The gelatinous substance inside the stalks is an emollient, a cellproliferant, purgative, and vulnerary. Historically used as a for burns, scalds, internal and external ulcers, boils, , kidney ailments, psoriasis, bad complexion and other skin problems, wounds, ringworm, and insect bites. Note: When a piece of the leaf stalk is broken off, the part not used will seal off and Keep for several weeks. When planting in a pot use a sandy loam soil, indoors, keep repotting it to allow growth. Water when transplanted, wait 3-4 weeks, then once a week. Do not fertilize or over water.
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