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Centella asiatica Gotu Kola is an aquatic plant native to Southeast Asia, South Africa and the South Pacific. It has been used for centuries in many Asian countries, particularly i…   Read More

 
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Aloe vera Aloe vera is one of about 400 species of aloe, a succulent plant grown in the Caribbean, South Africa and South America, and is a common houseplant in the United States an…   Read More

 
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Onion Onion is a root vegetable that has been grown worldwide for thousands of years primarily as a food source. More recently, onion has garnered attention for medicinal purpose…   Read More

 
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Robert McGee, scalped in 1864
photo by E.E. Henry, ca. 1890

What is a scar?

A scar is new tissue that replaces damaged tissue. Even a small cut will leave a scar that usually disappears quickly. Although scars are a completely normal part of a healing wound, they can be unattractive. Large scars can also cause pain or discomfort because scar tissue is not as flexible as normal skin and does not breathe properly. The severity of a scar depends on many factors: genetics, the location of the injury and, of course, the severity of the injury. Some scars require surgery to remove or at least reduce their presence. But for less severe injuries, herbal remedies and natural treatments can minimize scar tissue.

 

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