Benefits of Aloe Vera

March 17, 2016

Aloe-veraBenefits of Aloe Vera

There are over 250 species of Aloes in the world, mostly native to Africa.Because Aloe Vera plants are very succulent and consist of 95% water. They grow well outdoors in warm climates, in full sun, or light shade. The soil should be moderately fertile, and fast draining. They are like desert plants and do not need regular watering. Established plants will survive a drought quite well, so easy to grow.

9 Benefits Of Applying Aloe Vera Topically

  • Calms acne and eczema
  • Calms rashes, boils, and other skin afflictions
  • Soothes burns
  • Anti-itching for bug bites
  • Moisturizes skin
  • Reduces wrinkles
  • Heal wounds
  • Conditions hair as a shampoo and prevent hair loss
  • Can be used as a shaving gel

9 Benefits Of Taking Aloe Vera Internally

  • Improves the immune system
  • Stabilizes blood sugar
  • Prevents digestive disorders like bloating, constipation, IBS and colitis, and calms stomach disturbances
  • Reduces heartburn and indigestion
  • Reinforces the heart and improves the blood quality
  • Promotes healthy gums
  • Lowers arthritis inflammation
  • Promotes better functioning of the urinary tract
  • Boosts the production of white blood cells

qweffThere are hundreds of ways to use the aloe vera plant and the various gels and extracts that can be made from it. Researchers continue to discover new ways to put this natural super plant to use. So, if you are looking for an effective remedy or just a new houseplant, consider aloe vera.

10 hard facts about diabetes.

November 10, 2013

10 hard facts about diabetes.sugar

Diabetes is one of the most common diseases in the world, and sadly, there is no cure for this chronic and often deadly disease.

 1  Eating too much sugar does not cause diabetes

Eating too much sugar is unlikely to cause diabetes. A person develops diabetes due to a number of factors, such as:

Type 1 diabetes occurs when the pancreas completely stops making any insulin (a hormone that helps the body process glucose in foods for energy).

Type 2 diabetes is caused when the body doesn’t produce sufficient insulin and/or is unable to use insulin properly. This form of diabetes usually happens in people over 40 years of age, overweight, and has a history of diabetes in their family.

2 You cannot catch diabetes from someone else

You cannot catch diabetes from someone else like a cold or flu; it is not an infectious or contagious disease. Although scientists are not entirely sure what causes diabetes, there appears to be a genetic link with the disorder. This means that if diabetes runs in your family, you may have a higher chance of getting the disease.

3 Fat people do not always develop diabetes

Being overweight or obese does increase the risk of developing but it does not mean that an obese person will definitely become diabetic. And there are still many diabetics who were never overweight.

4 Diabetes can kill you

Diabetes is one of the top causes of death in Malaysia. A 2008 survey on the causes of deaths in Malaysia ranked diabetes fifth place in the top 10 causes of death in Malaysia.

5  Not only old people get diabetes

There is a growing number of children and teenagers who are developing type 2 diabetes. Experts suspect that this trend is linked to the increase in childhood obesity rates, poor diet, and lack of exercise.

6 Children cannot outgrow diabetes

Nearly all children who are diagnosed with diabetes have type 1, which is when the pancreas completely stops making any insulin. This deficiency is permanent and the ability for the body to produce insulin will never come back. Hence, children with type 1 diabetes will need to take insulin for the rest of their lives until a cure is found.

7  People with diabetes don’t need to eat special diabetic foods

Diabetics are recommended to follow a healthy diet, but it’s pretty much the same diet plan like anybody else. That means having a meal plan that consists of whole-grain foods, lean protein, vegetables, and fruit. A diet low in fat and moderate in both salt and sugar is also suggested. These so-called diabetic foods offer no special benefit, so it is best to give a pass on this rather costly label.

8 Diabetics can eat sweets or desserts

Being diabetic doesn’t mean that you have to completely cut out sweet things from your diet. As long as sweets and desserts are eaten in moderation and part of a healthy meal plan, diabetics can still enjoy their sweet treats. Being diabetic doesn’t mean that you have to completely cut out sweet things from your diet. As long as sweets and desserts are eaten in moderation and part of a healthy meal plan, diabetics can still enjoy their sweet treats from time to time. Diabetics should still cut down on sugar intake, but the key is to have a very small portion of sweet foods and save them for special occasions.

