Home Remedies Pox Marks

Home remedies have no side effects and can be easily obtained and used for treatment. damage takes decades to see and many people don’t notice the marks until later in life. Chicken pox lasts only a week or two, but the end to it can’t come soon enough.

Own words ("use quotation marks liberally"). • Have you tried store bought or home remedies? If yes, mumps, chicken pox, or any other childhood disease? • 5. Have you had any other significant diseases or allergies in the past?

Herbal remedies have been used to treat every illness known to man for longer than there marks, scars, asthma, cancer. Where Obtained. Home gardens. ALOE, ALOE VERA LATEX dyspepsia, chicken pox, diarrhea, fever, and rheumatism. Where Obtained. Herb store. TEA. Spanish Name: Té negro

Read the following passage carefully. (8 marks) It is a e.g. over the country highly medicinal plant leaves, flowers, bark (a) and oil been widely used as home remedies (b) right A paste neem leaves (g) is used the treatment chicken pox. (h) boiled can be used for washing skin

Identifying Marks: Home Address: _____ Home Address: _____ Home Phone Had Chicken Pox? Yes No Date: Meningococcal Meningitis (MCV4) Tuberculosis (TB) test Date:_____ NEG POS Prescribed Medication

Measles and chicken pox. An allergic reaction can cause hives, redness, and itching. Diabetes and thyroid disease can cause hair loss. cause stretch marks. Creams that claim to prevent stretch marks are of little value. Yet stretch marks often fade over time.

A1. Read the following passage carefully. (8 marks) It is a e.g. over the country highly medicinal plant leaves, flowers, bark (a) and oil been widely used as home remedies (b A paste neem leaves (g) is used the treatment chicken pox. (h) boiled can be used for washing skin

Or founded, as in a scratched insect bite (abrasions, scratch marks). Burrow of scabies – a person with scabies has intense itching. Grouped – herpes [can lead to fever], chicken pox. Zosterform or hepatoform – adjust and ultrasound effective. Iris – lyme ds [erythematous migrans