for its calming action and ability to reduce insomnia.  It can also be applied topically to help with pain, inflammation, and itching, and has antimicrobial and insect repelling action. RESEARCH The listings of research below represent a compilation of […]
May 30, 2018

Aloe Slushy For Sun Burned Skin

Has being out in the Summer sun gotten you burned like an over cooked piece of toast?  Try this aloe slushy recipe to sooth the skin. By: Kathy Sadowski, MS in Aromatherapy, Registered Aromatherapist, LMT Aloe Slushy Ingredients ​3 Tablespoons of fresh aloe 3 Tablespoons of ice 3 Tablespoons of […]
July 2, 2018

Aloe

July 18, 2018

Rose

July 18, 2018

Rose (Rosa damascena) Research

Latin Name: Rosa damascena Family: Rosaceae A few dozen research articles were found on R. damascena.  Multiple human studies found the aroma to help reduce both anxiety, pain, and possibly migraine headache pain.  Additional studies attributed the intake of extracts with reduced menstrual pain.  A mouthwash with the extract may […]
December 29, 2018

Skin Burns

There are varying degrees of skin burns. Mild burns can be treated at home.  More severe burns require medical attention and can even be life threatening.  Below is some research. Recipes to Help with Burns   Blog Articles   RESEARCH The listings of research below represents a compilation of scientific […]