9 Taking insulin doesn’t mean that your diabetes is more severe

Taking insulin does not mean that your diabetes is more severe or that you have failed, rather, it actually helps you to manage your diabetes better which will help you lower your risk of potential complications. Diabetes change over time and people who start out with oral medication at first will most probably move on to insulin injections to provide better diabetes control.

10 Injecting insulin is not painful

Taking insulin injections should not hurt at all with practising good injection technique. Most insulin pen needles are also short and thin which help to minimise discomfort.


Surprising uses of common salt

October 16, 2013

Common Salt

Mankind has been using salt for many centuries, in the course of which we’ve amassed many uses for this amazing substance。


 Here are a few of the more practical uses for salt:

Pick up a dropped egg.

If an egg breaks on the kitchen floor, sprinkle salt on the mess and leave it there for 20 minutes. You will be able to wipe it right up.

Soothe a bee sting.

Wet the sting right away, then cover it with salt.

Eliminate a grease fire. 

Pour salt on top to smother it. (Never use water on a grease fire.)

Clean up oven spills.

If food boils over onto the oven floor, sprinkle salt on top to stop smoke and odor from forming. When the oven is cool, it will be easy to brush away the spot.

Set color.

If a dye may run, soak the garment for an hour in 1/2 gallon of water to which you have added 1/2 cup vinegar and 1/2 cup salt. If rinse water shows color, repeat. This is good for a single-colored fabric or madras. If the item is multicolored, dry-clean it.

Kill Poison Ivy

Add three pounds of salt to a gallon of soapy water. Spray it onto leaves and stems.

Make cream whip more easily and egg whites whip faster and higher.

Add a pinch of salt.

Test for rotten eggs.

Put an egg in a cup of water to which you add two teaspoons of salt. A fresh egg will sink, but one that’s rotten will float.

Clean the brown spots (from starch) off a nonstick sole plate (the bottom of your iron).

Sprinkle salt on a sheet of waxed paper, slide the iron across it, then rub lightly with silver polish.

Repel fleas.

Wash the doghouse with it.

Kill grass growing in cracks in the cement or between patio stones.

Sprinkle salt on the grass and pour very hot water over it. Or sprinkle coarse salt on the grass, let stand all day or overnight, then pour hot tap water over it.

Clean a glass coffee pot.

Fill it with 1/4 cup of table salt and a dozen ice cubes. Swish the mixture around, let it sit for half an hour, fill it with cold water and rinse.

Halt the mountain of suds from an overflowing washing machine.

Sprinkle salt on the top.

Clean artificial flowers.

Put them in a bag of salt and shake the bag. Take a look at the color of the salt and you will see what you have accomplished.

Keep windows frost-free.

Dip a sponge into salt water and rub it on windows, and they won’t frost up even when the mercury dips below 32 degrees; for the same effect on your car’s windshield, put salt in a little bag made of cheesecloth, moisten it slightly and rub it on.

Clean tarnished copper.

Fill a 16-ounce spray bottle with hot white vinegar and three tablespoons of salt. Spray it onto the copper, let it sit briefly, then rub clean.

(Do not do this to lacquered copper.)

Keep radishes safe in the garden.

Salt worms (cutworms) will be repelled if you sprinkle seeds with table salt, then cover with dirt.

Clean coffee and tea stains from china cups.

Rub them with salt.

Keep potatoes and apples from turning brown once they are sliced.

Put them in salted cold water.

Clean a cutting board.

Cover it with bleach and salt, scrub it with a stiff brush, then rinse with very hot water and wipe with a clean cloth. Repeat with each use.

Vacuum clearner

Harmful effects of Alcohol

May 25, 2012


August 15, 2011

In general the way to get crucial vitamins and minerals is through healthy foods, so for a completely well-nourished person, supplements may be a waste of money. But for people over age 50, even the best diet may not provide enough of some important nutrients.

Use this information to explore details about the Vitamins, Minerals and Supplements that are most important and especially as you grow older for people over 50.

Supplements may cause side effects. If you have certain diseases, such as cancer or diabetes, your body may have special nutritional needs. Be sure to talk to your doctor about the vitamins and supplements you take.


