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 Can ACUPUNCTURE help the following diseases/disorders?
Hi all! :) I have the following conditions:

- ADHD (mainly the attention deficit part)
- asthma
- acid reflux/GERD
- meralgia paresthetica

I'm a big believer ...

 Vitiamins for skin?
What r the best vitamins for the skin....

 What is natural treatment for acid reflux?

 Alternative Cramp Cures????
I keep trying to do my math HW, but my cramps hurt so much! Pamprin makes me feel trippy and we don't have Midol or anything else. ='( Any alternative cures out there? It's appreciated....

 Smell...NO MATTER WHAT I DO!!!!???
I use certain dri, and don't sweat much, yet I still smell. I know I smell because of innocent comments such as "what smells in here" etc. I wouldn't go into details, but it DEFI...

what else gives u the same ...

 Is there a wonderful & natural formula to keep mosquitoes away? I don't like the products in the market.?

 What are some home remedies for relieving a headache?
I have both over the counter meds and percreption ones,. but i dont like filling my body with all kinds of ...

 Tums or Rolaids?
me Rolaids I don't like all the fruit flavors I like spearmint and mints in the ...

 Which deodorant (which I could buy in any shop) heps best to stop sever sweating?
Is it "Rexona" or "Fa" or "Dove" or anything else.........................???! And what kind of deodorant helps best : stick , spray or roll-on,.....?????????...

 Name an effective natural tranquilizer (for social nervousness, sweating)?
Thanks for your effort....

 Relaxation tips?

 How much weed should I eat to feel high?
I just ate some i wanna know if it was enough
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i didnt make this to be criticized,
answer the question ...

 What brand Vitamins would you recommend for someone who wants to start imroving their health?
I've recently started eating healthy foods and exercising. I would like to start taking vitamins but have no idea where to start?

I guess I need a good multi-vitamin?...

 Is it ok to take Acid if you have ADHD?
Im also on adderal. I wondering if there will be any serious side effects? I wont be taking the adderal on the day I do it.

Dont answer with "You shouldnt do it" "dont do it&...

 What is the best remedy to use to cure/stop a cold dead in it's tracks?
My father has come to visit for the first time in 5 years and on the first day that he is here, I feel stuffiness and congestion in my right sinus and as well on the right side of my hard palate. W...

 I need natural allergy help,I cant breathe and antihistamines only work for about an hour.?
I cant breathe. My head hurts .As I was driving my son to work I felt like I was drowning as my head filled with mucus.I have taken antihistamines and they only work for a very short period of time.I ...

 My friend has thrown up 16 tiems already since 3pm it is now 1am....she cant stop throwing up what do i do?
i told her to drink some liquids and get some dry salty food in her system

idk what to do im worried

she had about 1/2 of a water bottle of vodka earlier..i had the same amount ...

 Cure a hangover w/o alcohol?

 My one month old baby stays for two days without a bowel movement. Whats the remedy?

Can Vitamin E help scars and sores and help your skin heal?

The idea that applying vitamin E oil to scars can make them heal faster has been circulating for decades. The little research that has been done does not support this claim, though.

In one study, patients were followed carefully after skin cancer surgery (Dermatologic Surgery, Apr. 1999). A moisturizing ointment (Aquaphor) containing vitamin E was applied to part of the scar while plain Aquaphor was applied to the other part. Neither patients nor physicians knew which ointment contained the vitamin E.

The scars treated with vitamin E did not heal faster. In fact, many looked worse. One third of the patients actually developed contact dermatitis (red rash) in response to vitamin E.

Animal studies have shown that supplementing with vitamin E can decrease the formation of unwanted adhesions following a surgical wound. In addition, wound healing was more rapid in animals fed a vitamin E-rich diet than in those fed a standard diet.27 In another study, however, wound healing was inhibited by supplementation with a massive amount of vitamin E (equivalent to about 35,000 IU).28 This adverse effect of vitamin E was prevented by supplementation with vitamin A. Although the relevance of these studies to humans is not clear, many doctors recommend supplementing with both vitamins A and E in order to enhance wound healing and prevent adhesion formation. Typical amounts recommended are 25,000 IU of vitamin A per day and 400 IU of vitamin E per day, beginning two weeks prior to surgery and continuing for four weeks after surgery.

Topical application of vitamin E is sometimes recommended for preventing or treating post-injury scars, although only three controlled studies have been reported. Two of these trials found no effect on scar prevention after surgery,29 30 and one trial found vitamin E improved the effect of silicon bandages on large scars called keloids.31

Mad Roy
See Adelle Davis's book Let's Get Well. She felt it helped in certain situations. Also reference Dr Shutes Vitamin E for Ailing and Healthy Hearts.


Vitamin E help skin cell production so yes.

technical difficulties
a little but long term vitamin e will help with pms, heart function, liver function..

skin tonage along of course with a well balanced diet (food pyramid example)

age and getting some sun will help also.

OH and hydration!

I have used vit E on many scrapes/cuts. But what works even better is aloe vera gel. Be sure it's organic and does not contain fillers. Even better is plant form. If you have one growing just cut off a piece and use the "meat" directly on your cut.

Best of luck!


Why do you ask?
I have always heard that and I used it on my daughter when she burned her leg on a motorcycle. It helped keep the area from drying out and kept the scab on longer. She has a scar, but it is very faint.

Dhaxem Healer
Yes it can. But not always, only if the scars are not infected. Vitamin E supports the tissue repair, but it is not an antiseptic. If your scar is red and seems to be oozing, it would be good to take some zinc, as well. That kills bacteria.

When it comes to sores, these can have many different reasons, and you would have to describe them in quite a detail, in order for anyone to be able to advise on the possible suitability of vitamin E in relation to them.

Kind regards.


yes...vitamin E has helped me with scars and other skin problems...just open a capsule and rub it on...(comes in oil form in capsules)

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