1.1 Vitamin A 
1.2 Vitamin B1 (thiamin)
1.3 Vitamin B2 (riboflavin)
1.4 Vitamin B3 (niacin)
1.5 Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine)
1.6 Vitamin B12
1.7 Vitamin C
1.8 Vitamin D
1.9 Vitamin E
1.10 Folic acid
1.11 Vitamin K
2.1 Calcium
2.2 Chromium

2.4 IRON

2.5 Magnesium
2.6 Potassium
2.7 Selenium
2.8 Zinc


3.1 Omega-3 fatty acids 
3.2 Echinacea
3.3 Ginkgo

3.4 Ginseng

Vitamin A

How much?
Men: 900 mcg
Women: 700 mcg

Why you need it: 

Promotes good vision; helps keep immune system healthy.

Good to know: 

In supplements, look for vitamin A as beta carotene, not as retinol or retinoic acid, which increases the risk of bone fracture.

Food sources: 

Dairy products, fish, darkly colored fruits and vegetables.

Vitamin B1 (thiamin)

How much?
Men: 1.2 mg
Women: 1.1 mg
Why you need it: 
Necessary for healthy nerve and brain cells; helps convert food to energy.
Good to know: 
Antacids and some diuretics may lower thiamin levels by decreasing absorption and increasing urinary secretion.

Food sources: 
Liver, whole grains, enriched breads and cereals.

Vitamin B2 (riboflavin)

How much?
Men: 1.3 mg
Women: 1.1 mg
Why you need it: 
Important for red blood cell production; helps convert food to energy.
Good to know: 
Older men and women may be especially susceptible to riboflavin deficiency, which can cause cracking or sores at the corners of the mouth, skin irritation or weakness.
Food sources: 
milk, eggs, fortified bread products and cereals.

Vitamin B3 (niacin) 
How much?

Men: 16 mg
Women: 14 mg 
Why you need it: 

Necessary for proper functioning of the digestive system, skin and nerves; helps convert food to energy.
Good to know: 
Can cause skin flushing; may be prescribed to treat high cholesterol but should be used only under a doctor’s care because of potentially severe side effects.

Food sources:
Meat, fish, poultry, eggs.

Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) 

How much?
Men: 1.7 mg
Women: 1.5 mg
Why you need it: Aids in the formation of red blood cells; strengthens the immune system.
Good to know: Too high doses of supplements may cause nerve damage, numbness and trouble walking.

Food sources: Beans, nuts, eggs, whole grains.

Vitamin B12

How much?
Men and women: 2.4 mcg

Why you need it: Essential for keeping nerves and red blood cells healthy.

Good to know: As many as a third of people over 50 do not absorb enough B12 from diet alone; inadequate absorption may lead to neurological and balance problems.

Food sources: Fish, shellfish, meat, dairy products.

Vitamin C
How much?

Men: 90 mg
Women: 75 mg
(Smokers should add an extra 35 mg)

Why you need it: 
Important for wound healing; boosts immune system; required for growth and repair of tissues in all parts of body.
Good to know: 
No studies confirm vitamin C prevents colds although it may shorten the length of a cold; excessive amounts may lead to upset stomach and diarrhea.
Food sources: 
Citrus fruits, tomatoes, kiwi, strawberries.

Vitamin D
How much?

Ages 51-70: 400 IU (10 mcg)
Age 71+: 600 IU (15 mcg)
Why you need it: Helps the body absorb calcium; may protect against heart disease, cancer, diabetes and several autoimmune diseases.
Good to know: The current recommendation is under review and may soon increase substantially. See also “D to the Rescue.”
Food sources: Sun exposure provides the body’s main supply of vitamin D; fatty fish, fortified milk and juices also contribute.

Vitamin E
How much?

Men and women: 15 mg
Why you need it: 
Helps protect cells from damage; may reduce the risk of developing cancer, heart disease and other chronic diseases, but further research is needed.

Good to know: 
If you take a blood thinner, talk to your doctor before taking supplements; vitamin E increases bleeding risk.
Food sources: 
Vegetable oils, nuts, fruits, vegetables.

Folic acid

How much?
Men and women: 
400 mcg

Why you need it: 
This B vitamin helps form red blood cells and produce DNA.

Good to know: 
High levels may mask vitamin B12 deficiency, especially in older adults. Recent research, suggests that for women, folic acid along with vitamins B6 and B12 may reduce the risk of developing age-related macular degeneration.

Food sources: 
Enriched cereals, whole-grain breads, dark, leafy vegetables.

Vitamin K

How much?
Men: 120 mcg
Women: 90 mcg

Why you need it: Helps blood clot properly and helps maintain strong bones in older men and women.

Good to know: Can dilute the effect of blood thinners, so talk to your doctor if you take Coumadin (warfarin) or other blood thinners.

Food sources: Plant oils, green vegetables, cabbage, cauliflower.



How much?
Men and women: 1200 mg

Why you need it: Helps form and maintain healthy teeth and bones; needed for normal heartbeat; helps with blood clotting.

Good to know: The body needs vitamin D to help absorb calcium, so if you use calcium supplements choose one that contains D. Recent studies have linked calcium pills to increased risk of heart attack.

Food sources: Dairy products, green leafy vegetables, bok choy, calcium-fortified orange juice.


How much?
Men: 30 mcg
Women: 20 mcg

Why you need it: Helps maintain normal blood sugar levels.

Good to know: There has been interest in treating high glucose levels and type 2 diabetes with supplemental chromium, but research to date is inconclusive.

Food sources: Meat, chicken, broccoli, apples, fish, grape juice.


How much?
Men and women: 150 mcg

Why you need it: 
Necessary for normal thyroid function; prevents goiter, a swelling of the thyroid gland.

Good to know: 
Deficiency occurs more often in women than men; when buying salt, choose one labeled “iodized.”

Food sources: Seafood, iodized salt.

How much?

Men and women: 8 mg
Why you need it: 
Essential for healthy red blood cells.
Good to know: 
Men and women over 50 generally should not take a mutivitamin containing iron unless they have been diagnosed with iron deficiency.
Food sources: 
Meat, eggs, fortified bread and grain products.

How much?
Men: 420 mg
Women: 320 mg
Why you need it:
Supports a healthy immune system; helps keep bones strong; regulates heart rhythm.
Good to know: Magnesium-rich foods may help protect against the development of type 2 diabetes; may also decrease the risk of high blood pressure in women.
Food sources: Whole grains, nuts, green vegetables.

How much?

Men and women: 4700 mg

Why you need it: 
Crucial for heart, kidney, muscle, nerve function; important in controlling blood pressure; works with sodium to maintain the body’s water balance.

Good to know: 
With age, kidneys become less able to remove potassium from blood, so speak with your doctor before taking supplements. A diet rich in fruits and vegetables generally provides sufficient potassium.

Food sources: 
Cantaloupe, bananas, yogurt, leafy green vegetables and sweet potatoes.


How much?
Men and women: 55 mcg

Why you need it: 

Helps make special proteins that play a role in preventing cell damage.

Good to know: 

May reduce the risk of certain cancers, including lung, colorectal and prostate, although not all studies have found this effect.

Food sources: 

Red meat, fish, chicken, vegetables.

How much?

Men: 11 mg
Women: 8 mg
Why you need it: 
Aids in wound healing; keeps sense of smell and taste sharp.

Good to know: 
Many people take zinc to ease the miseries of a common cold, but its effect is controversial; some studies suggest zinc can speed recovery, others conclude it doesn’t work. Some studies show that taking a combination of antioxidants and zinc reduces the risk of advanced age-related macular degeneration.

Food sources: 
Fortified cereals, red meat, eggs, seafood.


Omega-3 fatty acids
What does it do: 

Important for blood clotting, cell division, relaxation and contraction of muscles.
Good to know: 
The omega-3 fatty acids plentiful in fatty fish and fish oil supplements have built a powerful reputation for reducing the risk of a second heart attack. Studies on fish oil and memory have had mixed results. May interact with blood thinners.

What does it do: 
This native American plant may reduce the duration of a cold.

Good to know: 
Study results are mixed about whether it can prevent colds and other infections.


What does it do: 
Derived from the oldest living tree species, ginkgo extract improves walking in people with certain circulatory problems that affect the legs.

Good to know: 
Research on ginkgo’s effect on Alzheimer’s and memory loss has been disappointing. Ginkgo can increase bleeding risk, so talk to your doctor if you take blood thinners or have surgery scheduled.

What does it do: 

The root of this plant appears to benefit people with heart disorders. It may also lower blood glucose levels in people with type 2 diabetes.
Good to know: 
People with diabetes should use caution with ginseng, especially if they are taking medication to lower blood glucose.

Lose Weight Easily in Just Seven Days

April 21, 2011

A Simple Diet Program

to Lose Weight Easily

in Just Seven Days

Weight loss is one of the top-most concerns of many individuals. Ever changing modern work style does not leave us with enough time and opportunities to take care of ourselves and our body. The weight loss program or the free diet plan that I will share with you in this post consists of a seven day diet regime aiming to reduce your weight by 3-4 Kgs a week, consider it a rapid weight loss diet. This could be very helpful for bloggers, Internet addicts and IT professionals who spent lot of time working on their computers without burning any calories off their body. Anyone can follow this free diet program as it doesn’t aim at quick weight loss. Losing up-to 3-4 Kgs of weight a week is healthy weight loss. If you have been considering various weight loss solutions such as weight loss surgery, I recommend that you try this weight loss diet first and then only look at any other solution if it doesn’t work.

Please note the following points before you take up this weight loss diet regime

  • If you are not comfortable, you can discontinue the diet program on any day.

  • You must drink at least 7 glasses of water everyday unless specifically mentioned to drink more in the regime below.

  • Continue this program till you lose extra weight. Once you attain proper weight, you may either continue or discontinue the diet regime and follow it whenever you need to.

  • This is one of the top 10 diet plans if you are aiming at gradual and healthy weight loss.

  • This is a low carbohydrate diet plan. If you are suffering from any illness and require high carbohydrate diet, consult your doctor before you follow this weight loss plan.

  • Dont blame me if you dont lose enough weight. Just continue the regime for another 7 days.

Seven Day Diet Regime at Targeting a weight loss of up to 4 Kgs a week

Day 1 [Fruits]

On day one of your diet regime will start with all fruits diet.

You may eat fruits of your choice and in any quantity.

There is no limit.

Eat till your stomach is full.

In case you don’t find fruits in nearby stores,

you can substitute it with packaged fruit juices

but avoid fruit juices that have preservatives in it,

 they don’t really do any good in this case.

 On day one, you must eat fruits ONLY and

don’t forget to drink at least 7 glasses of water.

Note: The only fruit that will not be on your plate is Banana.

Every other fruit is ok except banana.

 Don’t limit it to just one fruit, have as many different fruits you can.

Day 2 [Vegetables]

 This is all vegetables day.

If you prefer, you may have raw or/and cooked vegetables.

Eat as much as you want to, no quantity restrictions.

If you want to cook the vegetables,

you may do so but avoid using oil while you cook.

7 glasses of water today also.

Day 3 [Fruits and Vegetables]

 On day three, you will eat a mixture of fruits and vegetables.

No quantity restrictions, eat till you fill your stomach.

Also, eat one banana today, just one!

Day 4 [Vegetables, Bananas and Milk]

Today you will eat 6 bananas,

3 glasses of milk and small quantity of vegetables.

In the morning,

your breakfast will start with 2 bananas and one big glass of milk.

You will follow this in the afternoon for your lunch.

In the evening eat 2 bananas, eat vegetables and drink one glass of milk.

Day 5 [Rice and tomatoes]

Today you will have one cup of rice,

six full tomatoes (medium size) and

 since you are having lots of tomatoes,

 drink 10 glasses of water today.

Day 6 [Rice and Vegetables]

One cup of rice and raw/cooked vegetables of your choice.

It’s recommended that you eat rice in the morning

and for rest of the day, eat vegetables.

Day 7 [Fruits, Vegetables and Rice]

On day seven, eat fruits, vegetables and 1 cup of rice.

You may substitute fruits and vegetables with juices as well,

but that is to avoid.

This diet regime works well by burning more fat

than accumulating it and

since it avoids all sorts of food items that

eventually gets converted to fat to

 become a part of your body,

the weight loss is faster and harmless.

Facts about Margarine

April 11, 2011

This is interesting . .. .


was originally manufactured to fatten turkeys. When it killed the turkeys, the people who had put all the money into the research wanted a payback so they put their heads together to figure out what to do with this product to get their money back.

It was a white substance with no food appeal so they added the yellow colouring and sold it to people to use in place of butter.

How do you like it?

They have come out with some clever new flavourings….


The difference between margarine and butter?

Read on to the end…gets very interesting!

Both have the same amount of calories.

Butter is slightly higher in saturated fats at

8 grams; compared to
5 grams for margarine.

Eating margarine can increase heart disease in women by 53% over eating the same amount of butter, according to a recent Harvard Medical Study.

Eating butter increases the absorption of many other nutrients in other foods..

Butter has many nutritional benefits where margarinehas a few and only because they are added!

Butter tastes much better than margarine and it can enhance the flavours of other foods.

Butter has been around for centuries where margarine has been around for less than 100 years.

And now, for Margarine..

Very High in Trans fatty acids.

Triples risk of coronary heart disease

Increases total cholesterol and LDL (this is the bad cholesteroland lowers HDL cholesterol, (the good cholesterol)

Increases the risk of cancers up to five times..

Lowers quality of breast milk.

Decreases immune response.

Decreases insulinresponse.

And here’s the most disturbing fact….


Margarine is but ONE MOLECULEaway from being PLASTIC…. and shares 27 ingredients with PAINT

These facts alone were enough to have me avoiding margarine for life and anything else that is hydrogenated (this means hydrogen is added, changing the molecular structure of the substance).

You can try this yourself:

Purchase a tub of margarine and leave it open in your garage or shaded area. Within a couple of days you will notice a couple of things:

* no flies, not even those pesky fruit flies will go near it (that should tell you something)

* it does not rot or smell differently because it has no nutritional value ; nothing will grow on it. Even those teeny weeny microorganisms will not a find a home to grow..


Because it is nearly plasticWould you melt your Tupperware and spread that on your toast?

Share This With Your Friends…..

(If you want to butter them up’)!

Chinese Proverb:

When someone shares something of value with you and you benefit from it, you have a moral obligation to share it with others.


Another treatment for burns.

April 4, 2011

Once I was cooking some corn and stuck my fork in the boiling
water to see if the corn was ready. I missed and my hand went
into the boiling water….

A friend of mine, who was a Vietnam vet, came into the house, just
as I was screaming, and asked me if I had some plain old flour…I
pulled out a bag and he stuck my hand in it. He said to keep my hand
in the flour for 10 mins. which I did. He said that in Vietnam, this guy
was on fire and in their panic, they threw a bag of flour all over him to
put the fire out…well, it not only put the flour out, but he never even had
a blister!!!!

SOOOO, long story short, I put my hand in the bag of flour for 10 mins,
pulled it out and had not even a red mark or a blister and absolutley NO
PAIN. Now, I keep a bag of flour in the fridge and every time I burn myself,
I use the flour and never ONCE have I ever had a red spot, a burn or a blister!
*cold flour feels even better than room temperature flour.

Miracle, if you ask me. Keep a bag of white flour in your fridge and you will be
happy you did. I even burnt my tongue and put the flour on it for about 10 mins.
and the pain was gone and no burn. Try it! BTW, don’t run your burn area under
Cold water first, just put it right into the flour for 10 mins and experience a miracle!

Because I care

April 4, 2011


Answer the phone by LEFT ear 



Do not drink coffee TWICE a day


Do not take pills with COOL water


Do not have HUGE meals after 5pm


Reduce the amount of TEA you consume


Reduce the amount of OILY food you consume


Drink more WATER in the morning, less at night


Keep your distance from hand phone CHARGERS


Do not use headphones/earphone for LONG period of time


Best sleeping time is from 10pm at night to 6am in the morning


Do not lie down immediately after taking medicine before sleeping


When battery is down to the LAST grid/bar, do not answer the phone as the radiation is 1000 times


Forward this to those whom you CARE about

Treating burns with egg white

March 29, 2011

The other benefits of egg white

One hopes never to be needing it, but just in case:… 
A simple but effective  way to treat burns with the help of egg white.
This method is used in the training of firemen.
When sustaining a burn, regardless the degree, the first aid is always placing the injured part under running cold water till the heat subsides.
And next spread the egg white over the injury.
Someone burned a large part of her hand with boiling water. Despite the pain she held her hand under running water, then took two eggs, parted the yolk from the egg white and slightly beat the egg white and put her hand in it. Her hand was so badly burned that the egg white dried and formed a white film. Later she heard that the egg is a natural collagen.
And during the next hour layer upon layer, she administered a white layer on her hand.  That afternoon she didn’t feel any more pain and the next day there hardly was a red mark to see. She thought she would have an awful scar but to her astonishment after ten days there was no sign of the burn, the skin had it’s normal colour again!
The burned area had been totally regenerated thanks to the collagen, in reality a placenta full of vitamins.
This advice can be useful for everyone.
Circulate it!